19 Burst results for "Jerry Yang"
Yahoo's Ugly Death
"The name is synonymous with a time when all of our lives were simpler when facebook was an actual books full of students faces computers made weird sounds when the connected to the Internet and downloading a one minute long video can take all night. Eddie tight yet who was one of the four or five most popular websites in the world with billions of views, every month and evaluation well, over one hundred, billion dollars. But as the two thousands turned into twenty tens, the web changed massively and your who was faced with the difficult task of changing with it. Their web portal service model was going out of fashion. We all moved to g mail and Google Search, McCain the front page of the Internet. Despite the fact that ask Jeeves was obviously way better. Many of Yahoo's services remained relatively popular, but they were no longer trendsetting no longer growing and the company's market capitalization dropped to a fraction of what it once was any remnant of the mindshare or what we might refer to as v Cultural. Capital they once held fell off. So to those of us on the outside yeah, who's fall seemed utterly quiet gradual and most of all inevitable but was it really Forget what you think. You know at least for a moment and consider this from the peak of the DOT COM bubble. Some say the beginning of the end for Yahoo to two thousand, eight, their revenue increased tenfold that success was no fluke either as print publishers struggled with the incoming revolution of online advertising, Yahu was very much on top of it. They were positioned Willie enough that when Microsoft attempted to buy the company for forty, five, billion dollars in. Two Thousand and eight CO founder and CEO Jerry Yang swiftly rejected the offer it was over the following few years that things would start to ten at the company transitioned through five different CEOS in just four years, and in the meantime Google took over the Internet. This would seem like the end of the story except in two thousand and twelve yen made arguably the most significant tire in its history and new CEO who could finally get things going again. Marissa Mayer. was distant for such a role from the beginning. Some college students have hard time in the job market, but after completing her degree at Stanford, Marissa was offered fourteen different jobs including teaching Gig at Carnegie Mellon One of America's leading engineering schools and consulting role at Mackenzie. Arguably, the world's premier consulting for the Young Maria turned down both those offers to become the twentieth employees at a fledgling startup called Google. At Google, she was star in fact, there's hundred percent chance you've run into her work. She oversaw the design of Google's homepage. You know the one you use probably ten times a day she was also one of the three people behind Google Edwards. It's difficult to overstate the importance of Edwards to the Internet as a whole and to the company itself to give you some sense of it. Though, at one point Edwards provided ninety six percent of Google's entire revenue. In fact, you could argue that Edwards and by proxy Melissa Samaya was at least partly responsible for the fall of. yahoos revenue multiplied tenfold between two thousand and two thousand and eight in no small part because of their online advertising. But he declined even faster when Google they're smaller competitor designed a better wage, you connect advertisers with users based on search results. Edwards. So, by the principle that if you can't beat him, you should join him Yahoo in two thousand and twelve hired Marissa Mayer. It was bald and popular choice. The company's stock rose two percent. The day of the announcement Meyer instantly became an icon for women in an industry dominated by men. Then, she got to work changing the company culture. She opened an online portal for employee complaints a system whereby any office problem given sufficient votes by employees would be automatically investigated by management. She oversaw a personnel shift which brought remote employees back into the company's offices Fortune magazine put her in their forty under forty list and ranked her as the sixteenth most powerful businesswoman on the planet. In short things were finally looking up for Ya. At least from the outside on the inside, however, the really really inside a very different story was about to be reading.
Keith Rabois on the future of innovation in Silicon Valley
"Here with Keith Ribaud. We've just been talking about innovation and where it's coming from. He was saying the future is bright. You see a lot of ideas. Can you give? Me at like, a five minute idea of what that is. What what do you mean? What is what is coming that? You find you find so intriguing. Sure. So couple of areas in healthcare, the use of data to improve outcomes is really starting to happen. Where math actually does very good job correcting for the IRS and mistakes. Humans make and so we're starting to see the FDA actually approve I- technologies and products that use math instead of humans, and that's encouraging positive feedback loop where people are more willing to invest in companies that are going to displace human judgment and make either access more forcible or more diagnostics diagnostics or good example, the treatments a little bit more tricky. We don't do biotech per se. Like, I mean, the actual drugs. We wouldn't do. There is a nice trend of using software instead of pharma, which is interesting because we can produce the same outcome by using a an application to retrain your. Brain in different ways in NAFTA is also blessed that so actually one of the benefits of the Trump administration. Insofar as Arne, I think most people would find that the FDA's been much more little rigorous, but also innovate innovation-friendly. Yeah. That's a lot of people are talking And then then. meeting positive outcomes. I mean, these are real people that need new treatments, and I think the FDA the new FDA very consciously aware that they have to ruthlessly enforce principles firstly. They also should look for new ways of doing things the FDA was way behind Europe or another unusual or being behind Europe. Extremely unusual. The US agency is more heavy handed and more intensively regulating than the equivalent in Europe. And that was probably going on for a while. But it has been corrected in the Trump administration. So that's one of the best areas of the Trump administration. Particularly these be Silicon Valley. All right, so healthcare. What else what other areas for innovation? We've hired some investments in satellites in a rocket companies one. That's ready sort of pretty public is rocket lab, which is producing very low cost rockets that will put satellites into orbit quickly and regularly hanging satellites, right? I've talked to Jerry Yang is also in a bunch of those. Yeah. This one is actually we'll put it into orbit for less than the cost of SpaceX. And the goal is to actually be putting rockets into space as frequently. As we expect airlines to take off if you think about when planes were invented the idea, the planes would be flying every hour everywhere was probably pretty crazy, right? There will be a point probably in your kid's lifetime. Where rockets are taking off just like we expect planes to take off and that will change a lot of things the cost of putting a satellite in orbit in the delay associated clear satellite in orbit handicaps in hampers innovation. And so when people realize that they'll be able to put a dedicated launch into orbit for less than five million dollars, and they can Bank on the predictability of putting that into orbit and replacing it there's going to be a lot of innovation that can be done in space.
"jerry yang" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Hold outs we'll have six months to. Download their chat history and used this AOL instant messenger Yahoo messenger back in the day right this all started by two Stanford students now. Found. This old interview with these two these two Stanford students that started this and just listen to how they. How they almost missed the big one Jerry Yang and David Philo does he had, a lot of fun discovery finding information that's all. About it's fairly unimpressive, as far as the status. As most people think, you stayed with all kinds. Of computer stuff but maybe ten computers that are doing all the work here today we're adding cleaned five hundred thousand five today this rapid expansions catch. You guys by, surprise while you were, at Stanford, what, we certainly never never thought we'd get this Interesting they were, adding five hundred new websites a day in the mid nineties. To to their service sites how do you decide. If one is cool if we find something as reading these really interesting. I think that other people will think very interesting Then we visited. That has what's cool y'all who was to act poured onto the internet at a. Time when it was still just a mess of unorganized websites. And information, at the time there were very few meaningful ways to quickly brass what you wanted, to say the company went public in. One thousand nine hundred six and by nineteen ninety seven they were ranked second in terms of internet traffic behind ALL of. Course in one thousand ninety eight yard who was a price by. Two young, Stanford students then names Larry page and Sergei Brin.
"jerry yang" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Leave us alone if there's a. Natural solution out there and it's gonna do it. For pennies and these doctors have taken the Hippocratic oath to do no harm then they're really failing us. Let's get your let's. Get, Jonathan's views on some of that doctor go ahead yeah well, we're not well I spent ten years at the World? Health Organization in, Geneva a responsible for the? For the pharmaceuticals, department and one of my. Team leaders was woman named Jerry Yang who, was a, joint trained western, and traditional medicine trained person from from China and we we actually did support she so she handled complementary medicine. And so, I I would agree that that there are a number of traditional treatments that. Are, very effective in her well studied the thing that we need, to be, cautious about, is Is extent. To which they're they're safeties been checked so you can pretty much do. You think somethings working or not what you can't tell is whether or not. It is it is slowly eating away at one or another Oregon, and so there's there's one. Particular product that's, common that you can get on thirteen different websites it's a. Risk. The, LOKI a- and. Variations is that but that causes kidney cancer and in countries, where they're using that they're seeing a big. Increase in kidney cancers and it also causes kidney failure so that is where the they're very few traditional medicines there are some and we've, looked at, the literature there's some where. They've been where they've actually. Been regularly following, it and no but but that would be my one caution and I agree with the caller that there there. Are lots of things where where alternates methods are better And I personally believe that if, you can if you can take care of something with with exercise good diet and a. Good night's sleep I'd much rather have that than medicine. And supplementation think that's critical what I would but I, do but I look really carefully and dig down and and learn how to get into see. Whether how they've, studied the safety of that's absolutely true, folks for a lot of people want that kind of information you, can go to critical health news dot com, as well where do we get. The book the end of epidemics Jonathan well.
"jerry yang" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Out there going to do it for penny And he's doctors and taken the Hippocratic oath to. Do no harm then, they're really failing us let's. Get your let's get Jonathan's views on some of that doctor go ahead yeah well when I spent ten. Years, at the World Health Organization in Geneva a responsible, for the for the pharmaceuticals department and one. Of my team leaders, was a woman named Jerry Yang who was a joint train western and traditional medicine trained person from from, China and, we we, actually, did support she. So she handled a couple of medicine. And so I I would agree. That that there are. A number, of the traditional treatments that are very effective in her well studied. The thing that we. Need, to be cautious about is is the extent to which they're, they're, safeties been check so you can pretty much tell what you think somethings working or. Not what you can't tell is whether or not it is it is Slowly eating away at one or another Oregon and so there's there's one particular product it's common that you can get on thirteen different websites it's original LOKI, and variations of that but. That causes kidney, cancer and in countries where they're using that they're seeing a. Big. Increase, in kidney cancers and it also causes kidney failure so that is, where the very few traditional medicines there are, some we've looked at the literature somewhere where they've been where they've actually been regularly following it and no but that would be my one caution, and I, agree with the caller that. There there are lots of things where. Where alternates methods, are better and I personally believe that if you can if you can take care of something with with exercise good. Diet and a good night's sleep I'd much rather have that than medicine and supplementation I, think that's critical just what I would but I do I but I look very carefully and. Dig down and and learn how to get into see. What holidays Studied the safety of it that's absolutely true. Folks for a. Lot of people want that kind of information you can go to critical health news dot com as, well what do we get the book..
"jerry yang" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Can we how can we, expect them they teach us and so they're. Not educated and that's in a one quick thing here, you know, anti coconut oil rich and Laurich acid antiviral Don toxics, get for Siro disorders a. Lot of, research on editors even potent extracts I mean there there's literally. Two hundred things, and I. And I think it's really a disservice I I'm trying to get away from the politics because I'm like you George we just we I just wanna stay happy and healthy and people leave us alone if there's, a natural solution, out there that's gonna do. It for pennies and these doctors have taken the Hippocratic oath do no harm then they're really failing us. All right let's get. Let's, get Jonathan's views on some of that Dr go ahead. Yeah well when I spent ten years at the World? Health Organization in, Geneva a responsible for the? For the pharmaceuticals, department and one of my. Team leaders was a woman named Jerry Yang, who was, a joint trained, western and traditional medicine. Trained person from from China and we we actually did support she so, she a complementary. Medicine and so I I would agree that that there are a number of traditional treatments that. Are, very effective in her well studied the thing that we need, to be, cautious about, is Is the extent. To which they're they're safeties been check so you can pretty much. Tell whether you think somethings working on what you can't tell is whether. Or not it is it is slowly eating away at one, or another Oregon and so. There's there's, one particular. Product that's common that you can get on. Thirteen. Different websites. It's. Orissa, LOKI and variations is at but that causes kidney cancer and in, countries where they're using that they're seeing a, big increase in kidney cancers and it also causes kidney failure so that is where the they're very few traditional medicines there are some and we've, looked at, the literature some where they've. Been where they've actually been. Regularly following it, and no but but that would be my one caution and I I agree with the caller that there there. Are lots of things where where alternates methods are better And I personally believe, that, if you can if. You can take care of something with with, exercise good diet and a good night's sleep I'd, much rather have that than medicine and supplementation I think that's critical but I would but I do but I look really carefully and dig down. And and learn how to get into see whether how, they've studied the safety of it that's absolutely true folks for a lot of people want that. Kind of information you can go to, critical health news dot com as well where do we get the, book the end of epidemics Jonathan well.
"jerry yang" Discussed on WRVA
"If there's a natural solution out there and it's gonna do it for. Pennies and these doctors and taken the Hippocratic Oh to do. No harm then they're really failing us Let's. Get let's. Get, Jonathan's views on some, of that doctor go ahead Yeah, well when I spent ten years at the, World Health Organization in Geneva a responsible for the for the pharmaceuticals department and one of my team leaders was a woman named Jerry Yang who, was a, joint trained western and traditional. Medicine trained person from from. China and we, we actually did support she so she handled complementary medicine and so I I would agree that there are. A number of traditional treatments that are very effective and they're well studied the thing that, we need to be, cautious about is is the extent to which they're they're safeties been checked so you can pretty much tell whether you think. Somethings working on what you can't tell is whether or, not it is it is slowly eating, away at, one or another Oregon and so there's there's one. Particular product That's common that you can, get on thirteen different, websites it's a risk the low a- and variations is at but that causes kidney cancer and in countries, where. They're, using that they're seeing a big increase in kidney cancers and it, also causes kidney failure so that is where, the they're very few traditional medicines there are some and we've looked at the literature there's some where they've been where they've actually been regularly following. It and, no but but that would. Be my one caution and. I agree with, the caller that there are lots of things where where alternative methods are better and I personally believe that. If you can if you can.
"jerry yang" Discussed on Converge with Casey Newton
"Action it's under twenty million people so it's hard to really build a multibillion dollar business in stray leah does not much of a tech industry or at least at that time and so if you want to go and be where the action is it's really in the us right zero sort of attracted to the like hard charging entrepreneurial american up spirits i love it i read that you grew up wanting to be yahoo ceo jerry yang is that yeah have you ever told jerry yang man in fact i've told him multiple i've told multiple people who event also told him what what was it about jerry yang or maybe yahoo at the time that captivated you so many things of i think first of all he was one of the very earliest pioneers of the internet and he created yahoo really to make the internet almost fun accessible place so i think the even the name the site the culture it just brought the wool to your fingertips in a way that everyone could understand yeah those those pretty cool and you work for a little while because i wanted to be jerry and this the secret fact that actually i've never told jerry or anyone else know who he hopefully will not find out is that the best day during my time at yahoo was day that i post by him in the car at all wait why was that the best today because i got to see him in person oh nice so well i thought you said you've told them that you want to be him oh that was actually very recently.
"jerry yang" Discussed on Freakonomics
"Okay let's go to get mexican oh i had that last night how about chinese no i don't really like chinese and you're sitting there saying you just told me you didn't care and so that to me that's the absolute perfect example of of off you scare pollution i mean just tell people what you think and then you have a chance to discuss it if you don't know you you've is we'll talk to the wall so you took over as ceo of yahoo in two thousand nine the great recession was raging online ad revenue was plunging google had been gobbling up search business there there was a sense that yahoos glory days were behind it also you're replacing jerry yang as ceo one of its one of the founders of the company how did you at the time how did you weigh the pros and cons of taking over yahu well let's kind of take him in order a great recession i have always had this belief that that it goes down then it comes up and then it goes down and comes up you just don't know the the depth in the in the so it's sort of frequency and and length so that wasn't a concern for you per se the recession and so i felt now i felt that it was so bad in oh eight in the fall that it certainly was going to last but that would give me time to sit under the the the shadow of the recession to get some things done and i wouldn't be criticized because gee everybody's in recession so i i've used that as a posture of and jerry actually personally courted me to take this job i had known jerry before and.
"jerry yang" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Because he's big here's launches playing jerry yang speeds are way cheese conceive god save most wounded he must receive well brian eat it matter anyone not liking this except my parents pizza lettuce and corn dogs those are foods he likes this likes this she can serve calibrate yourself sliced bread yogurt spaghetti allowing light red it really is like water you don't do it like that all right this will be very interesting the harrison's dealing with those three things used that can calibrate yourself some alba's all over the years no rymer go at all in before even starting say he's not gonna like well i don't know any we will who will cross you up okay let's see brian where are you from sorry i'm from a massachusetts yeah that helped strange heartbe seafood or valuable fan italian from massachusetts hates beget and i hate spaghetti all right let's play all right phil went to bangkok and he tried chicken skin let's check out the clip mm mm i want staff chicken worthy oil chicken v that's my favorite move be the godfather now does a tricky moving chris down is always the case outlined it's going to build cocktail sticks of the chicken passes through and they cave in this gene right off the machine it's a vaporize it processed chicken skin says his raphael vinnie river like chickens good all right it's the fight my brother over the chicken skin right so it's great limits chris the it's great when it's christophe nsn gene.
"jerry yang" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"Um larry came and picked me up and my dad met him and they talk for a couple of minutes and then we went over to stephanie how and when i got home my father was sitting in the living room which he never did usually waiting up to me and that evening and um so i thought something bad happened can i mother and that he was gonna give me some bad news of war and so i said what are you doing in the living room what happened to mom he said nothing nothing happened kamombe i just want you to know that the nice boy wow what am i surprise that must have been for your half noone terrible why why wasn't getting involved there was only eighteen why didn't need that pressure visas to be the dead usually a debt of being a good feeling i was so bad thing all evola gee i was expecting to tell you although boy gator to young no no just the reverse and when his mother met me she said the same thing for him and he said oh my god i mean neither one of us were ready for a relationship because when he was jerry yang and just about to go into the navy and i was just starting a college so it wasn't until um i graduated and that he got out of the navy that we started today yes and then um on about a year later we were married so we knew each other really he was my best friend this is an important and fill surprised that i married him and he still surprised that he married evie how's knack really why is that because we were such good friend we really liked each other we enjoyed talking about a variety of topics we never kept our mouths shut we were always talking about something and he led me a book.
"jerry yang" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"But tenny enforcing keep it hold that rule in play that's going to be a tough there's also the difference in and ryan smith is with us our legal analyst because i heard you say will you could suspend you could you could bench and take his money the money obviously has a big piece of this because jerry jones pm say the play wouldn't get pay players get bench to all the time and still getting hey wouldn't their players who don't play in games there are players are inactive four games and things like that if the money was into part of that would it changed the fight that the union or the player had no i think it'd be the same fight because it's still holding a guy out of a game for behavior that nonexclusively denied in the collective bargaining agreement in any of the dock and that the area as a lawyer where you live in all of this and you look at you hey you know what it's not about the money it about my guys ability to play and it might guy can't play because owner create rule that is not anywhere else and he's man you give me he loo we put somewhere then i'm going to fight on that and i'm going to have a pretty good case so i'm not to say he definitely will not win on the fight but i will say that he's going to have a tremendous fight because if it not clearly defined what are you relying on your simply relying on something that should and talk about whether you should on the field and even in the player contract you're relying on moral causes that are very when you look outside of the nfl and it ended up being in the courts if that how far something like this we go then you're talking about ocoee according to enforce the mall caused combination hitting somebody down not letting them play the game on a date a and i think that's going to be a very tough argument to have what we favour if a private arrangement so players worked for the club jerry yang can make the rules we make but when win it overall would laugh at the top wanna call how would it changed legally if the nfl decided to make the rule change that change that opts manual from should to have to.
"jerry yang" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"They have not been talked about by jerry yang in others can you give him the ability to do something to hit a player down but he can have a huge fight on his hands opt manual basically i don't know if you've already gone through is put at the idea that they should stand is what does manual they should sort of have their helminen a hand note talking and if they don't do that they could have problem the problem with that rule he doesn't say much and so that leaves a lot of grey area if he cried somebody down not only that it appears that the rule has been changed recently and it allows for fines and suspensions but that really relate to being on the field not necessarily whether you are standing healing were sitting i think writing jerry yang had some latitude something if you want to but i think he's going to have a huge fight on his hands with the nfl and others that are going to say wait a second there's no great mind rule fight of office because you don't have the right determine what he spoke to on the sideline now bayram a little bit different because there's something in the player contract clause to act a certain way or we can terminate you but they will have to fight about that as well because the nfl it could really rise to the level of termination offence suddenly meals for during the national and so can i i guess forgetting what what's in the apps manual if a team who was owned the team is owned by jerry jones says i want to make a rule on the my team i don't care about the other thirty one teams on my team you will soon and for the national anthem or you will not playing the game is is he is does he have the.
"jerry yang" Discussed on This Week in Startups
"I will take i think the stock was about one hundred or something said i'll take up you know ninety five two hundred five right as my selling range rao give up anything above one hundred five but i'll give up any below ninety five you guys take you guys give me money put the stock into whatever device and he wound up getting out of making more money than many many people maybe even more money than jerry yang or him and todd wagner his partner probably made more than jerry yang main ultimately it was a beautiful transaction amazing and that just one of the note more cuban the we talk about other things but yeah i continue to love what he's doing with educating americans with shark tank like i actually sit and watch that show with my kids and i'm like this is what i do for real life like a sydney hear these pitches in than i have to ask questions similar to the sharks and i think it's great that you have american similar to what you're doing with this show just teaching people about startups and how it works and so i think it's great that he's doing that it's he's never lost that passion for it which is not a surprise to guys like us who worked with them in the early days he always had a passion for business always will but you know a lot of people phone it in when they get to that point in their career they're just like i'm done i don't need to talk to anybody and it's just nice is refreshing to see somebody keep giving back and i always thought he was a great investor because even though we didn't always see eye to eye on everything he always had an opinion which is great which is great because you know a lot of times i find a lot of investors were like oh.
"jerry yang" Discussed on This Week in Startups - Audio
"I will take i think the stock was about one hundred or something he said i'll take up you know ninety five two hundred five right as my selling range rao give up anything above one hundred five but i'll give up any below ninety five you guys take you guys give me money put the stock into whatever device and he wound up getting out of making more money than many many people maybe even more money than jerry yang or him and todd wagner his partner probably made more than jerry yang main ultimately it was a beautiful transaction amazing and that just one of the on more cuban that we talked about other things but yeah i continue to love what he's doing with educating americans with shark tank like i actually sit and watch that show with my kids and i'm like this is what i do for real life like a sydney hear these pitches in than i have to ask questions similar to the sharks and i think it's great that you have american similar to what you're doing with this show just teaching people about startups and how it works and so i think it's great that he's doing that it's he's never lost that passion for it which is not a surprise to guys like us who worked with him in the early days he always had a passion for business always well but you know a lot of people phone in when they get to that point in their career they're just like i'm done i don't need to talk to anybody and it's just nice is refreshing to see somebody keep giving back and i always thought he was a great investor because even though we didn't always see eye to eye on everything he always had an opinion which is great which is great because you know a lot of times i find a lot of investors were like oh.
"jerry yang" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage
"A hung like a hundred messages that giving to my daughter and was was and it's like your daughter's greatest blog yet at you think as a father you own your child yasser daughter sexuality look at your i have two teenage daughters and personally i have taught them about sex very young and because it's happening yes jerry yang yang they knew about that stuff in elementary school that's why now they're educating kids and fifth grade and now when we learned about it in freshman year may be eighth grade rang up right so now you know it's on there i know what's going to happen i just have to teach them about safe sex protecting themselves by light to teach them about emotional relationships and maybe get being with somebody a little bit longer for their first time at least in but me i was always the test drive the first night type of girl and and i have nothing but positive things to say about that because if he can't test drive it before you buy it was the point with kedo rubber also it's true so the point is this goes back again to our original conversation on a back about this puritanical thing because who's to say that somebody who likes to have sex and be vocal about it is any less than the person who waits ninety days to have sat he and if you don't you end up in my office declined because people think if i love you enough and i'm attracted him off but settle just work itself out and he doesn't as we said sucks and love or two different thick grey you can love solomon on have sexual chemistry compatibility ryan i cannot create that for you well you know what will always have happen with me i'll be honest i was always.
"jerry yang" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"On andrea saying i have a complaint to file a complaint against sean version with a guest yes against the ghost of john denver i've been annoyed by this for about a year now i started noticing this last year and then i saw somebody else right about it in a stranger today and i was like okay it's not just me there is something going out people hiking on trails with little speakers and they're blaring out music why don't you wear headphones why do you feed the music way it is so rude first of all and also i feel like when you're hiking myth the chance to get away from media and not have to listen to stuff like that and our jerry yang speaker yes it's always blaring out loud and an article i read today's commenting that it was always young people i see mostly older people like it'll be like a dude who looks like he's really in a classic rock navy in his early 60s playing classic rush speaker they're just holding a a little speaker can i throw this out of the possible this is like in their backpacks are made this may be complete the spur wasn't thoroughfare couple years ago said to keep away bearer is no bears you should make noise has never i'm just saying that people could have heard this that if i if you're out in the woods if you make noise the new the bears will go away were vow around val whatever i'm just saying i'm not defending them under same maybe they're thinking they're keeping bears away i know now that's a very generous offer to make whatever song you like the like that so what if it's on denver i don't want to hear anything invested carriers i love the killers of those walk you through the woods it's almost way the killers i think i'll be okay now i don't wanna hear any of that the whole point is to be peaceful it out in the woods away from noise these hikes you start you can hear traffic for a little while while that all of a sudden it gets quieted like you when you come back tajik here the traffic in getting you know you're entering civilization like the whole point is to be away from it but if you.
"jerry yang" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Anna found jewish is bottle i hadn't goods in her like the ford the to the you sworn sidwayo unknown we are not signing star this i know i never said we are gone now we've been through how bad of close in a wind of snow you cannot believe ben if you moya singing lags jerry oh man sao in the in the ground oh jerry yang it was in friends in the better very saddening ellen said listen bye he manning the the thing him.
"jerry yang" Discussed on Studio 1.0
"I knew the one thing i would i would say is i always think that it's on the level of the founders of companies that matter the most so i think bencher capitalists are important executives are important getting more women into engineering rules on an engineering tracks and universities are important but but would really defines the culture in silicon valley is not the executives or the venture capitalists it's the company founders and that's probably the place where the disparities the most extreme and i don't know what you do about that but that's that's where it really needs to be fix if you want change things change the culture a company that was one very important to silicon valley in a week yahoo is accepting bids to buy all are are part of the company you told me two years ago yahoo is an attack company more how do you see this playing out for yahoo what is the most plausible scenario what does yahoo become we'll it's it's still still very big media company it's and by the way i think miroslava has done a terrific job there it's just been incredibly hard company trump thinks she'd been by far the best ceo they've had in in in maybe ever and i was probably the best one they've ever had the jerry yang was very good for the the founder ceo and then i think miroslava was far far and away the best of all the other people they they had as a ceos and and so i think that i think it's in the context of how good marissa's was that it's it's like we'll even can't quite.