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The Magic of Energy

The Pulse

01:48 min | 6 hrs ago

The Magic of Energy

"Energy fuels our lives in ways that seem magical energy turns darkness into light cold into warm water into ice but of course. That's all physics. Not magic but energy is kind of like magic if you think about the rules. Magic is all chaos. This is from the netflix series. The witcher conjuring something from nothing. There is a give and a take. The same is true for energy you never create or destroy energy. You only converted for one form to another. That's clifford johnson. He's a professor in the physics and astronomy department at the university of southern california. There's a fundamental law. Perhaps one of the most fundamental laws in physics is what's called conservation of energy which is precisely this idea that it it changes from one form to another but you never really destroy it or created. Let's say you want to make a couple of team you turn on the stove and energy is released. It's either the chemical energy stored in the gas that you're going to then burned or electrical energy coming in through the wires. The energy from the stove converts as the water heats up the temperature of the water represents how much energy every individual water has on. What they're doing is they're really just jiggling around And you're making the jiggle more. Raise the temperature. You pour the water into the t pod. It warms up hot the air around the table. It's on energy is slowly leaking out everywhere but most of what you want where you want it to be is is in the hot tea

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Gov. Eric Holcomb Vetoes Bill Limiting Local Health Orders

WISH TV's News 8 Daybreak

00:48 sec | 7 hrs ago

Gov. Eric Holcomb Vetoes Bill Limiting Local Health Orders

"Is speaking out against a proposal in the State house that would limit local health order. See Indiana Public Health Association says the legislation could significantly damage public health in the state. At issue is the measure the governor vetoed earlier this week. General Assembly wants to allow county commissioners and mayors to put together emergency orders and reverse decisions by local health departments. The I P H A is asking to collaborate with lawmakers for what it calls a more comprehensive approach. A simple majority vote in both state House chambers could override the veto. One thing that we learned over the course of the last year and a half is things shift and things moved. So I don't want to. I don't want to give up that solid ground. I think the proof is in the pudding. When you look at the number The Public Health Association is holding a news conference this afternoon. At one. The state

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Ohio COVID-19 Case Rate Drops to Lowest Since October

Lance McAlister

00:16 sec | 17 hrs ago

Ohio COVID-19 Case Rate Drops to Lowest Since October

"Ohio Department of Health says this week's case rate per 100,000 people has dropped for the third continuous week. Ohio, reporting nearly 1400 new cases of coronavirus in the past day. That's below the three week averages Well,

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Construction Worker Killed in Newton, MA by Collapsed Concrete Wall

WBZ Afternoon News

00:38 sec | 19 hrs ago

Construction Worker Killed in Newton, MA by Collapsed Concrete Wall

"Accident this morning in Newton. One worker killed We get details from WBC's James RoHaas. It was in the backyard of this house that's under construction, where the concrete wall came crashing down, leading to one person being killed. Doing the fire chief Gino Lucchetti says It was just before eight o'clock when they got the call here on Winchester Street. We started out rescue operations into our rescue operations. We realized I had a certain time that the person under the wall was not viable and it turned into a recovery operation. The street was closed for hours as the Fire department police and OSHA investigated. It's not clear what caused the wall to collapse.

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NHL Fines Rangers $250K for Criticizing Player Safety Call

Drew Garabo Live

00:58 sec | 21 hrs ago

NHL Fines Rangers $250K for Criticizing Player Safety Call

"Completely manhandled and brutalized multiple players for the Rangers. The Rangers put out a statement on Twitter that was very heavy handed in a bunch of different ways. This has come down a short time ago. The NHL has find the New York Rangers. $250,000 further public comments to 50 public comments of the nature issued by the Rangers that were personal in nature into meaning of a league executive will not be tolerated. So it just sort on the same page. Tom Wilson gets $5000 and no games. For almost ending the career of a dude by dragging him by the hair and bouncing him off the ice. But the Rangers make a statement about that and get fined 50 times that amount. Yeah, it seems fair. While we don't expect our clubs to agree with every decision rendered by the Department of Player safety, the extent to which the Rangers expressed their disagreement was unacceptable. It is terribly unfair to question George Parker's professionalism and dedication to his role in the Department of Player safety.

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Judge Strikes Down Federal Moratorium on Evictions

Morning Edition

01:42 min | 1 d ago

Judge Strikes Down Federal Moratorium on Evictions

"Hold on evictions during pandemic, saying the CDC didn't have the authority marketplaces. Nova Sappho is here. What's the immediate effect? Well, David. The judge struck down the evictions moratorium, but then granted a stay on her ruling after that, so right now no immediate effect, while the Justice Department appeals The CDC moratorium is still in effect. The concern is what happens shouldn't appeal court struck down the moratorium, too. Then we could start to see some serious consequences. We spoke about this with Emily Ben for She chairs the American Bar Association's covert 19 Task Force Committee on Eviction. It has the potential to cause widespread eviction to open the floodgates to increase. Health and equity among black and Latin next renters across the country. All right. Don't overdo renters have other protections from eviction. They do. A lot of renters are protected by states of dozens of them have their own moratoriums. Here's Emily bumper again. There are just over a dozen state moratorium remaining across the country at the same time, 19 State governors and state supreme courts have adopted or amended and added to the CDC moratorium locally. So all of this concern about potential evictions and the stay of the judge's ruling. All of this could be blunted by some $50 billion in assistance for renters that Congress has funded. It's been slow rolling out, and groups representing landlords say that's really the answer at this point rental assistance, not more eviction bands, David All right? No, but thank you,

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Teaching Digital Marketing To Gen Z Through Real World Projects

Dadpreneur - Business & Digital Marketing Talk

01:34 min | 1 d ago

Teaching Digital Marketing To Gen Z Through Real World Projects

"If there are marketers out there listening to this episode or there are nonprofits or educators at the university. And if you're working like an in a business remarketing department. I would say if you haven't tried this framework Or approach that we tried in. It's been very successful. Which is look help. The students learn by doing so hands on. Take the nonprofit in this case and pick the ones that are going to sort of drink. The kool aid right because they have to do some work on their end as well. But it's a win win for everybody. Wouldn't you say because i've everyone that i've talked to over the years and i've kept in touch with any of the students there from your class. It's like it. It served as like a big like it was very impactful. Yes i think students have found it very impactful. And they appreciate that they get to work with a real company and they're learning digital marketing. But they're actually seen because the nonprofits are so appreciative. A you know students are doing blogs and social media posts social media audit google analytics audited audit that the The not they see the nonprofits is just light up because they're actually teaching them about their business in how to improve it so many the students put you know. Put it under linked in profile. And they're very proud and they talk about it in their interviews.

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Los Angeles PD Officer Suspected of Possessing Child Porn

Tim Conway Jr.

00:14 sec | 1 d ago

Los Angeles PD Officer Suspected of Possessing Child Porn

"Bye Rooter Hero. Officials in Long Beach say. An LAPD officer has been arrested for having child pornography of police Department says the 52 Year old is a resident of Long Beach and was arrested in Huntington Beach this morning. The officer is looking at four felony charges for allegedly having the child abuse

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U.S. Justice Department Worried About Arizona Senate Recount

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 d ago

U.S. Justice Department Worried About Arizona Senate Recount

"The justice department says the Arizona state Senate's private vote recount could be contrary to federal ballot protection law the head of the justice department's civil rights division has written Arizona state Senate Republicans warning them that the private company recount of Maricopa county's two point one million ballots from the November election could be against federal election law requiring ballast to be in the position of election officials for twenty two months the letter also raises concerns about the contractor being allowed to contact voters something that could amount to voter intimidation in the twelve days since starting the unprecedented recount cyber ninjas the Florida company hired by the state Senate has been able to recount only ten percent of the ballots cast I'm Tim McGuire

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Federal Judge Strikes Down CDC Eviction Moratorium

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 d ago

Federal Judge Strikes Down CDC Eviction Moratorium

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a federal judge strikes down the CDC's eviction moratorium a judge on the U. S. District Court for the district of Columbia has ruled the centers for disease control and prevention exceeded its authority when it imposed the federal election moratorium last year the justice department says it will appeal the ruling meeting the eviction ban stays in place for now in March the ban was extended through the end of June proponents of the moratorium argued that evicted individuals and families might have to move into shelters or shared living conditions which could further spread coded nineteen opponents of the moratorium included the national association of realtors Mike Crossey up Washington

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New York Rangers Abruptly Dump Team President, GM

Schopp and Bulldog

00:16 sec | 1 d ago

New York Rangers Abruptly Dump Team President, GM

"The New York Rangers have fired President John Davidson in general manager Jeff Gordon less than 24. Hours after the team put out a statement calling for NHL Department of Player Safety had George Parros to be removed from his job. Chris Drury, who was the team's associate, GM will now serve as president and general

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How can we Protect Indigenous Women

All My Relations Podcast

02:05 min | 1 d ago

How can we Protect Indigenous Women

"Is very real and indian country the most quoted report that we've all heard over and over and over again is the one in three which is one in three native women will be raped in her lifetime. And that statement. That i've been hearing for a really long time. We've all been hearing it for a long. Time is from the nineteen ninety eight department of justice report which looks at the national violence against women survey But the truth is it's been discussed by everybody right like the new york times. The washington post even obama when he was president he quoted that one in three survey and he said that it's an assault on our national conscience. It's an affront to our shared humanity. It's something that we cannot allow to continue. But you know that. Data's twenty five years. Old and new doctor. Dr dez being a survey gal. Maybe you can explain to us how that's a problem. And what some of the new information says. yeah. I mean we know the date are old right and yet it continues to be quoted and it continues to be used in in media in policy and the problem is that there hasn't been another report done by the federal government on this scale ever since it literally took to indigenous women to create a new report in two thousand eighteen. This was the urban indian health institute and the sovereign bodies institute who came together to create a new report with data that had to be obtained through the freedom of information act so federal government isn't just giving these data over to indigenous people in our advocates and allies. We actually have to go through a petition to get these data to be able to use them And so that's you know the fact that the there isn't transparency or accountability in the data that are being collected about our people is a huge problem. and so this this two thousand eighteen report was

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India's Foreign Minister out of G-7 Meeting Over COVID Risk

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 d ago

India's Foreign Minister out of G-7 Meeting Over COVID Risk

"India's foreign minister has pulled out of in person meetings at a group of seven gathering in London because of possible exposure to the coronavirus super money NJ Shankar tweeted that off to being made aware that he was in contact with K. B. positive cases he decided to conduct his engagements in the virtual made out of caution and consideration for others the US state department said that they had been advised that the U. S. delegation was able to continue with the T. seven activities as planned because of the cost me matches they were taking at the events India is not a tease of membership but was invited along with South Korea Australia and South Africa as a guest for the second day of the meeting Karen Thomas London

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India's Foreign Minister out of G-7 Meeting Over COVID Risk

America's First News

00:28 sec | 2 d ago

India's Foreign Minister out of G-7 Meeting Over COVID Risk

"Scared of meeting of foreign ministers, including the U. S. Secretary of state India's foreign minister has got into self quarantine here in London after two members of his delegation tested positive for the coronavirus Superman You MJ Shank are met on Monday with Secretary of State Antony Blinken during a meeting of G seven foreign ministers, Although the State Department says there's no reason to believe any of the American team is at risk. Officials have been observing social distancing and are tested daily.

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Judge Says Bill Barr Was Misleading on Trump Obstruction

BBC World Service

00:54 sec | 2 d ago

Judge Says Bill Barr Was Misleading on Trump Obstruction

"Of a document that the Justice Department used when it declined to charge. Former President Trump with obstruction. NPR's Carrie Johnson reports that the judge is raising questions about misrepresentations to the court Judge Jamie Berman Jackson delivered a victory for the nonprofit citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington crew. Crew sued to get a copy of the memo that Trump Justice Department cited when it decided not to indict the former president for interfering with the probe by special counsel Robert Mueller. Judge Jackson has now reviewed the document, and she says it appears the Trump DOJ had already decided not to charge the former president with a crime. She says some of their explanations were misleading and incomplete. A spokesman for new leaders at the Biden Justice Department declined comment. The DOJ has two weeks to respond in court. Carrie Johnson NPR NEWS Washington The former Minneapolis

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Show Us the Memo! Says Judge Amy Berman Jackson

News, Traffic and Weather

00:34 sec | 2 d ago

Show Us the Memo! Says Judge Amy Berman Jackson

"A federal judge in Washington, D. C ordered the release of a legal memorandum, the Trump Justice Department wrote. Before then Attorney General William Barr announced no obstruction charges in the Russia probe. Judge Amy Berman Jackson said former Attorney General William Barr was disingenuous when he explained to the public why the Justice Department filed no obstruction charges against former President Trump after the release of the Mueller report at the time, Bar said the special Counsel investigation was insufficient. But in an internal memo, the judge said Bar had made clear it was a given. Trump would not be prosecuted A be Caesar and Qatar ski Facebook's

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Judge Orders Justice Dept. To Release Trump Obstruction Memo

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 d ago

Judge Orders Justice Dept. To Release Trump Obstruction Memo

"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting a judge orders the justice department to release the trump obstruction memo a federal judge has ordered the release of the trump era justice department legal memorandum prepared for then Attorney General William Barr prior to announcing his conclusion that president Donald Trump had not obstructed justice during the Russia investigation the group citizens for responsibility and ethics in Washington filed a freedom of information act request seeking communications about the obstruction decision in her order U. S. district judge Amy Berman Jackson said the justice department obscured the true purpose of the memorandum when it withheld the document she said the memo from the justice department's office of legal counsel contained strategic as opposed to legal advice the judge gave the justice department until may seventeenth to file any motion to stay her order might cross see Washington

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The Three Critical Components of Real-Time Personalization with Andrew LeClair

Digital Conversations with Billy Bateman

02:02 min | 6 d ago

The Three Critical Components of Real-Time Personalization with Andrew LeClair

"Through the three critical components of real time personalization in doing so. We're gonna talk about why. These are absolutely critical to delivering the customer experiences that our customers are demanding from us and where i wanted to start today is actually with the story An example if you will of what can go wrong when we're not able to personalise in real time so this beautiful city right here is minneapolis. Minnesota and this was back before kobe when we were able to travel. I think it was almost a year ago to the date. But anyways i was i was out in minnesota for client meeting. And if you're familiar with the twin cities in december you'll know that in reality they look a lot more like this right and so we get to the airport. these are. these are my colleagues. And i plus This one random guy who decided to to jump into our photo but based on our facial expressions. I think you can know where it where this one's going right. So we're we're at the airport. Were sitting there. And i get this email now my legal department me blur bunch of this so i can't Tell you the exact name of the company. But i assure you guys this is a true story. I can't make this stuff up so we're sitting there and we get this. I e that our flights laid so no real shock right it was dumping snow at the time and we all travel business or or at least we to so we get. There's nothing they can do. So what do we do right. We had to the bar grabs a beer have some dinner. And what were there a few more emails come in some more delays so inconvenient. Yeah absolutely but you know okay. At least this company is is keeping me informed but then we get this last one right which actually canceled our flight. So i be stuck in minnesota for the night so not exactly an ideal situation right. I'm not exactly thrilled at this moment. But then this happens the next email that they send me literally an hour after my flight had been cancelled. They hit me with this. Don't be tardy booking your summer travel. Are you kidding me. You just laid my flight five times and now you're going to tell me not to be tardy you've got to be kidding me right so

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"it department" Discussed on Skullduggery

Skullduggery

09:50 min | 4 months ago

"it department" Discussed on Skullduggery

"Joined by jamie guerrilla former deputy attorney general of the states and i think it's fair to say that there may be nobody in washington other than merit garland's wife who knows him better than jamie. They were colleagues She was his boss. They were in college together. So jamie welcome to skulduggery. I'm happy happy to be here. I would add his two daughters probably know him better than i do. Walk longer right all right so big picture. What kind of justice department will merrick garland. Run america will run a justice department. That lives up to the long time values of that department. He will make decisions based on the facts and the law. He will lead with his own values. And those of the president-elect vice president-elect. I'm confident that we're going to have a fabulous justice department over these next years. Jamie you know that in part because you've known him since college but you also know that because you saw him work up. Close as your top deputy at the justice department. He was the so called. Pay dag the principal. Associate deputy attorney general and help you. Janet reno run the department of justice in the first part of the clinton administration. So tell us about how merrick garland did his job during that period. What some of the highlights were and what that tells us about how he would approach the job of general. Well as you know. Dan he has Sat at nearly every important seed around the table. At the justice department. He started out his career. As an assistant bend civiletti he was a line prosecutor. He was important player in the criminal. Division he was my pay dagger he ran critical investigations During that time and of course then you add to that twenty three years as one of the most esteemed judges in the country. That's a pretty good package. That present like biden has gotten here. I think he he already a couple of really important things to the table. One just to mention and given to is important judicial tenure bring a credibility with the courts. I mean if he takes a position on behalf of the department of justice it will be recognized by his former colleagues. Not just in the district courts in the court of appeals but in the supreme court he has held very important roles within the judiciary. And i think that'll be very important. Particularly given given the positions that apartment has taken in the last four years and and the way. The courts have have responded. We've lost a lot of credibility. So i wanted to start there. Of course he did serve on the circuit with now. Chief justice. John roberts and i think he's got the respective of the chief justice. There's a lot of things about me. Mike and i covered maryland. Going back to when. I i think i think i i got to know him when he left his relatively new partnership at arlen porter where he was making in those days a huge sum of money. Three hundred thousand dollars a year or something. that's what these corporate lawyers do by the way but go ahead. They do what make money make huge sums of money but he laughed. I mean i got to. I met him for the first time. Because stuart taylor. Someone who we all know was working with me at times and said something unusual happens. Someone left a partnership in a big washington law firm to become a line prosecutor in the us attorney's office in washington and such notable and unusual thing. That was worth a story in times. When i worked there. But i actually i want to go back a little further before the two of you worked together. This was his first job in the justice department as a special assistant to bend civiletti. He mentioned this in his remarks. When president-elect biden introduced him. Ben civility. I think was the third attorney. General after watergate had levy you had judge bell and then eddie and one of the things that garland mentioned was that ben civil civiletti was kind of putting down on paper. These new norms in the in the post watergate era ensuring that the justice department would be independent and that you know keeping partisan politics out of the work of the justice department. And that's what merrick garland was doing. So it tells you something about. And it's really part of his dna so when you worked with him in the justice department i imagine you were able to see him close up and his kind of dedication to those basic principles which have not been present in the last four years so i wanted to talk about that a little bit. He brings to the table. And as lisa monaco. the spirit of a line prosecutor. He knows what it is like to know case applause and to have news on how it should be handled now. It is not the job of a senior appointee like the attorney general to just defer entirely to those light attorneys but it is the job of an attorney general deputies general to listen to those people and to hear them and to make decisions based on the facts and the law without any political pressure without any preference for anyone and he knows that he's lived it. He lives at the bottom and he helped right at the top. And i saw every single day that we worked together at justice. You're just picking up on that as you know one group. That's not entirely excited about america. And selection are progressives who have criticized him over the years saying he's been too deferential to law enforcement he's sided when there have been issues between law enforcement and civil liberties groups and others. Give us your take on that. And how he would respond how you think. He would respond to that set of expected criticism. So let me be really clear about two things. Both under the heading of. I don't think this is a fair criticism and i think those people will be proven to and happily proven from their point of view to to been mistaken in their concerns about him. You don't as a judge to make policy so then the last twenty three years. He is not been in a position to tell anybody what his views are on civil rights or the enforcement of civil rights in terms of his decisions. He follows the case law. I mean those decisions. He made were strict adherence to precedent. So i don't share those concerns. And i think when he's able to speak in his own voice. Those concerns will be addressed. I think you'll see that in his confirmation hearings for sure. Jv let me ask you something about what is going to be on his plate. Assuming he's confirmed a very big plate and it'd be a very big play but one of the things is likely to be on on his plate. There is a conversation in washington and across the country about whether after these four very difficult years full of scandal and controversy and corruption whether there needs to be a reckoning and at a real effort to sort of hold accountable president trump and people around him who may have broken laws the senses that that joe biden doesn't necessarily want to go there he wants to move look forward not backward and it'll be up but ultimately it'll be up to his justice department to make decisions about criminal prosecutions but the one that will really be looming. Is this thing that we've just been through with this attack on the capital and the fbi is looking at that crimes and we even understand that they're looking at potentially president trump for possibly inciting violence house. Democrats are preparing criminal referrals to deliver on january twenty first to the justice department so this is not likely to. You know it'll take a while for these allegations to be investigated and it may well be that merrick. Garland is going to have to make decisions when he becomes attorney. General how how will he think about issues like this. How will the approach questions about whether the president the former then former presidents should be investigated and prosecuted present bind said he at independent department of justice and independent attorney general. He's going to get one. You can't actually imagine anybody more independent than somebody. Who's been for the last twenty three years on the bench and silent basically on public policy issues and action from political campaigns or blogs or podcasts. Or anything so. I think that he will approach this..

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"it department" Discussed on Reset

Reset

07:50 min | 5 months ago

"it department" Discussed on Reset

"Big day of the post thanksgiving rush black friday. This is all part of a trend accelerated by the pandemic the death of person retail shopping. That stuff you do on black friday jas no rate records retail correspondent is. You're talking about. Hey jason hey doing teddy so bring me back to before the pandemic what was happening to the mall the department store even before any of us knew about kobe department. Stores were really really struggling. This is not a new thing In so much as it's been a slow contraction of the department store sector that for the last decade and probably some signs of it even before that you know they're the department stores in the malls their fate is somewhat intertwined department. Stores are often. What's called the anchor. Tenants that sit on the outside of the malls and are charged with sort of attracting the foot traffic that then you know proceeds into the rest of the mall malls and a lot of parts of this country Have also been struggling. With the exception of some of the big premium malls that have sort of top tier brands that attract the one or five percent of the us population that has a lot of disposable income like those largely have done okay but outside of that. Been basically a disastrous. You know last five to ten years even before the pandemic tell me like what happens to the retail industry over the last couple of months the th the short answer is that unless you're sort of an essential retail business you're screwed you're screwed because your department store that mainly sells fashion and accessories and maybe jewelry. When no-one was buying fashion accessories and jewelry. You were also screwed because in a lot of sir big metro areas malls were forced to close completely. And so what you saw was some department store. Chains were already sort of on the edge and or had filed bankruptcy in the last year or two but others who are on that edge were crushed by this pandemic. And so i think in the last two years alone when it comes to the department stores Both pre and post pandemic. You have all these department store. Chains that have filed for bankruptcy. You have sears you have. Jc penney more. Recently you know you have lord and taylor the oldest department store in the us. that also went under. I wonder what that means for. All the people who work at these malls who work at these apartments stores. Do we know how many people have been laid off because of nitrous department store specifically but just the broader fact that people wanna shop online now. Yeah i don't have a hard number of what i will say is a ton of these retailers both ones that went under and ones that are still surviving in some way they announced combinations of massive sort of furloughs and way off that numbered in the hundreds of thousands and so even pre pandemic what you've seen over the last few years especially in the department store industries that as these chains contract a lot of these employees are moving. You know for better or worse into other parts a retail that have become more popular. So yes we think of amazon and ecommerce right right but also you have water called sort of like discount or off price retailers Tj max Dollar stores that post. Great recession have become more popular. But maybe don't provide the sales commissions that sort of the department store jobs once offered and probably don't match even the initial base pay that these jobs did so there's an impact so the stores close daily people off any other kind of damage that's done to society just by the fall department store. It's a bit of a nuance topic in that a wad of what's happened here. Is normal business. Evolution driven by consumer behavior shift right and so yes like department store chain by chain and identify things. They've done wrong but some of it is just inevitable that said when a department store or a couple of department stores go under they often have the impact of taking that mall with them. One a mall in sort of a small or mid sized. Us community goes under. That is a big impact. Yes say this could be institutions for generations to right people who's been there for sixty years you can have three or four generations of people in a family have gone there. That's right and so what what you've seen is i've been doing some reporting on this right now for a big story. You know you've seen sort of smart communities or communities that are forced to get creative about thinking about redeveloping these properties even before they close up shop. So it's talking to a city planner and madison wisconsin for two years. Now they've been thinking about what to do about these two malls in town that are still open but have been declining and earlier this month. The property owner of those two malls files for bankruptcy. Now that that owner says they will continue to run these malls. But you know this city of madison is already in the process of looking around the country. At what other people have done to rehabilitate the properties around the mall bringing more housing different types of employers whether or not this mall survives. It's a complex type of project that i'm told can take two decades to reach completion. But you're seeing more and more communities be forced to think about not only what to do about the employment but what to do with this massive property that are sort of centerpieces of their cities and communities. Okay so the last thing. Is there anything absolutely anything that these retail stores or mall owners can do to compete with amazon or is it like totally beyond repair and at the end of the day vaccine or no vaccine. We just ain't going back to the mall. I think there are certain sort of premium really nice malls that will rebound because there are still you know not a ton but there still some categories of products that are better to buy in person for you know some some significant portion of the population and so maybe that's luxury fashion. Maybe just like you want to get out of the house with your kids and the mall. Not only has you know. Yes some retail shopping. But like this crazy. New mall near me has You know an indoor water park and ski slope and mini golf just more of an experience right and you know. I think those sort of combination of sort of premium brands with maybe some experience could allow certain malls to thrive again but when it comes to sort of the anchor tenants department stores. They are toast.

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"it department" Discussed on Post Reports

Post Reports

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"it department" Discussed on Post Reports

"Biden's like he has said he's created a process to evaluate Rudy Rudy Giuliani's information and. I should also stress that he has sort of emphasized. Ukrainian information is inherently reliable. So he's just in the way he's he's created waited. What seems to be a special process? He hasn't used the word special but he has said I've created an intake process. That in itself is notable. You know it's not like he's telling Juliani hey just one eight hundred call. FBI and you can get your information to us as like I would have to do. He's created a process and we've reported that involves Mr Giuliani going to the US. Attorney in Pittsburgh. We don't know why exactly that person was selected but that does to your point suggests just it's a little it's a little more special. It is something that was specifically created at least To handle this Ukraine information. So when we think about all of of these different incidents the Roger Stone sentencing the roll out of the Miller. Report this special access. That Rudy Giuliani is going to have the to the Department of Justice. What what does that tell us about? The future of the Justice Department and its relationship with the president will so in the wake of the stone controversy Versi a lot of former justice department officials Democrats other legal analyst. Legal scholars are saying that the Justice Department is just being politicized to a degree that they haven't seen before they're seeing the department kind of bent to the will of president trump in the stone controversy. You can see that kind of most clearly. You can see clearly. The tension between career prosecutors accusers bureaucrats who weren't appointed by the president and the political leadership which wants to go a different way? I think think it's important to say I'm sure bill bar would defend this as look. There's a reason that we have politically appointed leaders. I am accountable to people. People all know who I am. They know my name. You know I can be impeached. I have to testify before. Congress is resistant to that sometimes. I am accountable so I make make the decisions career bureaucrats. Don't get to make these decisions but what you do see here. Is it being exposed. That decision seemed to be going the way president trump wants them to go and that is causing some alarm among former justice department officials and people who worked in that institution before Matt's Appetite Ski covers the Justice Department for the Post. Roger Stone is expected to be sentenced by judge next week so unlike the day after. The Iowa caucuses focuses. We actually have results today from the New Hampshire primaries. What have we seen so far? Who won well Bernie Sanders one? They take this opportunity. So thank the people of the Hampshire for a great victory tonight in in doing so became the first candidate to unquestionably win. State of course after Iowa after that lengthy count we had Bernie Sanders with the most votes. But what Pete Buddha judge with the most delegates behind us popular vote Iowa and the victory here tonight so you even saw Bernie Sanders in his victory speech last night saying we had one Iowa which is disputed at this point but clearly he is the winner of New Hampshire. There's no doubt about that. And he'll try to turn that into momentum. I'm going to Nevada. We're going to South Carolina. We're GONNA wind nonsense as well. I'm Aaron Blake Senior reporter for the fix..

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"it department" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"it department" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Means being able to tell your boss about remote PC. Remote dot com is the website. This is a software program lets you log into your company, computer, right there at your desk from where ever you are not just at home. If there's if there's wifi in the airplanes flying commercials wifi, you can log into your computer from there, depending on the bandwidth speed if it's all working, right? But the point is, it's from anywhere, not just home remote PC. Gives you the same view on whatever computer, you're using that you would have on your computer at work, computer. Keyboard at home operates the computer at work, and there's no lag time that's called latency. And it is excellent. Now, we've been talking about remote PC for months now espousing its virtues. For the professional that would wish to work from home, save all that commute time. And you as it turns out, I've been taking the suggestion to management, the IT department, the office you want them to pay for it not that it's expensive. It's about six bucks a month and that covers the connections for ten different computers. We are hearing about IT managers signing up with remote PC for dozens of employees at a time. In one case recently, one IT department, provision, five hundred employees to work from home, using remote, PC, a wonder where they heard about it. So it is evolving even the tech blogs away in with a positive review tech radar dot com. The latest tech blog to review remote, PC positive review, how reliable and secure it is. So sign up at remote dot com today or have your company do it either way use my name ninety percent. Tell the boss to ninety percent off the first year. And six bucks. A month is the starting price ninety percent of the boscell knives..

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"it department" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"it department" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Reading Jan welcome back as usual. Rush Limbaugh and half my brains behind my back. Just just to be fair and equal compatible the network. You know, the power of suggestion. Is you should never take that for granted. There are plenty of voices in this audience is it turns out, who are talking to their fulltime employers about working from home versus the office for a whole host of reasons cheaper, no commute time. Convenience cost, you name it. And when they make the suggestion they include the technology solution, for example, you're going to go to the Boston suggest working from home, you need to be armed with the data that will demonstrate to the boss that you can work from home as easily as if you're in the office for most of what you're gonna do. You don't wanna make the case for never having to be there. But you wanna do make the case for most of what you have to do you can do it at home. Your productivity will not slouch whatsoever. And that means being able to tell your boss about remote PC. Remote, PC dot com is the website. This is a software program lets you log into your company, computer, right there, your desk from where ever, you are not just at home. If there's air, if there's wifi in the airplanes flying commercials wifi, you could log into your computer from there, depending on the band with speed, if it's all working, right? But the point is, it's from anywhere, not just home remote PC. Gives you the same view on whatever computer, you're using that you would have on your computer at work, computer. Keyboard at home operates the computer at work, and there's no lag time that's called latency. And it is excellent. Now, we've been talking about remote PC for months now espousing its virtues. For the professional that would wish to work from home, save all that commute time. And you as it turns out of been taking the suggestion to management, the IT department, the office, you want them to pay for it, not that it's expensive. It's about six bucks a month and that covers the connections for ten different computers. We are hearing about IT managers signing up with remote PC for dozens of employees at a time. In one case recently, one IT department, provision, five hundred employees to work from home, using remote, PC, a wonder where they heard about it. So it is evolving, even the tech blogs are weighing in with a positive review tech radar dot com..

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"it department" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"it department" Discussed on WTVN

"Reading Jan welcome back as usual. Rush Limbaugh and half my brains behind my back. Just just to be fair and equal and compatible the network. You know, the power of suggestion. Is it should never take that for granted? There are plenty of voices in this audience. It turns out who are talking to their fulltime employers about working from home versus the office for a whole host of reasons cheaper, no commute time. Convenience cost, you name it. And when they make the suggestion they include the technology solutions, for example, if you're going to go to the boss and suggest working from home, you need to be armed with the data that will demonstrate to the boss that you can work from home as easily, as if you're in the office for most of what you're gonna do you don't wanna make the case for never having to be there. But you wanna do make the case for most of what you have to do you can do it at home. Your productivity will not flout whatsoever. And that means being able to tell your boss about remote PC. Remote, PC dot com is the website. This is a software program lets you log into your company, computer, right there at your desk from where ever you are not just at home. If there's if there's wifi in the airplanes flying commercials wifi, you can log into your computer from there, depending on the band with speed, if it's all working, right? But the point is, it's from anywhere, not just home remote PC. Gives you the same view on whatever computer, you're using that you would have on your computer at work, computer. Keyboard at home operates the computer at work, and there's no lag time. That's called latency. It is. Excellent. Now, we've been talking about remote PC for months now espousing its virtues. For the professional that would wish to work from home, save all that commute time. And you as it turns out, I've been taking the suggestion to management, the IT department, the office you want them to pay for it not that it's expensive. It's about six bucks a month and that covers the connections for ten different computers. We are hearing about IT managers signing up with remote PC for dozens of employees at a time. In one case recently, one IT department, provision, five hundred employees to work from home, using remote, PC, a wonder where they heard about it. So it is evolving even the tech blogs away in with a positive.

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"it department" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"it department" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Well, for example, if you're going to go to the Boston suggest working from home, you need to be armed with the data that will demonstrate to the boss that you can work from home as easily as if you're in the office for most of what you're gonna do. You don't wanna make the case for never having to be there. But you wanna do make the case for most of what you have to do you can do it at home. Your productivity will not slouch whatsoever. And that means being able to tell your boss about remote PC. Remote, PC dot com is the website. This is a software program. Let you log into your company, computer, right there at your desk from where ever, you are not just at home. If there's air, if there's wifi in the airplanes from flying commercials wifi, you can log into your computer from there, depending on the bandwidth speed if it's all working, right? But the point is, it's from anywhere, not just home remote PC. Gives you the same view on whatever computer, you're using that you would have on your computer at work, computer. Keyboard at home operates the computer at work, and there's no lag time. That's called latency. And it is excellent. Now, we've been talking about remote PC for months now espousing its virtues. For the professional that would wish to work from home, save all that commute time. And you as it turns out, I've been taking the suggestion management, the IT department, the office you want them to pay for it not that it's expensive. It's about six bucks a month and that covers the connections for ten different computers. We are hearing about IT managers signing up with remote PC for dozens of employees at a time. In one case recently, one IT department, provision, five hundred employees to work from home, using remote, PC, a wonder where they heard about it. So it is evolving, even the tech blogs are weighing in with a positive review tech radar dot com. The latest tech blog to review remote, PC positive review, how reliable and secure it is. So sign up at remote, PC dot com today or have your company do it either way. Use my name ninety percent. Tell the boss that to ninety percent off the first year and six bucks. A month is the starting price ninety percent of the boscell ninety percent off. They're giving. That's right, boss. They want us. They know we'll never leave. Once we get into the ecosystem, and that's true, remote, PC dot com. Here's David in. Of. Ohio. Great to have you on the phone, sir. How are you? I'm very well..

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"it department" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"it department" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"And weather together just minutes from now at the top of the hour News Radio eleven ninety x. Treating Jan welcome back as usual. Rush Limbaugh and half my brains behind my back, just just to be fair and compatible, the IB network. You know, the power of suggestion. Is it should never take that for granted? There are plenty of voices in this audience is it turns out, who are talking to their full time employers about working from home versus the office for a whole host of reasons cheaper, no commute time. Convenience cost, you name it. And when they make the suggestion they include the technology solutions. Well, I if you're going to go to the Boston suggest working from home Unietd to be armed with the data that will demonstrate the boss that you can work from home as easily as if you're in the office for most of what you're gonna do. You don't wanna make the case for never having to be there. But you wanna do make the case for most of what you have to do you can do it at home. Your productivity will not slouch whatsoever. And that means being able to tell your boss about remote PC. Remote, PC dot com is the website. This is a software program lets you log into your company, computer, right there at your desk from where ever you are not just at home. If there's if there's wifi in the airplanes flying commercials wifi, you can log into your computer from there, depending on the bandwidth speed if it's all working, right? But the point is, it's from anywhere, not just home remote PC. Gives you the same view on whatever computer, you're using that you would have on your computer at work, computer. Keyboard at home operates the computer at work, and there's no lag time. That's called latency. It is. Excellent. Now, we've been talking about remote PC for months now espousing its virtues. For professional that would wish to work from home, save all that commute time. And you as it turns out of in taking the suggestion management, the IT department, the office you want them to pay for it, not that it's expensive. It's about six bucks a month and that covers the connections for ten different computers. We are hearing about IT managers signing up with remote PC for dozens of employees at a time. In one case recently, one IT department, provision, five hundred employees to work from home, using remote, PC, a wonder where they heard about it. So it is evolving even the tech blogs away in with a positive review tech radar dot com. The latest tech blog to review remote, PC positive review, how reliable and secure it is. So sign up at remote p c dot com today or.

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"it department" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"it department" Discussed on KTRH

"Reading Jan welcome back as you as you're Rush Limbaugh and half my brains behind my back. Just just to be fair and equal and compatible the network. You know, the power of suggestion. Is you should never take that for granted. There are plenty of voices in this audience is it turns out, who are talking to their fulltime employers about working from home versus the office for a whole host of reasons cheaper, no commute time. Convenience cost, you name it. And when they make the suggestion they include the technology solutions, for example, if you're going to go to the Boston suggest working from home, you need to be armed with the data that will demonstrate the boss that you can work from home as easily as if you're in the office for most of what you're gonna do. You don't wanna make the case for never having to be there. But you wanna do make the case that for most of what you have to do you can do it at home. Your productivity will not slouch whatsoever. And that means being able to tell your boss about remote PC. Remote, PC dot com is the website. This is a software program. Let you log into your company, computer, right there at your desk from where ever, you are not just at home. If there's if there's wifi in the airplanes flying commercials wifi, you can log into your computer from there, depending on the with speed, if it's all working, right? But the point is, it's from anywhere, not just home remote PC. Gives you the same view on whatever computer, you're using that you would have on your computer at work, computer. Keyboard at home operates the computer at work, and there's no lag time. That's called latency. It is. Excellent. Now, we've been talking about remote PC for months now espousing its virtues. For the professional that would wish to work from home, save all that commute time. And you as it turns out, I've been taking the suggestion to management, the IT department, the office you want them to pay for it not that it's expensive. It's about six bucks a month and that covers the connections for ten different computers. We are hearing about IT managers signing up with remote PC for dozens of employees at a time. In one case recently, one IT department, provision, five hundred employees to work from home, using remote, PC, a wonder where they heard about it. So it is evolving even the tech blogs away in with a positive review tech radar dot com..

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"it department" Discussed on The Internet of Things (IoT) Show with Bruce Sinclai

The Internet of Things (IoT) Show with Bruce Sinclai

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"it department" Discussed on The Internet of Things (IoT) Show with Bruce Sinclai

"It's like, okay, we're gonna be able to track bikes. That's that has a value statement. But I think there are some deeper learnings that can occur when you understand at scale how bikes removing around the city, it could certainly inform the way that we design streets in the other modes of transit as they move. This. We understand how people are moving around. And I'm not a street planner. So I'm not gonna pretend to get into the. Dennis of the the philosophy will what my point being that. When we provide these other data sets and ability to kind of inspect how people are using that sort of infrastructure than those people that are geniuses in that area can can make even smarter decision. No, absolutely. It makes sense. I don't know if San Francisco has a bike sharing service, but that would be something obviously under cities control in. So you could say, well, then you need to put these these, hyper or these steroid steroid GPS says systems on the bikes then. Yeah. Then it gives you lots of data to make the city better in a lot of different ways. Well, Miguel won't we start a little bit. What we start by you telling us a little bit about yourself. And specifically some of your background or not. So I come from private sector startup world. I had started a couple of companies and was on a break and that talked into doing my civic duty by the city manager might my hometown of Pasa, Texas, and she convinced me to come in work for the government and help transform the way that they use technology and more tangibly the operations of the IT department, you know, to modernize it and the of it'd be more responsive. And so I did that she talked me into it. And I did it and I'm glad she did because I learned a whole different. Perspective about the mission. German people inside government and. Have a have a whole new respect for people who are committed to civic service. And so while I was there, I got recruited by San Francisco and have found all of the same thing, you know, and then some and so we've been really working hard to transform the way the government consumes technology for the benefit of the public and along the way again, I've just found a lot of people really focused on doing great work and trying to be innovative and creative inefficient and really broke a lot of the paradigm or the stereotypes that I had when I was kind of outside looking in. And so it's so not without challenge. There's certainly a lot of things that need to be improved or just left fixed. But found out a lot of people of really counted. People trying to do really good work. Yeah. That's sort of. That's something. I picked up off when I was on the sidelines. Watching your presentation just this sense of of mission. Yeah. I mean, I think I think that's the way he said it ended it is different priority than the private sector, but I enjoyed in. We'll get into in a few minutes, but enjoyed kind of your perspective on how to use not to improve to improve the lives of the citizens within the city. So it seems like it it hooked you. And you're still there, then my startups were cloud service. Infrastructure type of businesses. And so we also built some digital service type consumer facing products..

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"it department" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"it department" Discussed on 600 WREC

"News dot com that must be it. Well, probably Bob in Chicago listening on WLS eight ninety. Now, first of which let's address the elephant in the room. That's the IT department. Are you nice to the IT department? Oh, absolutely. I'm always nice to the IT. They're always the coolest guys in the room to and gals and the best looking. Oh, sure. Amazing people just amazing in good communication IT. Stanford incredibly talented. I think it does an case you're wondering why both Andrew and I love the IT department as much as we do. And we're kind of giving you a lesson here is that you need to love the IT department as well. Because everything that you do the IT department knows don't you think Andrew, I'm slowly any website that you visit any Email that you sent an Email that you receive anything that you do in the building that IT guy or gal doesn't like you. It could be really bad for you. Now, if I was using a personal computer. On a company network. Would that be the same case? Yes. Right. A lot of people don't realize that they take their phone and their laptops. Or they hook it up to the company wifi and the IT guys and gals and go come on home to mama, come on home. Just come on in and show us what you got baby. I mean because the only way that if you and I wanted to communicate and we didn't want the boss to know what we were talking about. You're the boss, but go, okay, go ahead. Just follow me on the shirt. Is that you'd have to get off disconnect off a WI fi? I would turn off wifi altogether. And then you could also you couldn't be on wifi because they can see the other half. Yes. And then we could communicate via cell just using make sure we're using our cellular data but other than that the IT department, and there's also a special day. Do you know about the special day in July? There's a special day for the IT department. And yes, I take care of my IT guys every July. What does this special day? It's system administration appreciation day. Ooh. July twenty third case you want to note that down someone needs to get a big cookie. Yes, or beggar Doritos and a red bull. Really depends. What you're looking at. All right. So to answer. Bob's question. Yes. They would know about your adult sites and other things is your Facebook account. Okay. But you could set up two accounts. Right. Is that enough that that was his question, you could have your work account and your personal account? But here's the deal mistakes happen. Sure. Right. I mean, how often would you say, oh, God, I meant to do that on the personal side. Oh, gosh. I went to do that on the works. You know? So you're gonna you're going to make a mistake. And then the other thing that can happen is that, you know, we're we're getting ready to build a new commando dot com. I don't know if you know, I've heard you mentioned a couple of times. And so we had some folks in giving a presentation and the guy giving me the presentation..

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"it department" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"it department" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"To those of you in the central and eastern time zones. Those of you and mountain and Pacific, you'll have your moments hit a couple of hours later tonight two thousand nineteen predictions open lines from you and then later on. We'll also open up the two thousand eighteen prediction vault and go through some predictions that many of us talked about and some of them spot on appeal. Necessarily apply to this particular case there's sometimes situations where malware spreads within a company due to an internal error sometimes by the IT department. What would be the most logical kind of way that could happen? And then when you get into that kind of situation blaming outside sources becomes convenient. Again. I'm not saying that that's what happened here. Okay. I think what the bottom line is. We don't really know. So are the other than we know that the presses.

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"it department" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"it department" Discussed on 600 WREC

"With Lauren Weinstein. Our expert on the internet. What's going on here? No. And while what I'm about to say doesn't necessarily apply to this particular case, there's sometimes a situations where malware spreads within a company due to an internal error sometimes by the IT department. What would be the most logical kind of way that could happen? And then when you get into that kind of situation blaming outside sources becomes convenient. Again. I'm not saying that that's what happened here. Okay. I think what the bottom line is. We don't really know. So other other than we know that the presses didn't didn't press, and there were a lot of late newspapers beyond that we'll have to see if more detailed information is ever really released to the public. If it was a hack Lauren by some international group. I mean, what do you think they were after? Test. I.

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"it department" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

Grumpy Old Geeks

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"it department" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

"This is Roger Ailes. Yes. But the interesting thing about this article talks a little bit. There's obviously a big documentary out there right now about it. But it's hawks about how after somebody quit the job working for him in the next few days. She had messaged privately people on Facebook about a 'bout ales. And he found out because they were tracking absolutely everything, and he called her and said I hear you've been making threats about me on Facebook and moated friends Facebook conversations or bathe him. So this article gets into exactly how much employments in places of your employment will can track you when you're using their devices and their bandwidth Ryan, apparently, it is they can see basically just about everything if they did it from then she's just an idiot while shot to believe she was probably writing her old crow workers who were then the mess. Yes. Yes. There there in lies the rub as it were right? One of the things that this article talks about is your employer's ability to get your passwords. They could certainly do. But I would I suspect that if they then used that password to log into your account that would be violation of the computer fraud and abuse act. Yes. Absolutely. Is it would? So they're capable of getting your password. But if they use it, then they're in trouble. Right. They can monitor all the traffic over their network or anything you do on a device that they provided to you or a device that you're using on their network. So if you're using their wifi, for example, even which is why everybody who's talking about away their their bosses here come to show slash VPN. Get your copy of private internet access. Yes. That is. Solution solution thinking you might have to you might have to make nice with the IT guys to let them install it for you. But then they might put back door, and they still have you know, key loggers going on your computer. But. No, actually, you know, what that might actually be a terrible idea because you'd get a full sense of security thinking, you can type anything that you want to base logger, you red flagged to the IT department that you're probably doing something they should be looking into right, right? So never mind scratch that but you still should go to GO dot show slice VPN and get private internet access for all your VPN needs. Except just don't install it at work. I just I just found it interesting because people don't seem to really think about it these days, and they they should be. I mean, especially since you know, I think back to when I first entered the job force and Jason, and I were both working in very high tech companies. But at the time period, they didn't have this sort of thing, just everywhere. And certainly they didn't have IT department arms that realized that we could save all the traffic, and we can look through emails. We were the IT department. We were the IT departments..

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"it department" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"it department" Discussed on Pod Save America

"Friends swing laugh to are trying to elect people like our guest they congresswoman cinema so yes we still can book slash sign preorder and we will send you a signed book plight and i would still note that jim komi sold six hundred thousand books in the first week well i know what i'm going to do after the podcast i'm gonna go get that proof of purchase get my book plate also check out keep it this week where ira karen lewis talk about the newest passengers on the trump train should ni twain and kanye west we'll get to that later but i the president started this morning by calling into fox and friends and screaming incoherently into the phone for thirty minutes before the hosts cut him off to go to a cooking segment dan because we're very modern and fancy hair pods save america we have a clip they were going to play for everyone's enjoyment he's guilty of crimes and if we add a justice department that was doing the job and set a skits mr president mr president your the republican in charge your cat a republican what i answered this all the time because of the fact that they have this witch hunt going on with people in the justice department that shouldn't be there they have a witch hunt against the president of the united states going on i've taken the position and i don't have to take this position and maybe i'll change that i will not be involved with the justice department i will wait till this is over it's a total it all lies and it's a horrible thing that's going on horrible thing and yet i've accomplished with all of this going on more than any president in the first year in our history and everybody even the the haters admit that.

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"it department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"it department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"To be fixing your computer when you need to be out there selling and taken care of your customers when you need to be taken care of your employees when you need to keep an eye on all the things going on with your business that's why you need nerds to go there your personal it department there when you need them on your schedule that leonard's to joe does for you they allow you your time to take care of your business while they take care of your business needs you have to give nerds to go a call one eight hundred three nine zero nerd one eight hundred three nine zero six three seven three or online at nerds digging in air conditioning dealer great linnea no no the with ubuntu good mm.

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"it department" Discussed on I Hate My Boss

I Hate My Boss

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"it department" Discussed on I Hate My Boss

"I wish you good luck and let me just reiterate we're so sorry but we know we really lead you to all capable we need more of your workplace stories that you just can't make up send them to us on twitter our facebook were at i hate my boss show in our phone number is four two four two two four five seven one one i actually want to see if the questions get more complex in one hundred forty characters that we've already hat like maybe four questions and hundred special prize for best questioned him on twitter twitter if you're listening to us on a smartphone just have to cover are to see the episode notes and you'll find the link to call us right there and don't forget to subscribe and leave us a fivestar review on apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcast thanks for listening and don't miss our next episode on monday remember workplaces can feel crazy but you don't have to do nascar family tradition serious fun but if he heard the one obama champion driver shot down in this brian in fact in a minute them or how richard petty broke his losing streak at daytona in seventy nine victory lane i forget of all said i know i'll show you the way the people help each other is not like any others morton that last one was stardriver kevin harvick and there's more where that came from a minute podcast for bush beer and wondering i'm rich phillips voice of texas motor speedway and serious nascar van here on heritage road we've got gangsters photo finishes fiery crashes you'll be able to smell the exhaust through your airbus so subscribe for free wherever you get your podcasts look for heritage road brought to you by crisp cold bush please drink responsibly.

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