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Verizon Business CEO on how 5G can solve the problems exposed by COVID-19

The 3:59

06:13 min | 2 months ago

Verizon Business CEO on how 5G can solve the problems exposed by COVID-19

"Thomas driving is on the topic of one ahead. Our companies have been testing it for a while. I think they'll the lockdown. But the social distancing status quo has made the idea of the self driving car former attractive. Here's how five helping to make a time. Striving more reality yes. This is one that i could visualize. I think about the difference between a four environment. Gene i did we talk about this for a long time. When will come to. Fruition will be real. We're seeing this being tested today in pockets throughout the country. And it's not just for driverless. Vehicles thomas eagles. It's also drones. Iii sauce announced this week. Work that we're doing with. Ups on jaw hit ability. When you think about four g Urine at a time of the world today in a forge ecosystem. You want clear the harm front of you on your clearances about four inches. They sung lazy kicked very inefficient to eat assistance. Because you bet latency Attended mills Also used to find yourself in environment where you've got four foot clearance to the carn- primarily because the low lazy kimberly allows that we're having conversations with cities of around the contrary to really understand their planning cycle. Talked about san jose this week at. Cbs in work. We're doing with them. Generally bills smart city capabilities. You build a smart city capability. Five g capability of low latency and bandwidth capability ability for the signals to travel at sea allows a barrier differentiated in a very real experience for smart cities or thomas vehicles and for jobs kicker to be very real as you think about the ups deliver against the demand that they have for home. Delivery drones will played important part of that worry. See not in project and testing. Come faster than you imagine. Because we're finding new in different ways to use power a and how much work has been directly inspired by what's been going on over the last year and in all these solutions are they quick fixes of the problems that we've seen exposed now or solutions that can be applied to society of the long term. I believe tree pandemic everyone was talking about digital transformation and we talked to that everybody will go through digital transformation. Everybody's planning board. What we've seen over. The last month is real time her information. When you're in the middle of a crisis we gotta see patients. They can't come into an office. Got to educate kids and they can't come into school environment when he watery magin entertainment. We've found all kinds of ways with the bronco system to reimagine. And i really do believe that. We've cut three four five years off of the planning cycle going from planning for digital transformation actually deployed digital transformation with our customers is. They're beginning to see possibilities of five jeep whether it's in our lab environments whether it's in cities were of actual diet deployed it's just creating warm more sheer yossi non-commitment to accelerate transformation. It's one of the reasons why i'm really excited about the work that we've done with. Aws in huge. His wouldn't rule that out. Is we now have developers access to whatever it is. They're developing they wanna pull in the power. Uwb work done with edge. The he do that through the normal process that they follow near all cyclone. So we're really bribing out crazy all kinds of exposure to what's possible and if we're truly power five g received look celebrate the potential and identification of those solutions igloos accelerated lead accelerate. Nali as we imagine a whole host code but really we reacting responding to reimagining. An reimagining is happening real time. We think about having dry cheese today. That's good for today and really crisis management to what will be good in different in the future that will have strong society benefits. It's one of the league's About strategy we've said we create the networks roll forward that's the nar defying purpose todd We live now ever before because we have a responsibility not only to employees customers. Shareholders that to society as a stakeholder all right lastly assuming five j works exactly as promise but snappy speeds responsiveness all the way and see. What is your dream application for this technology. What is my dream application. Well how much time do we have to talk about dream applications. I believe a feigen working exactly as we've defined it. I'm super proud of the ability for us to deliver on the timelines. The we've many brown. Deploying city's making the capability Incredibly appreciative for partnerships developed with aws with jerem with apple in same's on other ecosystem. Come to life because who in your law power ecosystem that you begin to imagine solutions. I read the things we talked about today. Healthcare education digital divide are the big ones. And i think five g will absolutely help solve the. We've also made predictions to technology. Used to help invited crew the environment as we think about how to make sure that we play a responsible role in using technology to solve. The world's biggest problems environment includes so we responsibility. We have not location. Were honored to be part of that. Stand that anything. The ability to use technology saul. Some problems is that ryan ismay because we understand and are honored to be part of serving society has a stake over

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Why Would the Creator of Graham Crackers Be Horrified by Them Today?

BrainStuff

02:26 min | 3 months ago

Why Would the Creator of Graham Crackers Be Horrified by Them Today?

"Harebrained steph. Lauren vogel bomb. Let's face it. One of the best things about making a campfire is making s'mores. The quintessentially american treat consisting of a toasted gooey marshmallow and a square of melted chocolate pressed between two crisp graham crackers. But have you ever wondered where graham crackers came from or where they got their name. The original graham cracker was a health food developed in the eighteen thirties. From the teachings of an american food reformer and religious teacher named sylvester. Graham who by all accounts would be appalled by what's called a graham cracker today which is typically made with refined flour high fructose corn syrup ended up dab of honey for marketing purposes instead graham's original cracker called for just wheat and gram flour a form of whole wheat flour made by grinding the endo sperm winter wheat into a fine powder and mixing it with the brand and wheat jerem it has of course texture and nutty flavor the resulting cracker contained no sugar fat and often had to be softened by soaking or boiling before eating. We spoke with new york-based food historian. Sarah weisberg johnson. She said it's funny. That of all the things that he talks about with his health reform. That's the one thing that gets widely adopted and has his name. Graham flour gets adopted by people who may not even be aware of him even towards the end of the nineteenth century and persists into some of the twentieth century. You hear about graham gems and gram bread. Cookbooks up to the nineteen forties and fifties graham. Who was not a doctor. Although he sometimes went by dr graham was horrified by the over processing and enriching of wheat flour and believed that the loss of fiber and other nutrients and white flour ruined consumer health in eighteen. Thirty seven graham published a pamphlet entitled a treatise on bread and bread making in the intro. He wrote thousands in civic. Life will for years and perhaps as long as they live. Eat the most miserable trash. The kim be imagined in the form of bread. He was basically advocating for whole-wheat homemade bread and was thus hailed by the philosopher. Poet ralph waldo emerson. As the profit of brand bread. Graham was a proponent and follower of vegetarianism founding. The american vegetarian society eighteen fifty.

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"jerem" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

06:37 min | 5 months ago

"jerem" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

"There's a social drawback to that were aware of that so we get them involved in and competitive sports in home schooling coughs were. They can be around other kids. We have neighbors. That live right down the road. I events at my house. My children are comfortable around a hundred other men who were in her house in our barn learning from they see me present to one hundred men. At a time they interact. I remember last year. My good friend brennan lily. Lot of you guys know him big tattooed from head to toe intimidating opposing figure. Kindness guy. you'll ever meet but scary like if you never if you didn't know him and you just looked at them you'd be intimidated. Okay you guys know. Brennan lily kind. Gentle loving soul. Intimidating is hell. I remember vividly my son a twelve year. Old son walked up to him last year and he walked straight up to him and he looked straight. Wny's is and he extended his hands and he says hi brandon. My name is brechin. These are socialized. The biggest drawback is the lack of social element. But you know what that. I recognize that my wife recognizes that and so we do what we can to ensure that they have opportunities to be social to learn from other men and other women to go to cross fit to have neighbors that we spend time with the go-to co ops to play sports. Because we we don't want to be the weird homeschool people. We don't want them to be the weird people. We want them to be able to connect with kids. And that's the biggest drawback but if you're gonna sit and short those gaps. It'll be fine anyways man. Let me step down from that. Soapbox for minute jason. But that's that's my answer okay. I hope that helps all right. Let's keep going here. Jerem atkinson how to help your white be more independent. You know jerem. There might be a time where you just need to wash your hands to a degree and say hey hon. I'm going to hang out with guys tonight. Hope you have fun and in a way you kind of thrust her into having to make some decisions on her own. Because i've seen this. I've recognized this and women were at times. They'll just not all women are like this and this is not a knock on women at all but they'll follow you around a little bit like a puppy dog at times. They need your attention days. You're insecure women a lotta the times. They're my wife is certainly never done this. But i've seen it in a lot of women They wanna be led to the point. Where if you don't tell them what to do. They really struggle. And i don't want to be on like that entirely with my wife. And i want to tell her what to do. That seems seems frustrating for her emmy so the best thing that you can do just like a child is to allow them to lead themselves in. Just step away guys. Just step away. Like hey hon You know the guys. And i really wanted to go out and we wanted to do this. this camp out and we're gonna we're gonna leave friday morning and we're gonna come back saturday Or excuse me sunday evening. We're going to camp out for two days. We're going to do about twenty thirty miles of hiking and It just want to let you know that's going to happen in a month. And i'm really looking forward to it and i hear the dates and i'm going to go do that. Was she luck. Sometimes you just have to step away because what happens. You're going to be bored for two wondering why i can't believe his goes on does all his things and by the way. Sometimes you give permission say hey. Why don't you call up your girlfriends. And why don't you go do something or you know. I know you've really wanted to pick up that hobby of gardening. Or i really know that that you wanted to go to this specific class. My wife for example came to me the other day and she said hey nobody can teach the kids cross it class. I said odd too bad and she said so volunteered. I said cool. Great look at. What does that entail. She's like. I have to go to boston To be able to get my level one certification and then her children certification and that'll be two or three days. And i said good do it. I'm proud of you for volunteering. I think that's awesome. I think that will serve you. I think that'll serve the kids. I used to be the dickhead. Who said well. What am i supposed do kids. Who who you through. What do i do with the kids. I can't believe the asshole that i used to be and then we ask questions like how do you help your wife more independent you foster growth man like you encourage her. You foster it you you on it honor her. You cherish the moments you celebrate with her you you tell her. You're proud of her when she does something that does it. That is exciting. Or she shows this this level of ambition that maybe you've never recognized before and you you embrace it and you find ways to make it happen so my wife comes to me and says hey There's the level one cross fit certification might be saying that wrong and and the kids certification. You go do that in boston. It'll be two days. Great me and the kids will be doing this. How fun we'll call you in the evenings. Can i get a hotel room for you. What can i do to help. And then she knows. I'm supportive when she comes to me and says hey i want to be key. I want to beekeeping. I don't say to her. Oh that's bad stupid. Why why would you wanna do that. I can't believe you did that. You'd want to do that. In fact i give you a bad example of how screwed this up. This two months ago my wife came to me and she said i'm trying to be real with you guys by the way because i don't have all this stuff figured out. My wife comes to me. And she says hey. I've been thinking about it. You know as kids get older. And your have some more flexibility with your time and really like to consider going to massage school. And i don't remember my exact answer but i'll i'll paraphrase here to the best of my knowledge and and i said well. Why would you wanna do that. That's that's laying out well really like and then we're going to spend all that money and then we're going to do all these things like and i really beat her up over it and last week it was like it was it was weighing on my mind jerem weighing on my i beat her up.

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"jerem" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

The Steve Warne Project - Sports

05:34 min | 5 months ago

"jerem" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

"It's gulf talk free zone for today. Steve worn long with jim. Jerem james how are you my friend. Stevie fine yeah. I'm fine a decompressing from from weekend of sports Right yeah i'm good. Stevie i've i've been. I've been walking. Steve which is just another sign that. I'm getting older. You know they used to be running. Used to sorta got into exercise a little while. It's always in an effort to quit smoking. So i was. I was running doing doing the treadmill thing and then I can do that anymore. Because i have. Arthritis steve holy cow laughing at all this stuff and so i decided to walk so last week started and i i don't know how to walk. That's the problem. stevie. I can't i can't find a cadence. I've fell twice. When i was walking by the way steve on a very you know high risk section of the street flat dry. Lots of room and still by. You can't walk like as in like you're an infant's or i don't know what's going on you know showed how little i walk more. It's i it is. You can't get the rhythm down though it's not a case your legs aren't it's not like your legs are just a given out or something like they're yelling at me. Go and get back on the couch. What he is stupid. This ain't gonna work get back. Get back stopped this. I would say that. That's probably a better option. Sit on the couch and quit smoking. Yes well always in an effort to do that. Like i said to quit smoking but yeah no but i. I don't see what one has to do the other well if you exit first of all first of all gets you away from the six well not really. I take no but your pockets right back. Anyway it's just it's just another day of live. Your life is shit. Okay all right. We talk about golfing. That's a better alternative maybe I got a question for you. Get because there. You got stuff to get to.

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Australia's Victoria reports lowest COVID-19 cases since June

Coronacast

03:00 min | 7 months ago

Australia's Victoria reports lowest COVID-19 cases since June

"It's really encouraging to see the numbers really coming down quite low in Victoria we've been waiting a long time for it people in Victoria have been waiting a really long time for it, but there does seem to be the stubborn tile. What does the last push of the Victorian plan to get rid of COVID? What does it entail? Well, it's entails really. Targeted approach because it's not evenly spread across Greater Metropolitan Melbourne. So if you look at a map southeastern suburbs around the local area of Casey those an increasing number of cases there, or there's a steady number of cases they are The sole interest of active cases got fewer active cases in the northeast corridor but the northwest corridor seems to be coming down a bit and when you match Casey with Mobility Datta People armour mobile and it tends to be related to the fact that people. Don't have as much money that area. They've got poor quality jobs more casual jobs need to travel, and they're out and about in public transport. So the potential for spread in somewhere like Casey is much greater than say in the inner eastern suburbs of Melbourne where people tend to be staying at home. Not traveling quite as much. Does that mean that there is maybe a a welfare solution to this if the people they're not able to stay at home for socioeconomic reasons is there more intervention that can be done there. Well, they're already our interventions in Victoria in terms of support if you're tested positive I think that there needs to happen is already happening, which is more intensive testing in those areas and targeting you need to have I. Think a system that similar to New South Wales. May Well, be that there's the retorted but I haven't seen it. which is that if you live in New South Wales, you know exactly which Jim I mean people aren't going to gyms but the the May will be tram or train that somebody got onto or a shop that he went into and much more alerts. So that people who've been in the same area know that they are it also needs community development dense the community onside community leaders people to come forward. We actually had a question on this from David. Saying. What are some of the epidemiological reasons for the stubborn tile of the reduction in infections that is cases dropped swiftly after lockdown but then they flatten out it is these the reasons that play into this you can't really separate epidemiology or biology from the way we live pandemics are not a biological phenomenon purely, yes. You got to have a bug that evolves, but it's all about our behavior and how interact with the JEREM whether it'd be tumor virus. So. Epidemiology that exquisite junction between society and biology, and that's what you've got here. The more biological reasons here is our that almost certainly the still virus circulating circulating amongst younger people who are either to matic or don't have very many symptoms all not coming forward for testing and that asymmetric spread that that iceberg phenomenon is what might be driving part of it but it's not driving it strongly because numbers are coming down

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Hope for Herpes Cure

The Naked Scientists

05:24 min | 8 months ago

Hope for Herpes Cure

"Nearly two thirds of us are infected with herpes simplex virus. So viruses, this week isn't an herpes causes cold sores causes genital disease, and it can also even occasionally caused Brian Infections. The virus is real headache to treat because the infection is lifelong. This is because it hides existing just as a piece of DNA inside nerve cells, it periodically reawakens to produce painful infectious skin blisters, nola drugs that can. Control these flare ups when they happen they can't remove the viral DNA. So the problem keeps on coming back now researchers in the US developed a pair of selective molecular scissors the contract down the rogue viral. DNA inside nerve cells and chop it up destroying the virus. So at least in experimental mice, it doesn't come back. Keith Jerem herpes is really sneaky that it actually established as a form of itself. That essentially goes into cells and then falls asleep and that virus lives in the neurons nerve cells in your body, and they can come once a year once a month once a week and cause lesions ulcers than anything else and all those strikes. We him don't do anything about that sleeping form of the virus. So effectively under the immune Radovan all the time it's dormant inside cells like that the immune system can't see it. So it just gets ignored. That's exactly right. The immune system controls at once it wakes up and starts making more copies of itself and they take care of those new copies but they even the noon system doesn't do anything about that long-term sleeping form of the virus said, what can you do about it? Well we've been using this really cool technology that's been around for over a decade. Now called gene editing despite has made a DNA just like our body is and that sleeping form is actually a little tiny circle of this DNA that lives in the nerve cells and what gene editing allows us to do is basically use I think of molecular scissors that can go into a cell and they can look through all. The DNA. In that cell and look for a very specific little stretch of the letters, and if they find those letters, they make a little cut and so what we do is designed very special scissors that ignore all of our own DNA, all the human DNA but they look really hard for herpes and if they find it, then it to little cuts and so it basically falls apart and makes it go away. And this works does it you can actually demonstrate that serve you chop up the virus then canola comeback yeah, exactly. So the study that we did was in mice mice get this sleeping form of the herpes just like we do and then we can go in and we use a a something. We call a vector, a different virus that carries these scissors to those same neurons and when it does that it starts cutting up the virus and then we can measure after. Our therapy how much of that sleeping form is actually left in the mice treated and what we saw as we eliminated well over ninety percent of that virus, and if we could translate that into human beings is likely to prevent lesions in Alzheimer's disease transmission to other people and all the things that we actually worry about how did you get the virus that was the Trojan horse that carried in the molecular scissors? How did you get that into the nerve cells in these animals? Well. That was a really important part of our study is understanding the best way to get the scissors where they need to be. We used another virus added. Associated Virus. Almost, all have it never causes any disease. We basically changed that to carry these scissors for us just injected into the bloodstream, and once it's in the blood, it actually goes in and actually find those nerve cells and introduces the scissors. It sounds like the woman who swallowed a fly and then swallowed spider to eat the flying, and we all know how that story ends because you're basically giving someone a virus to treat viruses this safe. This particular virus specter that was used called ADN. Associated Virus is probably the leading factor that's being used for many many types of gene therapy now, and there's several approved products out there in the EU and the United States that use adn associated virus or av to deliver different types of gene therapy, and so we're taking something that's quite proven to be safe modifying it slightly for our needs and then using it to try to cure an infection where we've simply not had any hope for cure in the past. You've been looking at herpes simplex virus. This causes cold sores and it also causes genital disease. But this is one member of a big family viruses that'll will work in a similar sort of way things like visa, the Vars, chickenpox and shingles in people unlucky enough to have that. Do you think you could prevent a person from succumbing to shingles by the same technique? The shingles virus actually goes into very similar nerve cells and acts a lot like herpes simplex, and so we can actually think about using the same therapy for that viruses. Well, we're also very actively looking at viruses that are similar but not herpes viruses in particular hepatitis B., and we have some really exciting results there where we can do very similar things. We're likely to see success there and maybe another viruses as well.

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Patrick Mouratoglou and Andrea Leand

Beyond The Baseline

04:14 min | 8 months ago

Patrick Mouratoglou and Andrea Leand

"Everyone John Worth I'm here is this with sports illustrated tennis podcast. Sweet. We have two guests, I. We talk with Patrick Rata Glue who of course wears many hats in tennis keeps the Tennis Miller's busy. He's a broadcaster he's a coach. He's a promoter Today we talked to him in two capacities. We talk about the the ultimate tennis showdown that he ran over the past several weeks. This was an attempt by Patrick to speed up tennis, make it faster younger draw a new audience. We talk about what worked what didn't we spoke with him in June and he invited us sort of wouldn't he said we'll do a reassessment when we're done and see what we did well, and what we need to work on, and so we took him up on that so. A conversation about the UTSA ultimate showdown, and then we talk about Serena. Williams. Patrick of course has coached Serena for almost a decade now, and we talk about where she is what she'll need to do to Win that elusive twenty-fourth major He is about to leave niece for Lexington Kentucky from the south of France to the land, of Mitch McConnell and Rand Paul but Patrick. is going to meet up with Serena and couture in Lexington on her way to the US. Open to we talk a lot about Serena Williams how she's handling pressure, which he needs to do differently if she were to get to the final and her sort of general disposition during during the Cova crisis. So good conversation that we talked with Andrea Leeann Andras a former top fifteen player. A commentator she also wants did a brief stint as an agent She was at the Greenbrier for the final of World Team Tennessee other day she was sitting courtside. So we talk a bit about tennis and a bit about what the US Open is going to look like under this sort of quasi bubble configuration. So good to good conversation sort of looking back but also looking forward. So let's get started in the south of France with Patrick. So we spoke a few months ago before. Before your events began and we said we would we would check in and you were open to suggestion and you sort of you wanted to hear how this went. So you you tell me first. Grade yourself what what work well. Most of it. I to to see the reality of something you've you've imagined is is amazing. It's an incredible feeling. And it was it was really impressive to see those those great champions play. As. I mean something that was difficult to imagine like play formats. So different from tennis. The accepting to be in such in this comfort zone at the start because it's very different it's very stressful. Is Very difficult in terms of physical because you don't have a lot of time between the much less so he can't recover well. You're so much more stress. To see them go through all that. In a completely new environment All the things that go is the software we had to give up this machine we had to develop for the JEREM buyers day so. I mean. The whole feeling for me was just incredible. To be completely honest, you you you sound to me like you you've written a screenplay and then you've you've actually seen it performed as as a movie. Perfect who put it What did you think first of all, what what did you think of the level play I mean this this was a different environment for the players. They were also coming off along break. What did you think of quality of Tennessee? I think at the start of Utsa one level was really so-so. After a few weekends decided to play well. the one birds for example, who on your gs? One I think is level the first two weekends was wow. Was Far from very far and then. He took off and then he started to play a some of his best tennis I think. Why he won and the level of I think for UTA. Finals. Men and women I. Think the level was really good. I think it was very good tennis. That's I really enjoyed so much watching.

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Text-to-Speech Wizardry - Niclas Bergstrom, ReadSpeaker

The Voice Tech Podcast

04:27 min | 9 months ago

Text-to-Speech Wizardry - Niclas Bergstrom, ReadSpeaker

"Our? Our goal is to be the number one platform independent to specialists and what we do apart from developing selling web-based SAS solutions for learning management systems and educational content so forth speech, naming websites bill so develop high-quality custom voices spilled using deep learning methods that you can deploy basic on any hardware aging from embedded systems to high capacity servers, or in our cloud very nice. Okay, so that's the nicest distinct explanation. What kinds of applications do companies use your text to speech voices for then what the main areas you sees them being employed for. I think it's all the traditional industries if I've your call centers of course, but also since we have lots of the small footprint, high-quality Texas beach voice his where quite big in the embedded space as well so for can be anything from assistive technologies, these by people with impairments or Romans, or any non connected device, so that is I think one of how sorry I totally lost here. and. I'm thinking embedded devices, but these are things that help people speak. People have lost the ability to speak. Acceptability, on the web, we're kind of thing. Yes, accessibility for people that struggling with reading a lot of contents on the screen, basically so they can have help. Basically having their content read outs online directly into learning management systems or directly in the educational content again. Yeah, and then what we have seen of course in the last year of course, an explosion of a requests coming from burs, kinds of dialogue system so voice interaction platforms, virtual assistant, smart speakers, and that is why we started to focus quite a lot on streamlining our process to develop custom voices interesting, okay. Okay so this whether the businesses picking up on this speak aside then what kind of applications what kind of things that people actually using these custom voices for? Why would people choose to use a accustomed voice on a voice application as opposed to just the standard Alexa voice for instance with the Google voice well, I think there are a few different reasons I mean one is that if you have your own voice, your branded voice that are sort of well aligned with your your brand values and sort of its sounds like the company that you want to sound. Like. A, logo type basically so or graphical to sign that you use for your company voice is equally powerful in the voice space, because if if all the information and applications from older brands for example, not one of the popular platforms assistance platforms, if they all sound the same, so of course quite difficult to distinguish one brand for from an utter I think in the brandon voices like with lower types and. And stuff there are certain brand values that you can communicate to get war. Yeah, it's truly the what you're saying to convey the values of your brand to be more memorable. I guess as well so people recognize your brand through the sounders in addition to the visual kind of branding the everyone's today, not make sense you see. Guys produce high-quality text to speech voices using deep learning models to older. Older is that right? These are unique voices. You make for each company. Is that right? Yeah, yeah, correct I, mean we do have Jerem ninety different voices of the shelf to has more in a thirty five different languages currently. We're used to grow that quite a bit this year, but really even though if you can, you can tweak the existing voices have slightly different character and so forth but many. Many customers do want to have their. You know they have specific requirements on what their voice. Their corporate voice sort of should sound like some customers even have their voice talents. If they are currently using for can be in the VR system can be four different touch points like a radio commercials for TV commercials, so it's it's a voice that when you hear it. You immediately associated with this brand. On the the sort of sonic branding part, some the have very strong preference of having a specific sort of language, obviously gender age should be like very formal sound should be more like a young hip sound or How does your brand sound I mean that is the important question and that is identified is about scouting the right speaker that fits well with those requirements and basically start to produce a custom tedious voice.

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"jerem" Discussed on A Slob Comes Clean

A Slob Comes Clean

16:04 min | 1 year ago

"jerem" Discussed on A Slob Comes Clean

"Verses the prices after the yard sale break So I have another podcast on how to stop cluttering and it basically is on this concept. That might be another good thing for you to listen to at that point I mean or whatever after this. I don't know like I said random words coming out of my mouth today. Here's the thing for me. Yard sales were my Kryptonite. I mean like I was obsessed with yard. Sales loved them. Planned out had so much fun. I really honestly. It was something I truly enjoyed doing. I enjoyed the hunt of to yard sales. Not Knowing what I was gonNA find. Getting shockingly amazing deals on all kinds of crazy stuff that was I. I'd look back now and even though at the time I would have said that I was doing it to help my family. I look back now and I acknowledge that it was more about the hunt than it was about the deals I was it was much more about the thrill of finding staff and getting great deals that it was about me actually needing these things that I was getting great deals on okay. So as I've changed now you know we do. My daughter and I went to some garage sales well back a couple months ago before there weren't grudge hills anymore and You know we were specifically looking for an office chair. She wants an office chair for her room. And so I still will go. But it's when I need something specific now. The hard part about that is if you go to garage sales every single week. Oh you go find a lot of office chairs. You're gonNA find one this week and then you're gonna find even better when the next week and then the next week you're going to be like. Oh my word. This one has all the things that those other two didn't have an. It's only two dollars or whatever and you're going to bring all this stuff in your house. That was me okay. So did we find an office chair? No we did not have. We survived. Yes we have okay so and here. Here's here's the thing and I always hesitate when I'm answering questions because I don't want anybody to feel like I am picking on them but I wanNa make sure you understand that I'm coming from my own. Having had the same exact issue. Okay you also know that. I was a coupon her when I before I started the blog or when I very first started the blog and so yes I was all about getting those deals even when it wasn't a garage so but shifting that perspective and realizing that I had too much stuff in my house. And that's where I have to say that if you're listening to a podcast about decluttering and if you are sending an email to me I feel like I should be safe to assume that clutter is an issue. Okay which means at other thing when I answer these questions is y'all we all have these same issues. I mean that's the thing I've learned over and over so I'm not picking on any one person but I'm saying most likely clutter is a struggle you otherwise you wouldn't even have sought out or found my podcast and blog and books and stuff. Okay so you know because I know people who are major bargain hunters and don't have cluttered houses. So obviously there's something different there. Okay it's not the bargain-hunting what the real question here was. How can I stop from getting too much? So here's where the practical things come in going when you need to. Even though it's taps a maybe you you can still shop for sales at the time when you need something. They're not going to be as great of a sale as they were. When it was seventy five percent off but often I have found. I'm more able now because I don't get things ahead. I feel like I get things that are a little more personalized for my kids. Not that they're necessarily toy age anymore. They're not wage anymore But I'm able to get things a little more personal than back when I would just grab grab grab anything that they might like. Okay because then the things that they might like would come into my house and make our house harder to manage okay. So it's kind of a win win even though they're not getting as much stuff. They're getting a little more like okay. This is what they're into this actual moment so we we have my sixteen year old home. Goodness you guys. Teenagers are really fun and they really are. I love them like it's so much fun but who anything you thought you were getting away with when they were little. Oh it's GonNa come back okay and one of the things that my sixteen year old brings up all the time he's like. How did you convince me to ask for a tool set for Christmas? How did you convince me that I wanted a tool set for Christmas and I was like because I found it on sale? That's why I did it now. That's what I had to do when the kids were little because we didn't have a whole lot of money but So there's nothing wrong with that but what I'm saying is it's kind of Nice nail to be able to wait now. It's hard now because we do have more money than my than we did when my kids were little so I. WanNa make sure that I'm not acting like oh just spend more money. It's no big deal but at the same time even back. When I was shopping for sales I was going against my GRANDPA's which was always. It's not actually a great deal if you don't actually need it. Do you see what I'm saying? My husband just walked through the room everybody. He waved. Okay soon now. This gets awkward. Okay anyway so But but it's not it's not actually saving money because even though yes. I only spent ten dollars for what I might have. If I'd paid full price I might have spent four hundred dollars for a whole bunch of stuff and I didn't actually need it so I would've saved even more money if I would have only gotten what I need whatever. So how do you go about doing that? Well the container concept okay first of all. Try to just shop for what you need. Which is really hard and I know. That's difficult to say But it it comes down to the Container Concept K. The container concept is. This is the amount of space that I have in my home to store toys. That are going to be given to my kids over the course of a year for their birthday for Christmas whatever. This is the amount of space that I have. That is your determining factor on how much you buy versus how much you can get for one hundred dollars make sense so ultimately you know that amount of space. This is the space we have which means you go. Look at that space before you go. Hit that seventy five percent off sale. You don't go to this or if you get to the seventy five percent off sale and you realize that you didn't look then You know maybe you run home and look at it or you ask somebody who's allowed to look at that space to take a picture of it or something and send it to you and say so you can have visual realistic understanding. Of How much space do I have to store these things ahead of time because it is great? I mean it's a great way to make your life easier and save money and Blah Blah Blah to go ahead and pre by while things are on sale. However if you're struggling with clutter. It's likely that you're overdoing that okay. Which is what this email is about. So I understand that. It's just all comes down to that container concept. This is the amount of space that we have to do that. And maybe if you can't resist the sales to realize okay because I know my kids had way too many toys. I mean it. All kind of went together back when I was shopping at garage sales and couldn't believe that I was getting this fifty dollar toy for two dollars and so I was buying twenty of those fifty dollars toys for two dollars. Each my kids at the same time had so many toys that are play room was literally knee deep and couldn't even be played in and their rooms were complete disasters and so all that stuff kind of went together for us. Was this meat overbuying. Because I was putting myself in situations where I was finding all these amazing deals on toys and so I was stocking up on toys and their spaces were disasters and we couldn't keep that under control and it was very hard for me to stay under our clutter threshold under the amount of stuff that we personally could keep under control easily and that being unique to each child of what they personally could keep under control easily. All that went together at the same time me over buying them having more than they could handle. Jerem saying okay so The other thing too is to go ahead and declutter right. Now if you're listening to this in real time and April twenty twenty. It was March earlier because I might have. Who knows anyway? But if you're listening to real time you can't go to these sales anyway although you can do them online but you know what I mean And your decluttering instead. Go ahead and declutter declutter their toy area. And be honest with yourself as you declutter. Be Realistic about the money that you spent on this even though it was a great deal. And what did it didn't get get used because that for me personally was the very best way for me to get over. Spending money on sale items was decluttering and realizing. Oh yeah that was two dollars wasted. That was fifty cents wasted and it made our home harder to live in and gave my kids more than they could handle. Who which was my fault and and with that I started to change my mindset in go maybe instead of ten toys for one hundred dollars. Maybe it's actually better for me to have to toys for that hundred dollars that I was going to spend anyway or even best to toys for twenty dollars so the decluttering will help to change your mindset So it all comes down to the container concept comes down to clutter threshold and realizing realizing your clutter threshold by doing the decluttering and acknowledging which things you thought were going to be great and weren't and that's going to change how you look at things even when there are a great deal you're gonna see things differently because you've declared so much stuff in your house. Okay let's see. Here's another question. Do you have any questions you use for new stuff? That has just come into the house to decide whether it should stay. She doesn't mean intentional. Purchases but like for example empty kitchen roles for craft. I think that's paper towel rolls Or a pretty shaped box that something came in or nice wrapping paper. That could be reused. Both of her children left a craft but only intermittently but they both loved the idea of it and so they always want to keep stuff like that and she says I kind of do too because it's useful school projects CETERA. Do come up. Is it a container concept thing and the answer to that is yes okay. We're done no but yes it ultimately has to be a container concept thing meaning you know designated space for craft projects and then as things come in they go in there and when it's a designated space it will trigger in your brain that it's completely full or almost completely full of empty paper. Towel Rolls. Okay or you know pretty boxes or something like that and win..

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'Are we all going to die?' We answer kids' questions!

Coronacast

06:54 min | 1 year ago

'Are we all going to die?' We answer kids' questions!

"We heard there were lots of kids who had questions about crew Navarre's so we asked you to send them in and hundreds of you did. This episode is for them. Sorry if you have a little one in your life together have a listen and hopefully this will make things a little clearer. We're GonNa try and answer as many as we can today so let's get started. High analysts said that an Foia Zolt analysis can know what that the crying advised? Look like recurrent viruses is so tiny that you can't see it without a special microscope but if you look at it through that microscope it looks like a little bowl with spunky things will petrels coming out of it and the first scientists who looked at these viruses thought that they looked a bit like the outside layer of the sun which is cold. It's Khurana so in another language code. Latin Corona means crown. So if you look at the picture for this podcast you can get an idea of. What the corona virus might look if it was big enough to see it's like a spiky bowl hike earner cost my name is Quincy and. I am from Adelaide. My question is how do they test people for Corona virus? And how do they keep the people who are testing from getting it by two really good questions? Quincy how they do. Is they poodles swap out into knows that goes right down to the back of your throat as well. Because you news connects with your throat. And the swirl around a little bit to pick up secretions and then the test. Those secretions looking for the virus. Actually don't for the virus itself they actually look for the genes the genetic code on the virus they multiplied and if they find the genetic code for the virus they say that you're in fainted and how they keep people testing from getting the virus. They wear what's called personal protective equipment? So the they're waiting. Full gear gowns covering them masks and sometimes goggles and gloves. So that they don't get infected so the protect the people from getting the infection. Hi I'm rocket nine eleven. I'm from Ballantyne New South Wales and my question is why the neighbor was the corona of ours. And how do I know what's true and what's not people are worried? And sometimes when people are worried they share information trying to be helpful. But it's not always true and also there sometimes people out there who share fake stuff on purpose because they're trying to cause trouble and so the best way to figure out what's true and what's not is to figure out what sources you can trust and just into will raid them. The best sources are going to be based on what scientists are telling us through the research that they're doing so the best thing for you to do as a kid talk to. Your parents will talk to adults you trust and work out with them how to figure out what sources seem trustworthy and follow those. Hi I'm Lisa. I'm eight years old and I'd like to know how to scientists come up with vaccines for new viruses like curve in Nineteen Gordon. I was really frightened coming into this one. Teagan we get questions and sure enough. We are great question Lee. So maybe for everybody out just explain what. A vaccine is a vaccine fines. Apart of a germ that you can inject into people safe late. So they don't get the disease and that it stimulates your immune system which is a bit like an army and it stimulates this army to fight the infection when it comes in so the army remembers the infection from the vaccine and the army is ready to go and should the infection. Come in Jerem coming after that. The army marches to attack it and get rid of it now. The trouble with viruses is that it's it's hard sometimes to develop a vaccine which is safe which doesn't give you the infection itself. So what they do for covered nineteen whether recovered nineteen is finding different ways to marshal the army to get the army to remember the covered. Nineteen so this remembers covered nineteen so when it sees covered nineteen it goes and attacks and fires all the guns at it in a way that is safe so you're not going to get the infection so one way they're doing it in. Australia is find a little bit of the virus and hold it down as if they're holding it down with a set of tweezers. We're talking about things that are so small You'd need very special microscopes to see it and the hold it down and then the train the army against that little bit of the virus hoping that that little bit of the is enough to for the army to recognize the rest of it and the the general vaccine to that little bit of the S- called RN e in the viruses run former material. Another vaccine that they're developing overseas in Boston actually gets one of the messengers that takes messages cell from one part of the cell to the other to tell the army to generate an immune response and they're generating vaccine which puts in a messenger into the cells to tell the cells to generate an an immune response to covered nineteen virus when it comes in and they're all sorts of technologies like that which are really new technologies that have never been developed before really exciting and one or two of them are probably. GonNa turn up with a really good vaccine from brisk this. Why can't we have taught me to lenny? Everyone's doing the very best. They can to stop spreading germs. So as few people get sick as possible so we know that one of the why this virus spreads is through touching people who have it and sometimes people can be seen and not know it yet. So if you're living in the same house of someone and not seek its. Arcada have hugs with him. But if you're not living in the same house as someone that's why maybe just taking a break from having hugs with them for the moment. The good news is that this won't last forever. Scientists are working really hot to find a way to protect people from corona virus. And once they do. We can get back to hugging friends again. Hi I'm abby and I'm nine I have asked my like many other kids and I've heard deflategate current a virus when you have asthma. Your symptoms can be worth wise that abby. Good question to three things. I'll say so your age ten not to get very severe disease from from covered nineteen thousand. Don't tell you don't tend to get very sick. Says the first reassuring thing you can pass onto other people. So that's why we're trying to isolate everybody but you tend not to get to seek. So that's a that's good news and it's also good news for your Asmaa because if you're not going to get to seek in your asked me makes it a little bit. Worse is only a little bit worse off. You know a mild illness. Oh you wouldn't be too worried. I think older people. I'm talking about people at your grandparents age. They're more risk and if they've got severe asthma real problem for them but for everybody with asthma. You just gotta get your small under really good control now and I and I don't know what you're on but you people are sometimes on a blue puffer to help them before the take some exercise and there's sometimes on a brown kind of power which settles down the inflammation in your lungs. If you're taking too much of the blue puffer and you're using the blue puffer a lot during the day that's a sign

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Mass measles vaccination campaign begins in Ebola-hit DR Congo province

UN News

01:43 min | 1 year ago

Mass measles vaccination campaign begins in Ebola-hit DR Congo province

"Workers have started a massive measles vaccination campaign in northeast Democratic Republic of the Congo or D._r._c. a region. That's in the grip of the second deadliest Ebola virus outbreak on record U.. N. Children's fund UNICEF said on Thursday that it aims to inoculate sixty seven thousand children in Ituri province that just a small fraction of the four hundred thousand people displaced by an upsurge in communal violence and clashes between government forces and non-state. Date armed groups in the resource-rich area according to UNICEF nearly two thousand people have died from measles across D._R._C. So far this year more than two thirds of them children under five tackling the measles outbreak is complicated by the fact that it symptoms fever redness around the eyes and diarrhea are similar to those displayed by Ebola patients. Here's UNICEF health specialist Jerem PFAFF men speaking from D._R._C. of course they believe is making everything more complex and I think that's the purpose of putting. Coaching or these additional measures in place but I would not underestimate the knowledge of the communities that starts to be more and more commission and understand what is the complexity of able. I'm measles is a disease that they are very well aware of and they were looking for and asking for the measles campaign so we have very good responses from the mothers bringing their children for these campaigns today the latest Ebola outbreak affecting cheery and neighboring North T._v. province. Has Killed One thousand six hundred forty six people since it began last August while six hundred eighty three people have recovered latest health data from D._R._C. Point to around one hundred fifteen thousand cases of suspected measles in the country far more than the sixty five thousand thousand tally last year

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"jerem" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"jerem" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

"Although I do know that is a big motivator for a lot of people Jerem I'll give you the steps and I don't know we may be nearing the end but let me just leave awesome steps on what it looks like. Thank you in our company so one I have a spiel and it starts off with the only thing that that you can earn at this company as an opportunity and let me be very very clear your butt in that Bazzi means you already have one because the role that you currently occupies an opportunity for a a list of people who aren't inside of these walls so never forget that what you're doing now is an oppor tin and you can't get the next opportunity without doing the following things step one be ridiculously good at your job. Even if you don't like it that's it. That's how you know that you're a professional yeah. Be ridiculously good at your job even if you don't like it step to document the systems and processes that allow you to be ridiculously good at your job step three train someone else grab a buddy see if they can do your job a two eighty percent of your competence following those documents in systems if so good chance that you've done a good job documenting if not go back through again until they can step four wait wait for an opportunity to present itself see alignment is such a big thing in our company just because you're ready and you earned opportunity doesn't mean that the company should expedite opportunity we take the social responsibility of hiring very seriously when I'm hiring someone I'm I'm taking them and I'm committing to them and their family and the people who love them and the people that care about them as long as they do what they say they're gonNA do. We're going to do what we say. We were. If I don't know beyond the shadow of a doubt that I do that I can't hire because if you hire him you're gonNA look in the face and firemen that comes to that that's just it right but those are the so if I opened up an opportunity early 'cause I like you. I put everybody else's job at risk so you earned the opportunity and you know what sometimes you wait and sometimes you wait and the opportunity becomes available inside this company sometime you wait. The opportunity becomes available outside of this company and you know what if you have to take it will wish you all the luck in the world. If we can't in good conscience give you that opportunity right now without jeopardising everyone else can do it or without changing the plan or the focus of the company's trajectory can do it didn't earn it and I end with. I need you to separate yourself worth from your salary. Is You know what I will never be paid what I'm worth. There's never a time where I will be paid from work. There's never time a Ryan will be paid was worth never time role. It'll be what he's worth or Perry or anyone what else for that matter worse than what you paid have to be separated because one is determined by the market and the other is determined by you only thing you can ever earn here as opportunity. That's how you are man. You're growing. You're you're educating people for Life Right. There like those four rules right there can be spread so far and wide you know anywhere in life. It's amazing. Thank you for those. That's perfect in pretty good way to wrap up there. We did want to ask you and just in this could be a total quick quick. One is the vision or the mission for D._M.. Digital Marketer because he kinda hinted at that as wanted to kind of wrap it up and hear from you. What is the vision for digital marketer leaving the next handful years coming up here so our mission is to double the size of ten thousand businesses in the next five years? That's that's our vision we want to do that by open. Sourcing Strategies Energies <unk> that we've proven that work <hes> you know by <hes> by enabling business owners or dentists or whoever you may be with the marketing chops to go and do what needs to be done unsee. We believe that the best dentist should win not the best marketer marketing. So how do we do that like I don't want our dentists to be amazing marketers..

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"jerem" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"jerem" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Region. Congressman John jerem Mendy says that includes funding to upgrade levies that protect the capital city as well as a hundred and fifty million dollars to finish the Folsom reservoir improvements, damn improvements spillway improvements in the white. Congressman Gary Andy, Cole's withholding FEMA funds to build a border wall. A clear abuse of the president's power beyond that, the moral implications of putting at risk Californians. So that he could build a border wall that is highly questionable as to its effectiveness is just wrong. It is immoral. It's irresponsible and opposite. What any rational press? President would be doing Mendez questioning whether Trump even has the legal authority to do it. Kitty. All right, Joe. Thank you. And that's your poll question today. Would you be okay with diverting federal funds to our area for a border wall? As the president had suggested, that's a K dot com. The afternoon news with kitty O'Neil, California. Governor Gavin Newsom first budget proposal is receiving praise from those closely watching the states education system. Governor Newsom is promising more than eighty billion dollars for education three billion of that would go towards stars helping to relieve many districts currently facing tight budgets and funding shortages, it's a huge win for the governor in terms of showing that he's listening to schools president of the capital advisors group. Kevin Gordon says this budget is better at addressing the usual issues. We get that give us a modest increase, but the number of expenses, they load into the same budget, actually outstrips the new money, Gordon says this version applies modest increases and investments in early education. Investments that are in early education clearly are meant to pay. Off later in the students that enter the K twelve system needs. Some also proposed over five hundred seventy million more for special education, Casimiro hall, NewsRadio cave. And let's get a check now of our traffic troubled spot from Dana has a lot of people. I think heading through the area right now. Eastbound eighty very heavy.

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"jerem" Discussed on World News Analysis

World News Analysis

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"jerem" Discussed on World News Analysis

"Jerem Howell says there could be three more rate increases in twenty nineteen while most fat members. Most officials was the US central Bank. Expect to increases. What is your projection depends on the performance of the US economy in the forthcoming? Mommy, particularly the fourth quarter, and I up. Fourth quarter of twenty eighteen and also the first one or second quarter in nineteen. If the economy continue to in to grow strongly say Bill two point five fifteen and the industry the inflation rate continue to rise. I in the federal with would impose the increases of two to three times. But if this is something they say the fourth quarter and the last of this year and the first quarter next year, they stopped in the economy slowdown in there will be some sort of a second sort by the the no to you know, haste and increase of the interest rates thing slowdown, the increased or maybe the juice the frequency of increases in the interest rate that the moment I seen mister power is predicting the US economy continue to be shown in in in the high glows s. S Nikkei's down in the first quarter option teen, this may be could be optimistic in my view. I don't think the US economy can be able to mention the high growth momentum in the coming, you know, quotas. So maybe mister power just in the most optimal scenario of the Kami and the most optimist Denali of interest rate noises, butting Lear, this could be adjusted. Professor, david. What is your prediction over the overall performance of the US Connie say in two thousand nineteen? It still remains strong. But obviously there's going to be both geo political as well as underlying risk factors with with increase borrowing costs with with the recent hike and the expected ones as you said, the consensus really to to to more rate hikes known forward in my opinion. I I actually think that that's gonna probably go down to one rate hike. And if basically it's it's here's here's our target. But let's wait and see in how me performs and we'll just as needed. And but there's obviously very still very optimistic optimistic overall about the economy, and hopefully it will continue to. Y'all shifting gears a little bit here..

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"jerem" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"jerem" Discussed on Here & Now

"From NPR and WB you are Dowd, I'm Jeremy Hobson. It's here now and FYI Peter. I am broadcasting today from w. f. y. in Indianapolis, Indiana. This is part of our election road trip, and we've gotten a lot more of that coming right up. But of course we're following hurricane Florence, which may have lost wind speed, but it's actually grown larger as it spins toward the Carolina coast Brock long, the chief of FEMA, the Federal Emergency Management administration reiterated. The danger this morning, please do not let your guard down the storm surge forecast associated with this storm has not changed. It has remained the same. We are asking citizens to please heed a warning your time is running out NPR national correspondent. Greg Allen is in Wilmington North Carolina. He is with us. Now, Greg, we were talking with you yesterday. You said there were a lot of people leaving town, but some staying. What about now? Well, it is very quiet here in Wilmington jerem. If you walk around town, every single businesses closed. Except with the possible with one exception, which is waffle house. Last time I was up there still serving and hotels rope, and but there are five shelters in town there nearly all full people have gotten out of their houses in areas that that they felt weren't safe. Many people took buses to Raleigh. There's a number of shelters and Raleigh that are nearing nearing capacity as well. Yesterday we went down to Carolina beach. My producer. We saw that's under mandatory evacuation zone. It was nearly everything was boarded up an empty. We did find some people in the beach who said they were staying. We saw surfer who's out there and others who are enjoying the, the weather was sunny. It's not so sunny today and very windy. They're going to be closing the bridge there. Soon of some people, we talked to remembered Hurricane Fran in ninety six, which costs of your damage, and and they said there they're leaving. So it's it's people are taking this very seriously. You're still at a very nervous and you're already starting to see some of the storm's outer bands, hit the coast there, where might it first make landfall?.

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"jerem" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"jerem" Discussed on WTVN

"Next morning, and I got to go down to ground zero. So I'm driving down there. I'm on a beat you in Brooklyn, queens expressway, and I'm going. Toys. Guess what the bridges are closed, and I saw a car going over the bridge. With two wins behind it. I said I'm going to give it a shot, and I drove between the cones and they went on a bridge. I want to get over to the other side. Nobody knows nobody was dead. Everything that gray. And I went over to the house watch at fifty five engine. I told him I'm going down to ground zero. And I said, well, good luck. Good luck combat. Anyway, the police department. They don't wind up on a perimeter all around Brown jerem. I gotta get in, you know, and I showed him my badge. They let me and and then the guy said to me, good luck. So went down about a block or two. And then I see the national God parameter also. And they said we don't care that you appointment, but you're not getting in so fast. And I talked my way in. Hi, I was at that perimeter. I don't know how anyone could have talked them selves through that line. How did you do it? I told a little I told him. I I missed a rig and he's gonna get in trouble. If I didn't get in and they bought it. Wow. Wow. Okay. So you're so you're there you snuck across the bridge on Yahoo. Then you you you sneak across the barrier with national guard. Right. And then what happens, and then I came into ground zero..

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"jerem" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"jerem" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Up the next morning, and I got to go down to ground zero. So I'm driving down there. I'm on be the Brooklyn queens expressway. And I'm going. Toys. Bridge. Guess what the bridges are closed, and I saw a car going over the bridge. With two wins behind it. I said I'm going to give it a shot, and I drove between the cones, and they went on a bridge over to the other side doing nobody knows nobody was dead. Everything was grey. And I went over to the house watch at fifty five engine. I told him I'm going down to ground zero. And they said, well, good luck. All right. Good luck about. Anyway, the police department. They don't wind up on a perimeter all around Brown jerem. I said I gotta get into you know, and I showed him my badge. They let me and and then the guy said to me, good luck. So I went down about a block or two. And then I see the national guard. They wanna perimeter also. And they said we don't care that you appointment, but you're not getting in so fast. And I talked my way in. I was at that perimeter. I don't know how anyone could have talked them selves through that line. How did you do it? I told a little I told them. I I missed a rig and going to get in trouble. If I didn't get in and bought it. Wow. Wow. Okay. So you're so you're there you snuck across the bridge on Yahoo. Then you you you cynic across the barrier with national guard. Right. And then what happens, and then I came into ground zero. And I tell you what way was.

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"jerem" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"jerem" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Up the next morning, and I got to go down to ground zero. So I'm driving down there. I'm on a beach in Brooklyn queens expressway, and I'm going to us. Bridge. Guess what the bridge is closed. And I saw the cops car going over the bridge with two bands behind it. I said I'm going to give it a shot, and I drove between the cones and they went on a bridge. I got over to the other side. Nobody knows nobody was dead. Everything was grey. And I went over to the house watch at twenty five engine. I told him I'm going down to ground zero. And they said, well, good luck. All right. Good luck about anyway, the police department, they don't wind up on a perimeter all around Brown jerem. I gotta get into you know, and I showed him my badge. And they let me and and then the guy said to me, good luck. So went down about a block or two, and then I see the national guard perimeter also. And they said we don't care that you apply climbing, but you're not getting in. So I had to think fast, and I talked my way in Iowa. You know, I was at that perimeter. I don't know how anyone could have talked them selves through that line. How did you do it? I told a little Feb, Dev, I told them I missed a rig and always gonna get in trouble. If I didn't get in and they bought it. Wow. Wow. Okay. So you're so you're there you snuck across the bridge. Then you you you sneak across the barrier with national guard, and then what happens, and then I came into ground zero. And I tell you what way.

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"jerem" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"jerem" Discussed on KTOK

"Got to go down to ground zero. So I'm driving down. I'm on a beat you wait in Brooklyn queens expressway. And I'm going. Toys. Bridge. Guess what? The bridge is closed. And I saw a cop car going over the bridge. With two bands behind it. I said I'm going to give it a shot, and I drove between the cones and they went on a bridge. I want to go over to the other side. Nobody knows nobody was dead. Everything was grey. And I went over to the house watch at fifty five engine. I told him I'm going down to ground zero. And they said, well, good luck. Hi, joe. Good luck. Anyway, the police department. Don't wind up on a perimeter all around Brown jerem. I said I gotta get into you know, and I feel it in my bed day. Let me and and then the guy said to me, good luck. So I went down about a block it to. And then I see the national guard parameter also. We don't care that you. You're not getting in. So I had to think fast, and I talked my way in Iowa. I was at that perimeter. I don't know how anyone could have talked them selves through that line. How did you do it? I told a little Feb, Dev, I told them I missed a rig and always gonna get in trouble. If I didn't get in and they bought it. Wow. Wow. Okay. So you're so you're there you snuck across the bridge on island. Then you you you sneak across the barrier with national guard. Right. And then what happens, and then I came back into ground zero. And I tell you what.

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"jerem" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"jerem" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Oh, Jaren Williams people. You know, jerem Williams's. Who's that? Jerry one hundred thirty. Seven number forty, two Saturday back freshman quarterback. Which might be the answer to where's this great quarterback that quarterback guru Mark richt is supposed to be recruiting. He's not ready by what Mark richt says in terms of knowing the offense. He's not comfortable enough, thrown Williams out there and we saw with LSU's pass, rush on our inability to block them even though rosier was terrible and the same leak rosier you saw over the last month of the season, you don't wanna put a true, freshman NAT situation. It became pretty obvious why Melik rosier was there in cozy. Perry was not an option because in cozy, Perry was suspended and cozy Perry, not a thing. Let's up talking about it. He's not the future of this program. He had every opportunity to do little things and big things in camp. Can't do. It. Can't be trusted. We're on the Darren Williams in Costa Perry, probably going to transfer we, we all felt for it. We all wanted in cozy Perry to be the guy. He's not the guy clearly can't be trusted well, then maybe from what I hear about, well. Them. It's got a bit of an attitude that his teammates actually respond to. They like his fiery leadership. He's going to turn the ball over. He gets out there, but I don't think he's a kind of stud star quarterback. So the suds are quarterback is probably Gerald Williams. He doesn't know the offense yet. I don't care if he knows five plays throw them out there for the five plays. He does know against the van state. Let's see something he can play them in up to four games with the new redshirt rules. Let's see if we got a guy. Heisman candidate grow these guys off the bandwagon, then I don't know what's going on with him all of a sudden or serious. I'm telling you right now, and I told them before and you miss this. Dan, the arrests were cheating all game long. All game long. They kicked on number two, the I'm going to catch you up. They kicked on number two, the best player defense. Obviously, then that was going to be a touchdown. They gotta feel a lot of it. That's ten points right there. Seven points for the u. three points for LSU. That's a ten point difference. Then what about the other play that fumble that they recovered that they ran back for a touchdown? Do you remember that play do? And then another replay, the replay exists. Only the screw that you on telling you right now screw there. You is what they said when they pitched the replay review in college and Yup, Yup. Yup. Yup. Yup. Yup. Because everybody needs to you, everybody knows it. So what? What's that that seven but seven but three is like sixteen or seventeen points right there that you had. So instead of a thirty three to what was the score thirty thirty three to seventeen game. I get no tie game, not get any type game. The game should have been thirty one to sixteen if it wasn't for those two, three plays by the rest. And I'm sure there's another seven in there somewhere. If I go looking for something that they did, oh people, you forgot the punt sequence in the second half when you tried it, I didn't forget that. You told them though the LSU LSU punter flops deep within his own end zone. There was a holding call earlier in the game that might have occurred in the end zone the face the right that they're not calling. Okay. So the punter flops gets another crack at at the punt in his own endzone and then a Miami player comes charging in block. The punt jump straight up in the air gets up, ended fifteen yards on Miami. I don't. Understand that role. And now that we're on the subject of funding the the rule is you can't somersault over. Yeah, but he didn't. He jumps straight up in the air and he got up ended ver. Okay. Like he can't. He can't control his body weather. Some. Let's. The guy did. Of course you're going never do what the guy does. That's the rule you did..

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"jerem" Discussed on GSMC Technology Podcast

GSMC Technology Podcast

04:19 min | 3 years ago

"jerem" Discussed on GSMC Technology Podcast

"Work as isn't as clear but the ceo for face for instagram that's kevin seis jerem did come out and say to to recode dot com that this is an very straightforward argument they quoted instead teens are watching less tv with their watching more video and instagram than ever before and videos often coming from creators term used for popular youtube stars from revise stars in light which is true i do agree with that very true but youtube is youtube still for a reason is not defunct people watch longer videos on youtube because their vertical no no because they're on a tv usually on a computer screen on youtube app where you can turn the phone sideways and watch it like a normal tv screen horizontally and it's just it's a different people like to do they compartmentalize kids teenagers compartmentalize how they consume things we twitter for texts things for reading certain quick little quips and talking to each other or whatever you wanna do comedy on people's posts and some of that instagram is for pictures and small short videos up to i think the longest video soon instagram is a minute long maybe a minute and a half long video and it's scream that loop and you're seeing creators creating videos those guys from the guys from vine early he's vine we haven't gone off youtube yet youtube still has a lot of creators on that site as well and they pay him a lot of money they pull making it's crazy how much money people make non youtube it's ridiculous but i don't understand why he thinks oh they're already watching so many videos on here that are a minute long from creators that they're going to watch on youtube yet because those creators go on youtube and actually upload real videos that are longer and are optimized to be watched on a sixteen by nine screen that youtube gives you whether you're watching an ipad iphone android phone laptop doesn't matter you're gonna get it on youtube forty has already done we're not once youtube dies in thin instagram aren't making videos or making tv shows i guess what they're trying to do you know what i mean so youtube youtube tv just got live tv they aren't even like oh we'll go to the creator's we'll we're gonna start financing creators are making like weekly tv shows while they do that already but they're they're shows they don't try and don't try and put them beleza number caps on them it's like oh we want we want to give you a actual studio show no we're good we have a following that we have millions of subscribers because they like watching us talk to us in our tv i mean in our bedrooms because the difference between regular tv obviously in filmed and edited in pre production post direction as actors all this stuff on it versus youtube video especially a low budget youtube video even some of the most subscribed people on youtube have very very barebones productions because they don't need to they've been doing forever they had the following that's what people like it's connectability it's just like my brother or sister or best friend sitting it's bedroom talking to me it's about relation relating to something is you're not bigger than me i'm a bigger than you were on the same level here even though they probably are building them become fans obviously i've become the and yes some of the bigger youtubers become oh their own brands and their own mike and everything obviously some of them were more talented than others you saw people like choice yvonne who started on youtube and also has a great musical talent now he's a multi top top charts on the with music and everything i mean he's coming album's coming out selling much records so you got that i mean that's one of the main examples but there's also people who are turning to charitable avenues we're using it for for bigger for bigger and better things versus also putting on their on their youtube channels making the same videos they would anyways been looking only the closest thing i think to tell actual television show as week to week on youtube is google ethical morning with in link on youtube go look at that look at that if you evan subscribed to them or gone check out their channel gm michael good mythical morning with them and it's basically a.

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"jerem" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"jerem" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Yeah since we invest outside our portfolio and i'm thinking about that it's personal to me you know relationship i have with the business that we personal i wanna know who you are you know and when you when you purchase the stock on a trading platform you don't think of it that way it's a transaction well i see the day when wall street as it's currently structured will not no longer be there i don't know if in my lifetime but i don't see how well put this way that the trading direction wall street has gone in has been a definitely a negative at a different negative impact on capitalism as you as you and i think about capitalism and i don't think it's unnatural it's not it's not authentic and it it doesn't serve anyone who doesn't make anything and i i don't think i think that something the other things will supplant it and i think i think that capital formation will become we'll revert to be more organic i sure hope so why not work what why wouldn't i mean what you're doing is is pure and authentic why wouldn't that be why wouldn't that be from natural law standpoint why wouldn't that be the right thing to do well it sure is for me you know i sold my i had a consulting business i'm very large consulting business and i sold it in two thousand eight because i just felt like i can't do this anymore you not built a business better right you know i sold that business because i was miserable i i was i was wasn't making the world better i was just making and i was like i can't do this i can't do this for another day right i founded what's now share on purpose with a singular goal of making the world better with the website terry jerem.

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"jerem" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"jerem" Discussed on KOMO

"Going to be a beauty right out of the gate son coming up just after six o'clock at it is going to go to town we're going to see tempts today back into the mid seventies still kind of that perfect porject goldilocks weather out there not too hot not to cool hit not just right zone from us to puget sound with a lot of sunshine for our tuesday getting close to a record highs already and then just kind of stay input for the next couple of days this little warm wave lasts all the way through thursday heat peaking on thursday with highs close to eighty in the komo weather center i'm meteorologist shannon o'donnell currently we have forty nine degrees with clear skies in downtown seattle komo news time is now four thirty five the man charged with hitting two people in downtown bothell friday night with his car says he did it to get out of work court documents say ally jerem snohomish told officers he had to do something to change his life and get out of a job he hated one of the women hit was seriously hurt the other amy porterfield was treated at the scene i started to cross the street and then i heard the car coming i can hear i could hear the engine revving as he came and i turned just as he his hood hit my leg witnesses say eligible was driving on the wrong side of the road that finally stopped at bothell way northeast and one hundred eighty fifth street northeast where he was arrested according to newly released documents child welfare officials knew the clark county family in an suv that plunged off a california cliff had faced a child abuse investigation in another state as far back as twenty thirteen oregon child protective services obtained records from minnesota before investigating jennifer and sarah hart who adopted six children the agency did not prosecute the family dropping the case after it concluded it could not decide whether abuse had actually occurred komo news time is now four thirty seven dozens of seattle families woke up yesterday to.

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"jerem" Discussed on I Don't Get It

I Don't Get It

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"jerem" Discussed on I Don't Get It

"By princess fashion jerem saying like if he took me to a nice restaurant like i pretended like i i didn't act like bitchy or anything but i just was like thank you didn't act like i was totally impressed like this was supposed to be what it was supposed to be like even though in my head i'm like oh my god this is so tweet of a i've been here before as a little defensive yet but not like it wasn't like an bitchy way it was almost like you know what might have looked like bitch was like leasing insecurity does that make sense totally hey guys take a minute one of our favorite new things if you listened previously to this show you heard us talk about frame bridge they make it super easy and affordable to custom frame your favorite things from art prints to posters to photos on your phone it's super easy on their site here's how it works just go to frame bridge dot com upload your photo from your computer or directly from her instagram feed for them to print or if you have a physical item ticket stubs are prints posters you name it you can send them for free and they'll frame it preview item in any frame choose your favorite and get a free recommendation the bill frame it's super fast it only takes a couple of days and it's super formal their prices are at thirty nine dollars all shipping is free lauren knows that i've personalized every single apartment every room i've ever had so i i love to blow up things poster size or.

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"jerem" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"jerem" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Three yes is common the last oh and congratulations to issue follow shelley beattie who was crowned the twenty fifteen miss national peanut festival antidote and civic center saturday night the first runner up was miss hedlund alex griffin the second runner up was miss weeks berg she'll be birdsong third runner up was miss jackson county jerry hardin and fourth runner up was missed dothan madeleine overby and that's a look at your latest headlines a service of the golden eagle jerem jackson for the radio people all right whether for cats partly cloudy today with a slight chance restrain shower thunderstorm looking at a high of eighty five partly cloudy tonight with a low of sixty five and tomorrow partly cloudy that's right with a sixty percents of at the noon thunder boomers with the high of eighty right now we've got brand new meese love this time the name of the song is west coast from by rhyme scheme.

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