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"joe bernstein" Discussed on The Super Human Life

The Super Human Life

01:30 min | Last week

"joe bernstein" Discussed on The Super Human Life

"No finally got it. So we'll we'll we'll get all. Joseph plugged in down near that. Joe at drop the armor and a are mor rex. You already know right. yeah joking. Dot com amazing amazing. Yeah we'll get we'll get all that stuff plugged in aching biggest citing you know kinda kinda kinda working on or any fear that you're currently working through yourself Yeah so yeah absolutely. I mean there's no question about that There are some big fear is going on in my life. There's things working on this able i. I'm taking april off of social media. this was probably the last thing i would even consider doing that. I call this building. I'm serving the clients that i have right now in my You know. I got a couple of talking to you about joining my work. But otherwise actually taken breeder. And i'm looking at like. How do i wanna frame the next step in my work when i want to create going lower and i'm i'm afraid i'm afraid of losing the momentum sprayed of trajectory afraid of the social media algorithms forgetting about me and all that stuff but i just decided it was time. Do it my partner. I've got a place out west. Virginia so now have retreat space. I go into the woods. I could just be. I can work on deeper levels of creation rather than the daily grind creation. I'm excited about excited about building my life partner natalie. Run our two years in getting closer and closer to buckling down to create that family. Could.

"joe bernstein" Discussed on The Super Human Life

The Super Human Life

02:26 min | Last week

"joe bernstein" Discussed on The Super Human Life

"What are some big things That that you're working on any exciting things kinda kinda coming up that you can share with us and then we'll just being a home here sure Be up simply about being passionate every day in our life throws at you know even if you're in a depression it's like you're passionate about what that depression is giving you teaching your soul. You know so that you can come out of it. Be even more empowered by and no yourself deeper right like that's it's about being lit being excited about the director of your life in a place where you have a vision for what you want after it and maybe that beijing is dislike a job. I love my partner I want to stop yawning. Kids maybe that vision is like to be wrapped up some work with where he was like he'd worked for google in his early twenties. He hated it. He's been on this journey to figure out what he works and he's now creating products in doing a plant medicine. Shamanism starting intentional communities for him. It's like part of our work was removed to brazil. Because i can live off told her bucks a month in brazil and do whatever i want and take five six years to build all this by That's so it doesn't matter which end of the spectrum your arm it could just be a matter of being lit up about the day to day stuff that you do or could be full-scale transformation in your life and creation where people can buy me so. I do have one on one coaching macho when this is gonna air but at the moment got a couple of slots open so people are ran in connecting with me. You can just straight up. Email me at joe drop the arbor dot com. You can also find the on facebook on instagram. search joe bernstein or dropped the armor and facebook. You want to hang out with some dope humans of all gender identity. Not just dukes then Checkout drop the armored doja. It's a place where we're working hard to make the choices of love revere courage over comfort and chretien over consumption. It's a really beautiful community. People are sharing up life sharing their challenge sharing their beauty their goal. You know in this really amazing way like a men's group but online but for for people of all genders. Because i gotta get love to women and non binary folks too. I can't can't just serve. And even though i work with them directly so that's it yeah no finally got it. So we'll we'll we'll get all. Joseph plugged in down near that. Joe at drop the armor and a are mor rex..

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"joe bernstein" Discussed on The Super Human Life

The Super Human Life

05:51 min | Last week

"joe bernstein" Discussed on The Super Human Life

"Many of the guys know the teen coach. Chris wilson over there critical bench They had on his show in obviously kris knows the mission of what we're trying to do here. He's been a guest on on the show all the way back in episode. Three guys haven't done so yet. Make sure to check that out. So out but chris guessing and he spoke with our guests in. He's a hey. I think you're great for frank. And i looked into him and i was fascinated by his story. intrigued by the work..

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"joe bernstein" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast

Strong By Design Podcast

02:41 min | Last month

"joe bernstein" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast

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"joe bernstein" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast

Strong By Design Podcast

05:46 min | Last month

"joe bernstein" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast

"It makes you so much more credible. Because you live that in that same position you lived in you were in that same place Going through the same struggles. Same comfort The life of comfort the existing. But not living you know and there's a lot of people there and you were that you were there for quite a quite a few years. You got married in that in that in that comfort zone you were working in that comfort zone and and i think that's that's what makes you will probably lead to more success for somebody like yourself or Just people see you as someone while like this guy did it and once they know that back story it's just say no one. I say that because you know the the great t like people look at michael jordan right or something you know the best basketball player who lived doesn't necessarily may make him the best coach because you can't really think in his career where he was ever but if you saw an evolution of a player go from a not so good player to a really highly skilled or exceptional player. But maybe not even at the the the level of like michael jordan. But you see that that struggle and that breakthrough moment and then it's like i want to tap into that like. What did that person learn. What did that person start doing. That brought them from eight. And of course you know. Everyone has their own version of that. Not everybody was. Was tom brady from the womb or michael jordan from the womb. Right and i always equate. It's easy to quit things to sports when you talk about like being a high level or or or a coat a highly skilled coach but even the best coaches weren't necessarily the best athletes or the best players there was just a process that they were able to To create based on you know be being surrounded by you know by athletes or or seeing what worked what didn't work and they're just really really good at putting everything together and fitting those puzzle pieces together and it sounds like you know you're obviously reached that point in your life where.

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"joe bernstein" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast

Strong By Design Podcast

04:56 min | Last month

"joe bernstein" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast

"Hey there and welcome to another episode of the strong by designed podcast show. This is your host coach. Chris wilson and i have the luxury of hosting another strong by design episode. I feel like doing a lot of these lightly. But you know here. It's strong design. We take turns Coach tanya does episodes Michael episodes even once in a while. We have Samantha do one. And that's what makes it so much fun is that we all bring something different to the show and with the guests that were able to connect with and the conversations were able to have. But i'm so happy to have this guest today who you'll get to me in just a second but before we get to. Who joe is i want to. Just thank you so much for choosing our show. It really means a lot. I try to say this in every episode at some point that you've chosen our show with hundreds of thousands of options out there There's a there are a lot of great podcasts out there we understand that But we do feel like we're one of them and we just feel so So thrilled that you've found our show and you are continuing to listen to us on a weekly basis so thank you so much and if you take a moment after you've listened to this episode just click that five star rating and review for us Really helps us You know to be more visible and move up in the rankings. So that other people can find our show so we thank you so much for that and now our guest today. This is a transformation co. Coach so i mean he is right in our wheelhouse if you want to transform yourself body spirit and everything else This is a go. Go-to guy is a great is on amazing transformation which i want you to hear more about in just a minute. Our guest today is joe bernstein and he has been around the block. He's helping people in all walks of life in their professional life in their relationships He's helping people to get through things maybe difficult situations. He's like a life coach and he is doing wonderful things In in the world. And i really am so happy to have him on the other side of this conversation because i'm curious to know more about him and his back story so jo. I welcome to strong by design. Thanks for having me chris. I appreciate it. And i appreciate you start up so if gratitude to listeners that to me is amazing that people are offering time energy and attention.

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"joe bernstein" Discussed on Radio Free Flint

Radio Free Flint

04:54 min | 5 months ago

"joe bernstein" Discussed on Radio Free Flint

"I did see some reference that this organization got involved in drugs. they'd A little bit later on and One of the bernstein since particular raymond. Burr bernstein feels see pictures of him. He's got dark dark rings under his eyes. Almost everything you see. Although i haven't seen any direct documentation around enough junkies and people to know what the luckiest you know. He had that that look so believe he was hooked on it and his brother almost got shot to death by one of their one of his own people who was a opium dealer and probably dealt with heroin too but you know opium. Smoking opium was is that while they did and Most of them on two of the brothers got involves With the fisticuffs pretty well and Were always and beat up of people. Ray bernstein and Jeez and joe bernstein. But joe took a bullet in the gut from an opium dealer almost died so he took a step back from the business. the street end of the business but he was the most entrepreneurially athlon word gifted of the brothers and he was the real business man and he was involved in some interesting things in The clare mount pleasant area oil leases and whatnot. This was after the gang imploded. Nineteen thirty three by nineteen thirty five. They were a former purple gang numbers. But the gang had imploded engaged in what some historians have referred to as the bootleg wars. Yeah that'd be michigan bootleg wars. I don't know if that happened. National asam it did there nineteen thirty. I believe it was maybe thirty one. When there were two mafia factions. John they call the the italian cross town. I believe was the label over thirty people. Mostly italian but a couple of purple gang people that got shot in that bloodiest of periods in the whole gang. Land detroit gangland era. Thirty people died within under ten months. The result of that was there was an eastside mafia westside mafia while the east siders were kind of modern. They didn't care who they worked with. If you could make them money referencing detroit. The city of deer he signed the west side of detroit. Okay yeah in. The west side was run by a people. In wyandotte michigan. Gangwar took place and the result is What became the modern mafia of detroit which was called the end. What happened is the the new bloods killed out what. They call the mustache. Pete's the old guard. The old sicilian mafia.

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David Crosby, Laurel Canyon And Cameron Crowe discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers

Popcorn with Peter Travers

10:25 min | 1 year ago

David Crosby, Laurel Canyon And Cameron Crowe discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers

"This popcorn where I tell you what's happening at the movies and there's a movie now called David Crosby remember. My name like that was ever an issue really only for me that I don't think that is the whole power behind. This movie is my friend Cameron Crowe here who basically isn't the director but he is the producer and he did you see the back of his head in this movie a lot. You know asking this guy questions and I want to really find out the abuse that you were handed by him to really happen. We see a little of it but really there had been born and himself. David the crisis was thrilled to have you here. Things like this is really great leaving. We're both honored to be here. We wanted all that honor has now disappear. Don't does the biggest pain in the ass in the making not me I am probably I have a p._H._d.. In pain in the ass I think you certainly give yourself one. I did give them some tough. You know because that's kind of my nature. I'm a little feisty you know but I don't think anybody really was a pain in the ass and making the film A._J.. was persistent. He's really determined guy and he really will get it done. He's very determined to get it done. That's one of the things we like most about him. We'll see when we say that he's going to get done what's happening. You're you're there. You're not giving him him what they want. Oh no I've given him everything the whole time. I'm seeing the qualities that made it actually happened. He's known me since he's fifteen. He knows where he sold for Cameron. He was there. He's already been in the business for for five years. So he knew upfront he what he brought to this is a he's a consummate foam maker and be he knew me left right and center. He knows where all the bones are buried. He was in the WHO's in the dressing room. When we had that argument whatever went on he was then okay so the two of them and I had what you call a unity of purpose we we completely agreed about the level that we wanted to approach the thing which is rare in any project music or yeah? We did agree completely. We wanted to not do shine job. We didn't want to just say oh he kit because it's I'm not I'm not cute. I'm there are some people that might go in innocently to this movie thinking that you are well. God blessed to that when we didn't WANNA do it. We wanted to show you the truth about a human being as closely as we possibly could without any reservations association's on it at all no no. We'll just cover that we we all felt like that yeah union unit unanimity just complete. We all agreed to level because we didn't want to do the kind kind of shine job that most of the documentaries are well even within if you did even if it was just you going over the highlights of your career. That would still be some movie. The fact is there's no. <music> buttering anybody jokes at all thinking if this was me and it was remember my name I think we have to have that moment you notice. He used my phrase butter. He's in the I've heard to use that was you that was me I thought issue turn on the candidate. I have no right to do that. I really thrilled not here. You use my phrase because I think that's a great way to see didn't didn't tell me what he thought. I wanted to hear. He wasn't you know polishing. My apple makes him angrier. If somebody is trying to do that that would if they were saying. Maybe maybe don't don't generally like it. I like it. If you talk to me. Straight yeah which is one of the things that we have is he like I said he was there. He knows and when he doesn't pull his punches at all neither this A._J.. And that that was that degree of honesty made me fully confident about do the two of you get together on this particular project because he do in two A._J.. Eaten and David and just went into them as you will. It was J.J Abrams office because we were doing our hit showtime series roadies and we ran into to Iran's David in in our friendship and and H._a.. And they were talking about doing a documentary and immediately you know they were like Oh. Come on board with us the my again. We're doing this thing and everything but and I saw David's is that he was ready talk like he wanted to go there in this film and I said first of all as a fan when I watched this thing. I don't want to see a lot of talking heads. Forgive me but like you don't need a lot of people just put the him and you get them. Mike Him Warmly have him look like pretty much into the camera and cut out all middlemen <hes> David tells you about his life the way he would if you knew him for a while and it was a late night and you just ask them all the questions he wanted to ask him and so I said well I'll just do the first interview and have it enjoy it. You know he's the best interview ever and and I just kept interviewing him until I had to be in the show with them and that was a great day but when was the first time that you interviewed him it it had to be seventy four. I got an assignment from craw Daddy magazine to write about crosby stills Nash and young and they were opening their big tour and I've been dreaming of interviewing David as a young journalist and I interviewed him at our friend Joe Bernstein's house which was also Graham Nash next door and he just was so gracious and I had so many questions and he sat for every one of them. I'm like fifteen and he's he's saying. What else do you want to know? What else do you WanNa know he was? I was grieving over. My girlfriend's death like I'm fifteen going. David Crosby is telling me the most intensely personal trust me and I just always interviewed reviewed him every possible chance since and up until now that's all he asked of me was that I'd be honest but all taking him to Laurel Canyon he didn't want to go come on. We're not we're GONNA do that. Are you and wound up really well. Meanwhile everybody's talking about Laurel Canyon like we had to go to Laurel Canyon. He's like Oh. You're not GonNa make me stand on the steps of the country store. Thank Linda fries started. Started the eagles my God you have to Oh plea and this is what we put in the film when he those moments where he says things like there's no cinematic value in this whatsoever and he turns his back on the camera to save certainly yes he came in grump and he got me totally caught me being a grump absolutely then we get him to go in the Laurel Canyon country store which is really the citadel of that whole period as it exists Nessie. I see this is what you get so he walks in and he's looking kind of poetic and I go cross you know what did this place represent to you and he goes. You should see in the movie he goes. What did it represents the place where we came to get the grocery walks off camera and deal harasses the per poor person behind the counter but then he turns and he starts seeing these pictures including the doors which he has a little thing to say about the doors but Peter he goes outside and sits at the table and says the most intimate stuff of the entire interview series but that's because you asked me those question you you're just proud of it because you managed to produce at the store that's right 'cause he could've asked it? Somewhere wouldn't have been picture wouldn't have been a good shot at all so it had to get asked in the right place. I guess so for you to respond to tell me he knows what he's doing. I I am saying that it can learn the hard way because see he has kind of a baby face and you kind of trust and that could really read you up the wrong road but no it didn't because well can we show a little cook. There's there's a clip of you because what I love when you get into what you're doing whether you're excited by somebody or not excited that is there's something in you that gets kind of possessed by what it is in here in this clip slipped we have you're talking about culture fantastic. I looked pretty silly but it's funny. the the You look excited by what what you're talking about the movie we didn't know how to start the movie and we just decided decided one day that we were going to start at ninety miles an hour the story right all right well. Let's take a little peek at this and then inducted in men's room. I got my head against his Pew Green Tile. I can still remember the color of the tile okay. It's going to be right now to get it together. Now going to be okay. Somebody kicks the door Bam. It's train. He's kicked the door open because he's in playing at the most intense level you could ever imagine in your life. He never stopped soloing he still soloing and he's hitting the thousand mark. You know he's like burning. I never heard anybody it'd be more intense would be than in my life in that little bathroom tile I

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"joe bernstein" Discussed on The Fifth Column

The Fifth Column

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"joe bernstein" Discussed on The Fifth Column

"And I think that there is something to be gained from being able to write pieces and to observe the president. And even to report on the president in a straight news way. I'm using air quotes for people who can't see me. I think being able to do that with out the baggage of perhaps presuming that we know what's in his heart is is useful. And it's particularly useful to people who support the president. And who might be persuaded that he is wrong about one thing. Or another. And it also might help put in the context various things that simply do not fit that narrative. Yeah, I think that's what I mean. That's why I wish the New York Times would stop employing where to libertarians and finds particularly a, you know, a pretty up, you know, a particularly did the best version of of his politics. Well, then I'm not a weirdo. Libertarian cause. That's that's what I try to do. Who's the where libertarian to the New York? I don't know. Sorry there. We are. Weirdo. Neoconservatives who also are wonderful injury diametrically opposed. But yes, but they share you're not gonna make. Niskanen center jokes. Not going to do it. Sure of this country. Thank you. Thank you for the reading David Brooks someone that day. I know you've got to run soon anything that you wanted to perhaps they're out there before you skate out of the room. What's the future news, five seconds? Can you emoji only media? Is dead. It's amazing to me just as a comment that what three years ago if we talked about BuzzFeed. Oh my God. News context. Yeah. There were just be a snicker maybe five years the five maybe five when when when did that stop because that definitely there was a thing. And it's like, oh, you know, this is pretty good. But I mean, BuzzFeed come on. Yeah. And it's just that's not really miss it like. Slide shows twenty fourteen like when we were working on the independence. I remember like grabbing BuzzFeed stories sharing them on my guys. When he started sharing them. Personal anecdotes our informative the no. But I mean, it was such a it was actually such a great asset. Have people say like it would be it when we would break news. It would also be news that we had broken news. Because it was so weird that this cat website. In fact, amplified all the news like every store. Every scoop you got you would get both like, hey, here's a scoop. And then like a secondary echo of an weird BuzzFeed broke it I missed that. That was that was a pure advantage from calls, and it just like, hey, it's Ken from it was sort of man bites cat. What's going on over there? Tell us all your secrets you guys have been doing genuinely some really great phenomenal investigative journalists that work, and I'm delighted that you stop by hope you'll be able to come again. Thank you. Thank you for having me on them. Column column column. Okay. Cool. Wow. Work thing popped up. I had one of my reporters interview Candice Owens yesterday. And oh, it was it got messy did it. And yet she just tweeted out the interview she loves that. I mean, she lives for that. She's a savage coal. Well, that was fun. That was fun. Right. It's nice. We don't have a lot of folks who pop in pop out, but occasionally happens when it does we roll with the punches. But I thought that was good editor in chief of a very prominent online news publication to that. We never do. You have an editor at large all the time. We we'd we'd make the accommodation to allow him to skate out early and not drink. Yeah. That's true. There. They've raised like five hundred million you at five hundred million. Yeah. Really? Yeah. The reason. The role. And food verticals at BuzzFeed are enormous. Yeah. Yeah. Buzzfeed news. He's also verticals. Absolutely. Buzzfeed news. I'm meant all of the words of prejudice that I offered Catherine Miller who was formerly the politics editor late of free beacon is great. Anthony cumia Jason Leopold on the investigative squad or great this quite a feat. Joe Joe Bernstein's, a great media Rivera legal people to are pretty good who cover Chris guidance guide guy supreme court beat. He's great..

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"joe bernstein" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"joe bernstein" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Bernstein's assistant. They can't see me. So they won't listen to me. Nobody will listen. Maybe you'll listen to me. Would you? Listen kitty. Thank you. You see it's all my fault. Yesterday. I let that stupid chimpanzee getaway. Janice was typing progress reports when I got to the lab this morning. Good morning, Janice. Joe Bernstein said. Kick the white. My first thing this morning. You know, I hate being sneaked up on don't ever do it. Again. We should never minded my kissing before. What's wrong? Jan nothing. I called you last night. Said you were out. I was with. Campaign and caviar. He asked me to marry him. And. And I told him I think it over for capital of day think it over. But we're engaged who getting Joe let's face it. You can't even afford a rain. Could get your ring. Any ring you want anything you want fifty three dollars a week, take home, not listen that hiking, and listen, I've given this a lot of thought I've been thinking about it ever since we first treated those mice and then Chico. Jen, do you realize what it would mean to be invisible like Chico wherever he is. Yourself make yourself invisible. Why not then I could do anything. I want take anything I want. Nobody be able to see the shivers. Like what it would mean? If I was invisible engagement ring. The biggest diamond I could find money I could steal all we could spend. I I could run the world you're out of your head. And we don't even know if it works on people anyway is flation bones are bones at worked on the mice. And it worked on that stupid. It'll work on me. What about Dr Bernstein? I'll buy them off with the money. I can lift I'll be able to buy anybody off no show. Now, Dr Bernstein, you could buy him on..

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"joe bernstein" Discussed on Gaslit Nation with Andrea Chalupa and Sarah Kendzior

Gaslit Nation with Andrea Chalupa and Sarah Kendzior

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"joe bernstein" Discussed on Gaslit Nation with Andrea Chalupa and Sarah Kendzior

"So that's not surprising that media fails. Their diversity of different types also matters. MacKenzie found a statistically significant correlation between a more diverse leadership team and financial outperformance. So meanwhile, the article goes on to say the least diverse companies. The ones in the bottom percentiles for both gender and ethnicity are twenty nine percent less likely to outperform. In profitability. So for those who want to make the outdated argument that it's a pipeline problem, McKinsey notes how women received thirty five percent and thirty three percent of bachelor and masters degrees respectively yet make up just seventeen percent of executives. Meanwhile people of color received thirty percent of the bachelor degrees in science, technology, engineering, and math since two thousand yet just twelve percent of executives, McKinsey sample or people of color, McKinsey points to Salesforce as an example of a company that delivers on diversity and inclusion, noting its decision to create a c. suite role of chief equality officer, and it's worked to close the gender, pay gap, crafting a truly effective inclusion. Diversity strategy is no small effort and requires strong and sustained inclusive leadership. The report states, but we and many of the companies we studied indepth believe the potential benefits of stronger business performance are well worth it. Now what stood out to me? One of the many things set out to me and this art tech crunch article from. Early twenty eighteen is a Salesforce. I actually one of my first interviews as a journalist, I interviewed Mark Benny off the founder and now Cosio. He was co for very long time, but he recently switched to co-ceo. So Mark, Benny off one of my first interviews is a journalist, and it was a stupid little interview. We did where I was asking him because I was still young journalist, cutting my teeth in newsroom, and I was asking him the Simon was to find out what was on his desk. What is office was like what he surrounded himself with, and I'll never forget it. Mark, Benny off had a iota doll on his desk, and this is somebody who you know Mark Benny off has been known to quote Star Wars, and the man is a billionaire, and he's achieved over time a company that is a leader and showing that diversity is a strength that diversity is is is great for business and MacKenzie MacKenzie. Talk about like late capitalism, McKenzie's. He first and foremost. Even by the almighty dollar. They're not doing this because it's like Disney's a small world. They're saying, no, the numbers add up looks really good. You guys should really do this for your bottom line and Mark, Benny off being leader of that and really showing that why why matters and why it looks good. I'm not surprised that this is a man who has iota on his desk front and center and is driven by something like a higher ideal and that higher ideal paying them off and a very big way and being very good for business. I was really touched by that because you never know a girl, never forgets one of her first interviews and so that was really nice to see. So all of that goes to say, now, let's look at the dark side of what happens when you don't have a lot of diversity in the media, you get stories like Joe Bernstein and BuzzFeed doing a series of articles talking about what joy Reid may or may not have blog d- ten years ago, I simply don't care, does joy Bernstein not believe in evolution. All of us have blog. Stupid stuff and tweeted stupid stuff. Every single one of us in our lives. It's just human nature. We're, we're, we're dumb like global warming is coming for us like humans are nearly, you know, we're not. We all blog stupid stuff. And speaking of Joe Bernstein provides his own example when he tweeted recently, he tweeted one depressing thing about the US in two thousand eighteen is there isn't a writer, novelist journalist SAS who's capable of synthesizing the moment. Well, he got massively wrote ratio for that with like hundreds of people calling him out and some people calling out Sarah Ken Zere as a prime example of somebody who from the start has warned us about Trump winning and from the start has synthesizes the moment in so many ways. Sarah, like I could objectively point out the fact that your essay be all of us having to be the light now for ourselves that went viral in thousand sixteen when when when people. Our coma toes was shock. Over Trump's surprise election..

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"joe bernstein" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"joe bernstein" Discussed on TechStuff

"But that was way back in twenty fifteen periscope is the live streaming service that works on twitter and it began as a project headed by cave on bic poor then executive at blackboard mo mobile and joe bernstein they founded periscope in february twenty fourteen and bake bake poor met with jack dorsey of twitter and soon twitter made an offer to bypass go p estimates for that offer range from seventy five million dollars to a hundred million dollars twitter acquired periscope in january twenty fifteen and the app itself was still enclosed beta at that time periscope and twitter ended up killing a competing service called mere cat which launched in february twenty fifteen the paris coop service is still active today and you can livestream straight from twitter i've done it a few times myself although not recently it's a very convenient way to do it you just use your mobile phone and you use the cameras on the mobile phone you can use the ford facing or back facing cameras works on i o s and on android and it's kind of a fun way to connect with people while you are live at some event or some some location next all chat quickly about discord jason citron a game development studio founder was frustrated that there was not really a good voice over internet protocol tool set that worked well for gamers because some games incorporate voice chat services and others don't and some of the ones that do have lousy implementations or they have features that you might not like so for example there might be a game where you can chat using a component within the game but if you do then other people who aren't on your team can also hear you sometimes it's a proximity thing so let's say you're playing a squad based action game and you want to be able to coordinate with your teammates but you don't want someone on the other team to hear what you're up to and you use the tools in the game.

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"joe bernstein" Discussed on Longform Podcast

Longform Podcast

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"joe bernstein" Discussed on Longform Podcast

"Available to you at a given time like how are you picking what threads are important to you and is that something that's evolved over the last few years as you've like settled in kind of a veteran reporter now yeah i i think one thing that i've noticed over the the years and certainly don't mean this to come off in any way bragging if anything it's really just a testament to like john herman and map buchanan's and bent smith our editor in chief original view for what tech should be at buzzfeed but it's this idea that we sort of for a bunch of years twenty thirteen twenty fourteen twenty fifteen really we were sort of playing around on the fringes of a lot of these things we were very early on deeply skeptical of facebook but also you know take something like gamer gate right when that sort of bubbled up in twenty fourteen joe bernstein my colleague who who is set next to me this for the last five years as we've been dealing with this stuff it seemed like a really sort of niche story about gamers and online harassment that maybe wasn't worth the time of many main stream media organizations in our sort of theory the entire time has been like follow that weird threat 'cause all this you know dark stuff that's happening on the internet like there are real people behind that and those are real ideologies that are worth looking at and who knows you know who knows how this might bubble up or what kind of permutations of might have what mainstream associations might catch on and in guam themselves onto this kind of narrative and joe started covering that gamer gay phenomenon and i know there were people sam biddle gawker you know there were people who definitely immerse themselves in that world too but you know joe had this really comprehensive approach as like this is this isn't just a little flare up on a message board this is part of a culture war and yeah and if you look at joe's reporting as that is evolved you know he's kind of just kept taking that narrative and building it and immersing himself in that world and teasing out and doing original on the ground reporting with those.

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"joe bernstein" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"joe bernstein" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"And took a series of jabs on twitter oddly nbc seems to be insisting that the photographs circulating are photo shops while read seems to be saying they were actually hosted on her site but she was hacked greenwald wrote gotta get these stories straight guys buzzfeed's joe bernstein tweeted reach probably produce evidence from her cybersecurity expert quote unquote that hackers broke into the way back machine to frame her as homophobic as she claims this is very strange story which gives me flashbacks to anthony weiner claiming he'd been hacked hot air china's section and wrote before asking a series of questions why didn't she realize the problem before she apologized last year why didn't she mentioned that she believed the site had been hacked until this new unflattering material was revealed it's not only members of the media and i would say very few question restored but a quick search of rename on twitter reveals they regular folks are skeptical too goes on greenland greenwald has a theory on why most reeds critics are from conservative leaning news organizations mainstream outlets including cnn and the new york times haven't touched him now that's strange wording cnn in the new york times are not mainstream they're leftists he said the reason liberal news sites are ignoring the story is as self evident as it is troubling because reads ideology isn't accordance with there's they therefore don't care if she's lying or telling the truth when denying authorship of these bigoted articles nor do they care about the anti lgbt bigotry itself greenwald wrote msnbc did not respond to multiple requests for comment the daily beast where is contributed to not immediately respond but they're all over hannity parola hannity whether it be a boycott effort on the left against joy reid well the be a boycott effort led by media matters move on dot org think progress any of the.

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"joe bernstein" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"joe bernstein" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Reporter alex rizwan doesn't buy reach story either took a series of jabs on twitter oddly nbc seems to be insisting that the photographs circulating are photo shops while read seems to be saying they were actually hosted on her site but she was hacked greenwald wrote gotta get these stories straight guys buzzfeed's joe bernstein tweeted reach should probably produce evidence from her cybersecurity expert quote unquote that hackers broke into the way back machine to frame her as homophobic as she claims this is very strange story which gives me flashbacks to anthony weiner claiming he'd been hacked hot air john section and wrote before asking a series of questions why didn't she realize the problem before she apologized last year why didn't she mentioned that she believed the site had been hacked until this new unflattering material was revealed it's not only members of the media and i would say very feel that of questioned restored but a quick search of her name on twitter reveals they regular folks are skeptical too because on green greenwald has a theory on why most of reads critics are from conservative leaning news organizations while mainstream outlets including cnn and the new york times haven't touched it now that's strange wording cnn in the new york times are not mainstream they're leftists he said the reason liberal news sites are ignoring the story is as self evident as troubling because reads ideology isn't accordance with theirs and they therefore don't care if she's lying or telling the truth when denying authorship of these bigoted articles nor do they care about the anti lgbt bigotry itself greenwald wrote msnbc did not respond to multiple requests for comment the daily beast where is contributed did not immediately respond but they're all over hannity thrall over hannity whether it be a boycott effort on the left against joy reid will there be a boycott effort led by media matters move on dot org think progress any of the soros groups well let's be focus twenty four seven cnn or msnbc no no what people call into the question into question liberal media no of.

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"joe bernstein" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"joe bernstein" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Verified free beacon reporter alex griswald doesn't buy reach story either and took a series of jabs on twitter oddly nbc seems to be insisting that the photographs circulating are photo shops while read seems to be saying they were actually hosted on her site but she was hacked greenwald road gotta get these stories straight guys buzzfeed's joe bernstein tweeted read should probably produce evidence from her cybersecurity expert quote unquote that hackers broke into the way back machine to frame her as homophobic as she claims this is very strange story which gives me flashbacks to anthony weiner claiming he'd been hacked hot as john section and wrote before asking a series of questions why didn't she realize the problem before she apologized last year why didn't she mentioned that she believed the site had been hacked until this new unflattering material was revealed it's not only members of the media and i would say very few that have questioned restored but a quick search of rename on twitter reveals they regular folks are skeptical too it goes on green greenwald has a theory on why most of reads critics are from conservative leaning news organizations while mainstream outlets including cnn and the new york times haven't touched it now that's strange wording cnn in the new york times are not mainstream they're leftists he said the reason liberal news sites are ignoring the story is as self evident as it is troubling because reads ideology isn't accordance with theirs and they therefore don't care if she's lying or telling the truth when denying authorship of these bigoted articles nor do they care about the anti lgbt bigotry itself greenwald wrote msnbc did not respond to multiple requests for comment the daily beast where reid is contributed to not immediately respond but they're all over hannity parola hannity whether it be a boycott effort on the left against joy reid whether it be a boycott effort led by media matters move on dot org thank progress any of the.

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"joe bernstein" Discussed on BuzzFeed News: Reporting To You

BuzzFeed News: Reporting To You

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"joe bernstein" Discussed on BuzzFeed News: Reporting To You

"Last week buzzfeed news published a giant scoop on how breitbart and milo yannopoulos worked with white nationalist and nazis to push racist views into the mainstream the peace originally published thursday and it's reached over a million readers since then producer julia furlan talked to reporter joe bernstein about his story so it seems like each paragraph of this piece has facts that are more incendiary than the next here's a short list there's a video of milo singing america the beautiful as audience members do the nazi salute there is a fact that steve bannon fostered and guided milos rise in the all right and that milos life was funded by the billionaires who fund breitbart there are several reporters and editors for mainstream media sites that emailed milo was story suggestions and communicated with him in a larger sense you've been covering the outright for a long time i imagine a lot of folks are gonna be surprised that the things in this piece were you surprised at all i wasn't surprised so much as i was some khanna fascinated and grateful to see a lot of the things had been reporting on for years in primary documents that i could actually you know see in an and confirm and so forth you had a hunch for a long time that these things were true yana reported about a lot of these things i mean the mercer financial connection ah breitbart milo milos sort of dance with these kind of racist all right figures but you know this made it explicit there are a lot of high up tech bros that are part of the peace and part of this like larger web and i was wondering like.

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"joe bernstein" Discussed on BuzzFeed News: Reporting To You

BuzzFeed News: Reporting To You

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"joe bernstein" Discussed on BuzzFeed News: Reporting To You

"Taking care of themselves to really good question and actually we do have a him as a halt week that speaks exactly to this point which is just mental health reminder reminders you need right now right now being 2017 where things feel like they're pretty bad pretty much all the time um and so we got some experts to talk about this and i thought that one of the most helpful suggestions they gave was about knowing when to just close tabs and check out and needing a break from the news doesn't mean you're apathetic or that you don't care it means that you're taking care of yourself so some of those specifics that the experts gave were things like make certain places off limits to news so maybe when you're in bed you don't yeah look at the news maybe you only look at news during the workday or maybe a certain times are off limits so set your day up for yourself and then once your settled in then look at some news there are duly these kind of little behavioral tweaks you can do to make it feel like you're being less inundated all the time but you're still being informed so you hear that everybody you don't need all of the news all the time can you give us of a url for people to go to if they want to learn more absolutely it's buzzfeed dot com slash mental health week for these stories and more download the buzzfeed news at we've got a really big scoop this week reporter joe bernstein uncovered documents that show how milo yannopoulos and breitbart news fuel in our fueled by the all right.

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