36 Burst results for "Inter"

Fresh update on "inter" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

00:41 sec | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "inter" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

"Chelsea The top four teams atop the Premier League table all in action as table center Chelsea gets past Watford two to one second place Manchester City knots off Aston Villa two to one third place Liverpool dominates Everton four to one with Mohamed Salah scoring a brace while fourth place West Ham United allows a brightening of Albion goal in the 89th minute ten to the one I'll draw Looking elsewhere lesser city in Southampton Plato tow I'll draw a 6th place Wolverhampton and Burnley end in a scoreless straw In La Liga league leader Real Madrid beating athletic oval one nil while in Syria table said an athlete plays us well to a two all draw Inter Milan shuts at spezia two nil A.C. Milan with a shutout three no one over Genoa while Roma falls to Bologna one nil Major League Baseball league is facing its.

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Dr. Harvey Risch: Drugs Politicized by Media Could've Saved 80-85% of COVID Patients

Mark Levin

01:43 min | Last month

Dr. Harvey Risch: Drugs Politicized by Media Could've Saved 80-85% of COVID Patients

"Doctor Fauci's almost 81 years old That's enough already He should be out of office He's not irreplaceable Fact is easily replaceable He's made some lousy decisions I had on my Fox program last night as many of you know Doctor Harvey rich Whose world renown He's a immunologist from Yale And he said all these drugs That they politicize Hydroxychloroquine and on and on and on he listed any thought He said that could have saved 80 to 85% of the people who died if we had aggressively given it to people early on Is that not shocking And these drugs they're not toxic drugs they've been around for decades The inter mice and the inventor of that got a Nobel Prize for medicine And so seen in mocks it as you know that Joe Rogan's situation as a horse dress It's not a horse drag It's a human drug Sometimes they have multiple benefits for horses It's like gabapentin gabapentin is a human drug but sometimes you give it the dogs and other animals because it has a positive effect in terms of relaxing muscles and so forth So what That make it a dog drug Or the other one a horse drug No you only do those things If you're fraudulent phony reporters pushing an agenda who basically burp up and spew whatever the government tells you to burp up and spew as long as the government's in the hands of a

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Mark Milley Tries to Defend Call to Chinese at End of Trump Presidency

The Dan Bongino Show

02:13 min | 2 months ago

Mark Milley Tries to Defend Call to Chinese at End of Trump Presidency

"I want you to listen to this This is general Millie with the joint chief chairman again With one of the worst word salads I've ever seen in my life trying to explain away why he took it upon himself to call the Chinese Communist Party one of the military leaders over there and tell them that he would warn them about a potential nuclear strike This is clearly bordering on the lines of treason and yet merely explains it away by saying don't worry about it man This is critical to the security of the United States What A coup A military coup He's not the commander of chief I command their chief folks Mark melly He is nowhere in the decision making chain to decide to launch a new nuclear strike Is everybody understand that He just took this power upon himself And president Trump and the acting secretary at the time Miller have Trump's acting secretary I've already disputed Millie's account Here's Millie trying to explain this thing away Pretending like he was the calm study hand This guy sounds to me like he's trying to write his own autobiography right now and trying to sell advance copies Check this out With respect to the Chinese calls I routinely communicated with my counterpart general Lee with the knowledge and coordination of civilian oversight I am specifically directed to communicate with the Chinese by Department of Defense guidance The policy dialog system These military to military communications at the highest level are critical to the security of the United States in order to deconflict military actions manage crisis and present prevent war between great powers that are armed with the world's most deadliest weapons The calls on 30 October and 8 January were coordinated before and after with secretary Esper and acting secretary Miller staffs and the inter agency The specific purpose of the October and January calls were generated by concerning intelligence which caused us to believe the Chinese were worried about an attack on them by the United States I know I am certain that president Trump did not intend to attack the Chinese and it was my directed responsibility by the secretary to convey that intent to the Chinese

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A Knee or Hip ‘Replacement’ Without Surgery? It’s on the Horizon

Ben Greenfield Fitness

01:39 min | 2 months ago

A Knee or Hip ‘Replacement’ Without Surgery? It’s on the Horizon

"Protocols coming out in regenerative medicine that that kind of restore and re-grow articulate cartilage which that that layer of connective tissue that covers the end of our bones and allows joints to maneuver in in the past. You know we'd have to get that type of thing resurfaced or get a knee joint replacement which lot times a young person like me. Who's young been pushing. My body really hard for the past twenty years. The idea of getting a joint replacement is not that that Exciting of a prospect especially considering those those joint replacements don't don't last for real long time. This article got into everything from like brand new experimental drugs like one called spree. Fairmont which stimulates cartilage cells. These little carla shells called contra sites to grow it gets into another injectable. Drug called the laura civil servant and that inhibits the proteins that caused like carlucci generation than develop the development of of arthritis. And then it also gets into these really cool procedures like Like an inter office procedure. Where you'd actually take bone marrow out of a patient's say hip and then what you do is you would go in with a with a needle like digital ultrasound. Guided imaging and drill little holes in the in the surface where you see cartilage generation kind of like in the same way you would fertilize lawn and then you just fill all those little holes with the bone marrow and the bone marrow stimulates the new cartilage to grow in a similar ways. You would get if you were literally just like repair. All the cartilage almost like a surgical glue like a surgical cartilage glue

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What is Self-Determination With Richard Ryan

The Psychology Podcast

01:52 min | 2 months ago

What is Self-Determination With Richard Ryan

"Conceptualization of self-determination. What is it you know before we get to the nuts and bolts of the needs in and the nuances of the theory quizzes. Talk about self determination for. Because i think that's an interesting in of itself of what does that mean among humans. What are we determining. Didn't some other terms like self-regulation self-determination is when you know what you're doing is something that you feel you're regulating and in other words that you're also a behavior that you stand behind or self endorse this is why it aligns with phenomenal logical view of self determination because when you act with self-determination. You're acting roy where you're willing to do it. And you do it volition lee and therefore you can be wholeheartedly engaged in what. You're up to in in kind of that. That briefest form self-determination is true volition true volition so there's a lot of things that can arise that can pull me away from a or even for me into thinking. I'm volition when i when i really don't. I'm fascinated with the phenomenon of colts. You know and i'm fascinated with the phenomenon of mind control So i guess you can have external coercion and you can have. You can have internal coercion. You know people with. Ocd people with lots of things a lot of competing you know. Psychopathology and things. That are their inner Taking them away from your higher self. So so i think that. And you're right you're right scott. Which is that. It's not parallel to the distinction between internal and external because you can have had her automous forces that are with it. you can have your own interjection. Have your own internalized. Stigma pressures biopsies that. Actually take you away from self determination. Tommy so the threats to autonomy are not just extra inter.

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Romeo Beckham, 19, Has Signed His First Professional Football Contract

ESPN FC

01:13 min | 3 months ago

Romeo Beckham, 19, Has Signed His First Professional Football Contract

"Romeo beckham signs not mls but with fort lauderdale cf of of course the affiliate team of inter miami herk Why is this ugly. Beckham's of very handsome man assisted ugly. Look my man. This is the first you hire your best mate. David beckham until novel. The coach injure miami no nepotism there. Now you're gonna place your son. Nineteen year old rahmael beckham. By the way where did he last play where his credentials. What's his soccer resume. Can we anybody wanted to google search on that. This is an ugly look. you know. It's one after the other for inter miami. This is this man's personal playground. It's not a good look. Yeah and it's definitely not the way you would start a professional soccer career right. Like david beckham with all of his access and connections if he was trying to launch his son soccer career. He wouldn't do it at fort lauderdale. The seems like something that they want to do as a family. And they're going to do because they have the access to it but if you wanted to really launch a true professional soccer career would you do it in in a major league soccer. Ussl beat one. Not you'd have your son overseas where there's a ton of pro jobs and a ton of pro

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Pakistan's powerful intel chief arrives in Kabul

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

Pakistan's powerful intel chief arrives in Kabul

"To Pakistan officials on officially say the nation's powerful intelligence chief who's made a surprise visit to the Afghan capital Kabul it wasn't immediately clear what general far as Hamid had to say to the Taliban leadership but the Pakistani intelligence service has perhaps the greatest outside influence over the Taliban the militant group had its headquarters in Pakistan and will often said to be indirect contact with the powerful inter services intelligence agency although Pakistan routinely denies giving the Taliban military aid the accusation was often made by the Afghan government and Washington I'm Charles Taylor this month

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Creating True Momentum for Your Business

Purposeful Social Selling

01:50 min | 3 months ago

Creating True Momentum for Your Business

"When you are fostering the belief that the pandemic created your results. That is why you feel helpless right. Now that is why. If you're noticing a slight like less recruits coming to your team in the last six months it might be because your team was holding the belief that we can only sell this or we saw all this growth only because of a pandemic instead of believing. We saw this growth on our team. And i'm gonna explain to you. What creates momentum because when you believe kovin created the result that's where you are still believing that momentum happens to you instead of it being something you create and when you believe it happens to you it you lose all of your power you lose your problem solving and it becomes a waiting game. You become kind of helpless and you keep waiting for momentum to happen instead of taking the actions that actually create momentum so what happened was is wasn't actually the pandemic that created momentum inter-business. Can we all agree on this please. Because the moment you keep believing that you're giving all your power away and your team's gonna feel helpless because they're now thinking i don't know how to sell. I don't know how to talk to people about this business if we're not in a pandemic only because they were selling an emergency kit instead of a lifestyle kit instead of an upgrade to their life so you have to switch your brain with how you are selling this business model if you were selling merging emergency kit. We're going to stop that. And now you're going to sell an upgrade to a better lifestyle working from home being your own boss. Flexible hours flexible. Income parents being home options choices. People still want that that has not gone away

Healing the Mother Wound with Author & Soul Guide Kerri Hummingbird

Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

02:36 min | 3 months ago

Healing the Mother Wound with Author & Soul Guide Kerri Hummingbird

"The heck do you mean by. The mother wound cats such a good question. It's provocative isn't it. It's something deep a some recognition like. There's something there it's it's in everything and it really has to do with our at the biggest sense our connection with the divine whether we feel separate alone scared not cared for not loved on worthy or whether we feel that we are part of all that is that we are inter cally intricately connected to everything that is in life and this is a really divine feminine awakening a remembrance of who we really are. And we've been living in the ego mind you know we've been living in the masculine aspects of ourselves and we've been living in A patriarchy yoga because everything is like. It's like fractionals of the same pattern. So you know the patriarchy that's been on in the planet in our Cultures for the last thousands of years is a mirror of the patriarchy inside of ourselves with our minding control of everything dominating our emotions and dominating our bodies and dominating dominating dominating right yeah and you know sort of Belittling the feminine and disempowering it and kind of talk making. It seem like it's crazy like or unwanted or unseen or and it's also the taming of the planet right. It's the taming of the wild and building concrete jungles. You could see how it's like in everything and it certainly is in your relationship with your own biological mother and the mother that you created inside your consciousness that lives inside you you know. Yeah you know it's interesting when you were talking. It's it's sort of struck me that i think i. I actually interpreted this more from an ego standpoint. Because i'm thinking healing. The mother wound a wound that mother inflicted upon me. But it sounds like it's more like the mother has been wounded because of this patriarchal thinking am i right or or not anything. It's

Christmas Supply Shortages Are Already a Concern in Britain

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 3 months ago

Christmas Supply Shortages Are Already a Concern in Britain

"It's only August but in Britain there are already worries about Christmas hauling company owner Steve Bowles says the corona virus is going to make the holiday more costly it's going to affect food is going to get clothing is going to be it's always everything you mention Christmas trees cost for bringing a container of Christmas goods from China are up seven hundred percent since last year Turkey farmer Paul Kelly says Turkey's may be hard to find for Christmas because the president up maybe that because companies the Turkey farms of made the decision they're not gonna be able to pluck them and process them toys may be hard to find to retailer Max seven says it will be true for inter active toys will have microchips might respond to your voice or touch show things that not some of those big hitting Christmas toys that kids are often might might have some supply issues many businesses are having trouble recruiting workers offering more money meaning they have to raise prices I met Donahue

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What is Humility?

Tara Brach

01:26 min | 3 months ago

What is Humility?

"So humility. You know the word hummus humility and humble come from it can be understood as close to the ground that kind of feeling of the essential common ground or equality with all expressions of life and we all have the same conditioning we all have the same basic aliveness and spiritual humility is in no way a kind of debasement and it's not a kind of false modesty. My angelo writes this. She says it's important that we learn humility. She says modesty is a learned effect affectation. It's no good humility is great because humility says there was someone before me. I'm following in someone's footsteps. They'll be others after us. We belong to each other. Were inter influencing each other all the time. Humility gets it. Were part of something larger. So it's not a debasement there's an honoring of our particular talents and there's a recognition of our limitations and are the places that we get that were really conditioned reactive but those are like ripples or waves on the ocean we know the depth of what we really

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Nancy Pelosi, Senate And Congress discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 3 months ago

Nancy Pelosi, Senate And Congress discussed on AP News Radio

"A group of moderate Democrats in the house are demanding quick passage of the infrastructure build it's made it through the Senate nine democratic members of Congress regarded as centrists have sent house speaker Nancy Pelosi a letter threatening to scuttle of fiscal blueprint outlining three point five trillion dollars in spending on social programs and the environment unless the separate one trillion dollar infrastructure measure is first enacted into law it's a new complication for pelo see inter parties drive to enact president Biden's domestic agenda progressives

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Romelu Lukaku Returns to Chelsea From Inter Milan

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

00:21 sec | 3 months ago

Romelu Lukaku Returns to Chelsea From Inter Milan

"Move from Inter Milan to Chelsea is complete as a 28 year old striker heads to London for a transfer fee of €115 million Copy was with the Blues from 2011 to 2000 and 14, but only played in 10 matches while mostly being on loan to West Rahman Everton In two seasons in Syria. The Belgium International scored 64 goals in 95 matches. In all competitions.

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InterPop Comics With Brian David-Marshall and Rachel Gluckstern

Black Girl Nerds

02:11 min | 4 months ago

InterPop Comics With Brian David-Marshall and Rachel Gluckstern

"And you know if there's one thing i like more than talking about comics is talk about the future of comics and how advanced the technology is getting if i can get it out. Sound way to talk back on and just where it's going just in general when you talk about digital comics. And how do you get the ownership when it comes to the riders to the creators. And so i have inner pop comics joining me today. And i have brian david marshall. He is the president and publisher of inner pop. And i have racer concern. She is the group editor of the emergence universe. Brian racial thank you so much for joining me today. Oh thank you so much for having us. It's really exciting to talk about all this. Yeah thank you very much ryan. I'm and i have to thank you for joining me. I have to admit off the top here that i had to have guys on because i need to make sure i'm invited to ever enter every inter pop block party ever assign invited. 'cause that was way cool for you guys do that. I couldn't believe it was like a comic convention all my computer screen right. I was so impressed that the technology because we do the zoom things. But it's still not. It still doesn't have that person to person contact and the topiary platform that we did for internet block party amazing. I threw my hands up in amazement and realize nobody can see that in mind. It was great. Because you know like like rachel said you. Zoom is very efficient. And obviously you know for podcasting in for meeting and producing all sorts of stuff. But but it's not great on serendipity and you know it was. It was first of all. I just being in that call. I ran into people lying new from all over the world. And i haven't seen obviously in close to two years so that was that was pretty amazing but then also i think the most satisfying moment of the of the convention in this was event. We put on for the launch of our comic line. Gave away free. Comic was having a panel and having somebody come running across across this virtual space last minute to join the panel because they got lost in one of the side halls. Oh yeah this now. This is a convention

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Sebastian Gorka and Dr. Sam Pappas Discuss the COVID-19 Delta Variant

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:24 min | 4 months ago

Sebastian Gorka and Dr. Sam Pappas Discuss the COVID-19 Delta Variant

"So we know it's treatable but probably spreads more. So what i have heard. And tell me if i'm wrong because you are here to correct me. It's not some new super scary deadlier variant. But for some reason it's easier to transmit and sometimes you may not even know if you're carrying it. Is that sound right. So generally viruses historically have always try to get into the host so they often are less lethal but more transmittable. And i like to say that you know infectivity equally valid and we know from uk for example that the mortality rates delta very inter- much less than the alpha variant the original virus So that goods shoe so we shouldn't be more scared of it right on the other hand productively as you know. My feeling is covert worthy of treatment. We don't know why but some people have chronic symptoms My concern is our people who are vaccinated. Gonna get this And have chronic symptoms and think. They're you know foolproof and don't have to worry about it so can i stop you there for a second. 'cause this is one of the most disturbing things that i experience of. Somebody's hand covert. Now thank the good lord. I knew you you'd prep to me. Intimately on hydroxy chloroquine on z pack

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US to Require COVID-19 Vaccination for Foreign Travelers

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 4 months ago

US to Require COVID-19 Vaccination for Foreign Travelers

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the U. S. will require foreign visitors to be vaccinated for cove in nineteen the bite that ministration is moving toward requiring all foreign visitors to the United States to be vaccinated for the corona virus according to a White House official the vaccine requirement would be part of the administration's phased approach to easing travel restrictions for foreign citizens entering the US although it has faced pressure from affected allies to lift some restrictions the bite administration has kept travel restrictions in place citing the spread of the delta variant of covert nineteen inter agency working groups will study how and when to safely move toward resuming normal travel might cross CO Washington

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Lukaku Looks for Chelsea Return

ESPN FC

01:54 min | 4 months ago

Lukaku Looks for Chelsea Return

"Raking holiday to join us to discuss roman lucon q. And the possibility of joining chelsea before we get to that. Let's you back to july. Shall we say to say revenue. Kaku is untouchable for us. This summit we can say yes absolutely. Lukarco is not for sale. New cargo is an important piece on the chessboard. Available to in zoghbi. However obviously the story has snowballed over the last seventy two hours. These were protests today from the inter. Milan fans saying board. pay attention. Promises should be but it looks like new kaku is returning to chelsea. Gazettes us saying lukarco towards goodbye. Meanwhile credit sports saying lukaku atmosphere of farewell. Gab this is gonna happen isn't it certainly pointing in that direction. And the reason is and you saw signs from from injuries. Alturas interest supporters The papers they know what's happening at inter they know the degrade financial difficulties that the parent company soon has faced. They were told that there had to be cutbacks That's part of the reason why antonio conte left but there were also told that okay Hakeem he's moving on and we're gonna cash on hand And that's it. You saw those words from dr Now it's a little more subtle it's not just about not selling lukaku. Also they said if it comes in does go and we accept that we get stupid price for him. You have to sell them We want that money reinvested in the team. And it's not fair that that's going to happen. as opposed to in the money may be flowing back out to the parent company or perhaps simply being used to pay down the debt And that's really the crux of the matter. Their

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What Are the Benefits of Intermittent Fasting

Talk, Tales and Trivia

01:55 min | 4 months ago

What Are the Benefits of Intermittent Fasting

"Last time i talked about the ketogenic diet and how great it is for your health how it works to reset your body so your body works more efficiently and cleanly and repairs. A ton of ailments aches pains and overall health. It's the same with intermittent fasting. This is really the key to putting it all together. And i met fast and complements the ketogenic diet and makes all come together at first animated fasting. Sounds like you are depriving yourself and starving to death for long periods of time. You may think of a rumbling stomach and cravings but forget about all that you will soon find that this is a perfect fit for you and you will see dramatic changes and a relatively short period of time. There are many benefits to adding intermittent fasting to your ketogenic diet. On the inter-web. I found six great reasons to commit to intermittent fasting. It promotes weight loss. One of the major intimate fasting benefits is its ability to rev up fat burning and help the pounds just slide off and fasting results in increased fat burning and fast weight loss by forcing your body to use up fat stores in your body as fuel similar to the keno diet in which you deprive your body of carbohydrates and force it to us up stored fat for energy. It also improves blood sugar. Some studies have found that intermittent fasting benefits your blood sugar levels by keeping them. Well regulated and preventing sugar spikes and crashes and in one study participants with diabetes fasted an average of sixteen hours daily for two weeks not only did intermittent fasting cause weight loss and decreased and caloric intake but also helped significantly reduced blood. Sugar levels

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Dr. Kristen Neff on the Interplay Between Personal Work and Collective Work in Meditation

The Mindful Minute

01:36 min | 4 months ago

Dr. Kristen Neff on the Interplay Between Personal Work and Collective Work in Meditation

"One of the things i noticed in this book was the interplay between personal work and collective work and i think that sometimes that gets lost within just meditation practice. It seem so solitary. You're doing it for the most part in your house by yourself on your own cushion for yourself except that it's not actually for yourself and so how does that interplay show up three. Oh yeah we'll so you know if you come from a perspective that in for me it does come from a buddhist perspective. But it isn't be buddhist if he come from a perspective where you see yourself as a larger interdependent all right then this idea that what we do only if excess or the you know we just turn inward and not outward or we outward tonight inward none of that makes sense right when you when you change your mindset so that you realize for all part of a larger hold then of course you know we. We work with their cells due date set for after work dacian of suffering of others of our planet. We also understand. We have the wisdom to know that what we cultivate inside impacts people outside and vice versa. I that wisdom of inter connection is really key to self compassion or compassion for others. In fact this is what differentiates compassion from assessors. Pity feeling sorry for with is not the understanding of common humanity interconnection and which is essential for compassion

"inter" Discussed on The Changelog

The Changelog

03:57 min | 4 months ago

"inter" Discussed on The Changelog

"The same type of work or you can actually get into quite a bit of problems or at least a lot of household any interface because this four user interfaces and ship that was great and then i got this letter from this type foundry in think they're in the uk. And i do not like this tough under. But they basically were like. Oh we have a typeface called inter face. And they're like we own the copyright to the word interface but in all a biography. And i'm like that's ridiculous right and and i looked it up and sure. They had filed in india pin union. They filed a registered trademark for inter face in holland or something like that anyhow although not legally enforceable in the united states what they did it. Actually they contact you get up and did a cease-and-desist would get up and get up operates everywhere. There's a long story. I'm not going to worry about the details. But essentially i end up in this pretty long conversation with some people that get up and eventually is decided to rename it. Like you know. I could fight this in court or something like that. But what's the point of money. You're spending money on the stuff so it was pretty bad. Experienced too because there's a couple of people in typhus industry. Who really is like you know was not nice. People ready to wear like you freaking bad words you know like your saddam or whatever also a lot of people are very supportive and also a lot of people contact me inside the funders like the worst but whatever i respect that i changed name to enter and i made sure to reduce the that so and you know now. Latino type released typeface called inter and a couple of people emu together with some people there too and they're like oh but i'm not gonna go and sue them for that like i think that's fine. A diversity is great if they're too type physical internet's awesome often. If there's any take away from this little tiny story about inter lynch facing them being renamed this that i think now i'll do a little bit more research. Which of course i did into it was like a big project but instead of doing you know a day of research like a few weeks of research before publishing something with a name. Lessons learned the hard way. Well we all have lessons. Learned are with for sure. And that's why they're lessons learned and not lessons learned because that's growth for you. Rasmussen has been fun. He ran a lot about What you're interested in inter obviously the fun things you have planned in the future and what got going on and all that good stuff. We didn't dig deep into the zen of play bit. We dug deep into other details. I was really That in the guiding principles. i think. That's super cool off your list of this. We will link up in the show notes these websites which you can dig into deeper and hey we announced his address here online or on the podcast feel free to reach out about those guy principles or the play bit which on the super bowl but any partying advice any parting wisdom for anyone. Who's sort of looking to feet in front of them with an intense there. Someone like you someone who's not like you who should adopt some of your principles to explore. I love the way you don't i live. I think is very hard to give advice. That's carte blanche Undirected but i'll give it a try the more you look at. What other people do the more. You're going to question what you do the smaller you're gonna feel and the more into to unifil and it's a double edged sword because if you don't look at what other people are doing you gonna miss out on ideas emmy gonna probably not feel good for the human aspects of it and i.

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"inter" Discussed on The Changelog

The Changelog

02:47 min | 4 months ago

"inter" Discussed on The Changelog

"As well as says here morbid hidden meaning behind this or i. Maybe you're going for the second one. It means between among in the midst. A what's the name well so it's an interesting story. I stop i think naming truly is hard you know the cliche like cache invalidation in naming things are to things in computer science. Nothing naming thinks is generally is really hard right those listening to to an interview with someone on not old cast data day and it was you know sort of like a forty five minute. Localization knows about naming in computer science or naming functions. And stuff like that. I think is really hard to give something a good name because a name a good name i think is is very contextual. It's something that is contextual. Not in in like a rational sense of like the object is in this context but also contextual like the person viewing its own experience. Sydney's different things if you're like if you live in britain and urine into football not handbag as we are in here in the us but like football you know the ball in the foot than interest prob. You're probably going to think about the soccer team. The english duct tape called inter. I think italian it is in soccer. So i'm so. Sorry if i screw this up but my point is that i think name us real hard. I can accept this. I tried to knee my things especially open source things but like the dumbest simplisafe names possible also to avoid any sort of Legal issues and that is a good segue to what happened with inter inter actually initially was called interface. An intentional shows the so in the toughest industry names. It's a big deal. There's a flat namespace. And there are registries of names of typefaces and stuff like this. And for i think very obvious practical reasons names do matter a lot for typefaces. You open up something. Let's say you solid phase. It's called cats right and now someone installed dot and there's type cat the software we have the has no way of distinguishing between this cat. That cat maybe one looks like helvetica and the one to one looks at comic sense. And you know the customer calls me up and says this doesn't look right. And we printed all these booklets offset printing. We spend twelve thousand dollars on. It looks wrong. And you're like oh my god. So i think that they're practical. Aspects of that with with naming as while anyhow there are some pretty limitations around what you can legally enforce up and so i think four open source. It is actually a pretty good idea to do a little bit of thinking about naming sue avoid avoid naming something that might have the same name within at least within.

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"inter" Discussed on The Changelog

The Changelog

04:25 min | 4 months ago

"inter" Discussed on The Changelog

"Have all the weights from one hundred nine hundred of this on the webpage for inter where you can view a part of this as it is the variable sanction where you can sort of see the different weights and the slants and whatnot. And there's a check box. There says anime waiting slant and if you do that enemies between the lowest highest weight and the you know slant or no slant angle. I guess the angry called at an angle from zero degrees at ten degrees. You see this. To animated of reminds me. This post reminds me of that that little animation essentially available there on the variable section of the inter web site variable funds. Cool it feels magical. It's joost interpellation which is elegant. I think the some player system is the marlins. What's the support these days on web browsers with variable fonts. I think it's like a. It's a standard but is it all pre well supported across browsers or no. I think today with all the of stable channels all the different web browser it's supported their rendering is still like so so now. I'm not fully caught up in the last months site can be wrong on this now but chrome also this chrome used to have two different rendering pats for variable constant thoughts and this would affect like if you if you use lyrics care type like sort of they use these truth Programs are windows without stuff enabled. There's so many settings you might actually like see different us being rendered with the exact same settings where the yula variable fonterra constant fault. That is disappearing. I think they're also some that. Keep improving when it comes to open and talk features for example if you look in safari and comparative to chrome and you do things like spaces. Maybe i should explain very briefly about open type features are before us keep mentioning it in a fund. You can have these little programs. They're very simple programs. They're not during but they allow you to contact stroll contextual based rules. So let's say that you when you type the word. Hello you want that to say log cap than what you can do. You can write. This program. Says when a previous characters are age e. l. l. o. Then subsitute all of those with this cliff and so injury is a lot of these things to do things like if you wanna make an arrow the looks pretty. You can do hyphen and densify greater dan or less than sign. Any will look at that innocent. Oh you're not gonna go and replace those clips with a custom made era cliff. Sit looks really nice things like that. There are more things you can do with these programs. That's sort of like what these things are. So there are still difference. Took my web houses and it's sort of like the quirks in safari. You're gonna get mostly like spaces playing a part in this. You can say you know what had exxon space in an a digit like. Don't do this. Thing for instance or like don't transform our aaron stuff like that and introduced the sometimes too like if you do x. Us less than three. Or what is it enough to get excess. Less than three minus x is less than negative three right. That is a valid expression. You might wanna write that and not have it be x. Left arrow three right and so there are exceptions to that said like you do the arrow thing and less these are the conditions so in chrome you won't get spaces won't be included. Think what it does is like it. Funding is kind of expensive. It's like cashing going on. The surface is quite complex from like a out rendering perspective whilst and safari spaces do have an effect. So you know when you do web development. They use these features unbearable funds like mature tested. A couple of different web browsers on. Yeah i think people ought to do this. But it's good to know that there are differences. We'll get near the end of our time but it wouldn't be the change log who didn't talk about the name a little bit because we like naming things and we'd like to focus. The name is kind of kind of the front door to your project. Ryan the first thing people see and here i am on merriam webster and says inter of verb deposit a dead body into the earth.

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The Changelog

05:49 min | 4 months ago

"inter" Discussed on The Changelog

"A bit like a louis type mark whatever you wanna call it a little tight for a company or entity a person or whatever they're really to two distinct school of of logotype straight or icons. It's all the same stuff i think. One school is like pack a big punch. That just goes away and the other one is like last for a long time to become a symbol. You know that's more than just the expression of its own right. And i think like a good logotype that wants to last for a long time is not hot is not popular does not fall on the path of fashion right. I think this is also very true for a lot of what is often called. I think little like incorrectly like marketing websites like the part of a website can tries to sell the product rather than being the product that i think that are similar schools there to where it's like let's just keep it classic something they can last for a long time versus something that has you know. Five years ago it will be colored. Confetti on the background. And you can't do that today. Because that's like supra unfashionable. Right this very sort of quick fashion cycles but if you do happen to drop it right on the you can pack much bigger punch as an example according to. I'm not trying to say this website. But it's thirty sample of helvetica font used giant brands. Just a few as bmw. American airlines lg microsoft american apparel the north face crate and barrel toyota motorola and a lot more. But it's just interesting. You can see helvetica used but then be used uniquely as the same thing for like futura feature is used a lot of different logo types and whatnot. It's like nike is a future. If i recall correctly you can correct me. If i'm wrong but you can see you know a pretty simple. I could do it in a weekend. Kind of scenario funds be using major brands but then be uniquely used in major brands and different styles. And that's i think is like the the world. Typography is so vast to explore one simple and quotes simple calva. Bi communal uniquely across these different brands and and whatnot. You mentioned before you Love to have some feedback from anybody out there that may see or have used inter in fund unique ways you have a website on our s. Ms dot me slash inter the woodland for enter the rasmusen at notion dot se's at a public email if not a public dishonesty. Yes or your stress. Miss s are a semester. Nemi go and get up and find it so atucha whether i like it or not as well. The point is is to invite anyone out there listening to this. If you've seen it or few used it in interesting ways or you've used on your own site or your own t shirts or yonne apparel or whatever it might be could be posters. Could be whatever email asmus and tell him 'cause that feedback loop is crucial to motivation. If it's not just for entrance for your future practice just to say that my art is appreciated. I would love to see that. I think that's important or tweet me now. You don't have to be a good idea. I wouldn't go as far as putting into your license or anything like that. I just keep a stock license. We know that if you tweak license things. Get harry bunn. What if you dislike put a on like the download or however you get you know maybe in the read me or it's free all the reasoning. I'm not sure what your copy there looks like right now anyways but how to install his like and then like the next step is like email me four know like it's not a requirement but it's prompt. That could be a lot of responses. I've been thinking what up should have done from. The start was to collect everything saw where it's being used. I've done a little bit of collecting but think that will be really finally be fun to put up a part of the website for tough as that used to showcase what people to dumb with it. There's a lot of not being sort of a workhorse typeface at least in expert so far of how it's being used. It's being used in a lot of ui topography on computers very surprisingly that. Sort of like it's niche or at least they used to be so but other way of using you know if you made house numbers with it or you know you made a poster saying or t shirt or use it for a human rights campaign in anything that is outside of the fringe would be super cold Model thing and put it on the website. I love that idea. Where can people see the poster. You said yes. There is opposed. We didn't lose any more. But yeah so i grew up a swede which false weeds but shirley this swedes. That i know. I think i'm sort of like a little bit afraid to be commercial. So there's no hyperlink to this thing on the website itself you have to go to my own homepage which is just removed the slash part Screen yeah you got There or shop there as get we can include that in the maybe in the show notes or some good alec it up. Yeah you can go and get a little posted air on school. It's priced so that it covers my shop fight coasts. Maybe i'll make like three dollars per or something like that but yeah it's prices low as i could. He has covered for the shoplifting costs. Which is what the chaperone run. So yeah okay. So you can shop dot s. m. s. dot m. e. in. You will see it there because it's the only thing in the shop Very cool. I'm going to buy one of these days. I want one and two. It reminds me of the design. When you see you.

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The Changelog

08:13 min | 4 months ago

"inter" Discussed on The Changelog

"I don't know exactly why for everybody is different. But i i know personally for me like we've been doing this for twelve years. We'd do it because we love the community. You know it's fun to produce a podcast. I never thought that my profession would be a podcast producer or a host of so much more than just something that but injured as well but like just putting something out there putting your art out. There and people appreciating that and not complaining or that much at least you know is pretty cool. And so that definitely motivates me like when we had matt on the show a couple of years back here when matt said the creative ruby when he said i listen to your shelves like what madison matt listens to our show for real and it doesn't just the mass to the world for me to be excited. It could be. Anybody does not do as the creative ruby could be. You could be somebody. I don't even know that hasn't done anything in. I'm sure they've done something but in there is maybe it's nothing at all. It doesn't be anybody impotently important for me to be motivated. I'm just excited that we get to do something. That's so fulfilling and we show up for people like you to share your story to hear why inter was created to hear out by play bid is got you excited. You know to me. That's why we show up is is for the people we've spoken with a lot of open source maintainers over the years and i think one seem that i hear often which is not this one so i think you know giving a gift to the world and receiving that knowledge that you're making you know someone's life a little bit better that's like one of the themes as one that we're talking about now another one here often and resonates with me is a sense of responsibility based gifts received like just actually a good example. Tanner lansley was just on jazz. Party with mcneese talking about all of his react query open source things and he was just like hey i was an open source leads for a long time like i just loved the free stuff and i just like hey i can get started without paying money and built a career around that and then when he came to build some libraries he was like i have to have these open source because i just feel this intrinsic sense of responsibility like i've received so much from this community now i'm going to give back and so that's another. I think motivator. That i hear often is just this. I've been given a lot for free. And now i'm gonna give some stuff back to people so kind of a pay it forward concept and they give it free so i give a free to even like a lot of open source. Companies companies with open source products. Like that whole thing a lot of you when you ask them. Is it open source. A lot of them say will has to be not because it's a good business decision. But because that's how i built my career and so i just feel like that's the right thing to do this interesting there's just so many facets to open source this is so much to him box and look at the big about in when it comes a human behavior horley gas stations can change too right so you can come for one reason and stay for another reason altogether and that's always we say. We became the used to state for the people and really true and the code. Honestly after like twelve years of doing this change log. i've been in like the open source to have seen for longer than that. Adam started the dog twelve years ago. The code to me nowadays is really way less relevant than it ever was. Not that it's irrelevant. It's like the glue that binds altogether. And of course we talk about it because it's important and we want to be well crafted. Who wanted to be scalable or personalized right like aspects to that are important but it's just way less important than the bigger picture nowadays. Which is the people and so similar to at the beginning conversation. We talked about the relationships being. What's important to you you know. In retrospect looking back at your past the relationships that we've formed through open source in the change log are way more important than the individual conversations we had or the projects they were working on a lot of projects like we should do a retrospective like all the shows you've done and how many of those projects don't exist anymore because a lot of them have coming on and that's okay part of the system of things but you know we can still shoot email or tweet over to that person you fire up a conversation again and be back where we were and that's pretty cool so it's the natural cycle right things you said it was with ideas you know you got to have lots of ideas and actually some open source. Projects weren't meant to exist into perpetuity. You know it's like no. This is done. In fact you're saying enter where you have a lot of work to do but like it's gone to a point where it's kind of almost done and maybe someday we'll be just done. Maybe not because screens change. And i don't know what are the maintenance aspects of like this. What kind of stuff changes when the world changes nama. I think this is one of the unique things about phones. As a digital product or artifact software right is a federal. At least the way i think about software as my listener brain wants to think about software. The way of things about things in the spatial physical world right like avid coffee cup here can hear in the background. It's physical you know we've evolved over millions of years to deal with this kind of physical spatial world and i think that's why at least my listener brain wants to think about a program or a piece of software as something that exists. But really i think software is very admiral What software is now and what it is now. Those are two different things. Things keep changing. And so i think the minority of things we create in a computer is actually not dakota right or the programs that we run but sort of like the super she can of the story that either tells creates were helps people tell crate. Not dakota itself right at least. In retrospect i think but fonts it's almost unique in dot aikens to some extent but not as much but a font you made in the sixties or something like helvetica and you look at today. Although it's gone through a couple of minor tweaks it still works fine right. The external conditions the environmental conditions affect typography very low compared to other things that digital trump. That's why vegas so popular because it stood so long the test of time. marinate quality. You know i'm not a an aficionado of heretical by any means and know the true history in terms of what made a pop up but i. I'm assuming that it's because greatest long ago and it's been well enough to stand. that says. the time has been used that much and all those reasons yama we have times to pre famous raid. Time seaworld clara. I'm don really beautiful in some of those children comics fans which is classic as well. Yes yeah comedy classic. It's come full circle that you know the the they call it revolution because it goes in circles or and i think the comic sounds sort of like made an audit turnaround that circle. He cannot come excels a set of like a a soy in like a presentation by someone who will start buying currently under some. I don't know some sort of like a cease and the computer science person and it was all accents. Dig this know. Yeah ten years ago. It'll be like ooh that's disgusting but no no interesting how these things i mean. There's fashion with art software architectures and with programming languages and toolkits. There's fashion but especially. I think with topography and design. There's fashion and i think one of the reasons that helvetica is so popular well known as transcends it has historically been still general purpose it's transcended different fashion trends but other things aren't they're kind of like victim to it and you go through those cycles and things tend to repeat themselves and things that were cool in the seventies eighties are cool again but like you said a decade from now. They're not going to be cool but then a decade after that they will be again just kind of goes like that where it's.

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The Changelog

04:04 min | 4 months ago

"inter" Discussed on The Changelog

"And use the code that cheese while when you sign up again century donohoe and use the code the cheese. So we're obviously years leader now enters popular you here on the show. But at what point did the project gain steam or in your eyes games. It's always been interesting to you. But it will pointed know particular brands begin to use it or it has some sort of popularity. Sorta lake drive the momentum of not. Just your time involve like you'd mentioned before allow the work in this. Hasn't been simply just the details of the the topography but more the technical bits where it works metrics turning stuff like that like. When did you get what you would call. Momentum project itself not so much the font making ability momentum people using it seeing it not just on your screen but elsewhere too. That is al- always a special emotional moment. At least it is for me. The first time. I saw on who. I didn't know you specified. I was just. I still remember it because the movie i was on the subway. Install and these two women were sitting on the the tube with a laptop spotify announced. Like i think for me with with inter does the funding moment. I think it happened very slowly. A lot of people started picking it up early on and then there were a couple of big players. Like get hub unity pixar for like. Oh yeah you know with our like tooling internally. We use internet and like help us like what that is amazing in coin base and stuff. So there's a lot of you know. I see it pretty often. That just makes me so happy because that is the reward right to me. That is the reward. I think that if i could choose between a million dollars and a million people like that could emotionally feel being happier. Because of me i would choose to people like any day on the week. Yes it just feels incredible to see the. I don't know if it had an impact or at least i don't understand if i had an impact but at least emotional connection that i can make it's incredible wording and it is interesting to see your work out there and always excited. I'm here's me listening to our show. What you really listenership legitimate. These numbers aren't fake. I mean that's a good feeling right. It is is feeling when you feel like the thing you put your art right. I call it. I mean it's just simply your art that you put in the world you put your in the world you put your effort out there in the world and somebody you know enjoys that thing you made you porter time into your your effort into. It's a emotionally rewarding on that front. What are some interesting things about say. The project people don't know about like is their posters that you could buy early t shirts out there. You mentioned before that you can make something commercial with it and sell it like what are some fun. Usage story is not just your usage but others that have the typeface on it have been used in interesting ways. What have you been in. What have you enjoyed over the years in particular. If you're listening to this Done anything on like that with enter me. I'm having a hard time asking that question. Because i don't know. In ninety nine percent of the cases i find out about use of inter by stumbling upon them. Maybe it's so that people just assumed that have seen it. Or i'm not interested by i really would love to see Do something fun. Like a diy. Like weather monitor walney center. Whatever i love to see it. I wanna tell you a question before we connect laborem more on that but yeah and yes. They're supposed to buy. But i'm curious like do you think that is reward. This emotional reward thing is talking about not amusing when you hear someone saying that the listening changed like you can have this good feeling right. You think there's a correlation there to what drives people to work on open source software. Oh i think yes. I think the simple answer is yes..

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The Changelog

02:46 min | 4 months ago

"inter" Discussed on The Changelog

"Thousand tiny things rather than five things that makes all the same thing. Brussel the wild. It's gotta be fun. So don't start my own font because i could definitely hop in or out of that game but when you start talking about that a sound very fun to me so i created hundreds baby or all these different variations. I'm sure they're just a slightly different. This goes slightly down up down And then you have to pick one right because got it. Lands somewhere to meet us. Sounds like torture though. That's kinda beauty. Is that the beauty or the torture. Because now you've got all these. What's which ones objectively better. How do you decide like which is at the end of the day. I mean that in itself. That was a really good question. I think that is a very interesting commission in itself. So you know what makes what makes something the right thing when mike you feel don or satisfied with something right. I would really recommend anyone who feel even remotely curious about funds. Tears make font by yourself like twenty years ago or even ten years ago. It was quite an effort to make font today. It's you can do it if you have two hours on sunday. You knew nothing about phone thinking. You can make a font in that time. So for Downside i would say one opportunity rather is all of the three industrial. Strength fund programs are macintosh. Said if you are On licks or windows. It's gotta be a little tougher. There are two of them out there. There's one in development colin bender. Which is you know. It's more if you want to like write some rust or simply go check that out and the other one is called fund forge was this is sort of open source thing but if you ever used like java widgets or cutie like with the platform programs it feels a little bit like that no disrespect greater self on It's remarkable program. But i would not say that it's something that is easy to take on a sunday. But if you happen to be on a mac can check out. Glimpse robots both have free versions. He can get started with four from unfair so and if you do purchase a license it's pretty okay. It's just you can get started today in probably even an hour from scratch another way of going. If you know if you're not the alana blank canvas and draw something you can't go on the the inter repco writing you can run the build script now. You can't change it. You rename it to something else solloway often but you never answer the question. How do you pick the. I'm not sure if i picked the yet if accents now i think at this point if feels pretty good but the picks you i mean we can go nerdy on it like. There's a way..

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The Changelog

02:39 min | 4 months ago

"inter" Discussed on The Changelog

"Moumizi micrograms. I'm paraphrasing have. Been to learn less about the ship the thing but more to learn Because that's what you're doing like. It's it's evident here like i can't imagine that you're a font expert by any means prior to right you're asking which program to use to great afonso so you couldn't have been an expert prior to but i mean to go this deep is would you consider. Maybe this is boasting. but would you consider. You've you've reached some sort of mastery around this considering god work. No i'm still. I'm still looking at the bathroom. Earnings smart like that indeed. Yep for sure. Is the way all bridges in general with hubby products. That work and everything is. There's a huge focus for me on learning. Most of my side projects usually have ten fifteen or so at any given point are most of them are to learn something not to create a or to shame chomping at the end of it. Maybe that's ounce it actually. Sounds like egoistic and i guess it is to learn. I really enjoyed the learning experience and with inter is definitely been a big part of the drivers as well as we're talking about a few minutes ago. Two of my drivers were you know. The is wanna workhorse. Typeface for use earns faces and the ad part was that i want want to system world. That is truly free. There's third bar to which is working on it as this delightful experience so in contrast to some other types of of work like programming or designing us something like that. What has been really nice with this kind of type work that i can spend ten minutes on it where i can span ten days straight on it the variance. It's almost like competitive video games. Like you know if you're listening in place video games like if i pick up on the switch i play celta breath off the wild. I can play ten minutes. And nike's down and i can resume it later. And if i tried to play like playstation game. I have to invest the lease than our to get started right there updates. And they're loading screens and in a similar way may experience with enter and some of the you know hobby funds that have done onside have been in the delight of low expectations of yes making it. He's open up work all up at close it down opening Mirko bed the type of work is a thousand tiny things rather than five things that makes all the same thing. Brussel the wild. It's gotta be fun..

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The Changelog

03:06 min | 4 months ago

"inter" Discussed on The Changelog

"Like little programs right. They run in a virtual machine. The have code inside had these so that it's actually kind of finicky. And there's a lot of different implementations of this if you use the term virtual machine. There's a lot of implementations often. yeah so that's a big part of it but no it's our and i can imagine it's beautiful typeface. I think you know. Helvetic is one of those typefaces. That sort of has this. You know this being from stockholm sweden. I mean you know. That's the face. And i think the phone face that people think about in terms of the most popular. I think enter like of the same caliber. In my opinion. I imagine that one day there will be a documentary about a podcast documentary. Ha thank you so much at the that means a lot i actually went to the premiere of this who's stuck venture coal helvetica years ago. I don't know twelve thirteen years ago with my other type. Nerd friends lived in stock. Went to this movie theater and he was there. You know premiering movie. And i remember sitting in this movie theater with by utter like type nerve fence and we. We looked around and it was just full of people you know. We'll say one hundred people or something. There were like dude like all of these. Other people are as weird as we are. Cool is this. Yeah that is gonna be quite the feeling well. I mean just speaking to hours and the output. There's so much depth to this. In terms of customize ability to variable font all these features the ways that you can subset it with different tools and on top of all that i guess the base of what's their two thousand five hundred forty eight characters. The are each of those handcrafted. I was supposed to have to be. I mean like you you or did you start with something and then you tweak certain ones and leave other ones alone. I don't even know how funds created. So maybe helped me out understand. Did you handcraft each cliff. Both yes and no so a lot of the not lifts but to begin with a lot of the lifts were backfield if you will by roberto and so the product is still do a license. There's a licensed in the source. Therefore rowbottom some lifts are still robot. Oh it's sort of like the. If you if you open the font in montana and you look at the very end of the the order soglo have a specific ordering funds you can find some really fringe cliffs. That is going to look out of style if you look really carefully and those are probably the rebutting lifts but early on. I did use some of the the democratic marks in particular from a roberto and then replaced him as i was going but yeah i mean. The vast majority of lifts are hand-drawn and often it would the over the course of months on one of them like the lower case a redo that know at least one hundred times dri joy paper i would rejoin them big marble imported tweak tweak tweak and tested and dozen tests that one thing that's nice though which is probably not surprising if you are doing programming. Is that these phone tools. Even actually defined programs themselves.

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The Changelog

03:15 min | 4 months ago

"inter" Discussed on The Changelog

"A photo of a signed by the road and those kind of letters do fund an old style like theater movie theater and it said i thought arianna grande. That will savant that. So let's see the ground. Maybe that's how you say any didn't really have a worker. Says thought you know. Let's just skip a little side products. And so i started working on that you know. Ask for tips from people. I joined type thirsty. Local type thursday group here in san francisco. Which is this super nice group of people who meet once a nun and they'll look critiques and help shelter out and met several people who use the meeting helped me out so much. There's a guy called james of ono who really helpful early on. He helped me a little bit with you. Know what tool. Should i is. Robo font the right thing plug in stoning. Let you can really draw rectangle in in robot with other plug in is a very plugin driven thing. That's kind of hard to get started. And then it kept tumbling on and years went past and you know now it's been a couple of years and i keep working on continuously would say it's pretty close to done as far as you can get done. It's probably another like two three years to go at least on a regular account of texts version. There's a display version in the works as well. Was it always intended to be open source. Was that just sort of a happy accident. How did it obviously a side project but did was open source. How did you get to the open source nature of it. That's a great question and this is sort of central to would be to keep working on it reflecting a bit over almost the realization. I hadn't really thought about that. I didn't really have a good workhorse. Typeface that will work on websites. You can't use you know some francisco or something on a website right or any other sort of commercial fall without you know paying license fees for it and i think that makes sense for you know commercial website whom i wanna have a personal edge. Anyhow reflecting over that i realized that for dystopia like a worthwhile effort it needs to be open source. Like that's sort of like it's almost. It's almost like why it exists to be a really high quality free to use and truly free to use. Like if you wanna make money out of things that you make with into. You can do that right. Like fully chilly free. I felt that that was just missing the world. How many hours do you think you put into this. And yeah mine is this. Is it more than you can add. Oh it's thousands and thousands of ours. I mean i would go on vacation. And i would like every second day. We'll work on it saying that would do vacation stuff like you know after work and evening like pretty much all of the weekends at least first few years now. It's more of a maintain maintain maintain situation. There's there's less like four progression work with the face and there's more like this version of office two thousand three on windows ninety eight when you send it to this like hp printer from two thousand five like the current is off you know. Let's saving figured this out because thirties. Like little programs right. They run in a virtual machine. The have code inside had these so that it's actually kind of finicky. And there's a lot of different implementations of this if you.

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The Changelog

03:07 min | 4 months ago

"inter" Discussed on The Changelog

"Three times as good there. You go but interest super cool. So you're saying yonathan say you were was the back story. Enter all that stuff. Gosh yeah i mean first off. I've done a couple of months in the past but never at the scale of intra and similar to will talking about before and how. I was talking a little bit about how looked on two feet in front of me and i focused early art with inter l. Ma and it was pretty early on and we were using robot. Oh for the. Ui high-density displace was not as popular. But it was pretty clear. It was becoming the standard. But it wasn't yet the you i think mobile is as very skewed towards speed utilitarian being sort of Getting out of your way and having as much information in those possible without being intimidating we wanted it to be virtual so one fall out of those constraints where a fairly like small. Ui fons eleven dips specifically and rebuttal is like this amazing titus right and it is as far as i know the sign to work at a variety of different applications and sizes and we were struggling a little bit with the legibility of and some of our early users to were. We're having some trouble with it. Shows thinking you know like how hard would it be similar to this only works at eleven points rider depths how to make make a font over a weekend they assertive. I use. That is is okay test you know so i- instill robo font one of the the big public font programs and made a really simple almost pixel like font ryan started testing us and it was kind of interesting and i kept working on this. This is i product a person's operatic for a while and getting feedback from my colleagues trying out sort of on a you know a fork build figment stuff. Like that and it was really interesting is very interesting. It was a bad idea because what happened was that it really did look. And there's some if you go to interest website today if you go to a very bottom there some if you click around some links you can find some screen shots off the very original thing but it did not work while longer sections of text and is gonna kill the product. But by doing that. I was like what does what make a fun. You know that is sort of like roberto. Helvetica acura san francisco in that realm. Right very sort of like a workhorse of a serov that we could use for ma that i can use for. You is myself suffered. I didn't really have a go-to of course typeface for screen back. In the day it will be located at ground grandy grounder. Oh by the way. I saw a really fun sign. It said took a photo of a signed by the road and those kind of letters do fund an old style like theater movie theater and it said i thought arianna grande..

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"inter" Discussed on The Changelog

The Changelog

02:41 min | 4 months ago

"inter" Discussed on The Changelog

"On our list of people on talk for a very long time. We keep a list. Sometimes we lose the list of times. Just remember names on it not a great system but we talk to each other. We have names. We have ideas and things last summer. We did a couple of episodes right couple of focuses in on and we were talking about inter and of course your name came up and then we kind of forgot about it and then thinking maintain on us which was a huge hit by the way lots of people getting free t shirt was awesome and put a shout out to you on twitter thanking you for enter and the work you've done on it and so we're your eagerly awaiting maintain maintain her main hair shirt. Yeah up on that yesterday. still waiting. it's happening. We're batching them all together and putting out a shipments so it's all happening but happy to see your name. I was like oh. I remember asmus inter guy. Let's do have him on the show so we're excited to have you here and this was a topic that you you're particularly interested in. Yeah because this is kind of up your warehouse design. Typography fonts excetera adam geeks out on this stuff. I seen enter used by several sites. I can't recall now exist. This was a year ago. And i discovered in your work and i was like wow okay. And then i discovered was open. Source on mike. Wow okay kinda doug. Deep from this is super thorough. This is a really good in its source. Not open source is not good and thorough. But i was surprised. At how deep the inter would was and like the brains using like. It's really well used. I looked into you and you're like working sigma. I'm like wow okay. This is super cool. We gotta talk to this guy. And then i forget what happened and then you obviously maintain we cap and you got thanked. And you're getting a t shirt that says maintain or maintain a retainer the first person who gets to understand what that means. Raise the flags. I wanna know but inter is super cool. How did you start this. Where did it begin. Was the story while i saw. Is that some sort of st boomer reverence. Yes okay. there's a couple of references also beetlejuice university in beetlejuice. Oh yeah you know because if you say his name three times shows up and that's kind of how it is on get hub issues. Just complain enough times. The maintainers shows up. So there's a couple of references right interweaving. But definitely steve bomber. Yes because you know get hub. Maintain developers now maintain maintaining we maintain teenage maintainers developers developers developers this maintain or maintain a retainer and suddenly maintain arrives and boom not. That's much service but service until they burn out and they're no longer at your service has as bad by plus it's c..

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"inter" Discussed on The Changelog

The Changelog

04:29 min | 4 months ago

"inter" Discussed on The Changelog

"You take a pretty deep performance hit and this is how most of virtual machines worked and some still do you run queue or something like that and you say i want to emulate those pc processor processor whatnot right right and it works but it's not gonna be very efficient. It's not going to have access to hardware and other things as virtualization and is essentially used running something as a program on your current os but you faked environments at the program. Would it program pokes its environment. It looks like it's the process one. It looks like it's running a new machine. So play this this portable runtime. It uses the lennox. Colonel is a very small lennox like the whole thing boots up in about two seconds so it uses zia fasten stuff inside and lennox. Huskies nice things and is a docker works. Which is sort of a wrapper around these features and links colonel. It has these things name spaces. There's a bunch more technology around this. He can probably do whole episode of this stuff but the sort of t. l. Dr is that namespace allow you to sort of composed almost like these virtual environments. So you can start a program Deeply both in time and space you can start program and you can say hey. Give this program like access to these hardware devices but give it. Its own sort of like foul system environment than given its own process. Identified tree like Tree and stuff and if you naval enough of those things like you know that. That's what dr dawson. Now you can serve ron. Whatever inside it. So that's play with those and each little sandbox project in play bit is one of these programs that ronson sort of a namespace and that means that you can at any point in time. You can save your entire state of your thing. You can take snapshots of anti-state. You can do all these things very cheaply like milliseconds not seconds. You can resume work. So let's say you start project on a sunday and of four hours you realize. Oh i'm gonna finish this think today. It feels a little bit. Daunting might have a web browser where a couple of tabs. I have a term two. I've got my text editor navigate a no powder to do program or something like that like all of those think logically composed this idea off a project or an environment enclosing all those things down that opening them up because you might be working on a couple of different products right all of these things open all the time and i realize talking a lot about sort of the the nitty greatest trying certainly not to the details. That's kind of my daily work. But yeah component. That is is that i want the software to be high quality to me. High-quality is reliability responsiveness. So the split part of you. I part of play. It is a decoupled sort of window server from the actual. Play what i mean with that. Is that what is drawn on your screen. And what the sides. What joined the screen. Run into different places. There is a really kind of dumb currently web. Gpu api thing. That is the display server. And that i compile macalister lynch for windows and it's part of the program that you download and run that starts up this whole thing so kind of the experience as a like video game you start play bid it goes full screen and now the thing that draws on your screen is not like vnc or anything like that it is just a local thing that creates a platform specific window that essentially at a gpo surface and play sands these web depew commands. Technically speaking. his party called dawn. Which is part of the chromium project. It's the chromosomes implementation of gpo. Chromium all it has sort of like a process. Separation like model which means that was dawn. Thus the slavery allows you to decouple the rendering from everything else so another way of talking about this. Imagine nina web browser and using web. Gpo or web gio. Its web gp survey a a successor to web deal. And so bob jailed. You say you know..

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"inter" Discussed on The Changelog

The Changelog

04:16 min | 4 months ago

"inter" Discussed on The Changelog

"Rasmus. You have worked on a lot of very cool. Software companies. big. Ma dropbox facebook early on in spotify. Now you're doing your own thing. You want to tell us that journey yet. I thank you for having me on his show of listen to change a couple of times past oldest. Also happy to have you. Yeah so my journey. I guess i'm the type of person he looks to feed ahead on the ground with an intense there. And sometimes i look up in other words i never really sort of pursued a particular career and golan's sort of really enjoyed the things that i'm doing in a moment you to some fault but mostly i think at least for me. It's a delightful way of living but in two thousand six or so very specifically in like august or july two thousand six joined spotify or spotify. I was part of the We started spotify and that obviously became very successful and that was a really interesting journey. And after a couple of years there i moved to california and worked at facebook for a while and i worked both a software engineer there and as well as the practicioner am living in the san francisco bay area. I'm sure a lot of people listening older. They know there's just at least like around two thousand ten two thousand eleven. This kind of you know. Wonderful boiling off people with similar interests since sort of computer science stuff like that so he has met all of these interesting people and i decided to you know. Try a couple of other things. Join dropbox for awhile. Worked on a bunch of different side projects and the sigma pretty early on a no work there for for almost five years and left stigma to do my own thing. We can talk a little bit more about that later. If you're if you curious but sort of like that is the that is the five minute have i done professionally now. How would you say you got to the perspective of looking to feet in front of you with an intentional stare versus say some people are more like wider scope. But you seem to have a narrow scope on like where you place your attention. I think he got there. What made you sort of adopt that practice. That's a really interesting question. I mean. I'm pretty sure it's about how is brought out but my environment stuff like that. My parents are both very sort of liberal exposed. Me on. I have a brother as well to all sorts of things with your kids you know different religions and different ways of thinking of hands off and i think having an upbringing those very contextual way focus on creativity you know wasn't allowed to watch tv elizabeth rating to play outside analysis. Right near that kind of thing It probably would guess. Seth me up to be curious and at its nature or nurture. But i'm the kind of person who when i find something that financial staying sort of really focusing on it. I guess or almost consumed bites us. Yeah so it was interesting to you at spotify or about spotify. Either the idea or the the technical aspects are what would you zone in on their. How come to you on. Spotify is a little bit interesting so in two thousand and one. I started my company together with two friends. My brother and a friend of mesh down on front will decide studio and we you know we worked on this and eventually i was able to make a living out of this move to stockholm. Sweden and i- matz mitchelson. People want they got this phone call from someone. Yes some number didn't have in my in. my job is pre hyphen. Hello little flip right. And he'll say oh. Hey yeah i got. I heard your name from this person. You you know christiane and this other person on you and this idea you want to grab a coffee of sure. Got the coffee. It was one of the funders of spotify and we met up in com. We went to say coffee where more coffee we went to nautica faye with more coffee than we went back to my place and we started comparing hacks.

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"inter" Discussed on The Masked Man Show

The Masked Man Show

04:29 min | 5 months ago

"inter" Discussed on The Masked Man Show

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"inter" Discussed on Close Encounters of the Slurred Kind

Close Encounters of the Slurred Kind

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"inter" Discussed on Close Encounters of the Slurred Kind

"To find some food. The town was completely deserted. No people on street all blinds closed. Charleena restaurants opened in the eerie feeling came back. We walked back to the camping site. Still Fill creeped out and decided then. They're not sleep there. The night we broke up our camp. driveways S.'s wicked feeling stayed for about thirty minutes. Weird part is nothing creepy really happened. It was just a gut feeling. Nothing is not right here. So sounds like two girls just be because. I didn't want to be sex, but I was going. Probably probably shipped Chabrier, boyfriend or something I don't know, or maybe you're gay friend that May, maybe you've been a little bit better I know. We'll just Austin to make things a little less creepy. I mean I don't know probably. GonNa. Get some flak for saying that, but you know. So yeah. So some of those hit or miss? Which is expect from read it, but Wanted to hear about bigfoot crossing the road, I wanted to hear about how it alien spaceship touchdown in the middle of the street. I'm Kinda bummed, but yeah. Some of the creep factors were there I guess. Yeah! I suppose. In some of these they they just weren't working now that it just wasn't their time. Speaking of time. Are you tired of your fit, but fit it dime your Apple Watch getting scratched. Did you need more classic timepiece on your wrists to withstand the elements? Of Cheese, newest endeavors view it expertly handcrafted grand into the most durable elegant watches.

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"inter" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"inter" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Be the a a a peace deal that would involve very soon afterward an inter Afghan negotiation he wants to be clearly a full partner in that and wants to lead on that and make sure that all Afghans come together are well representative I can come up with an agreement that would end the war so that we could and this long conflict and make sure that the Afghanistan stays on the right path asper spoke while attending the Munich security conference a day after a senior US official said the deal had been concluded in later remarks to a group of reporters asper declined to say whether the U. S. and agreed to cut troop levels in Afghanistan two zero well with the Nevada caucuses approaching the campaigning democratic presidential candidates have zeroed in on someone who's not stumping in that state Bernie Sanders Joe Biden Amy club Charlotte about foreign and he put a judge of all zeroed in on billionaire businessman Michael Bloomberg who's taking heat from all sides not only for trying to buy his way to the White House as his democratic rivals have claimed but also for his past statements about stop and frisk an allegation that Bloomberg oversaw a culture of sexual harassment Bloomberg a senior adviser Tim o'brien was questioned about it on MSNBC we are not trading hockey Donald Trump on the right for a Donald Trump in the Democratic Party can like Michael Bloomberg is not a sexual predator and deviant like Donald Trump Mike Bloomberg is not a flagrant an abusive lifelong being it and racist like a Donald Trump Mike is a flawed man I'm a flood men many of us are flawed but net net Mike Bloomberg is a purposeful moral decent person arriving in a very dangerous point in time right now to make sure that we have no more Donald trump's in the oval office and to compare both of them as somehow equal I think is both absurd and irresponsible it's not a good service to voters it's not a good service to the country it may be a good service to Bernie Sanders and his campaign to tee it up that way but it it's not what the reality of it is at all well he release women from these NDA so that they can be heard because what they have to say might be of interest to voters first off he said that's her words can be on the program later so sender Laura center where as a lawyer she knows it and the is a routine pieces of settlement agreements in corporate America I'm sure when she was representing corporations that actually had had done damaging things to women and D. A.'s might have been part of those settlements it will be answering it to see what she thinks about those none the less I think it's the company's position but many of the women on the other side of those MDA's also don't want this closure and and that they're respecting the terms of those agreements they're not on usual agreements these are route routine agreements I would say secondarily I think Mike Bloomberg believes fully and it's and it's borne out in in his conduct as the CEO Bloomberg LP and the founder of Bloomberg LP Bloomberg philanthropies in this campaign women should be protected from any kind of sexual harassment that they should be empowered to combat.

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