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"jami" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey
"To where he said. You know i've given you so much grace. Now what will you do with it. And because i had been given so much grace it was a little bit easier to extend that much grace. If you don't recognize that you need help in that you are just as awful as a person who sinned against you very very difficult to to forgive someone Wholeheartedly one hundred percent. Like god asks us you because that has to be a supernatural work. Yeah guy has to say. Here's your dark dark heart which differ me he said. Hey look at your husband docu You wore after approval Perfection pride said. Yes you who are after. Sell many things every minute of your day and i say i two zero and so because that was the painful part of the whole thing. God is dealing with me on my entitlement. My reputation my idols. I am pleading for forgiveness. And then after he deals with me kindly in that way gently in that way says now how now what would you do with this husband of yours and i had no. I had nothing except i. I was compelled to forgive him even in his sin even when he was still lying to me there was a time i mean he had been caught and he still was continuing and his sin a little bit and which is totally normal that you you just got ripped out of your sin and then everyone expects you to be completely changed but you didn't wanna repent brampton got caught which is like aka. Let's look at our parenting exactly. We expect our kids like out now. You got caught dots like the. Let's flip the switch when really are we should plead with our children like the. I know it's so hard the only way you can change that god would change your heart. Go up to your room and ask that god would change you. I mean instead we say be patient and then that's our. That's that's what we give our kids and that's what we give our spouses and that's we give them commands that they cannot bill aside from god doing a work in their heart. And so that's what i had to work. Forgive someone who doesn't even want it Out they didn't even ask for it. And god psych. What will you do. How did i forgive you. A while. I was still sitting a may and so. That's what i did. It was like a fulltime job. I mean anytime. Anything came to my mind. Islas working through that i again. As a visual person. I looked at god handing me a big giant hand from the sky and he would hand me something and it could be awful. Timing like i'd be in the middle of the grocery store and something comes to my mind or you wanna have a pretend conversation with someone and that never happened or maybe that did happen. And here's what you wish you would have said we all have those conversations but you know in the tar and the target i'll and godlike here's the thing i want you to work on right now. I looked at it as an intentional. It was permissive. It was permitted romy right in that moment. And god says here's what i want you to work on so instead of slapping his hand away or trying to fix. It eyelid say lord. That really hurts. That's awful and that makes me feel like completely invaluable. And so i would just name how it made me felt and then i would usually sat loud even in the target on yelling to akanbi. Say i forgive you for you know getting naked with someone else like sometimes something would just haunt me like a visual. Whatever it would just haunt me. And finally i would get mad that nah and now i'm just gonna i'm forgiving and his. I would say. I forgive my husband for that moment that he did that was intimate with someone else in called our marriage stupid and And then when would come back up again in the next aisle i would say the same thing over and over and over again until it left me alone and i mean that was just my fulltime job. That was my full time job per month. Working through tiny tiny moments and they just didn't have power over me anymore Until when my husband finally did come home. I didn't need to work through every single hurt with him not to say he didn't deserve a for sure. Deserved all that and we did lots of work. But you know it just wasn't i had already worked through those things with god so i didn't need husband to pay. I'm telling you. This is like the gospel i mean and this is so anti the world because the world saying jamie. You don't owe him anything no he has hurt you. He has looked at your marriage and said this doesn't matter You can forgive him but you don't have to love him or pursue any of this and then you're like but actually this is the gospel and my favorite thing you've said so far today. Is that even. If i did. Not get my marriage back. That i was near to god right and i I have not in my marriage. I have not personally been affected by an affair but in relationships very close to me i have and it has hurt me and it didn't even happen to me. Okay so but so. The ripples of affairs go very wide Which no one realizes when they're in the midst of it right. They just think it is going to affect themselves but early on in our marriage and i'm telling you this show you how much god has changed me. As a wife early on in our marriage. I looked at aaron and i said if you ever cheat on me. I'll never forgive you. And i'll never i'll never stay with you absolutely yes and here. I am pastor's wife. And i'm looking at my husband and saying this is the thing this is it right and he literally like it comment if upsets me now. Because he looked at me with the most like like. I had hurt him so deeply he was like. That's the meanest thing you've ever said to me. And i'm thinking are you freaking kidding me like if you cheat on me. You don't deserve this forgiveness. Right so god has been working in my life for years and just literally in the past six months. Did i come to this like awareness. Because i think i have seen my marriage that i want to be the perfect wife and i wanna love aaron so well so that he'll never cheat on me all right so i'm serving him loving him. Not for god not our marriage but just so like he. He doesn't need to find a.
"jami" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey
"Mean i needed the cross. I needed. jesus. I needed his debt. I needed him to help me walk to the shower and get in there like i needed him to help me. I was so skinny. It was so i mean i felt like i was wasting away but food wasn't like burst I know that sometimes you know people go in that direction. I'll eat more phillip. I just didn't think about it i. It wasn't like i wasn't having a problem or you know anorexic situation. I legitimately it was not. It didn't cross my mind until i would set an alarm so that i would eat lunch at noon. I would make make my phone beep. So that i would remember to go and methodically chemically. Chew a half of a sandwich. And you know i mean. That's how in that was lord. Help me help me get this sandwich down. I mean that's how much i needed. Jesus now before. I only needed him to bring me good things. Help me find a parking spot or You know before. I needed him when i needed him. He was my gina bottle. And then this all happen. And i needed him to. I needed a miracle. So would you say bully that. You're thankful for this. I'm always said that. I get a lot of feedback. People don't like hearing that But i had said that from the very beginning really grateful that god chose to love me in this way. I wasn't angry. I was not. It wasn't my response was a lot of other things. But i was angry at god. I just needed him so much. There was no even room for me to be mad. And i didn't have enough emotional energy actually to the amount at one many anything else. That was already mad at my husband. But so yeah i've always said i've been super grateful for that because it changed my life. Yeah for sure. And i can think of so many other situations of people that i have end my and myself personally walked through stuff and i would say i wouldn't change anything. I mean it was hard to walk through a wish. I wouldn't have had to. But because i walked through that i need jesus more i see my i say that with my parenting. God's giving me some kids. That are difficult before i had those kids. I was like pro parents. I mean i could do seminars. Parenting was a breeze. Do you guys want me to write a book right. Exactly you need like yeah. And then i get some kids that are difficult and so then all the sudden. It's like oh way i actually need you. Jesus i thought i knew how to do this. Life thing right and so. That's i think about that all the time you know. Okay so jamie when you. This all sounds amazing. I mean how many years out are you. Seven seven years out. I'm grateful for this. I love jesus more blah blah blah. But what about that. First month when i found out. Yeah i mean what did that first month. Look like how did you. I guess my question is for no doubt there are people listening. That have walked through your shoes and a specially. No doubt people are listening. That will encounter this. What did that first month like. Did you realize your need for. Jesus that much then i i had already. Since i i felt like my marriage was going downhill. No one was listening to me in. My husband was gone absent literally and then like even conversation. I was like talking to a stranger i mean i don't know. Houses scribe it. I was alone so for two months leading up to that in kind of that last month before everything happened. I was so alone and it had nobody. Nobody was listening. Or believing me. And i started then needing jesus and i look back on that time in think that he drew me into him so near. I en- i always think of things like visually. I'm more of a creative minded person. And so i think of that time as like being on a beach. The clouds are coming. It's dark you know. Storms coming. You can hear the rumbling and i look at that time as god holding my hand and leading the into the cleft of kind of rock That will not be moved in the storm. No matter what came. I god drew me into the. I knew the storm is coming and kind to say little whispers here and there that said like on. I need you to get in close and i mean tender tender moments which course cry. I don't know why. Maybe it's because i don't sleep but With all these children are so naughty but Tender tender moments. God i mean that was my first real moment of meeting him in. So that tenor tenor time of him. Leading me into the rock and from then on because the storm did come and it was that horrible. I knew i could trust him. He had done that. And i knew you know if he was kind enough to bring me into this claps and i felt like i was really rooted. I felt like we were on some kind of roller coaster and everyone was in the roller coaster. But i was the only one buckled in. I mean everyone was freaking out. Everyone was mad and angry working. You're all their stuff. And i was watching it around me like everyone is flying out of the roller coaster. I was buckled in. And i don't know how else to describe it. But because god had already brought me in for the storm Throughout the storm. I remained very very close to jesus through that in. I'm jealous of myself during that time..
Receivers to Target in the Late Rounds of your Dynasty Rookie Draft - burst 04
"Turnaround. Flip them for profit moving onto the next guy who ran five picks later in the nineteenth pick of the guy that i am super high on. Its the army brown from north carolina. Going to the washington football team and let me tell you why i like damn brown. The rebound has six one. One hundred eighty nine pounds of has pretty ideal size for receiver but and north carolina. he had to terrific seasons. He's past two seasons in twenty twenty. He had fifty five catches for one thousand ninety nine yards and the twenty nine thousand nine hundred fifty one catches for one thousand three hundred four forty nine yards and oh by the way throughout. He had twelve touchdowns in his sophomore year in towns in his junior. This is pretty impressive. Because i'm not sure if the North carolina has had great quarterback play particularly either. It is not. I'm not super familiar with a north carolina. The program but how how how should be the number one pick probably next year so they. They've had a pretty good quarterback he's other classmate that's right. I did hear about how so okay. They did have how but anyway. A guy putting up static this two years as Sophomore and junior. And he's doing this by the way with fifty one and fifth in fifty five receptions so it's not like he's getting a ton of targets he's maximizing opportunities putting up staff that are up there with with the top of the top and so this is a guy that You could argue count. Wise in what he's produced typically makes him atop success in receiver in this class. But oh by the way. He's fallen into the third round. Now the draft and he's actually ending up in a landing spot better than the guys that went before him because the washington football team they have terry maclaurin but do they have a number two receiver. No the don't cam. Sims is not going to cut it. Let's let's be real here for second. Kempson is not going to cut this guy who's going to step in right away and be the number two receiver so if anything. I can see this guy having a top five season as far as rookie receivers this this upcoming season because there is such an immediate chance for brown shine. I loved the town. And i love the situation. So both those things matchup for me and ryan patrick in their offense while just knowing ryan fitzpatrick. He's a guy who likes to sling the ball He's not free for big throws and yami brown is a guy that could be a target while so this is an the situation to really like especially in the strip term but i think his talent overall what is what will help him. Secure the number two role for washington in the long term. You did forget. Courtesy meals with their in the offseason. Curtis samuel okay. yes courtesy. You might be the number two receiver. But i'm not. I'm not saying that kurdistan wills a lot in geometry breath. If i think those are two big comparable players and the down brown can still end up. Overtaken curtis samuel for the number two role because it's not like samuels established in washington. Anyway he's gonna they're gonna walk on equal playing fields if anything. Yeah to co plank. Roads honestly yeah. So i mean i you know how high was on diane. Be brian i think i was probably than anybody else in the industry pre-draft in you know the fact that he didn't get a super high draft capital. I think a lot of people would just never really caught up to where the hype was going was headed towards So now he kinda ended up back back to where he's at. I know you said you saw them. You know at the beginning of the third round in. I'm in motion address. At pretty much where i got him every draft. You know there was two guys. I walked away with almost in every draft i. It was karen's marshall because if he was following the second taking them and diani bryant third. I was taking him no matter what and wasn't trained. Now those picks and i wasn't moving up or down at sticking with it. So i ended up with jami round maybe beating my number one player at of all my dynasty leaks. So you know. I'm i'm really high. I think there's a lot of potential to proprietor curse. Amiel i do think we'll we'll out touch him for sure year. One you know. But terry mccaren is another guy you know. He did not have first round draft capital as a rookie. So he's only got a couple of years left before they have to really choose on renewing his contract whether they wanna pay him if they view him to be a. You know an elite receiver that they wanna pay top ten top twenty money. They might just let him walk. You know and if that's the case the brown is almost a cologne terry records. You know he. He averaged over twenty yards a catch with a lot of volume in college. Which is one of. it's got to be one. The highest of abo scouted and You know the way he wins is he. Wins deep wins. He's a burner he gets out feel and i think there's actually a lot of room for him to grow because didn't see him run a really complex route tree and north carolina. They didn't ask them to you. Know and as kirsten says you know why why would the team tell him to do something different and teach them other rouse when when he consistently wins for twenty on the field every time you know. They don't need them to do that but an nfl. He probably has higher upside now because he can still learn. The trees like we saw with decay metcalf in some other like a jay brown. You know the same knock on metcalf was he. He only ran Slants down the in the Mississippi offense coming out of college and look how that turned out you know now. He's one of the better route runners in the entire league to mix with the athletes athletic ability. So i really liked the army brown. And i think that You know if you're getting him in the late second and early dirty of your rookie drafts. I think you're you're walking away with one of their players in the draft. One of the guys that we both really like. You can expect for geometry brown to produce put up some big
U.S. Agrees to Remove Xiaomi From Blacklist After Lawsuit
"Us has agreed to remove. Xiaomi from the blacklist that could have restricted american investment in jami following xiaomi's lawsuit earlier this year quoting bloomberg. The chinese smartphone had sued the government earlier this year after the us defense department under former president. Donald trump issued an order designating the firm as a communist chinese military company which would have led to a delisting from us exchanges and deletion from global benchmark indexes. The defense department has now agreed that a final order vacating the designation quote would be appropriate according to a filing to the us courts tuesday jami which makes robot vacuum cleaners electric bikes and wearable devices alongside smartphones had been an unexpected target for the trump administration co founded by billionaire entrepreneur. Lee jun more than ten years ago with us. Chipmaker qualcomm as one of the earliest investors. The company has insisted it's not owned or controlled by the chinese military court in march cited with jami and the lawsuit and placed a temporary halt on the ban. us district judge rudolph contreras said. At the time jami was likely to win a full reversal of the ban as the litigation unfolds and issued initial injunction to prevent the company from suffering quote irreparable harm and quote. Now this does not mean that suddenly will be able to buy top of the line. Xiaomi phones easily here in the us even though jami just past apple for number two market share in europe. The phones are not designed or designated for the us market. Though today i learned it is possible to buy asia my phone if you're in the us and use it on us networks though you have to jump through some quite considerable hoops. Also jami does have a whole array of laptops and fitness bands and traffic centuries that are more available than i thought. Just a quick amazon
"jami" Discussed on Live Your Dreams Awake Podcast
"Acts hail envision a set of stairs in front of you step up on the first stare setting the intention you are going to see your hall of records as you stop up onto the second step invite your spirit guides loved ones and ascended masters to meet you at your hall of records as you step up onto the third step. You may start to notice different. Sounds smells migrations. You may feel a pressure in your left ear as you step onto the fourth. Step notice before you garden. This is your garden. You can.
Android 11 is final with day-one updates from Google, betas for other OEMs [Update]
"Flow you got the top story. This is the top story and yet sadly, I cannot rejoice with you all because I have no idea. Oh Eight. No Yeah I have no idea what I did with my Pixel. I tried to look behind me to see if it was over here but it's not over here behind me anyway injured eleven is official today just like just like that. Maybe you were on twitter or new saw sooner Pacheco tweeted hey, everybody Andrew Eleven is out. So it was launched today it's going to be available for Pixel phones as I mentioned as well as select phones from one plus Jami Otto and real me all on day one Now I gotta ask Ron Have you seen anything on your one plus seen anything on mine Hang on. Let me check. Okay No I'm still android ten. Checking all day. Let me tell you. Still owe an update from like a month and a half ago or something I don't know. I'm not a good example for other people. Checking for update your devices up to date android ten Dang it. It. One of these days morrow leaving tomorrow. We. Tomorrow. Some features to look forward to an android eleven or as Jason Likes to refer to it android double hockey sticks and we don't mean the other thing that spells. Bell Double Hockey sticks although if you're in California right now might feel like that. Some features included android eleven conversations, which lets you prioritize certain notifications over others in certain groups of messages as wells bubbles, which you've seen pop up maybe through Facebook Messenger there's also screen recording and new smart home media controls that are embedded right into the lock screen as well. Excuse me not lock screen the little screen that power menu, the power menu. There are also media controls in the notifications shade, any wireless Android Auto, one time permissions for your favorite APPs to make it easier for them to launch and easier to know when you need to check on those permissions. There's also again I jumped ahead I, meant those auto reset permissions those the one that will come through and say, Hey, remember this app you might want to revoke location access in like we have talked with the android developers. There's some new main line project mainline modules that have been included android eleven. so that means more fasttrack updates without having to wait for the whole Os to update itself. pixels will get some special features. So if you have a pixel, you will have access to find friends in the live you within Google maps kind of like the fine. My friends feature that's been on iphones for so long also smart reply in G Board for chat? APPS. All that is will be on all on device. You want to worry about any processing happening offscreen I guess in the cloud also, there will be more a i. Driven APPs suggestions on the home screen. You might have remembered when we previewed this in the Andrew Eleven Beta on the pixel basically it's a dynamic dock. It changes throughout the day and as your usage changes on your phone and you might be surprised how pretty accurate it can be throughout the day so. Serving you other three here. You'll know my answer I'm a little delayed on right now. How are you guys feeling for Andrew to eleven? Will you upgrade immediately or will you wait a bit Let's start with you Dunkin. I'm curious to hear about your stance on this. So I woke up this morning in Australia to Jason's tweet sign that he got the the update spend the update button. Had it installed within about fifteen minutes? So I was jumping straight on board. I didn't. I didn't do any of the Betas. So I've been waiting for this dying for quite some time. So I was very much looking forward to it of any had a little while to play with it, but I think my top free three phages in odor is the Powellmania that is absolutely fantastic. Especially, the home control about a lot of high motivation, and so that's made using that really simple. Next would be the media edification having a consistent rich Ui for controlling that is fantastic and I'm excited by the idea of the conversations notification bubble so much convince at the compensation Gruden. And this another non switches in there as well. But Not Straight on board my problems IFA. And those who opt out using Google Pie wondering if it's GonNa, break it so far. It hasn't Google play sins very tribal when you update. That's good. What Jason What are your the other one here with a pixel. Couple of pixels actually like I saw a news. Thunder Geez. I was waiting for my turn I had. To go it's your turn now and I ruined spoiler alert. I am on the one plus seven pro and normally I wait until the official kind of until I get the notification to install it do the whole rollout and I will do that when it hits my one plus or whenever I get my new Pixel for a whichever comes first. I ordered the Pixel for a for a last week on a on a whim as a it's time for a change. I've had this I've been on one plus for the last at least a year plus or so. I was like, let me go over the pixel down with low price with amid. Let me walk the walk and the mid range. Mid Range price phone and so it's not supposed to ship until October. So I might get it might get android eleven plus seven before I get the fix foray but either way I'll get there eventually
"jami" Discussed on The Techy Tony Marketing Podcast
"Owners, how to leverage technology to grow their business using the power of the Senate. We're back with another very, very exciting guest I am super pumped to talk to her you guys might know him as Midwest softwash they get rave reviews on facebook there being tagged on post and the major kicker. So everybody. Welcome. To the show may thank you so much for having us for excited to be here. Yes. Jamie thank you so much for making some time I. Know You guys are super busy this time of year. Yes, this is actually our busiest time of year I. Think a lot of people think it's like gum spring and and summer, but really it's the all time. That's our busiest our greatest and were so excited to have a great season in several customers that last little push before winter and all that stuff. That's right. Awesome will thanks for coming on. I don't want to waste any time I'm super excited to talk to you. So I guess we'll start with the basic question. Tell me a little bit about yourself, your family and all that we'll go from there. Awesome. Yeah. So I'm Jamie have two beautiful daughters. We have teagan N Lee and the CO owner of our company and founder is Rick. That's my husband we've been in business for eleven years We are truly family owned and operated. This is what we do. All year around is exterior cleaning in taking care of us. Yeah I've seen the pictures of your daughters. Uber is not some great pitchers thanking them. There's always the truck in the background. Uniforms. Now, we're starting them young. Mother good right. Eight. Awesome. Why the question of my own we know you guys do our watching for commercial and non-commercial but offer any additional services aside from our watching. Yeah, we do actually. So we actually specialize in softwash. So, that would probably be our number one service for taking care of commercial residential. We offer the pressure washing. WE TAKE CARE OF WINDOW.
"It's time once again to answer your burning market questions. Total request was such a hit guy of lots of fun, right? We've got so many questions. We thought we'd take some more. And our first question comes from John and Long Island. Guys. This is John from long. Island by question on salesforce, our border in the march lows, and it seems to hit a resistance point at two hundred dollars a share. Do you think I should sell right now as it may not only exhilarated from here. Hold or potentially by more on your thoughts. Thank you. All right John From Long Island, Jeff males! What do you say to him about crm? Well look if you bought at the lowes. You're probably working on a thirty five forty percent gain something like that so I think at that point in time. It's always smart to take a little bit off the table so I would start there. John but I'd also say. The stock is holding a multiyear uptrend. It looks like it wants to break out to a new absolute high. It looks like it wants to break out to a new relative high versus the SNP so I actually think that you can play the momentum and salesforce, but definitely take a little bit off the table if you're games, are that big? I tend to agree I. Mean it's really not just about my view on the stock. It's about what is the prudent way to go ahead and risk manage up thirty five forty percent. You one hundred percent need to be taking some chips off the table. I would agree I would agree as well in terms of the long-term uptrend. I would say it is pressing down a little bit towards if I remember correctly is fifty day moving average, but as long as it holds those long term averages. With, at least a portion of of my investment, absolutely all right, our next question is an international one. It comes to Roberto all the way from South Africa. I'm loving the show all the way from South Africa. Wanted to ask question relating to gold. It has run within one hundred dollars of historical high. So my question is. Is it time to start shorting gold and gold stocks? I mean even full Toronto two thousand. There should be more downside than up rats. I just wanted to say. Thank you for having me on the show. And thank you for your amazing analytics. As! Roberto from South Africa Guy Jami who knew we had fans although in South Africa. That is unbelievable. You know when back in another life one of our largest clients was the Reserve Bank of South. Africa And the road I believe from Pretoria to Johannesburg. Is Route One on one? And that was the codename Anecdotal Story I. Know Nobody Cares shorting gold here to me is a very short term trade. I do not although you had a huge reversal Newmont huge reversal panamerican. Silver today I. Don't think that's the right way to play. It I'm of the belief. That Gold's going to continue to move higher as his silver, and as are the mining stocks. You can be selective if you WANNA try to short them, but Roberto I stay long the commodities specifically gold and silver for the next six to nine months for sure Jaffa was your Taylor South African friend. Yeah I think that's probably too and I'll comment on silver specifically as well you know that's put in a massive base, and it looks to be breaking out to the upside so I agree with Guy Look in this environment. You might be able to play it on the short side for a quick trade, but overall I just think momentum's too strong you. You have had flows that are really aggressive into gold and the gold miner, so for that reason I think you can play it on the short side near term, but the momentum strong so I think looking out any further than maybe a month or so you probably want to stay on alongside of it
Bug Let Xiaomi Security Cameras Access Images From Other Cameras
"Police noticed that a user on reddit called. Do V. so so that there shall meet Mahia piece smart. Ip Security Camera was showing still images that appear to be from other people's homes. The images appeared when they tried to stream from their camera to google hub. Do vetoed the verge. They saw somebody's porch. They saw a man sleeping in a chair. It's all a sleeping baby in a crib. So's personal stuff here. Google issued a statement saying quote. Were aware of the issue and are in contact with me to work on effects in the meantime or disabling Xiaomi integrations on on our devices Jami has since the verge the issue had to do with the cash update meant to improve streaming quality. Also said it's fixed. The bug will will not resume. Dan Nest integration until the root cause has been completely solved. Yeah so this is fairly unsettling As I said but it didn't happen with Jamie's owned an APP so you can still use that it was only with the nest. Integration which is one of the few companies to get certified for that nest integration these days as in order to protect security. I this wasn't a breach wasn't an attack. It was just a weird bug and it was fairly rare. It wasn't like hundreds of thousands of people were seeing these images but it it was out there and it was a little weird creepy. Showed some of the pictures and they were all kind of distorted and kind of like a Japanese horror film. They're digitized and if it wasn't bad enough that your personal information your pictures and your home being exposed. They're being exposed in a very creepy way. It was definitely talked about on this story
"jami" Discussed on How I Got Here with Dave Fiore
"We started with a question about how she sees herself today. I'm a mother three. I'm a daughter when one of seven I love God. I'm a Christian and I'M GONNA Attorney. That would probably be the last thing they say. I'm so much more than a lawyer and I think I think that's what people honestly think about me when they see me but I take a great deal of pride and honor in being a mother and a Christian. My mom named me after my Dad James is his name and my mother was studying French When she was in college and she she loved the name Should she loved not the name but the worst tim which means I love you and so when they found out I was a girl the they they chose Jamie named after my dad but also because I love in French. I try to take that literally early in figuratively. I try to be love in everything I do. I try to mimic those characteristics in. I Corinthians Thirteen th chapter and in in those roles that I take on as mother as daughter sister as friend as attorney. I try to I try to be left. That's great cool all right so like you said you grew up in a military family army and you moved around a lot. So where were you born. So I was born in Germany I was born in St Guard and my dad was stationed there for about ten years so we moved at about nine in half ten years old. I believe I was. We moved to Georgia. We moved to Oklahoma. I lived in Mississippi and he retired here in Tallahassee Asi he got a job working in the ROTC building at Fordham University. And so that's how he settled in Tallahassee. So what was it like growing up in Germany right it was amazing I just actually met someone at office depot and picked up on his accent and are you from and we got into a long conversation about how our childhood Phil trips are so different from Floridians Childhood Bill Trips Right so my kids kids go to seaworld and Disneyworld. I was going to castles so it was. It was amazing German was my first language language. Nine not a bit but It's funny how that works because when you start going to American schools at least back in that time they would you know classify having a learning disability. If you didn't speak English well enough and they would put you in classes where they just really wanted you to learn English and not kind like nurture the the language that you do No already back back back then. I think we've kind of evolved in education but Did your mom and dad speak German. No I had an any in so She kept me and my sister had a younger sister. WHO's about a year and a half younger than me? So the kept us all day long for the first three four two years of our lives. And that's how we picked up German so it. They had to learn German as a result of that they had to communicate right and US too. So Yeah But it was a wonderful experience. I'm incredibly blast. Enriched in wrenched because of that experience Just growing up in a totally different country experiencing different foods a different culture Going to summer camps in Germany. Where sure I'm the only one that you know kind of looks different and and talks a little different but I still felt like I belonged there and it was? It was just a and then going out with other army brats to was also a lot of fine too. I got to kind of recreate myself every year so to speech 'cause I was a new wave of friends come in so It was it was a very unbridged experienced. So I'm really fortunate. I had that chance to go up there for a little bit. Yeah so what was family life like the dynamics of your family. I know you said you had a nanny who who cared for you some but with your siblings flings in your mom and dad and you know being in the military and being in another country which T- wasn't another country I guess going thing you really knew what was what was that like well. I am number four of seven children so it was I. I didn't know enough to know that we he didn't have a lot. I thought we had everything. Christmases were always abundant And I was always taking taking care of always provided for So my family dynamics I felt like you know I just had the perfect child. To kind of high fill Our hats older siblings. Watching out for me. Both my parents worked my mom worked at the commissary Affect the local grocery store on post and my dad I'm not even sure what my dad did. But he was always the first to leave in the morning so he had to be out of the health collected like four in the morning to pt and gone but For most of the day in and then he would be off on for some extended period of time. Time training but I just I think that my childhood growing up with my family such a large family was just you know I never felt isolated. Never felt alone. My oldest sister is probably Fifteen years older than me and then it starts you know then. The next two oldest is a year younger than her. And then I have a ten year gap between my third oldest and then there's myself and then there was my sister Shira who passed And then I have Two brothers who are twins so you know for for a long time. My Dad was in a house full of women and then the last scattered off strong and then getting gigantic. I imagine you know military families move around a lot but that's a big family to every time resettle and get everybody situated. Imagine from there with some interesting dynamics involved with that it was you know I remember when we did finally moved from Germany and we were all in the airport. uh-huh traveling back to the United States. And it Kinda is that scene from home alone when they're all running through the airport and so that was You know all trying to make sure we had everybody until of course nobody got left behind but It was always an adventure. And I. That's what I remember member. That's why I think my childhood was so great for me back then is that It was always an adventure with us because we were so large. Germany was A little different From how I grew up in the United States we only have one channel Germany one. TV show to watch. That was American. There were other shows but we only have one channel and I think the TV would come on at like six or seven o'clock in the evening and it would be the cosby show is the show that we would watch family and so That show left like indelible. Mark on Armie obviously I grew up watching that. I love that show but I thought that our family was just almost like the cosby show huxtable huxtable valuable family right so yeah but traveling everywhere That we traveled to was just always an adventure. Always saw it as. Let's get to recreate myself. I get to be a brand new person. I get to make new friends. I get to learn from my mistakes. what kind of kid were you. I was very outgoing very athletic. I I had friends all the time we we had. You know all types of make believe Scenarios We'd play Church replay teacher. We go exploring. That's what I I love to do. I love to go and ride bikes all over the neighborhood. Go to places I knew I shouldn't be at We would find odd berries and fruits and put and eat them seeing that I survived childhood. It really it is go into homes that I should have never gone into probably freak out if my kids did the stuff that I did as a child but so it's amazing using that I survived But I guess just we were. It was Kinda felt like different times than like no. Yeah like everybody was kind of watching your child a little bit. You know making sure they're not getting into too much trouble. But I had my fair share of tetanus shots then then you know scraped knees and had no broken bones but I did fall out of a couple of trees and off a few roofs. I was extremely adventurous. You mccollough tomboy. Tell me about your tell me about your mom and dad and their relationship. What what was that like? You're selling love Tom and they still are. They're the cutest thing Different personalities. But you know my parents had seven children and so I remember you know. Every time I'd see them kiss or get close to each other I know market so that was like the running joke between me and my siblings. Don't let them get close together. You know We would sleep underneath their beds heads or you know right before everyone went to sleep. We'd hop in the bed with them. They were just Now I look back and I'm like God you know you don't really see marriage it just like that anymore but My Dad instilled some very core principles in US growing up very early. You know early early on. which was you know? Always do the right theme. Tell the truth take responsibility for your actions Be of service to someone and my mom. I'm the same thing you know. Always do. Your best She wouldn't correct us when we're wrong but she would never correct us in front of other people which which I greatly appreciate it As a kid you get in trouble at school and you'd fill like Nolan as the teacher against you the principal and your classmates Parents are GONNA get mad G to and she would. She made me feel secure and she made me feel like she was on my team all the time she's just that type of woman and and but she'd also give her very last to any one of us and so service and charity. Her big thing is charity. Charity always begins at home. You have to do it at home. I and so they install still those type of qualities into us to watch them together even though they are completely different people they share the same values and it was evident that there was love in my home and that they left us very much. So Yeah that's a pretty awesome start to life than to have that in your family. Yeah you know as a child you don't really see that especially when you have other siblings because you think in you're the middle child you think that other people are the favorite in so I would as a child but I was a little different. I I look back at that time. And I'm like you had everybody's attention all the time like you were. You were taking control all the time And so but I remember over at that time in my life I felt like my younger sister was getting the attention. The twins because they were boys or getting away with everything and the older girls girls were getting away with everything and so I didn't really see it the way you know. Your your child's point of view is just so limited in a narrow for sure. Yeah so so when you moved to Tallahassee. Your Dad retires to take a job from retired from the military to take a job at at family with a ROTC. Well no he actually was still in the military when we moved Tallahassee and he was Working ROTC in it was part of the last last leg of his duty. If you will But I think that was some time in ninety three or ninety four when we moved to Tallahassee and I think right after my sister passed is when he retired which would have been in two thousand and one. Okay so you move. You're in middle school. I guess in Rome no matter age so whipped school. Did you go to so it's not around anymore. It was bellevue middle school and That's where I met Maggie Lewis Butler. Who was my science teacher at the time? I am I met Dr Hassler who I'm not sure where she went but she. She was the principal there at the time. And I think she's since it's gone on to teach at the university level but I met so many That's when relationships really started to matter to me. I think before are moving at Tallahassee. I was always so adventurists always trying to recreate myself. You know what's the next thing being I'm GonNa do with my friends. I wasn't really spending time in getting to know people So I think at Bellevue when I start to realize a relationships actually matter ager also because you knew you were probably going to be here for a while you know. I didn't think I was going to be there for a while. I didn't have any concept of what was next in terms of whether to move it was just another moon So to my surprise you know I stayed here and of course as a kid you know. I can't wait to leave your. I can't wait to leave here. You know what what I would say so. You didn't love Tallahassee to where I didn't I didn't I you know coming from Germany and coming from other places where kids were just like me. They were moving around from one place to the next I felt like the kids that I was around before moving to Tallahassee us. He had a little bit more of a broader experience that they adopted better to people who were different from them and when I got to Tallahassee I just I faced with you know with a lot of criticism At the schools that I tended From teachers from student inch from my peers. So I didn't like them. I didn't talk like them. You know now I found us a little different right but I broke. You weren't from here well and also students would say to me. Oh you sound like a white girl. I'm not white for the listeners. Just save case photos right so I would get a lot of that and I would be. I'd come home upset and crying. Like why are they saying that what is downing white sound. I and you know what does sounding black satellite light or you act like a white girl..
NFL: Weekend triple-header to determine playoff schedule
"I'd like began the NFL serving up a special Saturday triple header in the opener to Sean Watson in the AFC south meeting Texans visit Jamis Winston and the research and Buccaneers who won four straight to get back to seven seven the bills visit the patriots seeking revenge the women one with the teams first met in late September then the forty Niners host the rams LA in a must win situation all lost eliminates the defending NFC champs from the wild card
Qualcomm Goes For The Mid-Range: Snapdragon 765 and 765G
"This announcement is happening in Hawaii In here is specifically in Maui where QUALCOMM is hosting its annual summit kind of become a tradition where they announce what processors are coming in to our mobile devices in the following year and they do it in paradise because because where else would you do it but in paradise I mean processors paradise they both start with the letter p Okay so they've announced these snapdragon again. Eight sixty five and the lower end. I suppose well maybe not mid range the lower end seven sixty five so both systems will have a focus on five G. A. I.. Both like really big buzz words if you've been paying attention to mobile news you know the ladder of Ai is going to become A big part of the mobile ecosystem. I mean it already is if you're an android user and the former five G. is going to be a big part of just just driving smartphone sales as we have seen with this year twenty nineteen and five versions coming out. Be the first to get five G.. We'll twenty twenty is going to be everything has five G. now your carrier probably doesn't but at least you have when you know when the cell towers go up kind of thing The mid range seven sixty sixty five will feature an integrated g option a like the higher end eight sixty five which will utilize the separate x fifty five five G. Modem so so likely kind of assigned to show that those lower end phones kind of coincide with how five G. has a slow rollout than we we are expecting but of course the flagships are going to have the five G. embedded right there on the marquee because it's such a nice marketing slogan right So couple of brands have announced that they are going to come through with these processors. So via nine to five Gu goal Xiaomi OPPO Lenovo Slash Motorola are all confirming the development of flagship smartphones. That will pack snapdragon eight sixty five while HMD global noble who we know is the brains behind the Nokia brand now says it has plans for the snapdragon Simmons Sixty five powered devices which you know make sense it tracks ax Jami of course was the most specific officially announcing the existence of the me ten. Of course the me. Ten was kind of already sort of soft announced announced earlier this year so we knew it was coming But officially this is announcing that the me ten is going to have the new snapdragon architecture in it The the company also says it will be one of the first one of the world's first smartphones to feature that processor so bragging rights are due
Yasmin Khan: Stories of Recipe in a Cookbook
"Yasmin I'm so excited to be talking to you today thank you for being here thank you for having me I love your book Zitouni we had it as part of our book club a few months ago and I read what about it then and I wrote about that and I'm still raving about it I find it just to be Such a great mix of cookbook that also tells a lot of really incredible story okay so I wanted to talk to you first about your own story you have a little bit of a unconventional background for food writer and I'd love to he's here a little bit about how you found your way to food from was it a law degree that you have to begin with yeah I mean it's about as dry as you can get saying they're studying you know treaties and laws it's about as far away as you can get from like the creative intensity of of a kitchen but I think that in a way my you know connection to the food world just started from such a young age because my family grandparents were farmers and think anyone who's grown up around fresh produce it just installs in you from such a young age real reverend of I mean definitely vegetables and you know when we were you know my my family would grow rice but then also all kinds of plants they eh clients and peppers and tomatoes and cucumbers and so you know cooking a meal you know would would very much be about going off getting eggs and getting beans and getting vegetables I'm getting rice all from the land we had chickens and we had cows soya milk cow like when I was like four years old so I think that's what is my love food but it wasn't until I was older when I was around thirty that I decided to make the the the real shift I was working for a British charity in London I'd been working for nonprofits throughout my twenties for different kinds of human rights campaign groups and you know often happens for people working on this quite intense subjects I mean I was working on stuff light deaths following contact with the police or Israel Palestine or the you know the continuing occupation of Iraq and Afghanistan so I mean you know pretty heavy stuff I just ended up having like a classic burn out like I just yeah you're still pretty young at that time rate thirty yeah that's pretty young really young but enough time to start a new career yeah absolutely and go diagnosed with chronic fatigue which kind of basically leaves you with very little energy to do anything but I could cook and it was during that purser healing from the illness and recovering the I. Refound my love of food and as part of my time off for my job going to Iran to spend some time with my grandmother my grandfather recently passed away and and while I was there I set myself this task of asking different family member is what their favorite recipes were and if they would show them to me and while we were cooking together I just stick my iphone down and record what we were saying and and I did the opportunity when we were in the kitchen you know chopping onions or you know at an making dumplings I do not opportunity to ask them about their lives in the history and and probably the kind of conversations you'd be wanting to have even if there weren't a recorder exactly yeah when I came back to the UK after that time I suddenly realized I sitting on a treasure trove of recipes and stories that would really enable you know someone in the asked you know someone like my friends just to kind of get a glimpse of what life in Iran was like and Iran is a place with just like the most incredible Zine which I'm so thrilled in the last is you know he's been getting lots more attention but you know when the Saffron Tales came out you know which is only three years ago that you know it didn't you know it was part of that that trend I think the Saffron Tales your first book you wrote out of those stories and recipes from your time in Iran exactly and that was definitely like part memoir very much about your own lived experience and then you your second books they tune which which we're talking today is kind of much different in a way because it's not the experience that you grew up with but it's a little bit more of an anthropological look got a region So how is it different to be working on that book after your first one yeah it was it was both weedy different and really similar I mean in a thread that's run through all of my work over the last eighteen years has been a real love of storytelling and a real understanding that stories is how oh not only we better understand the world around us but we also better understand ourselves and when I was working for Human Rights Charity israel-palestine was my brief signed so I was really familiar with the place but also the food you know I was really lucky in London like I live incredibly close to the author Langi Cafe so like you know twelve hundred eighteen years ago I remember I e in kind of food and being like wow it's so similar to Persian food but then it's got so many differences and you know food from that region was already part of my culinary repertoire so when I was thinking about what book to write next you know what motivated me really clearly to write the saffron tales was deep desired to not only celebrate the incredible culture and Food Iran but also to challenge stereotypes of how people normally perceive Iran and I think the Palestinian kitchen another place where I felt I could use food to really share stories of a place I think too often when we see depictions of places is like Palestinian communities either through very narrow political prison or it's because something really bad happened and you know of course there are huge challenges is in that region but there's also a lot of beauty of joy and a lot of great food and so you had been going to that region for work previously so that was your first exposure to it and to the cuisine there yeah so I I went in two thousand nine which is about ten years ago and I really remember it clearly because it was July so it was really hot and we was dipping in our meetings with projects that we were going to whether it was visiting olive farming communities or kind of joint and Israeli Palestinian in community initiatives and it was quite heavy stuff because it's you know region which is just yeah fraught with human rights abuse But the reason I remember it was July hi it's because I really remember in times off kind of walking through the markets and just it being packed with all this color the color and abundance of of summer whether there's that was like giant watermelons sweet Jami figs incredible like berries as I mean it was you know the the produce fell so alive and as I often say like in a region that feels like it's dying that just felt so important and you Talk a little bit about how this book is laid out because I think it's really I think it's really interesting and I learned a lot just by reading about the different regions within this region I and n how vastly different styles of food are in a in a area the size of Delaware so small yeah so talk about how you decided to put the together and how you decided to highlight these different cuisines yeah so I really see this book as a travelogue I wanna take my read on real culinary adventure through listen in kitchens so I divided the book into different chapters kind of starting kind of in the north of Israel actor I and Haifa which of these incredible seaside towns the food like how how do you describe the food there yeah so the food that and actually the food of that region the North region which is the Galilee is perhaps the most traditional Levin teen type foods so you know the the things you might think of along it's on the coast they have lots of fresh seafood perhaps likes him seabream that smothered in a gorgeous like garlic Tahini saw a recipe for that in this book there is and then just so many stuffed vegetables like stuffed bell peppers stuff eggplants Zucchini stuffed with what kinds of thing yeah stuffed cows it's I mean just like I feel like if Palestinians can stop something like they will and what are they stuffing yeah well a real variety of stuff so it can be with Rice on minced Tom Flavored with maybe nutmeg cinema and kind of a warming sweet spices sometimes it can be you know plant based with kind of chick peas and rice and and sometimes it can just be kind of rice and herbs and I think one of the things that really struck me when I was doing the research for this book is just how plant based the food is from from the both it'd be really common just to have a whole Vegan meal but without any like purposefulness about it was just an abundance of vegetables and I love the the book do divide out a whole section on the Vegan and also dairy free and gluten free menus because it does seem like it this zine just naturally lend itself to diets are particularly kind of trendy here right now I know it's funny isn't it I wonder if you know that helped to some of the trend but I think all Middle Eastern diets of very I mean the Mediterranean diet is said to be one of the best for health in the world right and I really wanted to make the book very practical because I'm a home cook you know I want people to the is this isn't a recipe book which has got you know dishes in it I mean there are few like standout dishes but it's mainly stuff that I just want people to to get home from work and unlike quickly pulled together and part of that referencing was about that because so many people I know dairy free or plant based on you know perhaps just I wanna have that choice yeah so tell me about the other regions Gallery New Orleans the Galilee and then we've got the food of the West Bank which you know if the Galilee was really green you know the the West Bank is is not it is dry it's you know it's it's you know it's huge water supply issues in the region the food there reflect that so it's a lot more grilled meats a lot more bread based as opposed to rice so we're kind of thinking about dishes such as massakin which is this gorgeous kind of marinated chicken dish that's-that's made with with all spice and Su Mac and then roasted and and the big huge flat breads and the meat juices of pulled over into the bread and then you tear apart it with your hand so interactive eating yeah or Mansa which is this kind of really Halsey lamb stew made with Jimmy which is a bit of it's kind of a strange ingredient it's it's a kind of amended way Lexus is Kinda funky the milk product yeah but fermented or dried so it's a common ingredient throughout the Middle East so you know we're talking heartier dishes and Maumee Bay and then the food from Gaza is completely different as well so Gaza is a tiny strip of land and it's on the coast the Mediterranean Sea and there the focus is on lots of like see food but also lots of the flavor palate is different so the whole eternity of Gaza and cuisine is garlic and Green Chili and dill you or beef stew that you would add these flavorings into so again just really unusual so within such a small bit of like land there were three distinct culinary identities all right we're going to take a quick break to hear from our sponsor this week's episode of the bottom teeth food cast is brought to you by targets would gather when it comes to feeding families gooding gather believes that real life and eating well should go hand in hand that good food and good people are more important then when where and how we eat that's why they created good and gather favorite flavors in selected staples made for real life in many ways we gather made with high quality ingredients and carefully crafted recipes to create better tasting food that you can be confident is a good choice for you in your family that's good engaged her new and only at target so you spend a lot of time like just talking to people while you're there I mean it sounds like from reading the book you're constantly introducing the reader to new families to people who you cooked with and telling their stories so what was the is that might be through social media I'll call out for friends of friends does anyone know anyone in an area and luckily the way the world works now you can meet people that way other times you'd be at someone's House and then they'd be like Oh well you've got to try the bakery in this town like my aunt sisters cousin runs an incredible drier and she was like just this really likes spirited young Palestinian woman you know she had right head like pomegranate tattoos like a real kind of cool artists and she was such a big Foodie so we would just drive around in her car with the windows bled down listening to music and just like visiting friends there's all visiting people I've met through social media or people
Is Huawei's Worst Google Nightmare Coming True?
"Love these tech stories where it seems to be almost like a soap opera or reality show so well. Let's go back to the reality show of alway the P thirty and P thirty phones that they released recently and the ongoing trade a dispute that forced google to sever their relationships with Wa wa Wa way was stuck in a certain watercraft without a certain implement because what good is an android phone that has no access to the Google play store glee services only Jammie. I think Jami doesn't have Google play services and that one is the only one that's but anyway but there's a reason why you don't see a lot of phones on on the subway yeah you don't see any of the US exactly okay so that the trade ban came into effect in May and the EP thirty in the P thirty pro where the first way phones to be released after that ban and we're all prepared to feel real sorry for Weiwei until Oh gee. There's there's this Chinese APP called L. Z. Play that Gosh almost immediately after the release of these two phones that allows the installation of official official Google apps including the all important Google playstore like wow. I don't know who created this miraculous. L Z play APP but they must have some mad add skill as those of us who were cognizant in the late eighties to early nineties might have put it well more power to you. How wonderful well? Well okay. There's there's an update on that security researcher. John Woo wrote a medium boasts about his investigation into the APP because as a security expert it occurred to him that Gosh these are kind of like important low level APPS. I wonder how they met this APP minister work. He himself wrote the T. L. Semi Colon are are on this. I'm quoting him here the current widespread method to install google services on newly released while devices relies on undocumented Weiwei specific acidic. MD M. A. P. is although this quote back door. Unquote requires user interaction to be enabled the installer APP which is signed with a special certificate from Wa Wa is granted privileges nowhere to be found on standard android systems so what this cuts down to is that why phones have special android permissions that include the ability to install super super level system level APPS two of those permissions missions that they've created are completely and totally undocumented anywhere which is definitely on the superlatives side of sketchy sketchy so demonstrating that if you want to get things done one of the most wonderful ways to do it is to simply create a medium post was to how many of our stories over the past couple years that were really really important interesting started with so and so wrote a medium post with their experiences and or investigations so the follow up was pretty quick well first of all whatever website that was hosting the L Z play APP was taken offline alway revoked the certificates that allow it to work to sort of cover tracks but I guess it didn't appease anybody because if you're not familiar with safety fifty nine this is Google's own tool and own process that will certify that a phone that runs android is safe and secure and hasn't been tampered with meaning that you can trust trust to run APPS on it and know that they're probably they're excuse me according to safety net at the test it has nothing weird about it that might result in like your credit card information being stolen or the hardens a secure area of the hardware being accessed by something that's not secure and well you know now how the Pe- thirty and the P thirty pro are now fail the safety net test so Google's tool no longer will certify to apps that run on the phone with this is a trustworthy APP with the immediate fallout that Google pay no longer works and any other APP that asks asks the Android android system. Hey has this phone. Can you tell me that this phone has not been tampered with and can trust it with this thing that I'm telling the user should be really really secure now. ANDROID android itself will say no. You really shouldn't do you. Should you should trust a hamburger that you found on the sidewalk on package more than you should trust this this phone right now share assessment I do. I do have to know so last night are all about android we had Michelle Rahman from exceed developers on and they had written about this back door and it's actually like quite it's quite involved to try and get it down. Ah installed on a walkway device but it's just like an interesting. I don't know to me it. Just it like you said earlier. It feels like it's just political theater at this point that and it's also it's also just indicative the time where we are living in this very league binary operating system mobile operating system world where you just have either ore and I can understand and why people would be freaking out over way not having access to the Google play store and Google apps but it just this doesn't feel like the way to do it folks you know and the thing is those alway phones have that back door right because there's those phones are sold in markets where Google is is company Non Gratis. I'm thinking Russia and China and Russia has its own like APP store sort of situation I think it's yen decks and China has its own and so I think that's why they were able to kind of make this happen but the way it all sounds is so sketchy and shady and I and I actually feel I mean you never should feel completely bad for like a giant corporation because again they'll oh yeah they don't corporations are not people people. All people are but we know the Supreme Court sometimes but I also kind of feel bad because this narrative has been in the press since Twani any way before twenty twelve when there was that actual security issue found with wall way not smartphones. I think it was like wow way. Conferencing devices were like a part of this and so it's it's kind of a thing and it just it yeah it just kind China it sucks or Wa but also don't don't use a backdoor to install things 'cause that's super unsafe no matter how badly when it use a phone in a certain country Oh my God just just don't do that. That's that's why side loading one of the things that I most appreciate about android the fact that you can go deep into settings and flip a switch to side low dance from that aren't necessarily that aren't signed by the Google play store because I feel as though if you've spent either two hundred dollars or twelve hundred dollars on the phone you own the phone and you can do whatever you want with it. Yeah however that's Oh that is just like that's like hanging out a welcome mat for every bad thing that can happen as a result of open owning phone but if you're going to be that if you're going to be that bold shall we say absolutely it is it does we should say it does look as though this was th there's nothing super suspicious about this Weiwei's intentions while this is something that wow a deaf back back door that while away from evidence clearly put in themselves to facilitate the installation of Google services however it does appear as though that was their sole intent content with us that it wasn't a back door that could then be exploited by other governments or whatever not that it couldn't be but that was it and it is still kind of one of the reasons why why we became so open to scrutiny and speculation is that we don't know for sure who owns it and it's supposedly owned by this one person however who owns the majority of the stock however once you start going one or two layers deep deep you see get to the point where okay we don't know who owns while way so a given yeah so I do. I do think that the trade wars that are going on are not good at all. I don't think that they're rationally founded. I do believe that industrial espionage is a real a threat. I also believe that if a government owned telecommunications hardware company wanted to take advantage of the fact that the world was basing a five there five did you network on hardware built by a company based in their country that they would coerce or ask the this company say Yeah we want you you just put this little component inside all of your five G. Hardware and it looks like a resistor but it's not a resistor that is definitely something to be. What for? I don't believe that the the the machinations that are pursuing this trade war are towards the our wealth out or designed to do the effect is best for people at just goes to show. We're plugging you know the podcast to we were talking about this on macrey yesterday. That's just so much uncertainty about the future than there are a lot of companies apple included Google included that they're part of their solution to a lot of these problems. Does let's wait to see if there's a new president next year because Republican or Democratic everything could change and a lot of horrific problems looms for tech businesses could go away if there is a different president in that
Foldable phones are here, and they're crazy expensive (The 3:59, Ep. 524)
"Three fifty nine. I'm Ben FOX Rueben. Joni Saltzman Samsung got a wave of attention for introducing its first foldable phone the galaxy fold last week not to be outdone though. A bunch more companies came out with their own foldable phone news at mobile world, congress soon after the most notable new entrant is the Weiwei mate X. Maybe it's the mate ten we don't even know what axes anymore, which will cost wait for it two thousand six hundred dollars. And it's expected to come out. I think a little later this year. But I mean, what do you think of that price that's really expensive? But we are talking about, you know, the next wave of technology for your little super computer that you hold on your hand. So it it's kind of like the first really new thing in a phone in a long time. And so all at least give full. Dible phones. I'll grant them that that if you're doing something that's legitimately different a high like putting the price higher make sense where it gets annoying as where it's like we have really incremental advancements instead of bringing the price of a phone down when you're not really revolutionizing it. That's where it goes like higher and higher and higher. What are the other interesting arguments? So the same son galaxy fold is two thousand dollars that one's coming out at the end of April and one of the interesting arguments about justifying that price was okay. Well, you not actually buying one phone, you're buying two phones because full doubt. And it's kind of two phones or whatever I don't know how much by that. But at least it got me a little bit closer to being like. Oh, yeah. Sure. I would pay that. No, not really. Some of the other interesting foldable phone news that I wanted to get to TC L also showed up showed off a concept phone Benz into a watch. Yeah. I don't know about that one and Jami in January showed off a video of a phone that folds kind of like a billfold sort of it'll be easier to explain video. It's basically it starts like this. And then a foles on either side and turns like kind of more into like a tiny or phone or something. So what I wanted to also ask is, do you think that especially after the prices go down on this stuff that people are actually going to buy this? Let's say reaches like, let's say thousand dollars thousand five hundred dollars is it going to be a gimmick or people really going to be into it. I think that what people are going to be waiting. Besides the price tag on down is whether or not this means your phone dies. Like, if you're going to drop like twenty six hundred dollars on a phone does that mean that it only lasts for three months because you keep folding it back and forth. I think that longevity of the phones is going to be something that people are going to be waiting to see how it fares, and that's gonna take time. It's going to take months for people. To have them out in the out in the world to see how what happens when you drop them. Yeah. Next. Netflix did really well at the Oscars last night pretty well. They did they did find we'll give them a b minus raking in three awards for Roma in best, directing cinematography and foreign language film. It did fall short in a best picture win. So for streaming services that big best picture win still up for grabs. Yeah. They still haven't snatched Hollywood's biggest alternate prize quite yet. So they had a good night. They have always gotten a cultural or from the Oscars because of a lot of resistance to their way of releasing films. Which is traditionally been you really sit for Netflix subscribers online to stream the same day, you put it in like a sprinkling of theaters around the country, which is really only to qualify for things like the Oscars. Ultimately. But they have only won two Oscars up to this point. And they never wanted a really big category really flashy category before and so winning four total in having Roma. When these kind of high profile words was a big step forward for them. Even if they didn't get best picture kind of bigger picture here. Sorry about that horrible bigger picture. Why does it matter for Netflix at all for viewers? Yeah. These awards it's one of the one of the big sticking points for top talent to come to net. Flix has been enough looks. I'm always like we got a giant check leave it in front of your face. But that doesn't been enough for everybody. Like, they missed out on crazy, rich, Asians because the creators didn't just want money. Other movies have been the same way, and that top echelon of filmmakers that a lot of subscribers probably wanna see those films have been resistant because of things like there's no track record of getting Oscars and other elements and so getting these these Oscar wins for Roma. It's definitely a step in the direction of. Appeasing? Those worries we want more than money good for them. I guess if you want to read more about these stories, check them out on seen it. I'm Ben FOX. Ruben thanks for listening.
"jami" Discussed on REAL 92.3
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"jami" Discussed on KQED Radio
"This design app initially Jami win, but the patrol when they started patrol they had to start on this application, and we'd begin under their activities in the real time. Do we have tonight patrols be conducted in these areas? So you got thirty nine patrols at in the park. I can see some of them on foot some of them little bike icons like some of the bagels. And some elephants have regularly come across the poachers in the forest. How you've got a lot of patrols how often do they find them? Maybe we have a duty from puts puts on only the skiing and then other supporters who maybe for daily life, stocks are like. Maybe the small deals buds. We take this type of meeting. Really? And we've come across with the second letter one in the regular basis, we apprehend them we hand over dimpled boggle treaty. But regarding the first one the. So you feel like you're doing enough to stop these really serious anticipations that would kill the Tigers. You think you've done enough to put them off coming into the? Are not. Activities in the game. So you get all of the as being burgled when Voller I think the poll has one of the highest concentrations of people patrolling the park tweets. One of the few army in the world. Community in this new vision? Okay. All right now, I think more than a cousin of our troops our daily can we did? And he's gonna vision, and we very she does not. And you think that's one of the reasons why this project has been so successful. Yeah. Maybe that's one of the. Okay..
Huawei beats Apple to become second-largest smartphone maker
"Speaking of smartphone, sales. A couple of interesting items with a couple of interesting numbers here according to IDC three hundred and forty two million smartphones, shipped worldwide, and q two of two thousand eighteen which is down one point, eight percent year over year. The smartphone market has basically matured globally. That's the third consecutive quarter which saw the smartphone market shrink for the first time. Apple is not the number one or number two smartphone company in terms of market share. Samsung remained the number one seller of smartphones and Weiwei. Clipped apple to number two with twenty-seven percent share of the market. Apple is number three worldwide, and Jamie number four. But interestingly Jami has pulled ahead of Samsung as the number one smartphone seller in India. Also, interestingly counterpoint, research has a report out noting that the Chinese smartphone market declined seven percent year over year. In the second quarter of two thousand eighteen that would Mark the fourth consecutive quarter of a declining market in China, the number one smartphone maker in China while way, followed by Otto Vivier and Xiaomi apple a distant fifth with nine percent market share. So as I've said previously, when Masayoshi Son pulls out his checkbook and invest in a start up, it gets my attention brand. Brandis is an ecommerce startup. That does what it says. It offers brand less versions of all sorts of consumer. Staples, there's brand.
Apple, India and Microsoft discussed on Daily Tech Headlines
"Drones to monitor pipelines and power lines the drones can fly to places normally outside the line of sight of helicopters or more basic drones both companies received special permits to test drones because they do fly beyond the visual line of sight connective infrastructure is becoming more complex as more solar and wind parks are connected to the grid bloomberg reports apple lost three executives in india and is restructuring its indian sales team apple's market share for phones in india's stuck in the single digits unable to compete with samsung and jami finally microsoft will add coal recording to skype on windows mac ios android and lennox all members of a call will be notified if a recording begins and audio and video screen shares will be included in the recording the feature will start rolling out at the end of july for more discussion of the news of the day be sure to subscribe to daily tech news show dot com thanks for listen we'll talk to you next time.
Papua New Guinea bans Facebook for a month to root out 'fake users
"The first smart speaker to incorporate a full video streaming experience with an hmo output to connect to a screen for video playback pandora has a new family plan called premium family that allows up to six different pandora counts to get premium features for fourteen dollars and ninety nine cents per month those features include choosing your own music creating radio stations customizing playlists downloading music for offline listening skipping replaying songs higher quality audio and of course no ads spotify premium apple music also have fourteen dollar ninety nine cent per month six person family models jammies me mixed to s which was announced in late march has a five point nine nine inch ten eighty p ip lcd panel and that panel can now be used for a our core apps air corps is google's platform for building augmented reality ups the me mixed to six phone is only being sold in china but through a partnership between jami and google air corps apps will be available in joe maze apps store google says more partners are coming soon and finally the papua new guinean government is banning facebook for a month in order to crack down on fake users and see how the service affects its population communications minister sam basil said his department will conduct research and analysis on who's using the platform and how amidst concerned that facebook negatively affect society papa new guinea has around seven million people but reasons detested on internet use have put that penetration at about twelve percent for more discussion of tech news of the day subscribed daily tek new show dot com daily tech headlines is supported by you thank you to everybody who supports the show at patriot dot com slash dt i'm sarah lane tacky next.
"jami" Discussed on All About Android
"And is that why we're seeing this large long laundry list of phone outside of google's control that can actually install this beta yes i mean you can see sony nokia up of voters you know me sean is a really a large list as seven devices launching with the beta because trouble allows us to work much more closely with vendors modular is is the operating system so that they're able to take on updates much more quickly it is accelerating the rate at which we can get new versions of android out and you should expect to see that continue i think the for us seeing those devices available at beta is just a huge proof point of the success of those efforts and you should continue expect to see us continue to do more there it also continued the legacy of android two which is that as has been like this really open platform i think the just like the beta is not just for the pixel users it's for you know like you were saying the communities are really growing overseas like jami is a huge deal in china so naturally i would assume you'd want your jammie phone be able to use the beta yeah so when that happens when the beta is coming through does it come from google specifically or does it have to go through jami and they have to kinda like tweak a little bit just to like make sure works fine on their devices for releases of beta like that we have worked very closely with those partners to ensure that the betas working on those devices the strength of project trouble is that it reduces the amount of interaction really the amount of overlap of the code between the our called the soc partners the oem's and google so that allows each of us to do our own work get it done much more.
"jami" Discussed on Business & Biceps
"You think you're you know i may think i'm cool in john jami think he's ruler to me but if me and john are going out and selling pillows and john has more value and selling pillows than i do but i think i'm cooler and i think just just because who i am i deserve a fifty fifty place a hey you know we don't bring the same value to this thing so we can't have a fifty fifty split learning to separate who you are and how you feel about yourself that you bring to a business if you don't outline that stuff at the top of business i can almost guarantee almost guaranteed to basically run into a situation where it will get very muddy hugh and john are going against each other in pillow says in rhesus tagline is cool as the other side of the pillow all right so i think couple of quick takeaways well one john i liked that point of setting expectation i remember that was like one of my things i was the most worried about whenever we formed a partnership coming off the last business things i knew that i wanted for my family different than the last eight years being able to be up front with you on a lot of that stuff and in you you know when you were trying to set your expectations of for me too so i thought that was like really productive in probably the true way that we were even be able to become partners i mean totally if we wouldn't have had that conversation in it wouldn't have been agreed upon i don't think this would work near as well as it has and were sensually about the go through a mini version of that again as you move here without a doubt and i know i mean that's a point i wanted just descript ally some some.
Asia shares stricken by trade tension, dollar holds gains
"Trump was aware of the payment did not constitute a campaign finance violation dale says she was paid to keep quiet about a sexual relationship with trump global news twenty four hours a day on air tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts more than one hundred twenty countries i'm yvonne man this is bloomberg so become read in with a check on the markets asian stocks getting caught in a red for the antiquities are providing some relief ozzy shares are extending gains forty fifth day as recently battered banks are extending a recovery but banks are tumbling and singapore so singaporean stops are stopping a four day rice rationing its recently claimed spot at the top of the heap in asia hong kong shares are under performing justice jami filed for an appeal which expected to be a headwind for liquidity so with the intensification that high rates may jump that is supporting the hong kong dollar while the hung sing is that session lows the hong kong dollar that is set snappy four day decline the indonesia rupiah of that is getting punished as the pain spreads in the space it's heading for that more team thousand level and the ringgit that is softer for a seventh straight day the longest losing streak in sixteen months but maybank says the rickett remains cautiously supported amid broad dollar strength and in the lead up to elections next week the yen that is catching a bit as the dollar fails to test a year nate hi with dollar both likely disappointed that the fed was less hawkish than expected last look at the ten space ozzy the best reformer here popping after the trade surplus came in wider than forecast for the month of march for the aussie dollar does remain exposed to downside surprises as bets on an rv rate hike this year benazir parkway's cba just among the latest voices to see that rate hyping push back to the first half of twenty nine thousand nine hundred that's a look at the markets in asia.
"jami" Discussed on Pocket Now Weekly
"New abused them during your daily life so i ultimately redefined the concept of usable space on a display like when because the phone has has to make digital basil's for you so you don't really get that space in a bunch of usage scenarios and you lose some of your space if the apps coded for a notch screened phone will cut it will cut the content around the notch so there are some absence some games which haven't you know totally made that migration over to iphone ten understanding and so you lose a piece of that app you lose a piece of that game interrupts what should just be a fluid visual aesthetic or a seamless visual design okay so i i get your opinion about the notch and i get i get everything again in terms of even do more notch see more notches better oh if apple did some notch we should even more notch and that's how you out apple apple you don't ask different questions like jami did you don't try and find a different solution you just do the same thing and that's how competition that's how that's how you make a good product here's here's here's here's innovation you cut the you'd like you make the notch into a full bar and just have two screens on each side and that's going to be it's four factor like that i mean that's innovation rates funny because what you've done described as he just cut across the entire screen and you just have a forehead basil like samsung dead funny that seems to work.
"jami" Discussed on Pocket Now Weekly
"Other goodies that come with having that extra real estate so with that last point made let's transition over to the shami mix to us for just a second i'm just wondering what where this device is and where the device series is in this point in the conversation where things have evolved to to buy one displays her even taller displays and the covering more of the fishe of the device and now it's like okay so the mix very pioneering in its time but that time was short lived now it's trying to it rate beyond what it already is i mean we still dealing with generally okay you know late very thin vessels except for the chin below and people even want that gone so does it does it is this just the camera phone at this is just the camera up grade that any owner no no i think this is still i think i think jami has made a a good faith argument for for being the out appaling apple android device right because we're going to be talking about notches and stuff in in how there are a lot of companies that are copying some of these bad terrible bad ideas but doing it directly and i think johnny looked at well what are what are some of the pain points involved in trying to make the best little framing the screen as absolutely thin as possible we need to cut into the screen where do we need to cut into the screen that one question instantly delineates the mimics to from the rest of the competition which is going to just copy the center cut notch doesn't almost seems like it was bought in the okay we're going to move everything down to the below section instead of having on the typical kind of you know center up facing thing now does unimaginably shows.
Google is selling off Zagat
"These are the daily tech headlines for monday march fifth 2018 i'm tom merit jami ceo lee jun told the wall street journal that the company plans to start selling phones in the us by the end of 2018 or early 2019 at has partnerships with us retailers already for selling things like it's headphones gel me is also considering an ipo later this year the new york times sources say gugel is selling restaurant review service zag it to online restaurant reviewer the infatuation the sources say the infatuation will continue its curated reviews and keeps eggett as a separate brand the financial times reports that the us department of treasury has asked qualcom to delay its shareholder meeting for a month to allow the us committee on foreign investments in the united states to investigate broad comes proposed acquisition of qualcomm broad cups headquarters are in irvine california but it is incorporated in singapore for tax reasons the wall street journal says it sources say amazon is in talks with several banks including jp morgan chase about creating a checking account product the product would be targeted at younger consumers without bank accounts bloomberg mark berman and debbie whoo report sources tell them that apple is working on applebranded noise canceling over ear headphones similar to models apple offers under the beats brand the sources say apple wants to launch the headphones before the end of the year but has hit development problems that could end the project altogether.
"jami" Discussed on Crybabies
"Got to me and i held it up against all these other movies there were like the big movies from last year had seen moonlight in the theater so that was not on that included in the package but it was the best one it was like the best out of all of them it was the truest of his the realist yeah emotion data all i mean just not that awards matter but i i still i was actually personally offended that it didn't get more recognition and and it did and i think people who know movies knew that it was great but i was really disappointed cut to annette benning in the audience at every award shoji out of smiling she she was amazing and on rosy and has fleet didn't win screenplay i think it won an oscar for best original screenplay now that was that was manchester by the sea right i don't think it was an moonlight it might have been now i think it was nominated it was nominated she should have one end of story uh anyway your your final crying q is is one of my personal crying cues for gonna put a little flavor on it um were we'll play ourselves out with it but it's the song purple ray little story but i want you to so um for all the obvious reasons it's very sad but when prince passed away i was in new orleans this was last year and it was my first year you know really living there and had been there a couple of months and it was.
"jami" Discussed on Crybabies
"Very complete speaks to the human condition in a way that's really deep i thought it was also uniform does heavily kind of the three ages of women going on has the mother it has the slightly older woman than the boy character and then it has his pierre yeah young girl who i want to talk about a little bit more but we watched we got the screener because were my husband are both union members we were watching we usually watch him all over christmas break and we were watching this one night and the kids are just milling in and out 'cause it's christmas break and nobody has to do anything and my 11yearold daughter came and sat down and sat unusually she's like you know for movies black and white she's like barring she sat and watched the whole thing and i was looking for the screen or the other day 'cause i knew we were going to do this show and talk about it and she was like i love that movie and it's been since she remembered it and i love it when things like that happen um this 'cause i love a i also love that my son and all his friends so moonlight like five times in the theatre because that to them is they're like coming of age yeah independent feeling movie where they realized that a movie can be about really profound things one of which is l fannings character tells him about which this is incredible i i have to believe that s someone actually told mike mills this during his life but says i usually only enjoy he's like because he the lil character the young boy character really wants to have sex with opening and she's like no i'm not having sex with you because i like which i related a little bit too i think we've all been in that position with a guy but um.
"jami" Discussed on Crybabies
"It it becomes its own creature it's been released into the world and the message of this movie to me was so thoroughly deeply engaged with feminine identity and issues in a way that was so rich in so many different women characters because he doesn't know anything at right yeah it's all about what the women in the movie no and what they are and what they want to teach him because it's a lot about that you know the this um she asked of the if you haven't seen at that she asked both of the women in in her life that he knows to teach him in raith and help raise them and everything like that nato he's just kind of like a receptor to every day until he sort of starts to take action the other thing that i loved about that was like that was a clot that was like a movie climax the happened like fifteen minutes into the movie i was like this is so bold later i was so iq i was just so excited about it and i was so excited about her like it was like the most ego lists yeah i know as you know about our way i don't i'm only like a fan or viewer of these things but i thought cut she like this is like the most incredible hammered that's the way i found it so interesting my husband i saw it and then my husband said should i see it and i so i thought it was a fantastic movie i think you should see it and started teasing meoni said well you know is it like a check movie and i said yes it is is a reality wanted announcer sorta her husband's a baby as he was sort of saying warn me if it i said you know what i i loved it you see it he loved it cried through the whole thing thought it was the best movie of the year and i thought that was so interesting that it is a piece of art that is.
"jami" Discussed on Crybabies
"It's a feminist movie rally yeah but made by a man yeah which was interesting y'all's and a lot of people well you know a lot of people had that issue with moonlight to of like the actors aren't gay or you know what should should you try to put under orders not be exactly who's telling these stories and his responsible for these stories and a couple of my women friends when i was you know just glowingly going on about century women pointed that out to me that it was made by man and i said but the sun is like the the the male character is obviously is probably based on his childhood cause his it was about his mother mike mills mother but the he's like the vessel for the female characters i mean why i'm night and a ham every i now and not going to argue they teachable feminists not literally i'm not going to argue with the authorship of some via so much as showed added as sticky wicket and i have resulted great john i mean you a movie i dunno i think it's in a strange way missing the point of the piece of art it it it exists in its own right right and i mean this movie i thought was one of the most inciteful movies about women that i've seen in a very long time and it doesn't i don't i'm glad it exists ira and if anything if anything it gives me hope that a mankin figures easily and portray them in such a great way i mean and i think you have to reverse that and say well the hurt locker was directed by a woman and it was really a movie although man in the mail experience of war and i thought it was a very successful moving incredibly affecting and it would really bother me if someone said well not that good cause a woman directed it right but that you know that that's kind of a false equivalency right yes yes more women need to be direct drivers and stuff however if we look at it from the perspective of this movie did very well so maybe we can have more stories like this right ten women can write and direct them right and route yana i mean it's not a one for one yet it's just this i i do think than when you have a piece of art.
"jami" Discussed on Crybabies
"For me this particular segment just i have watched was watching it like two weeks before my book came out what even though it's my six work i think feel each time it's really exciting like it i don't feel cynical about it at all ever and to see this and just know that people were still going to be excited for me and that i still am excited for other people it was just really touching to me even though there the rest of the epa said was like less so but it was really just was a really sweet moment i dunno i still got kind of choked up and i have a friend who to does right for that show and i texted emin was like i cried when she got published in modern love like i just had to confess that does not like it really really got me it's a because he worked so hard for so long in in new york and and she did had you know she has been plugging away at it for a really long time i also think zone only it's alone liaise solitary it is and i think also this sort of touches on the idea of friend friends having to cope with those are often roiling emotions about other friends succeeding and it it's a catchall loaded complicated um you know i think for writers you can even in your best self be really happy for friend his book is on the bestseller lists and i can still feeling will jealous yeah yeah it's it's just hard not to end i think it would be a very odd rare person who would say no no no i'm totally because it is a bit of a zero sum game and unfortunately someone else's success to some degree depending on what's going on can actually take away of know for our own little amid it's not so simple but i think is just so fraud and so motion all and to be totally happy for friend.
"jami" Discussed on Crybabies
"And i but i still get really good input from both my editor at the new yorker i have a great book editor the stuff that they helped me with the most is usually structure because that's the stuff i mean i feel like i got the sentence thing nailed down but it can be i think sometimes you really need another person to say the logic isn't working or and i get great i mean i i love editors i feel like it's amazing the people are willing for no ego glory payoff yes to make your own unless you're our lashed than you can claim posthumous overs rights ability out i did it as you guys got i i'm a good editor my own stuff i'm and i've gotten to be really willing to throw away stuff that i really like and probably because i think probably because you have been added in the past that you've acquire that knowledge from those writers because i feel i feel now i'm on you know having written six books and three of them with the same editor can hear really yeah that i can hear her at the coins in my head being like yeah you're gonna that's not gonna end do i actually did learn to be an editor by being edited by good people young and suddenly also in like newspaper and magazine which has kind of where you started writing right where editing is such a huge part of that plan parameters or so specific and you know sometimes i love nothing more and this is why like twitter sometimes.