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Interview With Sarah Costello And Kayla Kaszyca

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

05:01 min | 2 d ago

Interview With Sarah Costello And Kayla Kaszyca

"My dog back home wakes up at like two and four a m just ready to eat and it's joe and she's also very old so her toenails are very long like an old woman with how and so she disliked clumps around the house like my parents literally have blankets on their floor just hermit unusual visual old women. I usually old people have like really long. Like don't cutting the older. You're like fingernails get very sick. I feel like i've this is what is new inside medical knowledge. This either way. Older people. I don't i have not. I don't know my lonely knowledge that my grandmother does not have toenails. That's all i can add. All you know. They had to get them for some reason. I don't know her. Big toenails are gone. I think she has some other smaller ones. I don't know what happened her. But you know what she's kicking. So oh my god you could have that remove. Because like i didn't either but now her toes look really janke you spending with her mother. I mean not that much time. But they've been like this. Since i was like in middle school so middle middle school sara was like let peop- that was told she just constantly wear sandals even the middle of the winter in michigan. So i don't know going is getting off to a great start. This is type of looking for jordan. He's all of this has already started with the only thing i want. The episode is old woman donuts. That's why i'm here today. I mean my turn are destroyed because of for a lot of years of like being an athletic shoes. I actually kinda liked that. They're destroyed to be honest. It makes me feel like static on your hardcore thing. Yeah that's right anyway. Personally i always have guests introduce themselves. Would you to introduce yourself sure. My name is sarah I am one of the co hosts of sand lake but okay. Which is podcasts where we talk about love relationships sexuality and pretty much anything else. You just don't understand specifically from in a romantic a sexual a spec perspective and no means ace back just means like the whole spectrum of like age sexual romantic. Yeah we we use that term a lot. Because it's like very overarching and you don't have to like say all of the specific terms. Thank you for telling me a nice and short. Yeah we're lazy. Yeah yeah and then kayla who were you. I'm kayla second co host of sounds fake but okay And i identify as demi sexual hetero romantic insist gender. She her pronouns. I guess i'll just do it all i'll say. Oh yeah i. I also use pronouns just here to throw those in and i was so i have to my own humiliation. I have not had a sexual guest on the podcast until very recently Literally yesterday a chat. And i'll handle la loving and then i'm in remaining y'all these will not come out. They will not. Yesterday is the podcasting time. This will not necessarily be how people working in their in their phones. But this is this is something. I guess i want to start by asking because android this up and i thought it was like such a good point sue. Do you to personally consider yourselves like members of the key queer slash lgbtq. I a community. I asked this just because kayla. You're saying like sis and had romantic. So i don't know if as sort of generally large writ large alphabet city whether or not we talk about whether or not a sexual folks consider themselves part of the community. So what about you too. Yeah i mean. I consider myself a part of the community. I am of as a person who's aromatic andy sexual. I am of the opinion that anyone who is a spec should be able to be a part of the queer community if they want to. Some people don't feel that they want to. But i mean for me. My view is you know we don't experience attraction in the quote unquote normal way that you know since hat like people necessarily experience it and so because we are not in this particular. We don't experience sexual romantic attraction necessarily in the same way that heterosexual people do like. I consider it obvious that of course we deserve a place in this community. For that reason. I consider myself queer

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Interview With Sarah Costello And Kayla Kaszyca

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

05:01 min | 2 d ago

Interview With Sarah Costello And Kayla Kaszyca

"My dog back home wakes up at like two and four a m just ready to eat and it's joe and she's also very old so her toenails are very long like an old woman with how and so she disliked clumps around the house like my parents literally have blankets on their floor just hermit unusual visual old women. I usually old people have like really long. Like don't cutting the older. You're like fingernails get very sick. I feel like i've this is what is new inside medical knowledge. This either way. Older people. I don't i have not. I don't know my lonely knowledge that my grandmother does not have toenails. That's all i can add. All you know. They had to get them for some reason. I don't know her. Big toenails are gone. I think she has some other smaller ones. I don't know what happened her. But you know what she's kicking. So oh my god you could have that remove. Because like i didn't either but now her toes look really janke you spending with her mother. I mean not that much time. But they've been like this. Since i was like in middle school so middle middle school sara was like let peop- that was told she just constantly wear sandals even the middle of the winter in michigan. So i don't know going is getting off to a great start. This is type of looking for jordan. He's all of this has already started with the only thing i want. The episode is old woman donuts. That's why i'm here today. I mean my turn are destroyed because of for a lot of years of like being an athletic shoes. I actually kinda liked that. They're destroyed to be honest. It makes me feel like static on your hardcore thing. Yeah that's right anyway. Personally i always have guests introduce themselves. Would you to introduce yourself sure. My name is sarah I am one of the co hosts of sand lake but okay. Which is podcasts where we talk about love relationships sexuality and pretty much anything else. You just don't understand specifically from in a romantic a sexual a spec perspective and no means ace back just means like the whole spectrum of like age sexual romantic. Yeah we we use that term a lot. Because it's like very overarching and you don't have to like say all of the specific terms. Thank you for telling me a nice and short. Yeah we're lazy. Yeah yeah and then kayla who were you. I'm kayla second co host of sounds fake but okay And i identify as demi sexual hetero romantic insist gender. She her pronouns. I guess i'll just do it all i'll say. Oh yeah i. I also use pronouns just here to throw those in and i was so i have to my own humiliation. I have not had a sexual guest on the podcast until very recently Literally yesterday a chat. And i'll handle la loving and then i'm in remaining y'all these will not come out. They will not. Yesterday is the podcasting time. This will not necessarily be how people working in their in their phones. But this is this is something. I guess i want to start by asking because android this up and i thought it was like such a good point sue. Do you to personally consider yourselves like members of the key queer slash lgbtq. I a community. I asked this just because kayla. You're saying like sis and had romantic. So i don't know if as sort of generally large writ large alphabet city whether or not we talk about whether or not a sexual folks consider themselves part of the community. So what about you too. Yeah i mean. I consider myself a part of the community. I am of as a person who's aromatic andy sexual. I am of the opinion that anyone who is a spec should be able to be a part of the queer community if they want to. Some people don't feel that they want to. But i mean for me. My view is you know we don't experience attraction in the quote unquote normal way that you know since hat like people necessarily experience it and so because we are not in this particular. We don't experience sexual romantic attraction necessarily in the same way that heterosexual people do like. I consider it obvious that of course we deserve a place in this community. For that reason. I consider myself queer

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Why the Vaccine Websites Suck

Slate's If Then

04:28 min | 4 d ago

Why the Vaccine Websites Suck

"Over the course of the past year estate struggled to get cova data out to the public to update their websites or to schedule testing. There was one group that seemed to be everywhere. If you put yourself in the shoes of nontechnical decision maker in lake local government. You've been handed this urgent party and he needs to make the tech work. That's raffaelle lee. Who directs the health program at us digital response a collection of volunteers engineers user experience designers and technologists who've been offering help for free to overwhelm state governments so some the government's already have technical teams. That have the ability to design new services from scratch shore depth open source review vendors. They're not usually very big teams. Most stigma will governments. Don't have these teams and so they often go to the private sector for solutions and software. Engineering is this crazy. Topsy turvy world. Where the things that seem really hard are some sounds pretty easy and the things that seem really easy can be pretty hard so unless you have senior technologists on staff who can help review your vendors. Before he signed the contract pay the money. You're going to buy based on the brochure that they give you and how our state and local governments reacting to the problems with vaccine rollout. So far i mean are are they frustrated. Is that something that you're hearing. I think most people are confused It's a really hard problem to solve. It's the large suspects in eastern out in history and the reason. It's so complex is primarily because students are following phased approach that prioritizes different groups of people. But they don't always know exactly how many doses getting or when dill arrive. And when these things aren't certain it's hard to plan ahead more recently we're seeing that the eligibility standards and the enforcement of those standards are changing as states adopt the situation and that makes all the technology projects a moving target for the health agencies. So i guess yeah as the standards change every week every couple of days. It's pretty hard to be nimble and respond to that you know. I think from the perspective of people trying to schedule a vaccine appointments for themselves or their parents There's a lot of frustration and it's a sort of overwhelming singular question. How could they not get this right. There have been months to prepare a lot of systems in place to test the stuff out what is happening behind the scenes that is is explaining some of these issues so every state and county has different needs but the all fix pretty similar challenges and they're using technology to address problems so there's the part of the public sees and then there's the part that we don't really see so let's start with the part that we do see i there the informational websites that tell people when they're eligible for vaccines aware they should go. The see has shared guidelines and recommendations about the order in which vulnerable groups of people should be prioritized but ultimately each state has the discretion to make its own plan and these plans are usually complex enough that they're hard to communicate succinctly in plain words which which sort of makes me wonder. Why do this online at all. Or why do this particularly if you're thinking about seniors and marginalized populations. Why not meet them where they are as opposed to sending them to a kind of janke website. Ideally you have an overall effort that has all your populations there should be an and online component the offline components. Don't scale very well at all so for example if you had scheduling that was only based on the phone. You'd have everybody calling in all the time to the phone lines any time to scale up the people to handle those phone calls and that is a very expensive and laborious and tedious operation. So if you have this kind of split response where the people who can get online can go to a website and do it there than that frees up the phone lines and reduces demand on city hall or the vaccine providers to handle the people who can only get in by failing by phone and there are other ways. Technology should be able to help the process of getting vaccines into people's arms. There's also things like reminders the visor modera vaccines multi-dose vaccines and people are gonna forgets. Come back for their second dose unless they get reminder. I read a study in the uk about the hepatitis a. Vaccine in the study only eleven percent of patients completed their to dose regimen. So if we send out semester reminders that will definitely help

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Parler ban pushes random app 'Parlor' to top of app store charts

Relevant Podcast

03:11 min | Last week

Parler ban pushes random app 'Parlor' to top of app store charts

"All right well. I don't know if you guys saw this. But there is a new app that has been skyrocketing to the top of the charts and the google play store and apple. You guys know what i'm talking about. It's called parlour. Now you may be talking about parlor a. r. l. He are the app that has been scrubbed from humanity for the internet for breeding ground for organizing hate groups. I'm actually not referring to that parlor. I'm referring to the parlor that's spelled p. a. r. l. o. r. which people mistakenly thought they were down other parlor. The oh this great tight. It's existed for over a decade and has just gotten rid floating out there until their name made the news and people started downloading. It mistakenly thank you. They don't mike god. It looked like a swing at a really kind of convoluted idea. Like this is their their their tagline. The first and only social network. It's clear mud. What it does guy says the first and only social network so evidently about ten years ago a developer had an idea for what was essentially like a kind of a chat roulette type of situation where he would listen. I do not want to disparage whoever invented. Par lower This one that because they're having a lot of success right now guys are blowing up one day and we're like what is all what is it didn't take off when they launched a decade ago. It's terrible i guess. Who wants randomly get on a phone call with somebody like that's what it does. You can go into these different topics in rooms. Like say it's clubhouse. Yeah yeah like here for example. Let's say. I wanted to go into the vip fan clubs room. I will randomly be on the phone with like another billie eilish fan. Hypothetically there aren't a lot of active users. You're probably a couple reporters downloaded dry out. The few people that got on the phone with somebody. They got hung up on almost immediately. So it's a it's a very odd apu was a big swing. Just didn't work out but the developer never removed it from the stores right now. Theoretically there's a lot of very angry right wing radicals making random phone calls and a hud dated web. One point zero like it's it's totally janke. It looks like an old like wanna be my space from a decade ago. That barely functions. So congratulations parlor shirt day. He has finally arrived. maybe people are using it. Maybe it'd be like hey man. I was actually accidentally downloaded parlour. Good condo in the vip clan or the celebrity users vertical which there is one where you can evidently talked to celebrity users. Those unclear what celebrities are using it. Hypothetically if you were celebrity downloaded the app go right there because plug you up with the fans. So

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Review:  Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2

The Tech Guy

06:14 min | 4 months ago

Review: Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2

"The Galaxy Z. or Fold to. The Galaxy said full to phone. So you may remember I had last week I had the Microsoft duo which was a dual screen phone. That on Hanjin, the middle unfolded. And, I thought this just the software didn't really use it very well. I loved the idea was beautiful harbour, very thin and light and. And everything but it just it was Kinda Janke I could make it fulltime phone. So I sent it back and I took the money. And then some and apply because this is a two thousand dollar phone this galaxy fold, which means you don't have to worry about it 'cause that's ridiculous. Ridiculous. Four Times more than you need to spend for phone. If you need a new phone, you want Andrew get get the Pixel for a or you know that'd be fine. The Google phone but I'm you know me I'm interested in technology and and what we're technologies going. So I thought well, I should try this. I can always return it. If you know what I don't think I'm returning it's pretty cool. So it is thicker and heavier than a regular phone because it you know it's got it folds. It's like a sandwich, a sandwich with nothing in between. But on the other hand, the F- The unlike the Microsoft phone Microsoft not a they don't want you to think of as one. It has screen when it's folded. So you can see notifications, you can actually use it. It's a little it's thinner than a regular phone would be. So it's kind of you know it's not a it's kind of an odd ball screens, really thin and tall compared to any phone that you might use but still. Totally usable can and you don't look like a silly person making a call. It's just it's Kinda. It's Kinda thin. Kind of kind of kind of a weird aspect ratio, but then it has a fingerprint reader face reader, which is good for these days of masks. But then. Let's say you you. You launch a program or something on the front face when you open up the phone, it goes to the open when it's so big. So big nice and spacious. Now. It's like a little tablet and yeah, it was a little concerned about the folding screening indefinitely see that where the fold is doesn't doesn't disappear completely. But it kind of disappears from your awareness. And I have to say. It seems very well made. I wasn't going to get this because I thought. Oh. This Janki. is going to be silly this can be really Janke. You know it's really fun taking a picture with this big screen is huge. Like a bigger with an IPAD which I've always mocked people for. Taking a picture with an IPAD. So this isn't quite so big boy. It's kind of Nice, because you can really see what's going on. You know the pictures it's really like it's like holding. Like holding a big print in your hand. So you can see what it's GonNa look like when it's printed. And of course, Samsung always made the best screens. These are really gorgeous screens and it has a lot of features that duo left out. It's the fastest. Processor out there for for for android the QUALCOMM snapdragon it's It's got wireless charging. It's not waterproof for does proof as definitely not break proof which should make you nervous because if you drop this two thousand, it's like holding a Faberge egg in your hand. If you drop it, you bought it. You know you know. I I went out and took pictures of the other day and I thought. I better, not drop this. This if this falls out of my hand, that's That's a lot of money. So I I I have to say I'm not going to recommend anybody by this crazy expensive two thousand dollars for a phone. But. And, it's not a much better phone than the four hundred or five hundred dollar phone. It's just that. I was curious about folding screens and now I have to report. I'm pleasantly surprised. Unpleasantly surprised it actually It actually is pretty surprisingly functional and it doesn't feel I thought that folding screens gotTA. Be Weird rights feel plastic ear something. Once you open it up you kind of forget it that it you know that it's a plastic or anything it's just a big screen. It's Kinda Nice to have such a big screen in your pocket. So I'm I'm I'm actually very pleased I might even keep it. I know I know I know. A lot of money and then Someday. Did iphone. Event Invitations. Go Out. No, no nobody. Got Him. Okay I. Often don't get him so I don't know. I can't tell but I don't think they went out which means. Well, it's not going to be this week for the IPHONE twelve events like probably probably not gonna be could be next week. Everybody kind of agrees is going to be in October. So it could be maybe October. What is that six? Week from Tuesday yeah. Or October thirteen week from Tuesday they'll nuts new iphones. What do you think they'll be two thousand no but I bet you be able to get him up there. Close. Yet You know you get the. iphone twelve pro Max. With All the available storage they're offering whatever that is five twelve or to fifty six. I think I think you might get it up to fifteen hundred bucks crazy. But people and these things these phones are not. You know their fragile. Which means you got to buy insurance. So add that to the cost of the really not meant to be used for more than a couple years. So. So I'm thinking. maybe we should just you know think of our phone is a phone stick with that. I'll do the. Do the crazy. Spend for weird stuff just to let you know. I don't think this folding phones going to be cheap ever because I think it's an expensive part I. think that's really the problem.

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A Look at Big Mouth

Is It Transphobic Podcast

04:19 min | 8 months ago

A Look at Big Mouth

"Here to talk about big mouth. We're here to talk about big mouth. So, we're here to talk about some specific one specific episode, and then there's a couple of things leading into it season three episode eight, where they introduced a character named Ali who is voiced by one of my favorite Comedians of all time Allie Wong And it gets really. But before we get into that, let me ask you. Lillian how'd you watched big mouth or you? A fan of big mouth? Is this a thing that you were just like all right? I'm psyched for this season. I I? Have I I really like like I almost didn't watch it. When it first came out, just because the Internet was so down on it and like just sort of treating it as like Oh. This is just gross gross out humor and stuff like that, but I inevitably did watch it and I really like it. It's like one of my favorite shows on Netflix lakes. So every time a new seasons come out I've always made sure to binge it, and yes, it does have a lot of gross out humor, but it's like it's not like you know Ren and stimpy, whereas just like Oh here's butts for its own sake or something like that. It's like in the service of something you know. Yeah League in this. Oh sorry. Continue almost all of my favorite comedians ever are in big mouth like eleven. Kroll I like John I didn't know that I. Like John Mullany until I saw this. I I especially love Jason Zukas, I love Jason Manzar can. And like the, there's like this weird movement on the Internet to just be like big is one of the worst things of all time, because and tying it back to ren and stimpy. The like lots of Internet disciples of John Kay. Who believe like you know animation beats should be strictly. You know by artists and story, board ESTS, and with no sort of. Slip I mean this is turning into an animation podcast now, but like with no sort of inkling of like scriptwriting or stuff like that and like big Ma, and if you look at big mouth like the artistic style is pretty ugly. Yeah but but I feel like that's on purpose to. Well, and I think that there's there's like every medium. There is a place for a lot of different things whether it's like the writing is so good that it makes up for the animation, which then they can hire great animators to make it better in the lions. I feel like Archer was like that at the beginning like the animation was Janke, but the writing was so good that held up. And now the animation is a lot better. If you see the newer episodes, yeah, like wow, yeah! I guess like with with big mouth me I didn't like it when I I watched it. At all I was put off by, and it's not necessarily the gross out. It was like the gross out for the reason of gross out was sort of like my like I'm good and I gave it another shot, and I'm happy, because I really did enjoy that for season once I finished I finished it. Yeah. I mean for as much as I. Liked it, I will you know cop to? It's not an easy show to get into yeah. But I think I think they do. Do a very not realistic by any means but like. A realistic humor of like sophomoric childish, but at the same time. Of elements that are very sophisticated and very adult, and very like you know what, yeah, we don't talk about ciswomen who go through puberty, really in a comedic sense right and so getting a lot of these voices is actually really good, and like the humor is very funny. Once you're able to sort of look past the fact that it's like Oh they're showing Dick's all the time. And it's like. I mean yeah, I mean it's funny. You mentioned that one of my favorite jokes in the series like I forget what the ultimate context of it, but it's very Meta joke where Andrew just basically mentions. or or maybe it was like the hormone monster basically mentioned like. Sort of animated adult animation and Andrew Responds like, but that's Ju-, but that's basically just animated child pornography, isn't it? And the Hormone Masha goes. Oh I hope not that would get people in a lot of trouble, and he just looks at the camera like right.

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The Definition of a 'Barn Find'

Talking Mopars

03:18 min | 1 year ago

The Definition of a 'Barn Find'

"Oh here we go again. The barn find debate. It's no secret that I've gone hard in the paint with people throwing throwing that term around as if every MO- part that isn't restored is a barn. Find no matter where it was actually found. My belief was always that you literally had to find the car in a barn to call it a bar find. You couldn't find one in a backyard in a garage in a carport or on a on a farmer's field and call it a barn find or can you I was actually this episode of the show is going to be all about barn fines because I thought it was going to be funny that I talk so much crap and then you know. Do An episode about barn finds but anyways I was doing some research on the topic of Barn fines and I thought you know now what better way to research barn fines than just googling the term barn find and seeing what POPs up so I typed barn find into the search bar and a definition of the term was the first thing that popped up courtesy of wikipedia. Now this is a direct quote Oh from Wikipedia for the Term Barn. Find check this out. A barn find is a classic car aircraft or motorcycle that has been rediscovered discovered after being stored often in derelict condition. The term comes from their tendency to be found in places such as barns sheds carports and outbuildings were they have been stored for many years. The term usually applies to vehicles that are rare invaluable and which are consequently of great interest to collectors and enthusiasts despite right they're poor condition barnes can fetch high prices when sold a nineteen sixty seven Ferrari three thirty. GTS Spider was sold for us. Two point one million billion dollars in January of two thousand fourteen. The car had suffered an engine fire in nineteen sixty nine and had been stored in a garage for forty four years despite this it sold for more in a fully restored example sold in two thousand thirteen in the past barn find vehicles were typically subjected to exhaustive restoration to return them to a condition close to that when they were built however the current trend is to treat the cars. More sympathetically to avoid restoration the removes evidence of the cars history and to place greater value on any original features. The car retains even if they're in poor condition in some cases. Intense restoration can actually lower a car's value. Well there you have it folks. My literal definition definition of a barn find being a car actually found in a barn is not entirely accurate according to wikipedia. This is the podcast so you can't can't actually see my eyes rolling up and into my skull right now so I posed this question to you. What do you consider a barn find? I'll tell you what I'm gonNA I do. I think I'm going to buy some property. Build some Janke. Plywood Sheds Parkson old mopeds him cover them in dry dirt and start selling barn. EARN fines for profit. You know. Obviously I'm kidding but I'm wondering if you find this as ridiculous as I do. Maybe I'm too picky. I'm still oh sang. If your car wasn't found in close building painted red with White Trim that looks like it was once owned by a guy named I dunno old Macdonald you probably. You don't have a barn find.

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"janke" Discussed on The CyberWire

The CyberWire

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"janke" Discussed on The CyberWire

"To tell them truthfully so oftentimes sometimes investors and venture doesn't necessarily want to cause somebody discomfort right and they'll say well that's great. Well Sarah will schedule something for you in two thousand and thirty one. It's just not for us right. Exactly uh-huh bye-bye. Somebody did it for me so I'll sit there and go hold. Hold the presentation guys. Let's walk through because when you walk out this door I want you to have a another stab at it so I always couch them. Before you go in and blast out your deck to seventy two people sit. Was Somebody get irrational check because you only get one shot and if people got this this and then you come back to them. They're they're not gonNA answer so I always try to say what somebody do for me. Which is guys and our report my laptop? Let's go to the Google. You know what does seed round what is a round right right. So that's why how much let's see if any sort of back channel. Communication goes on among the investor community. As these folks are out making their pitches. Are you all sort of giving each other a heads up. Or here's here's the good things. Here's the things you got to watch out for is that is that a reality. Yes I would say that that's much much more prevalent in mainstream venture Where they're looking at a round be rounds? Sounds and writing one hundred and fifty million dollar checks for rounds Because there's a smaller pool that they're kind of looking at but when it comes to early stage not so much simply because you get these things in you gotta have a good filter and because as a founder the one thing I hated the most was no response or response three weeks later Tell me now no yes. No I mean if it's not in your investing wheelhouse give me an answer. Hey Good luck to you You know right right. The talk among venture usually happens when when you see something in you go That's interesting or the a real negative side which is man. This is This this is not real good night and it's not couched in a way as what. What are your thoughts ventures to egotistical? Everybody's the smartest in the world. I don't need sequoia that I wanNA give Ron Gula the last word here. So let's wrap up The I I WANNA put you on the spot here a little bit and say You know if there's if there's one pitfall if there's one one thing Do not do when you come to to present in front of you. What would it be not describing the problem that you saw? If you don't describe the problem Yousof correctly and we jump right into your go to market or the market or your technology. I'm always going to be coming back to like. Why do I made us so? That's the biggest mistake people make they talk around it. They talk about the solution and not the problem and I see this a lot in the identity space. I see this a lot in the sock orchestration automation space. Because there's lots attack. Let me show you how cool this ticket cloud-based as Google based as it is it. Elastic vase is it a problem resolved again why who else. MSP's to Operation Center. It's a hard thing to say. What problem do do you solve Ron Gula? Thanks for joining us. Thank you our. Thanks to Ron. Goulart and Mike Janke for joining us. We'll have a link to Ron's article cyber entrepreneur pitfalls you can avoid in the show notes are thanks to McAfee for sponsoring our program visit it. McAfee DOT com slash insights. And find out why McAfee is the device to cloud cybersecurity company for everyone here at the cyber wire. I'm Dave they've bittner..

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Fiat Chrysler finds new merger partner in Carlos Tavares

FT News

12:59 min | 1 year ago

Fiat Chrysler finds new merger partner in Carlos Tavares

"French carmaker. PSA which owns Pirjo and Fiat Chrysler. Automobiles it's Italian American rival have agreed to pursue a merger that would create the world's fourth largest carmaker and reshape the ultimate of sector. I'm here with a motor industry correspondent Peter Campbell. And we're joined down the line by David Kayhan in Paris to discuss the merger. Hi Guys Peter Tell us first why these super super mergers have been considered at the moment. What's the rationale behind them earn? What's the most notable recent mergers in the sector so call makers of facing stresses from a lot of a different direction at the moment? They're facing falling sales in the facing the need to invest in some quite expensive new technologies electric cars. They need to sell to the C O talks across Europe and China as well as driverless vehicles and other such technologies that looking at now. What are these things cost money? And it makes very little sense for all of the world's carmakers call makers independently to spend the billions and billions that they need to develop this technology. It's much more sensible for them to tie up. A great proponent of this theory was Sergio Marconi the late former chief executive of fit cruiser who oversaw the merger between Fiat and Chrysler itself. WHO said the comic is need to tie up in order to avoid duplication teaching the list massive spending that they have to make? It's just too much cash. They need to splash right. So what are the relative strengths of the Fiat group. Compared to pressure so both companies are incredibly complementary geographically Peugeot exists almost entirely in Europe asam stuff outside Europe. But it's very very strong strong in Europe. Fat Chrysler despite being called fat is in fact predominantly in North America organization. Almost all of its profits. Come from selling pick-up trucks and very large. SUV's in the North North American region. It owns the ram heavy truck brand it ends jeep globally Lens Africa and Maserati and so for these companies they complement each other geographically and and what PSA has shown with its takeover of Opal which owns Fox hole in the last few years is that this is a company that can manage scale in European mass mass manufacturing so it already owns a number of volume brands in Europe. It audience Persian and sit. Trinidad's open phones Vauxhall. You would add to that fat if this merger went ahead head. And they've already showed that they can make these efficiencies of scale work within a single region within Europe which would be an advantage but PSA really although it's had an incredible Rana that's very profitable. Its growth is sort of come to an end really needs to try and push into North America which has plans to do unto its own steam and it really needs a serious premium. AM nameplate a merger with fair crews which is very strong in North America and has offer may a massive rati and jeep brings that I say so David John Elkin. WHO's the one of Italy's Agnelli families? The Italian billionaire behind axle which controls Fiat Chrysler and also the brains behind the proposed merger but his his attempt to do a similar deal with Renault early. This year failed at this plenty of examples of failure here. What happened there? Why did I go wrong? Defensive Him you ask really. FCA In parallel talks with Reynaud and Persia for quite a while but particularly since the start of the year. What people have told us that the whole time? They're in these as talks. They actually wanted runner. That was number one target. But I didn't know that so Iran may the news was given to the profoundly particular and generally that they were going to go over a nice over a good the only problem from. Sei's point of view. Is that across the table from the Reynolds argest shareholder was the French state. You might know that Renos found itself in a particular situation with its Japanese partner Nissan. And what the French state said was at Notre for the merger to go ahead. They wanted the explicit it consent agreement approval of Japan. They walked away. It was like ten days. The whole thing collapsed. It was a drama France. Tickets blamed by some sides if you took the French state on background they say maybe the deal wasn't as good for Renos. It could have been directing normal shareholder but either way John alcon sure. The French date didn't like what it was doing walked away dramatically and that leads us to PSA so would perjures Kosta virus preach batter partner. Do you think it depends. I mean I would cautiously say yes. Tavarez is a big personality big. Co elkhound is buying in is a guy who's not. It's going to take a backseat in any way he's going to be a CEO in charge driving strategy and Alcon will be classic chairman. You'd imagine it's kind of return to demark relationship. He had before maybe it was something. We didn't think he was totally on board. With an part of the reason he went Reynaud but where the project is definitely at nicer fit for FCA. Is that the French state is far less hands on this company. It has a shareholding but in Reynaud you could say that the French state is more like a family company shareholders. Huge emotional ties. It's the largest shareholder as well in Persia. It's a much more traditional shareholder it doesn't lockinge stakes. It's the joints are shareholder shareholder with both the Persian family and China's Dongfang. So you can see why it might be a better partner. Yes so notice. That are lex pages. Describe cried Mr Tavarez's quadri-lingual what kind of big personality is he. What kind of figure does he cut in the car? Industry globally so taveras is renowned and as one of the most capable executives across the automotive industry. If you look at his track record is performance. He came into Persia when they will almost bankrupt. He oversaw sore huge turnaround at the company then bought Opel. This was a company that General Motors couldn't make money out of twenty years. They turned that around in very short order and yet at the same time he doesn't have the gigantic room. Filling ego of some of the other executives in the auto industry would be more akin to traveling head of state when they it went overseas. Savar as who is a cost cutter to the core when he comes to the UK to visit the Vauxhall plant at Luton flies into Luton on EasyJet buys is is sandwiches in the corner shop before getting in a taxi to go over to the plant in his better than eight. Uneasy gentleman with US possibly explanation. But it's also true that he really has a way a of identifying with the ground level workforce as well as the executives and saying guys. You are the team here is up to you to deliver this turnaround plan has to go ahead. And he's been quite good actually particularly in the Opel turnaround of avoiding plant closures. No everybody thought when he bought Opel there we're going to have to shut factories and he said we're going to do this plan without shutting factories and they brought he managed that and what we expect from the FCA deal if it goes ahead. Is that going to make a commitment not to close any of either. I accompanies plants as a result of the turnaround as a result of trying to make savings here and so two Varas is seen. At least at the highest levels of most capable automative executives that gives at the moment and by some people is ranked the best glibly anywhere interesting David. How's he viewed inside of corporate France? If you like with a problem we have a terrorist journalist. This is not enough that stuff to say about him. It's genuine issue now. He's considered in France and piracy to be one of the best. I mean one of the reasons. The French government are supporting. This is because Tabarez is there. He's seen as being a safe pair of hands he sees having done a really great trainer ended Persia and he's seen as someone that they can trust in putting together this merger that's right but he has this cultural index territory. The allows him to associate with work in different countries so when he bought Opel everyone was naturally worried Opel. They were about to get fired but he walks into the headquarters Opel in Germany. All the stuff of April assembled there and his opening lines to the Marin German now he doesn't speak German but he'd learned some opening lines in German and was greeted with a big round of applause but also with the sense in the room that this was a guy who was on their side. It makes a big difference right okay. Personalities a site. Let's let's talk about some of the numbers here. What are the terms of the proposed? David I mean where would the merge creeped based for start. Well that's a very good question when that we don't really know the answer to yet. The idea is multiple As it stands but just very quickly so it's a fifty fifty all stock merger and there's going to be a special dividends and payouts. Either side equalized equalized values but analysts are suggesting that this looks like PSA buying FCA and part of the reason you can say that is the construction of the board Komo correct. He has eleven people five each plus Tavarez so the governance is tilted towards Paris. We will be watching to see where the operation headquarters is really eighty based where Tavarez sits even if I think Peter you might jump in here as well. FCA They're used to bring multiple countries in a way that maybe we'll create tensions. Well this brings us very nicely into the cultures of both companies to. FCA was a company that was borne out of this merger between Fiat and Chrysler and as such as a headquarters in London but but a major office insurance and a major office in Auburn Hills. Chrysler is based and whereas many car companies are deeply rooted in the national culture. These guys genuinely feel we'll multinational and they genuinely feel more global and they've actually culturally made a merger work which historically the consciousness quite difficult to do right. We saw DaimlerChrysler the fall apart we saw Ford Not Really Gel with any of the premium brands. It owned Volvo Janke Arrest Martin etc and at the same time you've got. PSA which also is culturally in quite an international fit because it has a British Brandon Vauxhall at has a German Brandon Opel and again it's made an automotive merger work in recent history and so one of the biggest barriers to auto mergers is cultural and it always is and it's the factions between different rival governments wanting a place at the table and to the fact that you've got to companies that are sort little mood globally cultural and have recently made big complex multi-country images work does bode quite well for these. Two companies being able to culturally fit together. which is a huge hurdle and obviously not a financial one but a key one that really needs to be overcome for any automotive motor to work now to think that assuming this goes through? Do you think there will be cost-cutting. This time we've spoken about how Mr Tavarez avoided this in the past but do we think an ax will fall this time around. They've talked about Oh savings of three point seven billion euros which they go to try and realize eighty percent of those within the first couple of years of the deal going through now. They haven't broken out exactly where that comes from. They've said it's not going to be plant closures if you look at. PSA during open takeover they managed to save a lot of money by shortening labor hours thousand doing various things around the way they utilize space in the factory floor but a big chunk of savings in a big rationale for the deal in the whole is as we said at the start to avoid duplicating investment it costs so it'll be avoid. Investment cost into electrification and avoided investment costs not just intellectuals -cation autonomy but also inter individual platforms so you built a car on. They'll merge those together they'll get huge potential savings and of purchasing components together all kinds of classic industrial merger synergies. I mean David. Is that message sticking in France. I don't think this merger would have been given the green light or been greeted with such political approval as it has been so far if it hadn't been for guarantees. He's about jobs and I think that's true in Italy as well. I don't think they're going to be closing plants. I just don't think it's politically tenable as Peter says for. They're going to be. Finding the savings is in our D adoption. Those kind of things. So if you're a betting man do you think the magic. We'll go ahead and if it is who then are the biggest rivals to the merged group. Rule the move music safaris overwhelmingly positive. The fact the French government seemed to be behaving better than they did last time older. That's not a terribly high bar bodes well for the whole thing going through now. What we're expecting expecting is it? Within the next sort of two three four weeks we'll get a memorandum of understanding between the two companies that will set out potentially more details about synergies potentially more details about management structure and various other things. Maybe even headquarters details then. Obviously the whole thing has to go to show. Does it both companies who have to approve them is quite difficult to to see them derailing that and then obviously it has to go through various other regulatory huddles. They also have to deal with antitrust issues so this will be the largest carmaker in Europe. It could be bigger than Volkswagen that market share in some countries such as constantly will be very high so they may have issues with that but no one seriously thinks that's going to derail l. the deal so assuming everything goes smoothly you could see it close within say nine months potentially two year. There's always a bit of leeway with these things either side and then obviously they will be the fourth largest in the world behind reminisce. And if you're treating those companies is one that's the whole other but also Volkswagen Toyota and on readiness and those three make ten million cars a year. These guys will make eight and a half million calls year that puts them slightly ahead of General Motors. You make about eight but they will be easily within the global top five for well. This is going to keep busy for the next year or so. Thanks Peter an thanks David thank you wolf listening.

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"janke" Discussed on The Heart

The Heart

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"janke" Discussed on The Heart

"I can't even remember time I heard the words audience might maybe it was everyone in the Janke basement studio at sea not playing the sounds of our fictional lesbian media Sim seen on the FM dial at six PM keep us all laughing uproarious with the joy of disrupting drive time radio maybe it was late at night after many drinks on the couch of this beautiful house giving up names of a production company maybe it was there this whole time this feeling of wanting to be so many print things being musician being a theater person being a social justice person and then falling in love with radio and not wanting to give any of it up believing the telling true stories was sound is mark and that art or any speech act at all is political that how truth is produced I should be questioned.

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"janke" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"janke" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"If we're going to get it tomorrow. I love you dad. You don't have an I love you dad, but okay. Downtown, my Papa I love him so much. I love you. The autos Papa bear a lot of I can't ride around with you anymore. Your car like you are no longer allowed to drive once duct tape on the window of your car to keep it up on the passenger side. Do you have to roll your window down on your side, just to get out of your car because you have to open it from the? Reminding cars like the pay, and I tell them like, do you need how to get a new car like what's the deal? Listen. Like, let it go goes, no, I love this car. I just I, I want it for a few more day, wasn't on the freeway when we saw that DeLorean wasn't dandruff DeLorean or something. Okay. Do on a one on one was rolling. Delorean. That up to eight. Now, my, my dad just won't let go, this Janke car. He's got an it's sold like matter managing car is a classic. Know you call six five six four six six straight this car. The sadder. I love your dad, but in a nutshell, let go of the Janke car, please don't make me go into anymore kid. Being able. Trai. Money. Has thou Jeff. This. Oh. Oh, make it. He will. That this. Over. Free. Don't pay. We'll kiss me red traffic center. Sigler going down in studio. City right now. One north it cooled water. Canyon avenue, a crash and a car on fire two right lanes are blocked right now. Stop and go traffic coming from laurel canyon boulevard. And if you ever see something. Presents a metoo tation EM redsfest.

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"janke" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"janke" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Forty five. Sports update. Game three NBA finals coming tonight in the warriors, maybe a little short handed Steve. Yeah. Remember the box on one. Do you ever play the box on one? You're talking about just sick cover the guy who can shoot ignore everybody else. I haven't used that in soccer. I never heard anyone do that. When I coach, my younger daughters team, you know if there was one particular player that was a great scoring threat. We've tried to do the box on the kids would look at me and go what, what are you doing? That's what Toronto did in the final eight minutes of game too. If you watch the game. You remember Fred vanfleet just blanketed. Steph curry while his four team mates played a zone defense curry laughed after the game city hadn't seen that since he was a kid and Steve Kerr yesterday at practice asked the same thing in ninth grade at team played played one against me. Very proud to announce that I had a box on one just like Steph so Janke defenses have been going on for a long time. What does Janki mean? Anyway, I don't not exactly sure what does Janki me apparently that term came from Steph curry himself on the only little southern North Carolina. Slain pie. Just pull back pocket. It sounds right. I don't really know what the definitions got the true definition for the urban dictionary. Where else Janke inferior quality held in low social regard, old and dilapidated refers, almost exclusively to inanimate material object, not to people if it gets even worse Jenkins. Janke Janke, you'll hear that sometimes to in the south. We'll tell you if Klay Thompson doesn't play tonight. The raptors will either double Steph curry, or they'll box on one him, forcing Draymond. Green DeMarcus cousins Andre Igwe Dala Quin cooked to pick up the scoring slack. Just to have a shot at winning. This game should be interesting to say the least baseball. Last night as when Anaheim four to Frankie Montas six innings to runs four hits he two ends. The teams five game losing streak. Stephen vote we believe in Stephen vote. A two run double breaking three all tie in six run tenth inning. Giants beat the Mets in New York nine to three and how about down on the farm and San Jose. Stan, he'll Ramos giants first round pick two years ago four for four to RBI's batting three twenty-six joy Bart back off the injured list to for three Homer, knocked in three batting three hundred San Jose beat Modesto grow up fast kids got to go down to San Jose, man. That's where they action is with the giants.

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"janke" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"janke" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Seven bodies to me everywhere. Took advantage of. Of the game. The open like that. With the game. He's made big like that before. I love this respectful and have the word. Janke Janke Yankee. Yeah, I analyze that were I looked up. You look it up Janke a real world. It's officially in Google as informal North American of extremely poor or unreliable quality, the software is pretty Janke. They say I use it much I use it. You guys use the money. Yeah. New generation's been around for a long time. I also don't think that was Janki defense. The warriors went five and a half minutes. It didn't score. Right. That's actually Jenky means to you means SE whack. Yeah. That's a group like drew Pomeranz. Janke. Yeah. Effing for help. If I may, I think whack potentially more effective of, of a word Janke. Same difference whack. It's just more fun than yes, you're right at work. Right. Wasn't Jackie at all. They play great t they get shot. They said now we're here ripping Steph for the poor use of the word Janke. Hey, speaking, DeMarcus, too, by the way, here's curry on DeMarcus cousins because we were just talking about this guy's unbelievable. What a moment for this guy atop the mountaintop and curry said, it was fun novices. Get more comfortable more minutes and you know, playing aggressive when, when he's out there was a lot of pressure on the defense and, and even defensive.

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"janke" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"janke" Discussed on The Young Turks

"IT dot com. No joke. So you can check that out and the rest of all complements, the hus- this satisfied in the members section says, okay. Assign is my new husband Janke are you watching and taking notes damn? Okay. Even more offensive mall box six says, give Hassan race we young. Need it? Yes. Yes, not just me all to do is show up. What everyone everyone. Everyone everyone. That's everyone. Not just mean. Okay. And the sooner Garzon says, I really like when Hassan is on the panel. Okay. So thank you guys. We appreciate the nice compliment. I was only reading the negative ones, I know, of course, because you're such a negative dude anyway. Keep fighting guy. What, what are you positive? Oh missed. Okay. All right. Mr. hope I broke what's next. So we have a pretty sad story here two and a half. Year old Guatemalan child has died becoming actually, the fourth known minor to die after being detained by border agents since December here are the details. And this is just a quote, right here. First off the death of a single child in custody of our government is a horrific tragedy. And this was said by just Morales right? Keto chair of the advocacy group families belong together. He goes on to say four in six months is a clear pattern of willful callous, disregard for children's lives. And this little boy, spent several weeks actually in the hospital, and then later being diagnosed with pneumonia, US customs and border protection said, the boy's mother told border patrol agents, her son was ill on April six and that was three days after they were apprehended near an international bridge in El Paso, Texas. The Guatemalan conflict is actually waiting for an official cause of death before sending the child's body back to quantum. Allah, his mother is still here. Wait. On her immigration case to be resolved all four children who have died after being apprehended by the border patrol where from Guatemala, which, of course, is ravaged by violence, poverty and drought more than one hundred fourteen thousand people from Damola have been apprehended by the border patrol between October and April, and this is important because many immigration detention facilities are overflowing and unequipped to house families with young children, especially as the numbers of families crossing the US, Mexico border surged to record highs, the border patrol make ninety nine thousand apprehensions on the southern border Justin, April, and more than half or parents and children travelling together, now US customs and border protection, they're actually not answering any more questions about this latest little boy's death..

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Nintendo's Game Boy turns 30

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

04:27 min | 1 year ago

Nintendo's Game Boy turns 30

"If that's on means nothing to you. You have a lot to learn about thirty years of GameBoy from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm jed Kim in for. Molly would. Intend bills GameBoy came out thirty years ago it marked a beginning. And an end the end of me as a predictive child teenager, and adult let's face it. The device was Janke by today's standards, but it was revolutionary in one thousand nine hundred nine and it was also cheap enough that a kid goodbye one after a single summer of delivering the west Toledo herald newspaper in his neighborhood. Because my parents would never buy me one. What the GameBoy began was serious mobile gaming, which is a big part of how we play today. Some project mobile gaming will bring in more than one hundred billion dollars in revenue in two thousand twenty one. Ian bogus is a game designer and professor of gaming at Georgia Tech. He says, I'm not the only one who spend hours staring at that little screen. The world went nuts for it. It was very successful in Japan before it arrived in the states, but it was uncertain as to whether it was going to be a domestic success unit has kind of a strange name GameBoy. It was it had been marketed at young kids. And in some ways, it was tetris that made it a have that broad up. He'll Nintendo explicitly in deliberately included a tetris as a way of broadening the market for the system. Tetris was a game that my dad got addicted to and this is a man who thought video game for incredibly dumb and mind-rotting, but yet hours on Detrick. How did demand shape what games work created in some ways, it was less demand than the philosophy and design of the system itself? The designer of this system was a fella named goon pay your coy, and he had this philosophy of repurposing older sort of dead technologies. And so the game quite had this processor from the late nineteen seventies. And that terrible screen that passive matrix kind of green shaded screen, and in fact, the screen itself had trouble with with motion because of the way that it was constructed. And so again. I'm like tetris sort of slow moving hustle gamers or tactics game. Like that was much more playable on the system will nowadays, we have really powerful computers walking around in our pockets are smartphones kind of our GameBoy proxies. They are to some extent. I mean, certainly we use smartphones to play the kinds of games that the GameBoy made popular in that format. There's a direct line from from tetris to two candy crush. And I think that's one of the important things to realize about the GameBoy some people might think. Well, I don't have a relationship with the GameBoy because I don't play games right on play them very much. But of course, they all almost certainly use a smartphone to do lots of different things. And that gets it start in this even the way that you hold. The thing is is very similar to the way that the GameBoy was held. It's probably worth observing. The name was kind of a riff off the walkman which had come out about ten years before that. And that was a thing to that. Even if you didn't listen to music all the time change the way set the stage for. How we use consumer electronics later and later computers Nintendo with GameBoy kind of created or at least revolutionized the mobile gaming market, and which is huge today. But how isn't intendo doing in that market? Are they're doing both well and poorly and let me explain what I mean by that. So the GameBoy, and and it's it's subsequent products GameBoy color, and so forth sold well over one hundred million units throughout the nineties and into the early two thousands, and then intendo released a follow up products. That was the Nintendo DS which was like a GameBoy, but had two screens and folded up and that to sold hundreds of millions of units. But of course, that pales in comparison to the smartphone market to the the phones that Samsung sells or that apple sells, and those aren't exclusively gaming devices. Of course, but they are used for gaming and intendo has been very deliberate about bringing very very few of its proper. Parties of its franchises like Mario to smartphones. So they really like to keep them on their own platforms have experimented with it a little bit. But it's been a mixed bag. So within their sandbox, if he will Nintendo has been enormously successful. There's no question that, you know, selling three hundred four hundred million units of something. And then all the software for it is an enormous success. But if you compare that with the smartphone hardware and software market, then it looks like a modest success. Ian Bogo says a game designer and professor of gaming, Georgia Tech. You know, I could never bring myself to get rid of my old GameBoy I gave it to my sister a couple of years ago. She's even older than I am. And she was stoked.

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"janke" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown

Big Brown Breakdown

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"janke" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown

"People are cry about it. What the fuck chip Janke was just as your main event days ago. Yeah, sure is unique into shit about it from hundred thousand dollars five hundred thousand mice. How many I don't know we got paid with five hundred thousand vise, I know, but you have Caitlyn Chuka gin. I you on Kelder word as your co main event. Did he goes five hundred thousand buys? Thank you any other questions. Yeah. What about steep a John Jones? Don't give a fuck next question. Well, once collar coming back do not care next question. Nate Diaz Conard three never happening next question. That's how this goes. Now. What else you get your favorite spoke to Hawaii? So that he's considering or he's most likely to come back. I everyone coming back. Nobody wants to TJ to does does the high lifestyle that sign meet the fuck up for that sign me the fuck up for it. TJ Braschi rise ridiculous egregiously ever teaching in my. Out for a hot second. Yeah. Because the commission Bandon year, we don't know what you saw is going to do to that. Boy, we have no idea what he does BAAs for hope. It's only a year. So you're gonna wait a year. But you're reiver's TJ is a amazing fight. Again, you're the go. Hey, man, we're gonna do your adverse TJ. We don't care cool. They both want to do it. Sure. The ready to go. What else get? This one's a curve ball. And a few different ways pays rans aunt. She's it'd be a lead color commentator for m one global and global is going to be a part of fight pass in April. I remember back in the days when Dana hated the. Yeah. The global guys one other teaming up paid fans and then he'd color commentator for m one global with that guy. Sean Wheelock who's who's great to with who Sean Wheelock used to. Yeah. He's good never heard of Them. them. Yeah. How does Jimmy Smith? Not get that deal. This is on five past though. So maybe it's not being too. I don't know. Get for patriots asks you have done play by play either way. Great personality Di MI diamond follower. Social media. The picture supposed on Sports Illustrated. Everybody bussing nuts too. So she didn't kill it on 'em one. Good for her. Man. If if I didn't know that was on fight pass. And you told me signed with them one about well, her UFC Greer's over they're going to make sure I don't know if it's weird something to do. No, no. I'm being a part of you know, whatever so jump in a hot tub time machine thousand seven that's all occur. Remember back in those days. Oh, talking crap onto that Vietnam. He thought she said women fighting you see. Yeah. Yeah. It's true. Been he hates been asking him best friends. Now, what does she get? This was not a huge deal. But it's cool. So my Perry's gonna fight Alex Oliveira hair his Braves fell out over eight corn rows, and I like to fight man. Who's he fighting cowboy Calbert because that Chinese guy Jin Leanne, Jane jailing, dang leaching leaching lane jingling Dang's out. Yeah. He's saying. Doc sort of back issue June. Dang was fun as fuck to. He's very fun to watch. Did dateline? Well. Definitely think might very nuts amount. Geeling? Dang dang danjus showed us that. He just got married to his girl. Michael perry. Oh, good for him. Planning princess. Platinum prints tag. You ain't Jack after profile platinum Princess. I mean get for him, man. Really tone it down in that picture school for him shout to the Mary couple congrats. What else you get? This is just funny. Jingling dang, this this fighter. He used to be with you see heavyweight Philip freeze. Oh, yeah. He's English dude. Yeah..

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Comedian Kevin Barnett Died Of Hemorrhage From Pancreatitis: Report

Sarah and Vinnie

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Comedian Kevin Barnett Died Of Hemorrhage From Pancreatitis: Report

"The other thing that doesn't help. And this is pretty typical of of a lot of men is there something wrong, and they just won't go. Get help more get checked out. I want to say it was. Darn it. Who's the guy who died at ease the werewolf of London guy? Warren's yvonne. Yeah. He died of lung cancer. And I want to say that he was on Letterman show just like days before he passed. And he was you're right. He was like, it's my fear of doctor phobia that didn't work out for me. I have a phobia of doctors that didn't work out. Like was you know, they find out that he had it so late. And I think he I think I read MRs I have too many things in my head. I'm probably screwing this up. I think I read that he got it from like childhood, especially in his house. Smoking. I don't think. So I think it was like he spent time in an attic as a kid playing. I could be wrong. Anyway, the Warren's Yvonne story you have that part. Right. He was on Letterman, and he had just finished a record. So he record about dying of lung cancer or something who's right? You are. Iliomar obviously this commercial. The whatever. Okay. Deadly cancer caused by exposure to best as whole. With the victim of this. Well, either way if he'd gone to the doctor little earlier might have been might have been who knows sometimes isn't that Steve Jobs like the he said is one regret is. He he tried to do this natural healing cancer. Not doing what he should have done. He he gave that disease years to work its magic on him. Right. And by dark magic it was. Over the weekend. He shared this. Kevin Barnett guy. Thirty two years old out of some kind of complication for pancreatitis shared his last ever social media posts a photo of himself on the sidewalk in Mexico. The caption was in Mexico bought myself, a sweater been accused of appropriation several times in my head. I just gave a lady some money. So I ain't cold either way swag heavy coming. He just got a show on TV called Ralph's from eared in September. I mean, you know, look, it doesn't matter what he had going on absolutely tragic. Thirty two year old kid died. On the other end of the spectrum Ozzy Osbourne seems to be able to do whatever he wants to himself and just keeps on living. Ozzy's intense coughing, a ruptured a blood vessel in his eye. Here's a picture of it. It's in black and white any if you really want to see it. We could have. No, I'm good. He went on Instagram Thursday to share that his intense coughing is causing other health issues for his his eyebrows are highly manicured, he's clearly very much being taken to a place where he's. The blood. Bye, bye hair color. Let's stop. We'll get his wife. She is just good for you tweet. Yes. No. I'm sure he is too. I love ozzy's to and I've heard some really bad things. He's done to the musicians who've worked with him in the past screwing them over. Oh, yeah. It's awful. Like one of the guys who wrote the songs on his first they didn't get get credit. They didn't get writer credits. I've heard them all. Of course. That's how we captured. It. No other details about his health of the cop is related to a cold or another element. He's had all kinds of health problems over the years and accidents and stuff to have some something going on with his hand. Yeah. He got he got a manicure in October. And he got an infection in his thumb that spread to his whole hand. He had to undergo emergency surgery to stop the infection from spreading. So don't they say that if you get manicures on the regular, actually, if you get any manicures, you should bring your own tools with you some places will actually sell you a set of tools write your name on the box and put it up on the wall of boxes and then. And then you pull your manicure set out. They use your tools on you. With that. Cut your nails. At your house. Do stuff puppies. But I end up messing them up and then damaging come to show their Janke and right? No, it's nice to have someone work on your toes and on your fingers on and looks pro. And you know, like, you're lucky, and you can always get real good with your with your polish, but the right hands. Always math. I never governor. I'm. Barely see my toes. I need someone just bother with them. Jeff Bezos and Lawrence Sanchez. Yeah. Going strong kids. They're both getting divorces. They're just in love those two kids. You're planning to move in together. I'm sure they'll find some palace live and he's worth one hundred thirty seven billion dollars. Currently it's about to get half of that away. So the news of their romance. Well, give it away she helped make that fortune. So we can argue to have her I'm arguing that. She was with him before he might have been a millionaire, right? How he's a kajillions, right? L? So the news first broke after he announced his divorce from McKenzie after twenty five years his wife of twenty five years and a joint statement on Twitter. They're saying this is likely to be the most expensive divorce ever that she will walk with sixty billion dollars or something sixty plus Sanchez this chick, Lauren Sanchez. I guess, you know, the the really the part of it that I don't like because I don't care who who's with who. And love find you the heart wants, whatever. If it's a golf pro golf. Maybe that's who it is. Don't do it lady. Cohn. It's that these were two that's somebody else's. Couples. This is from yesterday secrets you're right. We did a couple of bad advice is that were just like bitch slap ones like come on. So what I hate is that these are two couples that social that hung together for years like, you know, how couples have right couple friends, you know, and you hang out together all the time. And it turns out that these two. Wind up falling in love over the years. He saying that they worked together that they had some dealings like worked on projects together. And that's how they Amazon's moved into the movie business. So he was very much working with that women's husband at the very least. Yeah. No, they definitely had. And they were just couple friends vacation together, they had lots of dinners together. I'm sure they play cards on a Friday night. You know who else did that with Simon cowl buddies wife? Yeah. I guess that's been well he had a baby with her. I are they together. Yeah. I don't know that their noses best, friends wives. And. Just like Lourdes or away and knock army, so rich and charming. All. Anyway, these two they've not been spotted out together since the news of their relationship broke. But they are in constant contact. According to people magazine. Looks like. He made his first public outing since he announced his divorce at the sixteenth annual living legends of aviation awards hosted by John Travolta, she is a helicopter pilot. Apparently, she's like a tireless definitely been in the news business for most of her career, but she loves to fly people with money, take those lessons. I've known people who do that seems like a great skill to have. So they're saying basically their families dealt with this in the fall before any of us knew anything about it, the world's catching up with zero impact on their relationship as listen Sanchez's relationship. They've never been stronger. Okay. So congratulations to all those people. The good part is none of them will starve. I guess that's a good part magic. Mike, the musical. Where's Bernie gleaming? Gold perfectly. We don't need them drum. It just said, I live human form. Yeah. Tell us tell us tell us what Channing Tatum's absolute like in magic, Mike go. Leeming gold's perfectly round. You

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"janke" Discussed on If I Were You

If I Were You

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"janke" Discussed on If I Were You

"Okay. Now, I'm confused as to why you're. How about this? It's a selfie of me by myself in the office. Why would I do that unless you are with me, right? Because other if I was with you, you would put me in this or if I wasn't with you. We would Photoshop weird selfie. Okay. So yet, you just take a selfie. Yeah. Without you in it. And that'll prove that you're here. Right with me. Yes. Okay. How about this? I'll point to something. And you tell me what I'm pointing at. And I'll say it at the same time. Okay. Okay. What am I pointing at now? Share see nice. Yeah. I feel like I guess just got clean saying chair, which I will sort of said it differently. You know? That's that's something. You can't really fake like if you pointed at that sign. Yeah. And you told me later pointing at the sign I would I would have said aside, and you would have said assigned you put at the chair, and I said the chair and you said a chair that's why would little inconsistency. This is all very new local us just so little seeds of doubt as to which room. We may or may not be sitting in. What am I pointing? Now a sign. W putting the sign of the column, and how do I know that there's a column in this room? Because obviously you remember right from when you were in the room, I guess, but like, oh, you know, what I know? We'll never be able to prove it. But I feel like we said so much time talking about. People on your care. Definitely talking. This is our magic gathering. This podcast is cool. But it's mostly just discussing whether or not they're in the same room. And what does that mean? So many great podcasts that I listen to don't record in the same room there. Lots of big podcasts that have people recording. I guess we're just Janke Janke operation. Right. So we need to record in the same room. We'll because we recorded remotely last week. And I spent a good hour or two editing together to make it sound like we're in the same room. Now, I'm wondering when those podcasts record remotely do. They do the same treatment to it. Are they working that hard to make it seem like they're in the same room today? Get rid of the lag, and they get rid of the lag two they have one person recording into a Mike. Do they just record the other person through the phone? Do they give as much of a shit? They do I listened to that show the political gab fest. They have people call it like sometimes they're in the same room. And sometimes they're not, and it's really like calm. There's truly no difference at all. Well, and I think it's because they record like in. In actual studios in different places. But I said it might be got no idea. But then on like, I also listen to that fivethirtyeight podcast, and sometimes they'll just have someone call in on a phone, and it sounds awful. And you could barely hear. That's such a big podcast. And there's. In that company. Yeah. And someone's just recording to a cellphone how many fingers my holding up four. I with you. We're the same room. That's right. You know, it's a good bit. It's like how many fingers holding up and I'm holding up before then you say four, and then I bring in my other hand into frame, and I go six you idiot. Everyone's is that Jacob joke. Then I still like we came up with so long ago. Say does anyone have any gun editor note? No wrong. I do. That is a good twist. That's a good thing for a job interview sketch. Do you have any gum or does anyone here? I guess he was only two people. It could be a group interview. Yeah. Like, the board of directors the seminar video that we watched with Jeffrey now on our patriots that could have been a good thing. I stand up at the front anybody having gum. No wrong. I do kicked to people out. The beginning of it. He was so funny to me still trying to get that date that guy talking shit about the seminar. I'm kind of interested in it. Like these things. What this guy just said? I'm pretty good or whatever it is. All right. So what did this person do bring it up by forget where we're talking about is how do you break the news that you don't like magic the gathering?.

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"janke" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

Jesse, Jordan, GO!

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"janke" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

"Over your extra. There's glow in the dark vape clouds like can you blow fat cloud Moamen? That would be awesome. I guess you would have to have internal lighting to ratchet up. Yeah. I mean seems dangerous. No matter what. Dionne fumes into your lungs. Probably an issue. Yeah. But that's the evolution of the what used to be vape stores vape stores everywhere to those were those once they weren't cellphone source because foreign store is still exist. Although I do remember there was there used to be like the Janke sell the independent cellphone store around one. You were Janke independent. There's your cellular one outlets right ferret cellular that was around just in the time of breaking bad's. So that breaking bad like made sense that he was just like getting phones and breaking them constantly. Sure burner these days, we're we're like I feel like seven eleven or something right? You're probably right now, you can get a burner in a slurpee for deal. Like like, I feel like. Burner. Slurpy combo. I wanna say to you. I was very happy. I was happy to star to be on camera in any way. When I was in your camera. One camera two it's been a slow year. So just to be in your eye cameras was nice. Honestly, what what are you seeing out of your bad? I would I so I was when I was driving my son to school. Yes. I was trying different driving hands. Yeah. This is for us. Yeah. He'll that kind of thing. It was a speedboat. Incidentally. But steered the same way. What I like is that you're keeping the size of the steering wheel. The same a lot of people use it. It's like a bad space work move is the steering wheel size will fluctuate as people are just late. So mad Nick, I'm glad you brought this up because I get so mad on podcast when people pick up a telephone by extending their thumb and little finger on how you hold the telephone not a phone. I get mad of this stuff too. And I saw a guy do like a really tiny steering wheel. And then I was a Canada ride home. I got on his car his steering. Your was a small. It was very tight. Notably small very small sterile willing to small for safety very small. Yeah. So like, you just gotta think about those things before you judge. Let's go. Who is my son to school this morning? I had to make a tough decision, which is is my vision better with one eye being kind of like, very white and cloudy, and I'm looking at you right now Nick through my right eye, and I can't really see your features. Okay. You're kind of looked like a blown out photograph right or with one eye closed and have clear vision. But I realized I tried it both ways I did a little camera. One camera two action with three cameras or or like three D camera. Yeah, I guess. So you you're talking about the third eye that rest of the middle of your forehead. Oh, yeah. Got to know the lead shorter. So I decided that it was safer for me to have weird semi blurry vision in my right eye and still have depth perception, right? Okay. I just want to the eye doctor an ophthalmologist, oh and. Nick. And I actually got into a big fight. When I went that day. And I couldn't text back. I couldn't see anything the two of got an a big fight. We've we did. It's been it's been it's been resolved. Okay. For that moment, we weren't friends though. But I is were dilated peoples dilated, I couldn't I couldn't see anything. I am very lightly farsighted with a stigmatism in both eyes. But not enough. So that you're you need to get glasses. But you can get them I found out, but I'm like if I if I look to my left. I I can't see that. I feel like I can't see that. Well, I appreciate you talking about it publicly. I feel like too much astigmatism stick around. You know, what I bet faith stores were yogurt places? Oh, they were yoke because the yoga trend has come and gone. Yes. When's the last time any of you guys had yogurt? Can you children yogurt trend has come and gone? It's pretty much the center of their emotional world. Really? Where's there? What is their a place of choice? So we're going to a yogurt land..

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A brief overview of machine learning and artificial neural networks

TechStuff

03:21 min | 2 years ago

A brief overview of machine learning and artificial neural networks

"An artificial neuron can take in multiple by a binary points of data zeros and ones and then create a single binary output. So it might be looking at specific features that might have to do with ears, for example. And if it detects that the ears are consistent with those of a cat in might pass a positive response further. On the neural network and a full collection of all these looking at multiple points of data would allow the computer to come to a decision. Does this image represent a cat or does it represent something else? So in this way, by feeding thousands, or tens of thousands or hundreds of thousands of images to a computer. You can train it to recognize cats, and the more you train it and the more closely you're able to tweak the networks, so that it waits certain elements more than others the better it gets. So the tweaking makes the network more capable and eventually get to a point where it can identify a picture as either being a cat or not a cat with pretty good results. Back in two thousand twelve when Google was talking about this. It was still a little Janke could sometimes recognize a cat. And sometimes it would think that a person was a cat or that a cat was a person. So it was not infallible. But it was pretty good now because of covered artificial neural networks in recent episodes of tech stuff, I'm not gonna go through the whole thing all over again that high level I just gave you that's pretty good starting point. It's just important to remember that the general out, but here is through training a network using that input data set in this case. Or in the case of that example, hundreds of thousands of images of cats machine learning can actually take a few different approaches, the one that I sort of outlined earlier would kind of fall into the category of supervised machine learning see, and that approach we human beings are trying to teach a machine through el-gharib and data sets to recognize something that we already know the answer for right? You can look at a picture, and you can recognize whether that picture is of a cat or not. So you already know the answer, you're not asking the computer to give you new information. You're trying to teach the computer to do something that you already can do. So we human beings are able to supervise the machine as it is learning this process and make those minor adjustments that are needed throughout the system in order for it to get better at its job that is supervised machine learning we can keep working with it until it reaches what we consider to be an acceptable level of success. Which doesn't mean it has to be perfect. It just has to be good enough or whatever it is. We're building it for. But there's another approach called unsupervised machine learning. And as you might imagine this is different from the previous one. None. This approach you only have input data and your goal as a human is to learn more about that data itself. So you don't have a correct answer in mind. You don't already know that the data represents say a cat in a photo. It's a different type of problem. You're looking at.

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"janke" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"janke" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Bloomberg. Also announced the Minneapolis. Saint Paul have won awards from his foundation for their commitment to combating climate change. Bloomberg is considered a potential candidate for the two thousand twenty presidential election. Well, it's now been two weeks since a western Wisconsin couple was found shot to death in their home and their thirteen year old daughter went missing. There are no arrests in little information on what happened to Jamie Kloss. Investigators have gone over thousands of leads while hundreds of volunteers have assisted in ground searches in and around the family's hometown of baron. Stacey Linda's says they can't give up. Hope Jamie is still alive. You know, just got to stay positive just really hope that you can find something to to find Jamie to bring her home. Just you know, you have to stay optimistic. You really do. There's a fifty thousand dollar reward for information that will help find the girl. Meanwhile, a thirty two year old Wisconsin man is charged with burglary after police say he broke into the class home over the weekend and attempted to steal some of the girls clothing. Kyle Janke annus is not considered a suspect in classes disappearance life in prison for North Dakota man who with authorities say helped kidnap a baby that his girlfriend cut out of a woman's body. William Hain was sentenced in Fargo today after pleading guilty to the charges last month. He admitted to helping brick crews cover up the killing of savannah, gray wind in August of two thousand seventeen cruise is also serving a life sentence. This is definitely the way of the future. I think this is a case study in a role model for what we're gonna see more of over the next years decades officials with corruption..

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"janke" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"janke" Discussed on The Young Turks

"Everybody. I'm John at Rolla Janke Anka's burying out for a little bit. They'll eventually back Sunday in the interim. I am joined by Jesse Jackson. Ben Mankiewicz at the desk. Thank you for what's up, this guy shows up, you know, just for whatever reason because you know, I remember I used to bring us in when I was here more, wait. I can't wait to find out. What it is. No, no, no, no, no, no. You did this time oddly enough, you were great. No, I was just suddenly occurred to me like here. I am sort of filling in and it's been so long. I mean, it's a show, and it's a big deal and it's a desk, and it was just because I was just talking to this until a query quick story. I didn't interview with NPR in Tucson today for a event we're doing later and the reporters started by saying, hey, like in during the Bush administration in two thousand three two thousand four I was so frustrated with the media, and I started reading these commentaries that having them posters publishing by this guy sank later, and I felt like my voice was being expressed. But eloquently and the outrage and then found out about the show and saw you, and you know, he really changed my life and feeling that there was a procreate. And I thought well, it'd be nice to tell Jake that because he's been really successful guy there in Zona. And and he said, you know, that I started listening to the show when I listen to you in jail until I was just thinking about it because that would just our happy going here we get introduced back in. I mean, it's just crazy. Like, it is the history. I mean, it's amazing. We're here in this big studio. And that's true. It was it really came from nothing. Briefly tasted just a little bit of the old. The the what street was it on now Cynthia. I don't know before the other area of Culver city. We were in a very small office based I was there for a couple of weeks before it transitioned over. But anyway, we have thankfully started from the bottom. And now there's some song lyric. But I don't remember. But we're we're here now. That's good. Yeah. But anyway, thank you guys for joining me YouTube going to be joining me the first hour in the second hour, Burke, Thomas and Sally Kohn are going to be stepping in. And we've got amazing stories in both hours. I'm trying to think of what's the most fun. I honestly Rhonda's Santa's Andrew gillum had a debate in Florida last night. And one of Andrew Gillies responses was just amazing. And so we're going to get into that at the end of the first hour. It should be good. It end the second hour near the end of it. I have found what I think is the legitimate reason to talk about red dead, redemption too. So if you're gamer you'll enjoy that in the second hour up until then why don't we start with can't they I can't do the second. Yeah. I got you don't want. Oh forgot. I got a thing with a guy. Anyway. Okay. So we're going to have to the news, though, yesterday's string of attempted bombings attempted assassinations attempted acts of domestic terror. However, you want to refer to it. And I think all three of those are accurate continued through today with more targets being sent a pipebombs and various forms of apparently explosive materials. And so we want to add to to your knowledge of who is being targeted out of a three more devices found in Delaware in New York this morning to were addressed a former vice president Joe Biden, della resident in the third to actor Robert deniro who lives in works in lower Manhattan. I LA guy all of the ten packages that have been discovered so far in bore return addresses from Debbie Wasserman Schultz, a democratic congresswoman from Florida there had been a belief a little bit later on this morning that the building Nancy Pelosi's office in was also had a suspicious package. I haven't seen any updates confirming. Now at this point that it did not have been a lot. But more than that of specific issues packages because obviously people are on alert, and then most of those many of those turned out to be false alarms..

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"janke" Discussed on Alice @97.3

Alice @97.3

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"janke" Discussed on Alice @97.3

"Decorated the house. So they the MRs in her went and decorated the house. No, I haven't. Easy answer. No, I'm probably gonna throw something together. In the last second look Janke just like last year's Rudolph the red nosed reindeer did. Yeah. I'm hoping my costume shows up and getting kind of word. Well, it's now too late for me to buy anything online sites to get over to though, you're done. I know. You and I usually do some kind of thing together. You've got the peanut butter and jelly because. God that was the lamest one. We might have to be being about her. The other day man and father again many. I don't okay, whatever. Great to be with me. Come what am I gonna do? I'll be I'll be there. Peanut butter. I'll be an open face peanut butter sandwich. Well, stable the two together. My god. It's and it's hot I'm doing it. It's awful. Well, it's hot I'll have to take it off. Oh well. So if you call right now, eight hundred four hundred three six seven we will give in your your caller number nine. We'll give you passes to the annual Seren Vinnie. Halloween secret show, October thirty first, oh, that's Halloween at the punchline in San Francisco, you have to be over twenty one to win these tickets and remember it's from eleven to one in the in the middle of the day. All right, not witching hour, but it starts at eleven in the morning. So you have to be able to get yourself down San Francisco, and we recommend public transportation because the financial district is pretty packed during the day. Right. So we'll meet you over there. So fun though. So great and we have.

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"janke" Discussed on Risky Business

Risky Business

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"janke" Discussed on Risky Business

"Yes. How do you fix that problem? Right? Like even like, what's the count Janke way of fixing that problem. They eventually just going to start offering taps like between customer instances and house to debate in the back end like it. Will that be something they'll be able to do? I guess, Todd, right? Because yeah, because it is a hosted, like if there's some other thing that springs up and starts. Accessing that database like a network tap isn't gonna tell you much isn't? No. It's going to be really interesting to see what they do there, and you know, they've got a lot of really smart people working for them obviously. So I have every expectation that there's people working towards this or trying to figure out how to solve this problem of because I mean, you're kind of left to some of the old ways of, let's deploy agent on every system and collect packet data and and forward it from there, which obviously is no doubling your network overhead on all your all your last two compute nodes, and there's opportunity of missing things if you deploy something without using your your gold image and it's just kind of, you know, you're back to this very non non cloud solution to the problem when you really like to have just like you do on Prem, deploy your tap. It collects everything that goes past it. There's no way for you to configure something that in a way that that will bypass that monitoring that. That makes sense. So I guess the reason we're talking about this, of course, auspice is being acquired by Gigamon, you know, and this is where it we're here to talk about the iceberg stuff with even Gigamon and Gigamon really does. Do you know collects network metadata usually from from lands who actually people's physical networks. But I guess something like tap you can just modify your collectives right to Tyke that information, and then you can even consolidate it into the same console as you know, the one that's showing you information from your physical network? Yes, -olutely the kind of adding this veto type of idea will will really make it. So you can have that consistent picture across. You know your whole hybrid solution, whether it be on Prem or within Azure for now, I'm sure you know Amazon and Google or hot on the heels to offer the same functionality straight up. My next question is, do you expect it? I w we'll. We'll bring something similar. We'll Google you'd think I'd have to write like, come on. It's it's absolutely going to become a a competitive requirement for companies that actually that have a strong interest in securing their woke lit workloads as being able to do this consistent network monitoring, no matter where they're data's hosted. Do you think one of the reasons we got into the situation in the first place is because like for example, you look at Amazon web services and the logging capabilities that oughta they are pretty extensive, pretty amazing this you can do with them, but the entire security industry is not geared towards accepting exotic log formats right way geared towards looking at packets. Do you think that perhaps these cloud providers thought that by offering such. Such amazing logging capabilities, they expected more of an ecosystem to pop around to support them and actually provide clients with that you that? I think there's probably a combinations of issues. There's definitely some cases where I think that they kind of hoped that being able to do, you know, important collection or service collection based on what they provided from their hosted services was going to be enough. I also think that that you know a lot of these companies, they're trying to move just as quick as they can and let's face it. It's no different than any other business that that's a lot of times. Security doesn't necessarily come as the first priority, and really, that's that's fair, right. Security is not the first priority of business businesses priorities to make money. Security should really work to to further that goal and support the businesses goal of delivering a product and making money..

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"janke" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"janke" Discussed on The Young Turks

"The church Janke Granik hispan- with you guys. Big show head as usual, especially in the Europe, Donald Trump. Now, normally I tell you gotta wait for a story later in the program just the way that the the rhythm of the rundown, which I believe it was a song back in the day rhythm. Can you feel the rhythm of the rundown? No. Okay. That's I made that up. Okay. Okay. So sometimes it'll be the four story, the story, the story wrong. Today's the first story, so you don't have to wait much longer, but before we get to that just real quick, you know, we're doing this membership drive. We launched it yesterday. You guys were a incredible bananas Bonk as all those words that need to be applied to you. Remember you are bankers and Anna did an outlandish thing is called for thirty thousand subscribers by that today. So I will let me just remind you the number of subscribers we started with again, this is not we to our are. You're not supposed to tell the number of subscribers. You have almost no company does that publicly at least at this level of detail. So let's see what we started with yesterday when we started a membership drive twenty seven thousand six hundred and sixty one. And Anna said, can we see thirty thousand by then today? Well, that's impossible. The overall goal one hundred thousand by the end of the year is impossible. So there's a lot of impossible things going on. But yesterday. Was unbelievable today continues to be unbelievable. So we actually got more than a thousand but thirty thousand. What's the number. The kurt. Twenty eight thousand five hundred. Seven you know it's all right. All right for everyone who signed up. Thank you for everyone who's considering signing up, but hasn't made that leap yet. I believe in you, we believe in you and obviously believe in us. So just take that dive do it. I was that for Christian to it to it now. Okay. No, seriously. There's some jazz. We get thirty thousand. I don't buy then today's that mental. I don't know. My actually present a full story doing the shoulder shimmy. If that happens excited. I wouldn't be able to full shoulder shimmy story we can get by today. Okay. So in the back? No, but in all seriousness, though, guys. Thank you. Thank you for all the not just joining, but all the kind words, etc. Now, we're reading the young members comments first and foremost in the comments section, and you do that on the website on dot com. Obviously, when we're live, you just there's a live button you could press and and obviously join up TYP dot com slash join. All right. Thank you now the biggest story of the day..

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"janke" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

07:50 min | 2 years ago

"janke" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Right Tony and I created a workshop broadcast from and. It's Janke but you know what it's ours and that's, well we're, constantly, working, on it That's. Right on the weekends that's right when we have very, little time yes the? Weekend warrior, workshop only gets, worked on during the weekends So we've got another great show lined up for you today Tony telling everybody. What we're talking to everybody can benefit from. This show we're gonna talk. About home security and we're not going to beat around the Bush we're gonna come to you straight right now we're talking about home security there's a few very. Important, facts. That Corey and, I have learned that, have essentially brought us, to the point where we need to bring this information to you well absolutely because you know burglaries home, break ins their crimes of opportunity and, we're going to talk today about, ways, to reduce opportunity for somebody. To break into your home exempt somebody's. Planning, on breaking into your home they're going to create a plan right and follow through with it there's nothing, you can do with that. Yeah but. If somebody is walking down the street and they. See an. Opportunity on your property versus the. Neighbors. They're gonna go after you that's right and here's the thing People covet things that they are familiar with right things that they see every day so if, you've got somebody that lives near you. And walks your street daily and, they, see that you come home. At the same time every day and. You, have to vehicles and you all of these things and what time and then suddenly they're walking down the, street it's dark or dusk. Both of. Your vehicles are gone Grudge doors open and they're like they're not home that's opportunity. Right. There, you. Avoid that opportunity by closing your doors all. Of these. Things we're gonna talk about all these things that people don't do regularly that result. In them being burgled that's right Tony two million burglaries are reported every year two million houses were Bertel that is there also could be some houses that were burgled twice probably thirty percent of all of those burglaries were through an open door or window Yep Yep absolutely. Sixty six percent of. All burglaries are residential that's right You're not safe if you're a renter I mean. You're not any safer if you're a. Renter in the highest, percentage of burglaries happen during the summer in then three hundred or three. Hundred percent more, likely? To be broken into if you don't, have. A security system but I'll tell you. What Tony if you have a sign if you just have a sign, of front that. Says you have a. Security system you've already increased your odds by, three hundred percent of not getting broken into because they're going to assume that there's a. Sign that you have a system. Absolutely going. To, test it I know that guy's got. Sign actually he's got three. Signs but he probably doesn't really have once I'm going to break, in there that's not happens right it's absolutely not had a burglar again burglaries most. Burglaries. Are, are. Crimes of opportunity you're gonna get neighborhoods where. There's kids High school kids roaming the neighborhood being hoodlums yeah check indoors car doors that happens all the time we're kids walk. Through neighborhoods they check car doors for. Open cars and they, rifle through open cars and that's it they're not breaking windows they don't. Want to draw. Attention? To themselves right there just open door, okay. What are we got in here Yep. Oh he left his wallet in here Absolutely kill after she. Left her briefcase in here and it doesn't have to take long it takes forty five. Seconds oh yeah doors. Open they walk in they may choose to just grab. The first thing. Laptop. They might just grab a flat? Screen. TV, they might just grab a wallet Whatever. They see you. Know what folks it can be a microwave that's. Still two hundred and fifty dollars right I mean. The pawnshops probably twenty five bucks What's the worst. Part, about getting broken into. Right is knowing knowing that the things that you. Paid so much for are being hawked on the street for very little money. Yeah we have a folks we have brought this, show to our listeners before. It is a, very good show because. It reminds, you how vulnerable we are we feel like in our, home that we're safe we are. Safe at home. This is my this is my refuge it's my it's my place where we're bad things don't happen right except guess what it's just does it happens there. And so this. Show that we do maybe once a year right around this time of year because we know that the summer months are when it happens it's hot, outside we've opened. The windows to let any glimpse of a breeze. To come into the house and give, us? A little, bit of reprieve from the heat And And that's what. Happens we. Leave you're not going to close the. Windows people don't close the. Windows every time they leave the. House I'm just running one mile up to the. Market I'm grabbing. Milk I'm coming. Back it. Happens that's an opportunity it. Happens. Absolutely so this show that we're having here is to to remind you to share with you some of the facts so that you can make informed. Decisions and if it takes you a few minutes to lock up the house before you, leave then that is the opportunity you should, take you, know, Tony, there's I think there's a fine line of always thinking about being broken into And you know always worry you kind of become complacent with. The you know the neighborhood that you live in you think nobody's in this neighborhood that's going. To, break into. My house but then you also don't want to ride that line of always being in fear. Right, right absolutely I know that. You definitely want to be comfortable and if you're constantly worried about somebody. Breaking into, your house then that comfort level kind. Of goes right out and. That's what we're going to talk. About today we're gonna talk about things that you. Can just do. Around your home. That are. Just common sense that will. Give. You better security around your home so that an opportunist criminal doesn't walk by and go that's the house right that I'm going to break in right. Now because I've got five minutes yeah you can we're gonna talk about the things you, can do to take the target off of, your house, yeah, they, call it hardening hardening the target harden the target may get in difficult And make it smaller and farther away And maybe it. Was harder whitewash it, a little, bit, so it's like. Like for, instance for let's just talk for instance the very first thing the, first? Line of defense is your, door right, which, door, your entry door you. Know really it's, and here's the thing, I think Corey you and I-, Corey even though we're having this conversation we're still susceptible to fall into that guys Of the the entry door is the first and most important thing here's the. Fact you're right the entry doors very important but it's not any more important than, the back door democrat Raj door, than the door from the garage to the house every, single entry point folks is, as. Important as every other entry point Correy says the entry door because we use it? Most often well some people do. You don't use your front door very, often almost at all I, don't let I'll tell you what I drive up to your, house pretty regularly and I. Find the garage door, but now, not, the garage door. Open and, you're gone.

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"janke" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"janke" Discussed on The Young Turks

"Well, it'd be a church Janke Granik with you guys. I feel like we just got off the air minute ago or at least I did eight and a half hours or so yesterday. So if you're young Turks member and you met miss last night, don't worry. You got eight hours to catch up on. It's like binge-watching like, like we say, we're progressive net flicks well. Got a lot of tea when he catch up from last night or you just fast forward to the parts of rage. Later in the night, I had many moments of rage partly about elections, but then once I got into the mood about random things like article, five confessions in Robert Reich and Bill Maher roller coaster. Oh yeah. Yeah, yeah. So TY dot com. Slash joining it. All that John was an American hero last night. He gets early in the mornings to do damage report news here, a long, long time. So we do have a couple of stories about that a little bit later in the program, but there's a curveball coming guys. So my Rachel continue that is not a curve ball, the democratic person who won in Kansas. Third district guess bright welder schrief David's. Not a fan of hers well, and now that she's won, I'm still not a fan of hers and I'm not going to soft pedal at. Okay. Having said that there some of my views on that race. I'd be surprised if it didn't surprise you. Okay, so definite curb ball's coming a little bit later in the program. And last night we talked about one of you guys suggested and you know you are part of the program to send a reporter to Kansas. We are sending reporter to Kansas to see what happened in Johnson county and the computer failure in Johnson county has us. But anyway, all that fun surprises a little bit later in the program for you guys being fun. We're going to start with fun, right? Anna. Yeah, this is a heavy rundown and I just felt like we all needed a moment to laugh before we got to the heavy stuff. We begin with the story that I was. Unaware of until today, actually, and I'm very upset at the producers at TY t. of not informing me of this gem of a video that I'm about to share with you all. So last week, Donald Trump was in Pennsylvania. Outta rally doing with Donald Trump does making a fool out of himself and the video that we're about to show you is Donald Trump, not understanding geography. I have great respect for the UK United Kingdom, great respect people call it Britain. They go a Great Britain. They call it. They used to call an England different parts..

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"janke" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"janke" Discussed on The Young Turks

"I well, no church Janke Annika sparing with you guys as usual while only day. In fact, we are literally going to start Willie with Bigfoot in a second. So I it's a big day today, but it's also big day for the next three days on the air. So tomorrow, Alexander across Cortez on the power panel. So not as guest. But as one of the hosts, she will be hosting the first hour along with me and and Nando villa is going to be back from fusion with us, and and then the second hour we're gonna have James Thomson also hosts with us. He is one of the just Democrats running in Kansas, so excellent power panel, Tamar, don't miss it and we're going to dress a little things. The mainstream media has been getting wrong. So that ought to be fantastic. And on Monday at five or five right after the show. Five five Pacifics eight. Oh five. Eastern. We are going to have nine just Democrats up for election on Tuesday night. They're all going to come on the young Turks, make one last pitch, and then Tuesday night it's make or break one of the biggest primary nights of the entire season. You've got Kansas there with Brent welder. James Thompson, you've got Missouri with Corey Bush. It is so many of them. I can't list them all, but Michigan, Washington, wonderful, wonderful candidates are they going to win or they're going to go home. So it's I'm already nervous, really, really nervous. So either it's going to be jubilant on Tuesday night or the opposite. So.

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Noah Syndergaard, Houston and Tampa Bay discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak

Bloomberg Daybreak

01:45 min | 2 years ago

Noah Syndergaard, Houston and Tampa Bay discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak

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