25 Burst results for "Iro"

"iro" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

05:21 min | 3 weeks ago

"iro" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"Began to talk among booming and coach by uncle. Iro right Yeah true male self inserting myself. I want to coach the okay. It'll be like kinda like steve. There's a lot of who have really good teams. And then they just don't do no work and i feel like we're this star studded roster. I can just take a back seat in chill while the team. Just goes off so yeah. This is back as the coach will go with mill was my assistant and was somebody else on the roster as well all right. That sounds perfect to me. I can be the bench warmer. That sound could be the we. We will be on my coaching staff to get the general manager putting a team together. Maybe when being he's acting up and is just too much of a locker room cancer..

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"iro" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast

Mr Barton Maths Podcast

07:46 min | 2 months ago

"iro" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast

"A brilliant project where she Collected data from six different countries in the world And what we look to add so she tested out three thousand primary school children and Primary school students and their teachers In china england new zealand south korea turkey in the us What we know about the equal sign is how much it plays. A vital role in children's learning of performing n equations solving and So far the focus has been primarily on arithmetic practice. That is being given to the children. So because it's only it's only been so far you know. A. plus b. equals something so the equal sign has been using an operational manner It kind of fosters this view wrong with you for the children. Only understand the equal sign is in they have an operational conception of it. The see do something Whereas what we want them is to refine their definitions of the equal. Sign and have more of a relational conception of the cosign which is that reflects the interchangeability of the sides rights So in emma's peach. St would publication still in the pipeline. Now it showing. How across the world. The best predictor of children's Equation solving was actually. The teacher's knowledge of the students. relational understand relational strategies. So it kind of highlighted. The big part that tilt teaches knowledge plays rather than just us focusing on on the textbooks on on under the individual. The child not the text. Don't play a role sorry it's not that you know but everything plays a role in teaches. Knowledge is big apart internationala. What did you mean i wrote. Did you say teaches knowledge. If it was it relational strategies did you say teaches. A knowledge of their students relational strategy. So when and how. They use relational strategies in there equation. Solving what's relational strategies again. Forgive my ignorance. oh That's a good question. So whether they really understand this relational conception rather compared to using the operational conception when they're solving equations. I see i see it again. Fascinates me listen. I this is something. I have not paid enough attention to just equal signing general. This is why. I just wanted to bring it up when when you mentioned it. It's the. I'm very casual with my yousef sign. I think for of my students. Equal sign is a signal that something needs to be solved be worked out and so on but the other thing i. I'm terrible outs. While i'm hoping i'm getting a bit. Better is is the distinction to equal sign in the equality. Sign so i i would the identity sign. Sorry so i would. If there was a a bracket for example to be expanded associate site to outside the brackets and the next plus three in the rocket. I would always put equals after that expecting students to know that that meant okay. We need to expand the practice. It's not equals. I won't into show me the thing that it's identical to so there's a real danger. Isn't that just casual with these signs. And it's it's kind of the classic curse of knowledge we. We know we know what we what we wanted to me but a less really careful with it can be confusing for students. Potentially what would that be fan. Yes absolutely yes. And that's exactly what this research showed that. This is an international problem. It's not just within the uk And we need to kind of raise awareness of of of expanding teachers understanding of the shooting strategies that they're using when they see the sign and promotes this relational conception of cosign obsolete fascinating. And what another thing. I just like to talk to you about. Tyrod felt so k. Would be an so when a calling foster sent me three some notes on each of each of the ten guests that are going to take part in this series. I'm always looking through the you'll notes and following phone. Some the links on came across some. You're interested in the executive function and in particular with regard to math. Now this is terrible. I then hudson. Google what executive function was right. Because i is one of those terms. I'm aware of. But i've certainly never used there so they'd have used it correctly and wanting trust me about this is that working memory. Seems to be an important part of this but it seems to be a bit above and beyond working memory now working on something we often discuss on this podcast weather talking about and cognitive load come to overload or whether the links to long term memory and so on but i'm always fascinated because and can we all also gas on who say no this this far to to thinking formal to learning than than working memory thus far too narrow a definition fall to our remodel. So i wonder. I'm could you just me a little bit about an executive fokin and in particular. You're interested in how it relates to to mathematics. Learn yes Well you you mentioned a lot of things. No sorry from surrey. So i've primarily focused on working memory to be fair working memories kind of apart of executive functions as from Children when they're young you. You don't really focus on executive functions yet because they're not all developed executive functions. The bigger umbrella. The kind of considered the separate components of attention inhibition updating etc. An all acc as you can imagine just me saying those terms you can imagine are all vital for mathematics and understanding how a particular executive functions play a role in particular when. You're doing a particular arithmetic task. Where mathematic task can reveal the cognitive processing that takes place when you're doing such a task for example In one of my studies we be talked before about the ns the approximate number system. And how things blew up since that came about so one of the tasks that we use that we're used to assess the s was the so called non symbolic approximate arithmetic task. and the ns assume to be an automatic innate system. Right so if you take that as a given then of course working memory should not play a role when you're performing such tasks so we we did a study where we looked at whether the causal mechanisms whether working memory indeed played a role. Join when you do announcing. Bollock approximate arithmetic task at the age of five and we found that indeed. You do need your working memory. So children were updating Their information the information in their working memory and therefore this particular specific task is not you know as automatic or it does need It necessitates no make domain general capacities. Yeah so. I'm not sure which. I will one thing. I'd love you to go deep from their ira. This is always fascinated. How on earth measure things like. How did he know that shoots using working memory verses that it's automatic so I love this question. So i'm going to try to explain now one of my favorite.

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Suffering Is Part of the Journey

Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

07:17 min | 8 months ago

Suffering Is Part of the Journey

"I want the world to know that when I am in my own personal crisis or when I feel like I am questioning whatever is going on in my life. You are one of the first people I call and particularly now that my is gone. You've been such a solace in bomb for me in in difficult times and I'm wondering pastor Bishop Td. Jakes what's giving you strengthen? This moment you know I have of resilient faith in God and in humanity and that has kind of steered my compass through tough days and tough times and then I realized that everything comes as a schoolmaster teach a lesson and I wanted to believe to. Isn't all life experience here to show us who we are absolutely absolutely enter bring correction correction and redirection and I think this has been a co Viet. It should have been cooked correction team because it's a lot of correction to our values to our sociological understanding of ourselves. Collectively and individually. What do you mean by sociological understanding of ourselves so I think that we have become tribal We head divided into too many segments. Millennials boomers blacks whites Brown's Democrats Republicans us them globally not just nationally but globally. And and I think this Disease that attack without discrimination made us rethink? What is humanity I think that's part of it. I think that America needs to rethink. How much of our resources we have farmed out overseas that we found ourselves needing things that we couldn't manufactured but I've gotten away from manufacturer but I think that we also have to rethink how we value ordinary workers delivery keeper. That's that's by the sociological. Because I think for the first time people who were before invisible they were the invisible men and women to a lot of people in in in our country and other countries have now become have the title of essential this. Yes but here's my concern. I watched after nine eleven. We talked about the police officers and the firemen and they were Iro's erosion. We made a big fuss insane songs and cried and candles and all that but we didn't pay them anymore and they still couldn't afford to live in the cities they protect and so we get through by. I'm wondering what we're GONNA do about minimum wage of what we're GONNA do about their families and making it possible for the people who protect us in these big cities to be able to afford to live in the city they serve in. I mean all the people in conversations. I've had I tell you the one thing that people certainly do understand and have a great respect for teachers and think that they should be paid whatever they want their own kids lives have been permanently altered and that we will take that alteration and be more united as Tim Travers. Trying to do here today Do you think that that has occurred to enough people to have a shift in consciousness for awhile awhile? We get Amnesia quite quickly. And it's amazing when we're frightened how we come down to what matters most but how quickly we deviate from it once. We feel safe and secure geared and I know that sounds negative pessimistic. But but I think for sermons and seen too many funerals to do you much. Yeah I've seen it all before and But every now and then we get a booster shot. That kind of reminds us to humble yourself a little bit and not take so highly of yourself and not to always evaluate your worth by your net worth. There's there's so many lessons to be learned here. I know I mean if you just open our eyes we can see them as we endure this crisis. You wrote this on Instagram. Last week. Be sure to lead by faith and show people that it's possible you said to be joyful no matter the condition. Where are you finding joy right now? You know I have not spent this much time at home it years. Okay with just my wife and I in the house and nobody else and so that has given me an opportunity to appreciate simplicity Sometimes we're so driven by our responsibilities that we get away trump simplicity. That's one of the things I learned from you You know you walk into the Darnall your fruit and spelling your love a blade of grass. Now I can love a blade of grass. Yes Sir you've been so inspirational. You started out talking about me but you. You've also been very inspirational. 'cause I've got to see you behind the scenes at seed. What quality human being you are and I think that this creates an opportunity where we start to appreciate each other and say it to each other. The things that that gave us comfort during this time costs no money at all a kind word a quick. Tech's a you know a a moment. Facetime checking on elderly person left alone. checking on successful people. Because it didn't matter how successful you were. This was still devastating. And you still need a little love a little hershey kisses. You know you know you. Suspended those incredible in-person services at the Potter's House in Dallas. And you say this is a great time for us all to be able to re-instill our core values and for families to reconcile and also reconnect. I mean just like you and the first lady Sereda have been able to spend time together so many families haven't and for a lot of people that that ain't so sweet. Yeah Yeah Yeah. That's true that that is true. It will either work for you or against you one of the things that I thought about the church part of it. Was You know when the teacher talks all through the classes but when the test comes she's always quiet and this was a testing moment and there was a time that we weren't able to draw from our traditional types of worship services because the test was in session? How much have we really learned? How much have we really grown? And even to those families who are lucked alone and they are combative. They will either find a way to work. Their way toward wholeness or toward a decision. That says we're better part than we are together. Not every story has a happy.

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Internet Voting Won't Help a Democracy, Even During a Pandemic

Latino Rebels Radio

06:28 min | 9 months ago

Internet Voting Won't Help a Democracy, Even During a Pandemic

"Let's talk about elections and I'll start with you Kevin because obviously cove it has transformed everything right and I think we can talk about. What were the Rico's doing with online? But could you provide sort of a like an overview about discussions happening about voting and the time of Corona virus? Like what's being discussed. What are the challenges? What are the advantages? Were the challenges. How before really get into sort of the dangers of online voting and look at the Puerto Rico situations specifically absolutely so. There's sort of two things one is that there was already a Senate bill in progress Senate. Bill Thirteen fourteen. Right which would allow Internet Voting Puerto Rico. And that happened even before. All of this virus stuff happened now. Though of course everyone is concerned about having in person voting in polling places and it's also quite challenging to get poll workers to commit to show up at a polling place and interact with dozens and dozens of people over the course of a day and potentially put their health risks so that has really been asserted second conversation on this in a sort of crisis that that has happened with our elections. We've seen lots of elections being postponed. The Puerto Rico elections were postponed once and then postponed a second time. Yeah the primary the Democratic Primary Right. They presidential primary exactly. And that's that's because of this so I think there's a general feeling of you know we need some option immediately for the current situation and then there's also a desire to think about the future and the way we hold elections in general and everyone has a smartphone in their pocket. Everyone does online banking and things so easily. It's very seductive to think that we could just do our elections from our cell phones. Wouldn't that be easy? Wouldn't that be great? Why can't we do that and it's deceptive because it's really not that easy. It's very difficult. And when we look at something like you know online ecommerce or credit card usage. There's a tremendous amount of fraud. A tremendous amount of problems. There that are acceptable in business as part of the losses that they take but are not acceptable in our elections. And we just don't have the technology yet to be able to conduct elections securely over the Internet. Maybe in ten or twenty years we will but we aren't there yet. That's interesting the way you framed in. I really appreciate it because I want to talk a little bit from the Puerto Rico context because you know when you hear it. It's like what Kevin says and like I think any person now like when they hear online voting they're like Oh yeah I do like online polls whatever and then you and then in the context of Cova D-. You're like yeah. We should do this and we'll talk a little bit about mail-in ballots after this. Because I want to kind of give some other solutions but but this bill was happening before it was gaining traction in Puerto Rico and then covert happened. Obviously that changed but to me when I hear online voting. Dorigo me being Puerto Rican. Just don't trust the government. I I mean I mean. Let's start there. I mean there's been a history of information being manipulated but you know what I mean. There's not A. There's not a trust to think that I mean Puerto Rico. Couldn't even do certain things during the hurricane reporting that that all of a sudden you have an election system that is online and perfect it just to me like like Kevin said it sounded appealing. But then when you start looking under the hood it wasn't why wasn't it appealing and what? What were the problems and so in terms? There's there's two two main arguments to this. We have the technological arguments we have the constitutional arguments and the practical arguments referring to what you're saying specifically intern impractical terms. If we look at the last four years of Puerto Rico which is two thousand. Nine Elections Happened Two Thousand Sixteen. January two thousand seventeen. This government starts were hit with Maria Hurricane Maria and there was widespread coverage of the devastation. We didn't have power. The electrical grid problems were exposed there. Since then we've seen different People Different government officers get arrested for corruption in different agents for FEMA and whatnot for mishandling government funds as to necessities in aid. That was needed. We've seen protests and having a governor have to Leave because of these protests because of animals. Now we have a governor who is constitutional government governor because of how the law is and since November of two thousand nineteen. We have this reform. They're calling it. The electoral reform of twenty twenty originally started as the electoral reform of two thousand nineteen. And what they're proposing is that we be at the forefront of technology for the Regal should be at the forefront of technology and the objective and I can maybe later right now kind of giving you a run through. I don't want to speak for too long and take up all your very smart. I Kevin Iro enjoying this so continue. This is very good. We're faced with a bill that had it was it was filed by the President of the Senate which is important on June tenth. Two Thousand Nineteen they only s held one day of hearings with only political parties. Have as the as the proponents of their positions on this bill. The ACLU wasn't allowed to to provide any testimony on the

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Dr. Mary Claire Haver, Creator of The Galveston Diet, Designed for Women in Menopause

Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner

08:01 min | 1 year ago

Dr. Mary Claire Haver, Creator of The Galveston Diet, Designed for Women in Menopause

"Meet Dr Dr Mary Clare. Hey welcome to extraordinary women radio. Mary Clare Thank you for having me. Yeah this is. I'm so excited to talk to you. Learn in about your Galveston Diet and this is at a time of year when so many of us are thinking about eating clean and healthy. I know myself I've been really Kicking awesome really a good healthy eating habits this last week and I went to the grocery store and did all my good shopping and I prepared all my foods on on on Sunday and I and I just felt really good this week so exciting. I'm excited to hear what your work is. All about. So I love stores transformation and I think we're really. I'd like to start this. Is You left behind a full-time. OBGYN the paycheck. All the good stuff that comes along with that and became an entrepreneur to start the GALVESTON. John Diet. Tell us what was the what was a pivotal moment. That helped you decide that you were going to take this leap. And how did that all unfold for you. Though once I develop the program I basically developed it I for myself because despite hundreds of patients complaining complaining to me about Midlife weight gain than me internally taking a deep breath maybe a tiny bit of an Iro and patting them on the leg and telling them to go back to the Jim to count calories and then swearing they were doing all of it and it wasn't working. It wasn't until I actually I. I can relate. I have been so unfair to these poor women who came to me for advice and to be kind minded myself. I was never trained in nutrition at all. I was in medical school. It's a you know when you see it right. Whatever that so often as there's no I mean that's just amazing to me that there's no nutrition's training in medical school? I better than others. It's definitely getting better but my goodness twenty five years ago ago when I went through and other than you know people needing trans parental nutrition because they couldn't swallow you know that kind of TBN beanstalk very very high tech but as far as sitting down with a patient and discussing just the basics of nutrition. In what they're eating. What's helping what's not helping with? No training and I realized that calories in calories out hitting the gym is really difficult to me contain midlife and there was nothing else going on That may be all these calories equality and we were missing something so marched over to the Battle Institution Department at the University of employed at the time and said hey guys was going on. This isn't working for me. It's not working when my patients and they're like look. We only do studies on the elderly and twenty five year old male athletes in a few astronauts like there's no one's paying for research on middle aged women. Wow so here's what we know. Here's some anecdotal. Like we were studying other things and we happen to look at what they were eating so I just. I got a stack of things and started reading reading reading reading on my own looking at the fads and looking at new woods. What is this about Halio? What's going on what you know? All the facts that people were trying and having limited success but not really good hells Dell's and I started seeing this recurrent theme of inflammation coming out onto something here. So the the derive doug the more that I found out about why we have increased inflammation with age especially in women especially with the changes and just blowing my mind with all the nutritional things that we could do to change that so I came up with a plan for myself. Super Selfish. Just wanted to fix me. He said all right. I know that there's definite nutritional changes that I can make that will combat inflammation. I can add in all these things that are anti inflammatory and I can remove these things that we know inflammatory. Nothing I was taught. I really did a deep dive into the intermittent fasting data came out absolutely blown away. It's fascinating this was three years ago. You know before Classes cool and also looked at the high addiction of of Americans to add sugar inseparable carbohydrates also. I said all right. Let me let me put these three together and see how they work. They work like magic on the center. Justic played literary accomplishments that twenty pounds just melted off. I was just blown away. Of course they my girlfriend's like what are you doing. Hey share so I'm a little xerox copies of my program. Mike Program Very Much N.. Handed it out to my friends. And they started giving me feedback be back and they were trying it and then I reached out on facebook to a few friends who live downtown. Hey do you wanna try this. In the nature of difference on all of a sudden my facebook group just blew up. Yeah and so many people were interested in it so that was kind of a catalyst for this is a thing I gave it away for free for a year and a half had these little test groups I thought about doing like a protocol study on it to treat menopause symptoms and because so many of the of the students were only have harsher. You better sleeping better all the things that were kinda coming along with. Menopause seem to be better outside of the scale. You know and so it was. Then I had some savvy your business friends who are physicians who who were entrepreneurs who set cleric. This is a thing like you can make this business knows me me you know and I got some advice. I tried any book. It failed miserably and meanwhile I'm still working and then I said did you know I need more time. I need to release figure this out at the same time. The administrative burdens at my job were becoming more and more unbearable and a a lot of people in medicine will tell you that the paperwork cart was just completely overwhelming. And I wasn't having enough time for patients I've heard that many times end getting older older in the hours. It'll be our task when you're delivering. Babies they come remain calm right. I'm not the girl who was cutting who was performing Caesarians at five o'clock in the afternoon. Exhume wanted to get home. I did all the right things so my I was getting tired of less resilient. My husband was working away. A lot of kids were being raised by nanny. I I just felt like they were teenagers in that. This was the right time. So when my last press Ganey scores came through on patient satisfaction. It was It was like a four point six five which I thought was great. My job is not to make everyone happy. Sometimes I have to tell them bad news or share things that are uncomfortable or whatever Ito I had a twenty five year old. NBA Yelling at me. Telling me that I had to have a perfect score and I just thought you know this is probably the right time for me to as you pull back from this. I told my husband. Let me get a year year to work on this and see if I can make this business and I can always go back you. You know. That's always a steady paycheck. My husband has a nice job. We paid off you know. The kids caught kids. College funds were set. We were in a good financial place as a family. You know basically you had some receive money and so you decided you were going to give it a try right so I decided I had some money put away and to help helped start the business and got some other advice to maybe considering online course. Fortunately we knew an online course. It's it's not very expensive to set up in its intellectual property. I didn't have a brick and mortar. I didn't you know I'm just selling service rather than a product so so it ended up being very economical and I watched the course my raving fans and it exploded from

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Kane Simms of VUX World talks Google Assistant in the voice space

Inside VOICE

03:33 min | 1 year ago

Kane Simms of VUX World talks Google Assistant in the voice space

"Now. You wrote an article a while back a vow. The current voice assistance and their marketing positions in other words. What makes them unique? And what you feel is missing from the space and I love for you to take us through the top top five and the newest one that is trying to fill the missing piece. So let's start off with Google Assistant. You say their current marketing position is search. Can you tell us why why you think they are the best for this. I think this echo was in May and things have changed since then so I think that Google position has also changed slightly out obviously first ciccio various because Google is predominantly a search company. So I'll kind of all of its origins. Are I think with the kind of Google Assistant. Searching on it will be and is conned of high volume newscasts that bound to be focusing their efforts getting such right. But I think what they've done in recent months is festival trying to keep pace with Amazon and some areas saw for example voice in the car the list Nissan. What is it about what kind of ugly looking one? Duke is it. Jukes in America Nissan Juke. I'm not familiar with it now. haven't reached the lens of the US yet the Horrible horrible looking cars. But anyway they have Google assistant in them that was on TV about the Google amid partnerships with The kind of released are going to release the pixel votes phones phones. which have Google assistant in them on the rebranded? The whole thing since May the rebranded all of the Google home devices to nest devices. So they're obviously trying to make a play in the small but I think all of that stuff really is just them trying to keep up with where I'm at and so things like pushing it into the car on releasing headphones phones. I'm trying to kind of get a grip on the spot. Home and smile hormone. Admissions to flood is more of a kind of following strategy. Well I think that will lead is mobile successive almost and when it was Iowa which might have even been before this was shut my interest off the last IRO events this year they released things like in options auctions on Beethoven. It's only a small number of use cases that can actually take abundant to it but essentially if don't know about what it is you can stop the interaction on Google Google assistant and then that will take what you say to Google assistant and pre populate your APP with those fields for example. You could say a Google book me a table a Friday night at seven fifteen people and it will take all of those things that you've just said on pre populate the fields within your with the information so it's Kinda like a shawl all courses like sumit's shortcuts it'll take from Google assistant into an op way already halfway through the user journey so I think Google General undestand pedigree and mobile. All is pretty good as well so I think mobile is one area where they will do really well weather one. That differentiates is and then also what they've tried to do as well. You'll notice is trying to kind of thread together. All of Google's services over the top of having Google assistant as the primary kind of interface foreign. So they've got the Google calendar g mail things like Youtube things like Sergio Google profile all the services that they have like docs sheets and stuff like they've got quite a lot of services services. They provide in different avenues that I could tie together on how Google assistant as the thing that beds them all together because they have a mobile footprint with you ninety nine percent of you think they can be the single and not necessarily single but the primary voice assistant fall certainly people in the android Loyd

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How to Start a Blog or Website

The Bishnu Mahali Show

11:34 min | 1 year ago

How to Start a Blog or Website

"First question that are you might ask yourself is that which platforms would you too so this is one of the question that you should ask yourself before you start your own website the first question of course so. I had a comment your platform. Let me tell you some states that I own own on the Internet so on the Internet. Although athletes that you see ir made fifty one thousand nine percent ninety six percent up the the vet said that you see on the Internet are created using place where it is open source cms software that use use that is used to create fifty one point nine six percent of the Internet's website so that's cool and next is Vicks we just seven point zero pipe percent than doom love open to one percent and squarespace three point nine six percent sand and there are also some completely accorded websites which are made on over st panel so that stupid open three six percent and then we three point one percent and then sites like Gordon Gordon decide etc which is one point six percent so you can see that are majority of the websites are over wordpress which is fifty one point nine six percent. Oh senso is huge and of course I'm to recommend you platform so obviously my suggestion is workplace. If you are starting a dynamic website which can do anything you want. I mean you can do whatever you want with all our website. If you buy a your own hosting so that's I would recommend this though platform that I would recommend what Bruce I'm not talking about what dot com I'm rocking World War Brisk Dot. Org which is called self hosted wordpress so you should open or start your website on self hosted wordpress art press platform so yeah. That's burt is still if you don't want to use wordpress and create if you want to create just a static website with few dynamic teachers are you're not simple website then our recommend whibley or dot com so you can use these these tools to create all with a side window and it will be easier to create the these websites but it won't be a very customizable it will be a static website and not completely static but you get the idea is it's not a super customizable so oh and not easy of course so you may not want to use this if you are trying to explore things and want to create bigger business to customize the website a lot so my recommendation will be workplace and even if you don't want to. Oh you is what praised you can use or start calm so let's move on so if you will if you use wordpress take recommend then you will need hosting to host your website so let's talk about all hosting so everything is basically flat that one where you back for more stories where you host or keep your website on the Internet so that they are a couple of platforms assumes that I would recommend you but let's let's talk about. two things reported okay what you should be looking king in your hosting in hosting company or hosting package or whatever so plus will you should look for apptime or who don't they should be great or. I'm inventor like Landon and poor nine percent and hundred percent hundred one hundred percent impossible or maybe sports but our state hosting the never gives you a hundred percent up time so that's that's an issue off said hosting plans I haven't I haven't tried dedicated hosting so I'll talk about it later but you should look for up aim is it it should be somewhere around ninety nine percent and of course if Dr and will be higher than the downtime. We'll below that means your site will be online for the most of the time so second thing that you should be taking this story a lot of our hosting sites. This are hosting companies. They'll that you get unlimited hosting but they are all lying. There are no unlimited story stories available and I taught blues is very honest and they will. They'll give you unlimited. It is terrific. Give actually but your side will pass them will not function properly when you reach the rich are certain point point reaches for PD beautifully made so they don't talk about it on their suspense was clearly they're lying and similarly. There are a lot of companies with who are retired are lying about their plan. They all say that you get on unlimited stories but none of them are giving you actually unlimited storage. Unlimited story is ally so you must take other stories you get I will. I won't recommend blue hose order anything any websites which still sued that you have access to unlimited storage because clearly they're lying and I don't want you recommend our company that lies and you may all also know that I I recommend bluest alert on my website myrtle soon. 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Even in Real Life, There Were Screens Between Us

Modern Love

10:23 min | 1 year ago

Even in Real Life, There Were Screens Between Us

"Caitlin Dewey was a senior in college orage when she thought she'd met the man of her dreams and then she decided to spend some time with him in person Isa Ray who recently starred in the movie little reads Caitlyn to his essay even in real life there were screens between us crawled up at the foot of my bed. My face inches from the laptop screen. I stared anxiously at Google. Chatterbox will is typing. The box told me helpfully force myself to read email. I waited for his message. Then I refresh rush my twitter feed scroll through my blog post and began brushing my teeth. Still the box said will is typing. Don't you dare get hurt by this. I met at around my toothpaste. This was a stupid idea and you knew that from the start but recognizing the stupidity of falling for someone on the Internet does not prevent you from doing it. My friends net a college radio. Dj Chats constantly with some music bloggers. She met on Tumbler. My friend to one who lives in Los Angeles days up until after three to talk to his London base girlfriend and I had just driven nearly eleven hundred miles round round trip to visit. Will I guy I met in October at a web journalism conference and got to know almost entirely on skype. I I noticed him across the table at a noisy hotel bar will own thick black frame glasses but no hairbrush comb traits that lent him the look of a basement bound attacker. If you've ever attended an Internet conference you understand how Pale skin thick glasses and scruffy hair can be attractive otherwise I can't explain it to you you in either case I liked wills weirdly overconfidence smirk and his obsession with wordpress he regaled me with the merits of plug ins and PHP until I became tired and went to bed. I'll find you on twitter. I joked when I left. I didn't expect or even want to see will again again after that weekend since he lived three states away further facetime seemed unlikely. I followed his twitter pose with detached curiosity city in January G. Chadha me to complain about work then he got drunk and message me again sometime near midnight as I uploaded photos. There's an otherwise wasted bandwidth with obvious sarcasm he wrote. Do you have that skyping. Kids talk about these days. I I've read that. Ninety percent of human communication is nonverbal skype capture that ninety percent on a low resolution video camera compresses it funnels it to a node computer and reproduces it on a screen anywhere in the world skype eliminates distance. That's why it works and and that's exactly what it did for us with my skype screen open and my Webcam on I. viscerally felt that will was sitting a food away on my bed. Ignoring The Times the picture froze or his voice cut out. I thought he looked in sound exactly like he did in person sometimes times when he leaned into the computer to read an article I'd sent him. I could see the pores on his face. We started video chatting for hours every night. Uh He from an ascetic all white bedroom me from the cupcake print corner of my studio apartment I learned that he ate takeout for every meal and slept a series of identical White v Neck t shirts and smart with one side of his mouth. When I said something clever I knew his preferred coding languages his least favourite content management system and his general hatred dancing small talk and girls in bars one one night when we talk too late I fell asleep with my laptop open and woke up seven hours later tangled in cords and he was still there asleep been the light from an open window paling young and pixellated eventually he stirred link at the camera and said Hey you. Hey I said easily. How did you sleep as the weeks went on. I told you about my last boyfriend. Agai admit in psychology class and dated for almost two years. He listened quietly his glasses reflecting my image each from a computer and gave good clear advice about letting go. I can't remember the last time I met somebody that smart and talented in ways. I certainly certainly wasn't he told me about his ex girlfriend who never appreciated his work and I texted him from classes. When I was frustrated or bored in the safety of my apartment I could see well but I can touch him. I could summon him when I wanted to talk but I never knew him in any light of in the one from his bedside lamp. This phenomenon worked in my favor as well. You know I could call him after a few drinks thanks when I felt sufficiently talkative and social I could avoid him. If I had videos to edit or blog post to write I can say whatever I wanted and risk awkwardness renews because at the end of the conversation one click of the mouse would shut him out of my room. The irony is that we flocked to the Internet for this type of safe sanitized intimacy but we want something entirely different in real life or irl is a popular term online parlance at Internet at conferences like the one where I met will twitter exploded with people celebrating Iro meetings. Oh so nice to finally see at so-and-so. Iro If so and so. I can't believe we hadn't met IRL yet. The Internet brings these people together with Hashtags and message boards but it it never satisfies them. No matter how much you love someone's blog or twitter feed it isn't there post you actually want and so so slowly cautiously will and I began circling the question of what it all meant. I really like you. He said one nine after getting home from the bar. I really like you too. I said I don't know what that means. I I wanted to find out so in early. March I rented a car begged my professor presser to let me out of Class A day early and drove five hundred forty miles to spend a long weekend in the mid sized city where we'll when I got closed closed. I called my friend to stop where I fix my makeup and Chew Gum and generally tried to calm down. Whatever it's terrible I demanded what if he's nothing nothing like I expect in fact we're was almost exactly as I expected them. Lips straight knows ooh small. Hayes allies classes. He stood waiting at the side of the street while I parked my car going forward and back four no word back until I nervously got within two feet of the curve. We kissed on the cold blustery sidewalk as the win with my thoughts around mostly. I felt relieved. I thought this works in real life. It's means something but after we kissed eight pizza and went back to his house we struggled for things to talk about in real life will start off off it nothing while we talked in real life. He had no questions about the drive or my work or the stuff that waited for me. When I went back to school. He took me out for dinner and read his email. While we waited for our food he apologized profusely but still checked his websites traffic stats while we sat in his living room mm-hmm he took me to a party at his friend's house where they proceeded to argue for hours about web design while I sat on a futons tonic stared at the ceiling drunken board and terribly concerned that I look thinner online at points. He grabbed my hand and gave me a small apologetic. Smiles seemed like a strategy game a constant dance of reaching for me and pulling back of intimacy and distance a real life and internet make believe on the last day of my visit will overslept. He rushed around around the apartment with his hair. Wet Tie tied looking for his laptop. According to the plan we made the night before he would go to work and I would leave when it suited me dropping his spare keys in the mailbox in the front hallway where I stood rubbing. My eyes will hug me goodbye and told me to drive safely. He struggled for a closing statement. It was great to see you he said at last I didn't leave right away after I showered packed and studied the books nearest fireplace a set for a long time at his kitchen counter trying to work out what happened. I didn't like being surrounded by his things. I I felt more comfortable in my room with my things and with his presence confined to a laptop screen. I wrote him a note before I left. Dear will thank you so much for having me this weekend to spend time with you. In Person I signed my name left on the counter. Then willing myself not to cry. I dropped his keys in the mailbox walks and gundy home

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"iro" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"iro" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Fail. High. Lone goal on. Touch him all time for Nolan. Iro Rockies strike first to nothing Colorado, once you pitch to Blackman early hits that to the right side and through the global Martina. Right field take out there got to kneel on a slide, but they get the glove down in time, and we'll see if they'll give Charlie hit, they're going to yes, they are three hits tonight for Charlie Blackmon. Think about that, now he has eighteen hits in his last five games. That's insane. The clip at which Charlie Blackmon is hitting right now is phenomenal. In fact, we had talked about his weekend series, a four-game series with fifteen hits. But now he's working on a streak in which he's had at least three hits in five straight games. This guy is on a tear. So, yeah. I would think you would air on the side of. Yes. Charlie blocked by got another hit, Jack Corrigan and the Rockies radio network. And so right now in the National League West, they're still trailing the dodgers by ten games, not insurmountable. But they're they need to say about five hundred hope the dodgers, come back to the pack a little bit. Of course, there's always the wild card option. The dodgers, by the way, got a shutout run from Clayton Kershaw, and a grand plan from Keith Hernandez, and they were able to win. On Tuesday night. It's after hours with Amy Lawrence CBS sports radio, as we were going on the air. So this is two a m eastern time Minneapolis would've been just before one o'clock central time and it was a game. It just kept going and going and going between the Red Sox and the twins. The Red Sox had taken a one run lead in the thirteenth Mookie Betts home run, but max Kepler. Well, he was waiting for his opportunity, number one..

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"iro" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"iro" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Your favorite turtle? That's a good one. Leonardo IRO guy. I think nice. Yeah. Nice. Although, yeah, I slightly Leonardo. Leonardo's a great turtle may make you just makes you want to get some pizza, doesn't it? Ben yet for pizza. Yeah. Okay. Sixty one year old man in Florida. This week was arrested for disturbing the peace. He said don't mess with me or I will call out my army of turtles. So here's my question listeners three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred an army of turtles like giant. Turtles would be scary. But what army of animals would make you the most afraid take any animal imagine that they are fifty feet tall. And they are an army working together as one unit which animal would scare you the most Karm. I don't know if it's because I'm such an ego maniac that I don't think of these ideas that I think it's such a bad weird thing that you're coming up with. I'd be terrified of any animal, man. And a fifty foot aunt, ooh. Let's fainting. It'd be all over a turtle. A big octopus. With the lease scariest. Turtles can't move. I'd be afraid of some turtle coming after me. Did you come up with an answer yourself over there for me? It's easy for me. It spiders big spider. I I'm afraid of a little spider. I can't imagine a fifty foot spider. And then you have like a ton of spiders working in unison. That'd be scary. So do you have like nightmares going on over there? You're like you're waking up in the middle of the night. And I don't sleep. Okay. So there you go. You're just you're you're hallucinating calls are coming in three three one to eight seventy. I'm sure they're they're flying in for this one terrifying. Insects if fifty feet tall. I could be an check could be an animal like cats. Fifty fifty foot cat a fifty foot K spit a hairball on you. What about a fifty foot dog? Would you be afraid of a dog or they still twelve? Dogs of one hundred percent. I agree. Yes. Curtis or hornet of beer. I I wouldn't be afraid if they were Charlotte Hornets do judge. They never scary. I wouldn't be either. But what's that new terrifying? Movie. That's less us. You're going to see that. Yeah. Love to Jordan Peele, man. Everything he touches turns to gold master of suspense, right? Put myself into the horror movie thing, I just don't make. I don't put myself through that this this is Carmen horror movie. No, it's not true. I'm on the edge of my seat. And then I don't sleep. Why would you willingly do that for yourself? Get out must be up for weeks. Have you ever seen the exorcist? No. Seriously. I have not seen Halloween never seen the excesses thirteen. What do you do it night? I've watched sports I read sports too. I've I I don't know. I don't want to see movies. I'm going tonight. The exorcist is is probably the scariest movie I've ever seen. Jaws is is Sarah. Georgia horror movie. No jaws great film. Great film causes phenomenal. But that's that's brilliant. All right. We got we got to hand over the show. I see James is apparently in for Amy that right? Great. Okay. We'll talk to James the second seven twenty WGN.

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CSIRO shines a rainbow under the Milky Way

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

05:50 min | 2 years ago

CSIRO shines a rainbow under the Milky Way

"Sydney has always been Austrailia party city and next to its knees fireworks celebrations. The biggest party on the harbor cities. Calendar is its annual gay and lesbian mardi graphist of all as part of this. You celebrations Australia's National Science agency. The C Siro has lit up its economy Australian square kilometer array Pathfinder radio telescope in a rainbow of colors, six of the twelve midday dishes, located in the remote within the strain outback and displaying different color of the rainbow against the backdrop of the Milky Way to Mark the CSI rose in our world participation in that she's mardi gras parade. At least fifty hours staff will March in the parade on March. The second holding a giant DNA, double helix. Silla breeding organizations commitment to diversity the theme being diversity is in our day. Dr Sarah is deputy director of SIA Siro astronomy. And space sciences says us. The strain square kilometer rape Pathfinder was appropriate because it points to the futures space research, the Pathfinder at located the Murchison radio astronomy observatory some eight hundred kilometers north Perth is testing technologies which will be incorporated into the massive multibillion dollar square kilometer array project, the world's largest radio telescope now being developed in outback Australia ad in South Africa pieces. The pathfinders used by diverse group of strontium is from ride around the world. So it's an appropriate setting for rainbow display of ask cap dishes 'em in rainbow colors dish. And we've done that to demonstrate really commitment DeVos to celebrate that were walking up mardi gras and also because he uses telescope really diverse and we want to demonstrate to them as well that we're inclusive and welcoming to everybody important is diversity in an organization as large and diverse itself as the space IRO you have fingers. So many pies from astronomy through the marine sciences geology through engineering yet. Look absolutely do it. And so a really wide range of science and in order to attract and retain really the best talent internationally thing. We have to be very welcoming people have to be comfortable able to bring that whole best selves to work. And there's also a lot of evidence that suggests that diverse teams more innovative, and they make more revenue and then more effective. How's that going? We'll re up to that in its commissioning phase now, so it's thirty six fishes and innovative radio cameras rule starting to work together. But it's already delivered some really great science. For example, we've detected more than twenty fast radio bursts ready with the telescope, even though it's not quite fully working at. And of course, the good thing was asking is. You haven't got microwave ovens there to accidentally opened up before they've finished cooking. You get any false ratings. Now, if I kept we think is on what's the world, best radio observatory? Because extremely quiet. It's around three hundred fifty kilometers from the newest town. And so that's why we've gone left because it's very radio, quiet. Are you knew the Murchison world through to raise? That is that. Yes, that's right. So we're both both on the Murchison and registrar observe a tree which is managed by CSI Arroyo. And we're very pleased to be able to share it with with them delight Murchison's of different type of radio telescopes setup, isn't it? Yeah. That's right. So much than why field array is a low frequency telescope, and it does Catholic precursors for the square kilometer. Right. Which will also be the same site when it gets built in Australia in a couple of years that's already up and running the early stages of that for the square kilometer array, what about the astray inside of things. So we've been running up precursors now as I say caps. Nearly nearly am open running and w is bemoaning number of years. But we've also been working on the design for the telescope. What we've learned from us Cap'n MWA, we'll be fading into the K design the two. Functions of what's being built in Australia, and what's being built in South Africa. You looking at different ends of the electromagnetic radio spectrum out you low frequency radio waves and winds looking at midway prince radio eight. Yeah. That's right. So they'll be complementary and what happens then once you collect that data. Somehow there's going to be an awful lot of data to try and process and determine what you want, and what you check out, and what you cave and Hetty dual letting witty store it. And how do you simply get that amount of data from one place to another as an S k- Tecom. Oh, absolutely data radio telescope producing masses more data than we've been used to radio. Astronomers Esca will have an archive that something like two three hundred PETA bytes of data year, so solving that big data challenge is one of the key things will be working on over the next year. That's the big problem isn't Hetty. You know, what you keep his worth keeping headed? You know, what you Chuck out stuff that you can afford to get rid of you can afford to lose. So that's a really key challenge. And for the first time with these telescopes the computers, the supercomputers that when the data were really part of the telescope because we have to process the data more or less at the same time as it's taken. We just can't afford to stole the data anymore in this curse. We're talking about a new generation of computers. Some of the biggest in the world. That's right. Look will require for k x o scale kind of computing. So they'll be those will be big computers than anybody has now. Fortunately, we've got a few years yet to get this is all being coordinated from Manchester England S K headquarters in Manchester. There were ten member countries all over the world, and we really very much enjoyed that international. Collaboration. In fact, in two weeks time, we'll be doing in Rome to sign the treaty fast. It's too syrup. His deputy director of SIA Sira, astronomy and space science,

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"iro" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"iro" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

"I had to comedy shows. I was straight as an IRO was showcasing at all jokes aside. So why would you set up a fucking showcase if you're working at the other club, a less other club doesn't have a Sunday night. And you're Sundays open. Then you get a hotel room. You stay at the condo. And you showcase. That's what you do. I want against protocol. I got the showcase on the Saturday night. I already ate a bag decks Joey's. So here I am driving around trying to not them. I finally get their twenty the park. You know, cause you ain't gonna drive around for two hours. Right. You got a shirt on kidding? Get out your showcase gotta look good. So I had valet the fucking car running. And it was like seventies night. It was like a black semi's retro. Everybody was dynamite. Everybody was cool. Like I walked in law. The nice jackets people dancing the night. Let's get this comedy clubs dawn, and the whole thing the DJ in it was a great little club. And I don't know who I worked with. I don't can't even tell you all I know is up there and just made a whole lot bombed with bomb Arab my back. Okay. So taking take up in terrorist with a bomb on them. And then put them on my shoulders. That's how bad I fucking bomb because I was all fucked because you're just running in you didn't get chance that and composed. You don't think about everybody wanted to talk to you? Yeah. Yeah. Other than. No, no, no. I was still in Colorado. I wasn't even Seattle yet. That's a green that was that's how fucking green I wasn't even featuring hope and prayer to tell you had Iran over them eight a bag of Dicks, and I remember walking out of that. Nobody would make thou worst. And you always know when you know, black club, you don't get paid. No. It was not gonna pay me. They just stop talking to me. A good set. Boom. I get paid. If I don't have a good set done show. No money involved at all. This is I'm in town feature. I like to showcase 'cause Geno. Yep. To clubs yet. Come on by brother. You know? Okay. I figured I go down. I do twenty book yet two weeks a work. Who cares? If it's a black lab. I didn't get fucked. I'm looking to fuck a run I was running. So I would just ate a bag dex. I didn't even go up two guys. And I'll call you Monday. I know what time it was. Yeah. Can't be that stoop. I drove back to Joe he's another bag dex that was the end of that night so many bags decks. But now, that's why you're the monster did, well, that's what people do not understand. That drives me crazy people think noun stand the I do stand up for years. You do stand out. What are you crazy?.

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"iro" Discussed on WHOREible Decisions

WHOREible Decisions

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"iro" Discussed on WHOREible Decisions

"Having that makes me go on Iro's, and she has a limit of six, but you won't know like, you don't know what number you are unless maybe you get an early in the morning, but then she could have had a really late night. Call. So that makes sense when when when all of my friends when we're on seeking arrangement I've been on there. It's it's a lot of scams now on there a lot of cameras or it's a lot of men on there that are on. They're not looking for quote unquote professionals, but they're also not looking to pay that allows because they do want girlfriends and relationships, and it's like, my nigga you on the wrong side swipe on tender. It's really frustrating. But also, and I do wanna make this announcement while we're speaking on seeking arrangement a lot we've been getting a lot of messages asking about seeking. I will say if anyone is on their asking for your Bank account information that is not the way sugaring or any of this works. So do not ever send your Bank account information over there either. Well, and if you're looking for cash, either meet him up on a date and ask for the cash or you. Can't do like a cash app that's the safe route. But if they're saying they can do cash apper pay Pao then on trust. Trust. What What are are you you doing doing? it for because so it's a scam? So they're the dating scam. And I only know this because I fucking tonight geria- learned about it. But it's called dating and basically Nigerian dating the scam. So Nigerians will get on their using pictures. Sometimes they do use women as decoys like for the phone calls, and they build relationships with men to send the money. So they'll send the bitch. No money, man. So or a lot of what do you mean, they they get their Bank accounts? And now they have credit card. It's like a part of the credit cards. Now, they can literally I don't know what technology they do to use it. But they'll either get your Bank account information or for the other gaming part. This is four men possibly seeking women. They'll do it to where. Now, they'll have a man like you who wants a woman, but sending her money without ever meeting her type of night. So there's that. But I don't know. I guess do you wanna go heading jump into our our home L segment? Or did you have any other questions? I didn't want to know about your worst experience to worst experience. Did you ever have someone that wasn't who they said they were like how did you get them? You get a little less than that. Right. I think I would imagine. Then you don't like tender or some shit bitches are tongue alike. Enhance their appearance a little bit. I mean, they definitely put it for their best put foot forward in their profile. But. Find ways to mitigate that like, you know, like was he is Graham, whatever only fifty me after six I would I don't that's going on. I don't like giving my Instagram out from seeking regiment or Tinder sites. I couldn't imagine being on sugar baby saying giving my Instagram then you kind of like reveal yourself. Yeah. I wouldn't do that. What's the closest you got to sugar baby? Have you ever taken one family vacation? You know flown is like places. Okay. You vacation home. Okay. I mean, okay. I hear you. But not like, I keep those worlds separated and work, women's Gotcha. Do they know your real name? Yeah. I'm not like, I'm not fucking bad, man. Right. Super..

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Sean Bean won't leave Hitman 2 alive

Kinda Funny Games Daily

00:59 sec | 2 years ago

Sean Bean won't leave Hitman 2 alive

"Tongue-in-cheek thing he gets killed in every move. I show nature of the crash showing the characters is no people that might not know the meta. Yeah, Sean bean is has has gone for himself whether deliberately or not a reputation for playing characters who die. Yeah. If Sean bean shows up in a in a in a movie or TV show, there's a good chance. He's gonna, create thrones Lord of the rings joins being the most famous example. So I like that they poke fun of it. I liked that the character is playing is this guy who's faking his own death and the dying, but what's really neat about it is the trailer. They put out a live action trailer of him being interviewed by therapists, right? And the character being interviewed and he's in character in the it's really well done in really well acted and I was watching it like expecting for the IRO of how do they pigeon hole in this, a Hollywood star movie started doing like, oh, this is really well done, and it's cool to see like as usual, I o and hitman doing something interesting with a loser targets and hey, we're gonna come in and

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"iro" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"iro" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"And then you decide you're going to do multifamily. Let's talk about what you saw in between that time. Did you go into any road trips? Oh, yes. We we went on lots of road trip. We saw, you know, lots of properties, I wouldn't mind owning some you know, I I really I wouldn't have wanted to own. But during that time got lots of education, we also had a chance to speak with other people, you know, on those road trips who already had bought who are interested in buying. So it was a lot of knowledge gained before we actually pull the trigger on the road trip. And you knew what to what to look for. Now the road trip. You know life is all part of that lifestyle. Education will grow triple overly. Great. Now big. Talk about what we have a lifestyle. We gave out financial information to to one of their consultant. They give you a by. They don't tell you what to do. But they say this is the main vice you wanna have invite who were given with. We may want to do a IRO independent ownership as opposed to being a passive because of the resource. Every day with took a look at it. Because we're going to the road shows you how people run their operation that we tried to get a very big apartment complex. We're going to be competing with beacon. Beak syndicate or the the groups, and if I'm going to semi apartment, I'll tell to a group because they're more likely to close I don't wanna be small with the mom and pop because that's too small for economies of scale. But we found a place in the middle. That was too small for the large cynical. They wanna get into large for typical individual person to reach. And that was a back that we found, and that's what we ended up back we've found left competition there. We still had all of the port is where a big a big company in Witten to get financing. We got the same kind of funny that the big companies get and we did that on purpose because we knew that there were safeguards that are put into large large apartment financing that we could get because of the contact we made a lifestyle. So our lending looked a lot about like the guy who are twenty and thirty. People in a syndicate in that knowledge. You get from being in lifestyle going on the road trip talking to people about how this at the financing up. How does it the management of apartment complex up all those kinds of things we use? Although we're small we use those same cut that big that a lot of work every day, and I have to out in the apartment complex Bill. Beating the both from corporate America. I'm sure that your companies have non disclosures and statements you have to sign.

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"iro" Discussed on The Talk Show

The Talk Show

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"iro" Discussed on The Talk Show

"And because like so a combination of that and what you just described like the the margin between the keys being thinner basically that it makes it for me for my hands, it makes it harder for me to orient myself by feel on the keyboard it has. It feels closer to just a flat piece of glass. The IRO key thing I'll never get used to and I, it's, you know, it seems like this is was not a temporary blip on Apple's design tastes like they're all in on full-sized left and right our keys and half size up down keys, but not having that upside down, t shape to orient by feel I, I don't know that I'll ever get used to tons of mistakes. I am. I am literally thinking, I swear to God. I'm thinking as I am even if this were my machine that I owned, I might I might do it, but I'm seriously thinking about making half half height strips of gaff tape and putting them on the bottom of the left and right keys. I. It's not a bad idea. I that's gaff tape center review unit gaff tape is how I solved my problem with the orientation of the apple TV remote is I just put a like a belt of gaff tape around the bottom part of the apple TV remote. And then I run my fingers along the side. And when I feel the tape, I know which way it goes in the darker without looking at it, and I kind of feel, you know, gaff tape, moral man introduced me to gaff tape. Gaff tape is the one of the most amazing anybody out there that doesn't have a role of gaff tape in the house. Go out to go to Amazon and buy one right now. You'll thank me later. It is the most. It's the most amazing tape in the world. The name comes, I believe from the movie industry gaffer's are I think the people who like adjust the lights and stuff like that, like the lighting stands. And so they use this black tape. Once they get the light in the right position, they'll tape it down on the set so that it can't move. But gaff tape, like unlike something like duct tape, that's supposed to be like permanent. When you peel it. Gaff tape is very strong and it holds its cloth like invented. It is quite like, so you and so you can rip it perfectly straight because my hand, you don't need says, but you don't need scissors. You rip it straight. It's it's easy to rip and it holds as much as you want. But then when you unpeeled there's almost no residue or no residue. My concern on your on putting it on the keys that you might get some on the screen. Right, exactly. I would have, but it would be well, it would kind of be in the middle of the screen there. So there'd be the I, that's exactly my thought because it would absorb finger oil and then it'd be too little oily spots on this cream. But I cleaned my screen regularly because I, I'm very sensitive to. I'm actually appalled at how many tiny little smudges I've gotten on this machine in the last week. Everyone of the people who has those microphones cloths that you put over the keyboard. You close the laptop. I used to use one of those used. I forget when I stopped, but it used to be. I forget what generation of is probably in the PowerBook era, but up until a certain point in a PowerBook era, it was inevitable that you would get keyboard shaped marks on the display. Well, no. See that was just by closing the deliver notable because I talked was last night. So if if you put it in a bag where there was like something on top of it where he'd carry it so that it would compress it slightly if there was any pressure applied to that top screen lid, it would contact the keyboard. But if there is no pressure squeezing squeezing it closed more, it wouldn't touch because I, I had a g four, aluminum, PowerBook, and I heard about this. And so I basically constantly arranged my bags such that it would never get pressed on and I never had those marks and everyone else I knew had them in mind was perfect. I didn't know about that..

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"iro" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"iro" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"So carbohydrate you see allen pinkett and don crickeer out as the radio play by play crew for notre dame football i did see that so they've been doing it forever allen pinkett since i think two thousand one i don't know creaky seventy eight also notre dame awam called nfl games for forty seven years on nbc and cbs they opened their seasons september first they host michigan a new radio team has not been announced carver high we should go for the notre dame radio crew job media mafia that they're going to want us to live in south bend it appears that's what allen pinkett is saying the reason is that they were let go he said is because they want to do all kinds of shows from south bend where the the radio team is located they want him to be there for everything wants to be dedicated to the university can't live out doc you have an eastside job can't come on saturday none of that they'll just show up and do to gain you gotta live the culture lived the lifestyle like tony robbins their baby that's it tony roberts the living legend from westwood one and mutual number broadcasting when tony roberts called the hands tony roberts of southbound will the iro did you think don cranky had been doing the notre dame games for too long kara hi unwilling echo there no yeah get a fresh crew in their forget we need spice it up a little give me somebody else he was one of their best backs but now it's time now it's time for him to go out to pasture give me a new crew even like creek he's all but down pink gets not old doesn't have the commitment how do you think allen pinkett is about my age fifty four so he's he is older than me somebody's finally older than me mafia there's a couple here and there.

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"iro" Discussed on Riggle's Picks with Rob Riggle & Sarah Tiana

Riggle's Picks with Rob Riggle & Sarah Tiana

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"iro" Discussed on Riggle's Picks with Rob Riggle & Sarah Tiana

"Kennedy when a when a woman takes a hot d and a tim horton's and throws it at the guy work at the register that's damn funny i don't care who you are that's funny shuli what is this certain juice yes she norton's and throw to the cashiers heathrow at a cashier shit at a cashier now think about that video does look a lot like your sister nobody knows if she was in canada or not nobody knows even iro's so start all right then i real quick i just need to clarify something rob that movie let's be cops great movie everybody loved box office smash it's i i had a lot of friends on that movie in the costume department they said every day every single day they had to clean shit stains out of rob's costume every single day sembene is mentally ill and his asto cone liar and this is this is not me talking i know it sounds like i'm defending myself or trying to create a wall of confusion it's just stone cold fact it's clinically proven it's registered with the state of california's sam levine is a midnight stroke that's actually a medical term it's a medical term his amidst minutes schober and a stone cold bs her does actually that's medical me doesn't matter terms california internet fake news by the way supporter so supporter in england bastard before you even cast in that movie just so you know burn wriggle.

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"iro" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"iro" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Dot com i repeat all of the customer experience so i oversee sales and marketing and then i have enforcement enough yet like that and because she's served tell us about that rose specifically i just posted a link for people that are following us on facebook live to the site where they have it on airline roses at tells it a little story about it but it's a beautiful red rose that you guys developed in why did you call it because she served all the women veterans in oregon have iro's that they designated for their chapter and they purchaser sweet little red drafted road and two years later it turns yellow on there and they were very disappointed and then they had a really hard winter they lost it and they thought it was on forever so they approached me this year and they really wanted to write director rose four your captor because this is a one hundred year anniversary of women in the third and as we started talking we recognize that this is not this about women marines this is about all women that have served and whether you in you know armed forces for in government office or civil service there really needs to be an and then you know a recognition for these wouldn't so we decided that we wanted to really make this a road for all women and the worst because absolutely so fitting that could possibly have the type of thing and you know so it's kind of a a great story this wasn't just a rose that was developed because of the color of the fragrance or the you know the style of what it was to match this this tribute it's actually the rosen solve has a lot of history and a story behind it kind of overcoming all odds on on the goals of being being completely you know tossed at one point in time coming back and now bringing you back at this point in time at this milestone of one hundred years of women in the military you know that's a that's an exciting thing and that's a great story behind the rows the rows itself what what kind of roses it and how does it grow.

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"iro" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"iro" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Process before where they have to use a desiccated because the fluid inside the a could expand a 'cause you know how ice expands when it freezes water what it turns to ice it expanse so they have to as they thought they have to put fluid back in ice atomic solution or whatever but we're able to freeze embryos for years and then turn around and use them freezing a brain may work i don't know what's going on with that dr kevin iro and the head transplant i'm not sure what happened with that remember there was somebody getting all excited about that and then they said no we're not going to use your we're gonna use somebody in china because that's what the procedure is gonna take place i don't know we'll tell you more about that do i think they could really attach the severed heads to somebody else into figuring out ways where we're not going to be taken over by robots i think there's a lot of other things we can be putting their time and money to which we're not doing speaking of which flu vaccines so while some companies are trying to figure out how to do a flu shot shots universal we have another company that's trying to come up with one in pill form don't go away with right back one eight seven seven valley.

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"iro" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"iro" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And sleep with me which began a story on this american life now he joins us in studio to talk about a show in his career in comedy and whatever else comes up and good to have you with us robbing banks raga actually a lot of things began a euro guy who threw a punch tickets in washington dc we'll your career very much launch thanks to npr an ira glasson yeah i think i think iro ira sir claims not to have been over long track for my career britain but i i turlov credit his way i i had been doing stand up and like you said i've been dean doing tickets at the door to washington dc and prov and i moved to new york and then i always wanted to be on this american life and i never could find a way to to get them a story that i had written until i did the moph storytelling series i told the story about sleepwalking that became the basis of the my movie sleepwalk with me and incident where spoiler alert i trump i sleepwalked through a second story window in my sleep um and an ira heard the story in any put it on the show do you still sleep well i do yeah yeah it's eight will you know what i have is called rim behavior sorta rvd ah as a matter of fact the authority or a sort of the father and works not far from here stanford dr william see demands done on the show yeah brilliant guy he actually makes a cameo in sleep walk with naiades himself yeah that's the president's ever sleeps in her really does some splendid work the hazing yeah and but.

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"iro" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

Sodajerker On Songwriting

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"iro" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

"I am where i heads be able to kind of just leave something to go back to work to later and that's part of the reason why did i want to discplined myself finishes song in aceh immense tomen sometimes it fly to to sons in one session you know an at one point event bit mad my manager had meeting threesome whiten sessions day light cosby very answers yet every rams vote to melts they went the best sounds like written off to say for i really enjoyed the ones that i did buy palm oak a really well with lee wrote a couple of songs three sons i think together am patrick davis sorrow tucson's for him an antelope trolley iro i'm accomplice unceremonious wore black tis with our most swashbuckling tuesday actually surreal on the song rule thank you sounds almost like a stumbled already rethink their which with them patsy cline eleven now i got after them the jills allen show in senescent those are a few reviews on things life is to semi and it was like and she still not old standards black bears even though the core version of black tears loves thinking okay um i i fell not quite flattened be honest it's a striking saw you're listening this is where you started we thought yet image i have a notebook with me all the time i tell you notebooks and little back of books poach in i'm away with the fair i followed a for a long time i used to try and not be away with the fairies salah found we self miserable run dare i let me self go there now on a i move chap your belly m four black tears yeah all right down either billlion ourselves that somebody says are chorus or whatever and that was just a little tight because i had a breakup i had a bad goodbye and i remember common int the door the house the most people have even miron eighthour to check yourself before you leave noon and dare i closed the jr night i saw reflects in the mirror on it was.

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"iro" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"iro" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"As we have three more years of microsoft gugelmin villain apple all are in various stages of reducing sport for flash in their various browsers and all say they that they are you're on board for the 2020 end date now all stopped supporting it 2020 as well most of the browsers don't supported directly by default anyway you have to click to approve it and stuff like that act of 25 years and existence do you think do you think when all said and done the dust settles flash be opensource so that like all that history speaking of web history continues to live honor do we just cut the cordon move on entire i mean there've been opensource alternatives to flash all along so it would be it would it would take adobe on twenty and 2020 saying here you go it's opensource don't think adobe really dislike please defusing its security herhard let's test assist ended now is the thought though colin angle ceo of iro bought they're the makers of the room robotic vacuum cleaner told reuters that his company wants to sell mapping data created by room rumas to third parties like amazon google and apple starting in 2015 room but began using a camera and some other sensors to make a map of its surroundings before just kind of went on an algorithm now it actually map so it knows where it left off when it goes back to recharge itself and come back all that sort of thing the data could be very helpful let's say you have other smart home devices that map could help them understand the layout and may be provide better positioning for themselves or or understanding of of what's going on in the house also companies could market these devices to you better if they're like oh well you have the size of a house you only need this many of this or this is the kind of thing we would work.

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"iro" Discussed on The Kind Rewind

The Kind Rewind

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"iro" Discussed on The Kind Rewind

"Not to come down as hard on qatar in this episode as i did in imprisoned but this is what i'm going to try to try to manage my language better because i think that win like for example i said the winter sauces part one is a good iro episode showcases him well i don't mean to say that this was a bad qatar episode because i think it was written to be this way i think this i'll i'll call this this was a tara growth opportunity episode and i will say for one it's very very relatable i can remember this feeling of like especially growing up doing like musical theater in acting in an children's dinner and stuff of like some of my friends coming out in addition further first thing in like high school and incidentally like getting cast in likely rawls and so forth like okay well i've been working at this since i was seven but that's cool okay gray this is a very relatable feeling that said stuff like stealing the scroll from the ship and then like stealing at when angan soccer sleep to go practice on our own it's it what it is his moments like that as an adult watching the show remind me oh yeah these me main characters are children you know i don't know if this is in opposition to what you're saying but i don't think that in this episode it really matters that it's qatar who steals this stuff because i feel if it had been framed in a different way it could have been soccer as well like if it was a sword um and then he was trying to teach and how to fight with a sword yeah like it's it's just the object that it's the action that matters not related to object i think that so like you said it's a it's a growth opportunity but it is just because there it's kind of a.

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"iro" Discussed on The Kind Rewind

The Kind Rewind

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"iro" Discussed on The Kind Rewind

"Home or spend arse sorry pointed out in the group that i might have given zuko a little bit of our my shortchanged him a little bit because i was talking about like him in the dual thing um i i made zayed in things egos goes rigor fiber does not wanna met i know he's ago fibonacci i know specially is like the son of the fire lord like he's super talent done it's more just like everything we see in like the first two episodes is mostly like iro talking to him about i'm not doing good enough and if the mostly just i here's what i am i think we're supposed to understand he is a very good firebrand are key could be he added ray firemen that's the thing he could be like the great asked if he would just kind of get over his issues right and if he if he used more breath on lost anger we ask so it's not that i don't think he's clearly a great far bender his kick in everybody's buds but like he's not quite fire lowered level because he hasn't like harnessed is stuff or whatever anyways they kicked these guys butts they do great eireann's ugo working together specially because yukos trained by iro so the two of them working concert very well just a great into great iro episode so i forget where does aims so england follows hot hype bay hot hype by hey whatever when he follows hey by befalls hey by um he kind of like crashes into this bear statue and many leg gets back up he threw a sad because he hasn't been able to save soccer and he walks back but turns out he's in the spirit within this beer world nobody can seen and is thought where this episode ends on the next one now i think that this is where we just handed the two 'cause i've had remember i think like he then um.

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