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"jon allen" Discussed on GSMC Movie Podcast
"It looks fantastic it's also a really like sci fi looking aesthetic. So I I really enjoyed that aspect of it. The cinematography I think has a really really solid sense of or use of archival footage because that's all they can use for most of it, but they have a ton of it and they. Use It really really well, I think pairs really nicely with a lot. The voice over that happens the testimonials I wouldn't say are necessarily anything special. That's the only of cinematography that is being used other than maybe a couple B roll footage of some like exterior landscapes in things but the testimony are sort of the bulk of what the modern cinematography is and there's nothing all that special. It looks like a typical testimonial with the character framed in. The right third of the screen I do say that the depth of field looks pretty good. Jon Allen is put in a biosphere type environment which I think looks really good. So it's not bad but it's also nothing inventive overall. The editing I think is really nice. It's pace really well, it's a two hour movie I don't think it really feels like a two hour movie until you get to the last like twenty minutes I think you Kinda like I get it. Let's let's keep going and that's where I think the message gets a little bit. Undermine sometimes. But the editing I thought was really solid. There's a really great back and forth between the video and the photo photos that are being used. So it's not always videos, and so it doesn't get boring. You don't ever know what to expect with the next shot. So I thought that was really well well done it's also really fast paced with the voiceover isn't that I'm going to talk about kind of comparatively in the next documentary because I think they're similar in a sense or it's like cool to kind of compare them. Contrast their style, but I thought the voice over most of the time was from testimonials and we don't really hold on the testimony all that much..
"jon allen" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams
"Wanna thank you both on a Friday night for stopping by and putting us on your dance card, Laura, borough Lopez and Jon Allen, appreciate it. Thanks very much. We'll be talking. I'm sure along the way is next week comes around and coming up for us the road to Miami takes us through a state known for its crabs and it's competition. As we just mentioned lineups for that. I Democrats presidential debate are now set only twelve days away on this very network, and we're continuing our series, the road to Miami. The one where Steve Kornacki breaks, down everything we need to know about all the states along the bustling. I ninety five Carter if you were watching last night, then, you know, Steve was in Delaware, that didn't take long tonight. He has crossed the border into the old line state, the state of Marlon back at the big board tonight. Our national correspondent, Steve Kornacki Hayes. Dave. Hey, Brian, and well you know, we couldn't help ourselves. We were driving. I ninety five through mayor than we said, we've got to stop at Baltimore's. Inner harbor, what an amazing place. So that is our pitstop for the evening. And, you know, when you are in the inner harbor when you're in this area, your mind tends to turn to seafood and you wonder where can I get the best crabcakes around here? That's actually a matter of some dispute. It is one of the rivalries. That define Maryland. Where do you get the best crabcakes around here? Is it fade lease? Is it Gertrude? There was actually a food network special a few years ago that pitted. These two institutions these two restaurants against each other fade lease ended up winning that one, probably not a surprise, if you know the place it is the icon institution when it comes to see food in Baltimore. But that's one of the rivalries another rivalry in these parts about sports. How about baseball? Are you an oath fan? Are you a nationals fan? This is a kind of a new rivalry. Remember, the nationals that used to be the Montreal Expos. They moved to the area back in two thousand five it's the D C area against the Baltimore area. They've played seventy games since then thirty nine for the Orioles, thirty one for the nationals, another rivalry. Hey, the iconic Baltimore television series. No wire, everyone has an opinion. What's the best season is it season? One is it season for nobody seems to think it season to a lot of people don't think it was season five either. These are the two that tend to get the most. It's these are some of.
"jon allen" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show
"And on radio and on this podcast is, is stopover selling stop, you know, overselling and under delivering. And I think you're one of those type of guys and the organ at Dorgan ization needs people like Jon Allen in it Doron pain hard to move them. Right. Tell us a little bit about, you know what will what will see from him in his second season. Do you think I think you'll see a lot would you see in the first season just a little bit more comfortable confident? I mean rookie, you don't really know what to expect, but I mean going into second year you've already done. And he played his whole sixteen games. And I think he's gonna have really continue where he left off at leisure. He's Tim settle even twenty one years old yet. I know how young is, and a lot of people think he's got tremendous potential where can he have an impact in his second season? I feel like I don't right now we have five really guys who could start on a lot of info thing on the defense a really like our long group. So I mean you're going to see a bunch of guys who can play and rotate into do our job. And I would imagine that you'd include Kayla Brantley in that conversation, tell everybody who watches coach Tom of from afar. What makes him so effective as a position coach on honesty? Honesty, I, I just say, you're not fast enough to do what I'm asking. You gotta get stronger before congenial, coach. You know dang. All right. All right. You know, I mean very, very rare coach coming that. I mean if you're if you're over weight. Thank you. Honestly to fabrics to do what I'm asking you to do. I need more. You know, so man thinks he's on. He's, he's on us and everybody needs that you gotta have. I can't imagine anybody ever telling you, at least in the last couple of years that you were too fat, not me, not do that comes down to feel like today. Yes to. From what I've, you know, here from other guys, a lot of coaches might not wanna say the hard truth. But I mean I feel like the best friend you'll ever have the one. That's ten the ones until you're wrong walking says you're not doing which do the one who gets the brutally honest, and I thought that's the friend that I want. And that's what gyms brutally honest. I'm excited about Montas. Sweat, tell me why. I'm right. Six six four four super strong super long enough lettuce and he wants to work. I mean you're not excited about that. I don't know what else to tell you, you know, you guys can can spot, you know, someone who can play in who can't play pretty early on. What are the early thoughts, though from you and your teammates about seeing Montas not as in minicamp? Love everything seen. I really don't try to judge a player until I seen with has on. So I really can't talk too much about it. Because when the pants on it just a different game from everything I've seen he's a hard worker. And he's letting I mean, there's really nothing that I could ask for out of. You are. I think the perceived anyway from outside, and I think most most of your teammates would say this, that you've developed into one of the team leaders in the locker room in certainly on defense, does Landon Collins, bring that same kind of, you know, presence to the locker room under percent. Gossip compla- compla-, which he can play without a doubt that he's just a great person to be around. He wants to win. He wants to do things the right way. And that's what that's what I consider a leader. All right. So your d Lyman but, you know, football and year out there and not as in many camp in a big, you know, part of the conversation about this team Jon between now and opening day as it is in many cities..
"jon allen" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"We will finally tell you. Why does Shawn McCoy is the biggest villain bigger than fan? Ose hit on the internet. We'll explain in just a moment. That's a great point. You just made then and congrats to Michael Gonzales from bellflower who won the tickets. The AFC eases Tom Brady and the two thousand eighteen draft class. Yes. Jon Allen Sam darnold. Josh rosen. Nope. That's funny, man. That's funny. But it's actually actually it's it's happened before George as I'm reading an eighty three nine thousand eighty three the nights and Eighty-three class. Right. You had Jim Kelly. Dan Marino, Tony Tony Eason dental Brian with jets can't O'Brien around with Around them. hit O'Brien, Dan O'Brien. The the Olympic. I'm donna. Sighted, man, look, the reaction, I'm main voice. Hey, twig, and I made you do on my what's app chat. I made you do like one minute voice mail to chew chill. No still going one of them was like, okay. And then my other friend who's a pain in the ass. Somebody's getting the hashtag fire Kaime already. But so far. I'm honestly, I'm getting a lot of good reviews. Really happy for Josh Rosen. He will thrive in Miami. Miami. Dolphins should be jacked up for Josh Rosen. Let it rip me like I'm getting consensus. People say that was the perfect spot for him. So going into this draft Miami needed a quarterback. They wanted a quarterback. And they trade it all the way back and essentially got him at the end of the second round..
"jon allen" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Homeland security secretary Kirsten Nielsen is out acting secretary. Kevin McLean is in its comes as President Trump against tout a new tougher stance on the southern border right now. Let's get into it. And talk about the leadership change with ABC news consultant, former homeland security official John Cohen born and John. Kevin macalinsan. This would be the interim acting homeland security secretary. What do we know about him? And what do you think he would bring to that position? Well, we know a lot about Kevin McLean. I worked very closely with him when I was up at department. He is a smart individual. He has extensive operational experience. He understands the border and the mission of customs and border protection. He understands the broader mission of the department of homeland security, he works well with others both within the department, but also across the federal government and even outside of the federal government. So he is the type of person who we should have on sitting on top of and leading an operational organization department of homeland security concern is that he will face the same challenges as secretary Nielsen in the sense that you have a White House feels very strongly about it's it's approach to immigration enforcement and border security. They have constructed a willingness to try to micromanage the operational activity of the department, and quite frankly, the approach that they are pursuing is. Is actually contributing to the problems that we're currently experiencing at the border. Well, and that's the interesting thing that this gentleman sounds like you, obviously has the skill sets in the background. But really when it comes to the president sounds like it's something out of central casting. He's looking for somebody who's angry in harsh in many ways to take over this position. That's a very interesting point. I mean, the the Trump administration has been in office now for over two years. And if you look at what's going on at the border conditions are have deteriorated, and they are worse than they were at the end of two thousand sixteen the laws aren't any different? But the but the conditions have gotten have gotten worse. So, you know, in the world of government you have to ask yourself the question. Why is this happening? Well, we know why it's happening. It's happening because our efforts in Central America have become have have been pulled back. We're not spending as much time in resources working to curb the violence to curb the corruption to expand economic opportunities. People are fleeing those countries and our operational response to this increase in people presenting at the border legally, I'll point out under international and federal law has been underwhelming. And as a as a result of his underwhelming operational response. The ports of entry have gotten backed up. People have become frustrated they've gone to other parts of the border. So conditions have gotten. The worse. The president has a right to be frustrated, but his frustration shouldn't be focused at the department of homeland security former homeland security official Jon Allen, thanks for your perspective. Talking to you for one tax and providing listen to money news. Recheck him Pat desk prices on the rise again. Mardi. So you is your. Dot for us. A forty seven cents jump in the price of the pump over three months and in these two weeks alone. It has been a twelve cent hike trilby Lundberg with the Lundberg survey says the average price nationwide to sixty six to seventy gallon. But based on the trends that she's tracking right now, she thinks relief could be on the way. By the end of this month prices at the pump will not only have peaked, but may also have begun to decline according to AAA Colorado's average prices to fifty two a gallon. The late night menu at McDonald's is going to get smaller. Mickey D's says it signature crafted recipes, artisan, grilled chicken, sandwiches, buttermilk crispy, chicken, tenders, the laya fish and premium salads will not be on the menu anymore between midnight and five in the morning other late night items, including big back quarter, pounders cheese mcnuggets, not cheese mcnuggets. Although that sounds pretty.
Nooses found by Mississippi Capitol before Senate runoff
"The best of our ability to to this community in deep red taxes democrat or ROY Gloucester Republican cruise by only three percentage points. Jim Ryan ABC news. Dallas Indian authorities will not retrieve the body of an American suspected dead on north sentinel island for fear of confrontation with the local tribe. Jon Allen Chao is believe. To have been killed by the sentinel. Lease after breaking local laws to visit them earlier in the month. The decision to hold off on getting the body came following several meetings and surveillance trips to document the situation. Local authorities say they have not ruled out the possibility of finding the body at a later date element, Financial Engines brings us this look at money news. Pat's here we are often trading that nice rebound. We saw yesterday. Just a pleasant memory today. Stocks are down this morning. Possibly reflecting news on trade in an interview with the Wall Street Journal, President Trump said it's highly unlikely the US would delay imposing a twenty five percent tariff on Chinese goods. He also suggested imposing a ten percent tariff on iphones, laptops, imported from China right now, the Dow is down one hundred seventy points, and NASDAQ is down thirty eighth ESPN's down twelve home values continue the climate.
Indian police map area of island where US man was killed
"House reporting police say they've mapped the area of remote Indian island where tribes people received burying the body of an American adventure and Christian missionary. But Indian authorities continue to struggle to figure out how to recover the body of twenty six year old Jon Allen Chao who was killed by north sentinel islanders, apparently they shot them with arrows and then buried his body on the beach. Chow reportedly went to the island mission to share the love of
Indian police struggle to recover body of American killed by island tribe
"Indian authorities are trying to figure out how to recover the body of a young American missionary who was killed on a remote Indian island by a tribe. That has resisted the outside world for thousands of years before he was shot with arrows and buried by the tribe on the beach, Jon Allen Chao wrote that he thought God was protecting him from authorities who try to keep people from visiting north sentinel island joining us now is Jill mcgivering BBC. South Asia editor she's in London. Hi, jill. Hi. So what more do we know about the circumstances surrounding his death? And what was he doing there? Well, the thought is being a little bit cautious about saying very much. You can imagine this is extremely sensitive. But we all hearing a little bit of information from the fishermen who apparently were paid by John to take him out to this area. They say that he'd made several attempts to go out to north sentinel island to make contact with this group, and that this particular instance, he took a canoe with. Him and went from the fishing boat to the canoe and manage to land that in itself is actually geographically a little bit difficult because there's a big coral reef, which is one of the barriers that's being between the outside world on the sentinel. As people the victim and say that almost as soon as he set foot on the send he was attacked with arrows and a page to die. And then one of the issue is now is really verifying. Exactly what happened and also retrieving his body, which is still Ed, but it seems clear from what he wrote before he died that he knew that he was in danger going to this island. Yes, I think he was very aware of the dangers this tribe in particular is known for being the the most uncontactable and the most hostile to contact of all the many tribes in this area. We're talking about a very very remote area there about three hundred islands basically right in the middle of the day of Bengal. And in terms of things like flora and fauna, you're thinking more Burma and Thailand and Indonesia than than really India, but it comes under Indian. Jurisdiction. What more do we know about the people on this island? They're all quite a lot of photographs of them that have emerged from very long distance. But obviously, it's difficult to know a lot about the way of life. There are thought to be between fifty and one hundred and fifty of them left. It's thought that they may have been living on that small island, which is described as being around the size of Manhattan, full something up to fifty five or sixty thousand. Yes. So possibly the oldest on contacted tribe left on the globe the have been attempts in the pasta, contact them. But they have been very hostile to anyone attempting to engage with them and giving a strong sense if they want to be left alone that quite physically small in stunt, you that almost unclothed just went something that looked like a loincloth, and they have very dark skin. So at this point the task to try to get a Jon Allen chows body back that that is not going to be easy. Indian officials. Don't even travel to this island can his body ever. Be recovered. It presents the authorities with a tremendous dilemma, I think partly it's to do with culture in a way it's to do with diplomacy and the respect that they won't want to show the family. The may also be practical issues one of the concerns about maintaining this no contact rule with these with many of the tribes. But this one in particular is to do with the risk to them of having any contact with people from another part of the world because they do not have immunity to thing. This like, you know, the basic common. Flu will come in cold syphilis, all sorts of things that have been in the past instances where the tribes have made some contact and large numbers of them have died, and as I'm saying already with this tribe, which looking about dwindling small number
American killed by tribe's arrows on remote island is identified
"Had to turn around in the pilot and the helicopter said, well, at least, we know that they're okay. I'm these people are are vicious with their bows and arrows. And so for some reason this missionary Jon Allen shout. Twenty seven years old thought it would be a good idea to go to this remote island and try and introduce these folks to the word of God, which I do understand that. But. There's just a sense of randomness about it. First of all, he's a Christian, which is a great thing, obviously. But he's breaking the law because India the government there didn't want anybody on this island because these folks are so crazy, actually, they're not crazy. Let me let me let me back up on that their primitive. That's what they are. They have not been touched by modern society. No phones. No televisions. No cars. No running water yet. Oh, I mean, no, no toilets nothing. And so he arrives on this island and his original interaction with the tribesmen was not good. He came though, bearing gifts. He brought them a football and fish. Now, I don't know what these tribesmen would do with a football, I suppose that they could eat the fish. And so they started they started shooting at him with their bows and arrows because this is what they do. And and he knew these these folks were dangerous. And he was able to get away. And he wrote a letter to his parents and his friends, and he said, you guys might think I'm crazy and all this. But I think it's worth it to declare Jesus to these people. He says, please don't be angry at them or guide. If I get killed rather. He said to his parents, please live your lives in obedience to whatever he has called you to. And I'll see you again when you pass through the veil. And his final words this is not a pointless thing. The eternal lives of this tribe is at hand, and I cannot wait to see them around the throne of God worshiping in their own language. And he goes on and on. He says I love you all and I prayed none of you love anything in this world more then Jesus Christ. And then he signed off. And so he says that it's not a pointless thing. He says that it was really his calling to travel all the way to one of the most isolated regions in the world. And try to introduce guide to this tribe. They don't even speak English, folks. So when he says this is not a pointless thing. I said that I was conflicted. And the reason I'm conflicted is because on the one hand and by the way, he was killed by the tribesmen day. They shot him with the bow. And arrow, and the people they dropped him off on the shores of or near the shores of this particular island. They saw his body being dragged off with a rope at the hands of these tribesmen. And he said this is not a pointless thing. And and this is where I'm conflicted because as a Christian, I love the fact that I don't talk about my Christianity on the often. But as a Christian, I love the fact that he's trying to spread the word of God. But on the other hand, I think he could have done so much more here in America with that same effort because there are so many people here in America that need far more guidance that he could have provided to them here with a common language, and a common understanding, and they common culture. As opposed to going to this remote island where there is no connection of culture. Even even a close possible connection to culture. There is no connection. There is no commonality. There is no language commonality nothing. So when he says that this is not a pointless thing. I would have to respectfully disagree with him. It's very sad. What happened to him? It's horrific. What happened to John Allen show as he traveled off to this isolated region on these islands outside of India? Where he was killed by these tribesmen as he was trying to show them the word of God. But I do find it sad. And I find it an incredibly random that he chose this particular island, and these particular people to try and introduce them to his spirituality. He could have been far more successful again with that same amount of effort here in America. But his body's not going to be recovered. We know that he's dead. And I just wonder if this is one of those stories where when we see missionaries go to other parts of the world, you gotta realize there's a lot of people here in America who deserve that same effort. So we'll have to see ultimately what happens with his the recovery of his body. And what happens to these tribesmen, by the way, another interesting point about all this is that they can't bring up these tribesmen on on murder charges or anything because he wasn't. Supposed to be on the island. So really fascinating. I'm I am I'm conflicted between kind of shaking my head at this guy and in admiring this guy because he most certainly died for his religion. He most certainly died for his values, and he most certainly died trying to help others, and I totally get that. I really do. But I just wonder forgive me. I just wonder if it was a fool's errand. Dan, mandis infra Chris crock right here on news talk eight twenty WPA p. Are you that person? Are
"jon allen" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"The tower itself is great sturdy well constructed. I mean, it's been there freed hundred years so hats off to the architects. It's just. Wasn't there someplace else to put it? It's not like they didn't know pretty quickly that the tower of PISA would become the leaning tower of PISA just five years into construction while they were building the second floor and eleven seventy eight everyone noticed something was wrong. The whole project was being built on lousy soil, which was giving way into stabilizing the whole thing. So they stopped building it weighed in about a century figured it had stopped tilting. And then completed it in thirteen seventy two. On balance, really, great work. But as I say grudging, congratulations to everyone involved that the leaning tower of PISA hasn't become the falling or the smashed or the phone tower of PISA. In fact, there is some good news. Researchers who've been monitoring the tower for the past seventeen years say it's actually unbelieving somewhat after project to stabilize the thing they say it is actually tilted back fair centimeters over the past twenty years, and that's a huge relief. Given that not that long ago experts were worried that the whole thing would come crashing down at any moment. So to everyone who is inclined to keep the tower from becoming more inclined super job, and you know, keep it up. At every level. Jon Allen Chow was warned not to get close to the north sentinel island. He did not listen. And now the American man is dead authorities in India say Mr. Chao was killed this month by members of an endangered indigenous tribe when his boat got too close to their island few outsiders have ever been to the island, and the isolated tribe is hostile to anyone who tries Jeffrey Gettleman has been reporting on this story. He's a New York Times reporter based in New Delhi. And that is where we reached him. Jeffy just describe for us where this island north sentinel island is in the adamancy. So it's about thirty miles away from port Blair, which is the main town in the ambulance and the animates include five hundred different islands, most of them uninhabited, but the government of India has been very strict and blocked access to many areas in amines because they're trying to protect what they see as very rare and traditional culture, and they don't want these people to mix with outsiders at all who lives on north sentinel island. Then there's about fifty people that belong to a tribe. Call the sentinel lease they are believed to have come from Africa, many many many many years ago, but it's protected I learned all these ones are with these tribes are living. They the Indian navy forbids people from getting even close let alone visiting it. So how did this man? Jon Allen Chow. How did he get there? Well, it's hard to block off island in the middle of the C. I. I think he had been planning this for a while. We found some blog posts that he had made and he expressed his desire to go back to the end Emmett's hit been there before he seemed really smitten with them..
"jon allen" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria
"So they do operate in quite different spheres and there's not being today to huge amount of overlap. There are some places where they overlap, Molly, for example, there's both a counterterrorism operation and peacekeeping and civil war management operation. They kind of coexist the other phenomenon that were starting to see we talk a little bit about the paper is the spread of counterterrorism. Coalitions, we all know about the global coalition against dash against ISIS that our president Jon Allen lead when it was established. But we've seen several of these come into being a multinational force combating Boko haram what's known as the g fi, which is a group of five countries of the Suhel fighting against an ISIS offshoot in the Saharan desert and North Africa. A similar coalition in northern Uganda dealing with Lord Resistance Army and related groups. So you're starting to see the spread of these sort of informal coalitions to undertake counterterrorism fight quite a lot of countries participating. And that's I think, phenomenon that most Americans aren't aware of and it's happening outside of the UN and so the initial there that has to get result as well. So we've recently observed the seventeenth anniversary of the nine eleven attacks that were carried out by al-qaeda. So al-qaeda comes to mind in this conversation. Can you talk about what is the status of al-qaeda as a global terrorist organization was mentioned earlier? It's metastasized so it's operational punch inside Iraq has been substantially deteriorated. It's operational punch inside Syria has been deteriorated, but that's not to say it has been eliminated by any means, and it's spread throughout the region. We see offshoots of it and Libya Yemen and Mali Nigeria Somalia, and that. Moustache citation is very dangerous for a considerable period of time. We were also watching it developing substantial online recruiting and dissemination capacities. Some of the attacks in Europe that we saw three years ago links into that. I'm not quite sure where that stands. We've seen less of that in the last couple years. It's been hard to know whether that's as a consequence of substantial effective prevention efforts on the one hand or simply because it's put us resources into some of these newer movements on the other. I suspect a little bit of both saw in the paper. Even the co authors identify these characteristics of global security environment, but then you say cutting through all of that are what you call the frontier threat of cyber technology, artificial intelligence. Can you talk a little bit about what those two phenomena are? They're quite different. So first of all, when it comes to cyber will know almost everything we do now is organized around the flow of information via. Computer systems and the vulnerability of those systems to attack to hacking of Roddy at types, cyber, offensive, weapons, etc. Quite acute. We are starting to country to grapple with us and terms of the vulnerability of those systems to major attack and a form of warfare from country like China or North Korea or on, etc. But at the same time, we have to be aware that even group like ISIS would have the capacity to use number of online tools to improve its targeting to improve its some nation to improve recruiting, to try to undermine our systems and Araya way. So that's a concern, artificial intelligence, things going to be a different phenomenon. It's two major parts. One is this may be being exaggerated and some of the contemporary literature. I think. But one is as a infuses itself into Araya forms of industrial technology and displaces work, think about driverless cars, etc. In some context, could have substantial social dislocation and political dislocation effects. I think that's going to be phenomenally over a longer period of time. We're also starting to see the application of artificial intelligence to weapon systems. Thomas weapon systems, the ability to operate a large numbers of drones in swarms so far that's technology that lies primarily in the hands of state actors, but it's not a very complicated technology at this stage, and I don't think it's going to be very long before we see significant terrorist organization, al-qaeda or all kind of two point, oh, using an AA enabled drawn swarm for example, to execute very sophisticated attack on critical system someplace so getting our handle getting our heads around that problem is a growing challenge..
Snap Italian Election Raises the Risk of Populists Taking Control
"Hsbc credential are setting up headquarters remember three we're moving forward so if you look at the issue in the scale ranking of things that are important to malaysians its way down there paul's aren't you declares in about three hours time with results you at seven pm local time he was secretary of state mike pompeo has arrived in north korea to prepare for president donald trump's summit with leader kim yong bloomberg's david tweet reports from mayo secures the release of three americans detained by north korea and also a final date set for the kim trump's summit release of the detainees would give trump's credibility boost after he tweeted last week that their release was imminent nothing happened in hong kong david tweed bloomberg daybreak europe meanwhile japan's prime minister has welcome top leaders from china and south korea for the first time in seven years korean president moon jae in is in tokyo for trilateral talks with shinzo rb and chinese burgundy cut chung all three countries want to resolve the standoff over north korea's nuclear weapons program but analysts say they're different approaches may make it hard to agree on anything substantive and italy is heading for a snap election that may be the chances of a populist government taking power doom begs jon allen explains a stable administration is still a long way off he's expected to name a nonpartisan prime minister by the antiestablishment five star movement and the us skeptic league both plan to vote against that nominee in parliament so materiel will have to trigger a new elections as early as july or in the fall in rome john fallon bloomberg daybreak europe global news twenty four hours a day on at tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm sandra kilhof this is bloomberg caroline thank you so much sandra yes so this is what you should be watching today malaysians voting in the country's general election is have been talking about f gina gina is expected to submit his resignation as a meeting of the company's board today and after wall street closes we get earnings from twentyfirstcentury folks anna this as we continue to see the dollar rally in european hours up two tenths of one percent on the bloomberg dollar spot index on a gain in european equity yeah it's all rallying on oil rebounds were up by two point seven percents on the price of a barrel.
Earthquakes rock Hawaii's Big Island as Kilauea volcano erupts
"What you can do to protect yourself from the minnesota academy of pa's at minnesota dot org newsradio i'm joy piazza president trump slated to meet with south korean president moon jaein may twenty second this has the president told the crowd at the nra convention that his tough talk to north korean leader kim jon allen is working we're really doing well with north korea we're really doing no word yet on when or where the president plans to meet with kim jong on a magnitude five earthquake hitting hawaii right near the volcano that forced roughly fifteen hundred residents to evacuate nami threat to the big islands but officials say the killer whale volcano isn't done erupting and is mainly affecting the island's leilani estates neighborhood aerial footage shows plants and brush on fire the hawaii volcano observatory says molten rock was impacting part of the estates and fire officials also detected high levels of sulfur dioxide fox's jessica rosenthal fox news we report you decide.
"jon allen" Discussed on Socially Supportive: Customer Care the Social Way
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Is there a top priority and they're confident you'll be pleased with their services. So head on over to socially supportive dot com and click the blue host picture today for more information. Hellos social pack, welcome to our best of guest appearances week. That's right. There have been over one hundred fifty episodes of the socially supportive podcast. Why? Yes, over one hundred fifty episodes and part of the objective of putting out the podcast is to put within your grasp at the tip of your fingers information that otherwise could be challenging to come up with. So part of what I do for you is every once in a while stop and make sure that you have access to episodes that you may not have heard, and I do this by referencing older episodes in the episodes that I'm recording. But what I did last week is make sure that the episodes that you may not have heard were just highlighted for you that would give you the most bang for your buck and make sure that your program is on point this week. I am doing. Something similar, but a little different. I am bringing to you the best guest appearances that we have had that you may not have heard. That's right. So this week I'm bringing to you so that you don't have to go searching or rewinding through episodes. I'm bringing to you the best guest appearances that we've had with information that could really help you out in terms of making sure that your program is where it needs to be for digital and social customer care. So these are episodes that I think you may not have heard, sit back, relax and just enjoy what I've got for you this week. Today's inspiration comes to us from Paul Ryan who said every successful individual knows that his or her achievement depends on a community of persons working together. I know so fitting, right and our book of the day which is also fitting is a fantastic book by Jeff, how called crowd sourcing. NG why the Power of the crowd is driving the future of business today. Like I said, we're talking about why community should be part of your digital strategy, and we have a guest to help us understand that. Who is it? Not gonna tell you just yet, but here's some information about him. He has over twenty five years of international experience working with technologies that bring people and companies together to collaborate, solve problems and improve business results at talent of errant company are gassed helps customers and partners leverage online communities to enhance customer service, build brand loyalty through deeper engagement, drive innovation, boost employee productivity, and increase profitability, ladies and gentlemen, please welcome to our show Mr.. Jon Allen, John great to have you on the show. Hey, Frankie. Good morning. It's so good to be here. Yeah, I'm so glad that we. Were able to connect and get together because both of us as we were talking about before we started recording are so busy, making sure that we are ready for this wonderful insight group customer service summit that we will both be attending. I know that television is a sponsor of this event, so you will be available for people who are listening to the show for them to meet you and come say hi and everything. You bet. We're going to be neighbors Lovie right next door. Yeah, our votes are going to be right together. And as the listeners might know, Taligent, which is a variant company is this month sponsor of the socially supportive podcast. And also our listeners know that I only Bonsor companies that I really believe in and television is a company that I have used in my career for quite some time and have had tremendous success with. So I'm really excited to help companies understand that in digital strategy community should be a huge part of that. So I figure. Bringing you on would be really helpful in having people have a deeper understanding of why communities should be part of their digital strategy. So can you help us understand that assure Kim Frankie? Look, it's pretty tough up there in business. If you think about the digital age ensures competition that the connectedness has created, companies need to do a lot better job. Just create great products, right? They need a real differentiator and the business that I'm in is about people connecting to people, people connect technology to learn and improve their businesses. So you know, we get an opportunity to work with companies to help them really improve their customer service experiences. They gave reduce their costs. They can gain insights about how people are using or not using their products and services in. They really can't stand out in a somewhat crowded market. Now, one thing that I have found in using the telegenic community is that especially with. Technical types of topics that people love to come together and share their knowledge about something technical with someone else who has knowledge of something technical. So I know personally that that's one case where community is really helpful. That's a great use case for getting people together. Do you find that to do if you think about the way particularly technical people? I mean, a lot of their self worth is around how much they know, but also how much they can help others. Right? Those are the real superstars, particularly in the technical space. I mean, communities, give them a chance to not only share what they know, but they can even gain a reputation that they can take with them for the rest of their careers. That is a really great point that if someone is able to go out and help someone else, you get that feeling of self worth and you know you're happy about what you were able to provide for someone else. But another thing about that. If we're talking about someone who's sharing their knowledge from a business perspective, that really helps to showcase what they know what they're able to provide out there in the business world and gives them sort of spotlight for a while. That's a really big benefit. It certainly is big benefit. I mean, frankly, if you think about the circles that we run it right people pay attention to our experiences, what we've learned, things that have worked things that just didn't work right, but that's all about learning and sharing, and people can really get a lot out of that. Right. So when you're in a community, it is a place for people to build a reputation up to stand out in the crowd. And in all honesty, change the way that people view of products and services provided by brand? Yeah. What a great point to, and I know that talent agent has been a leading social community platform provider since two thousand four, which I think is unusual as that Ryan. There aren't many people I can say that. But yeah, we've been around since two thousand four. We were acquired by Vance in twenty fifteen because they wanted to make their customer engagement portfolio more socially engaging. So with that much experience under our belt since two thousand four, not just with technology, but with our know how we bring a lot of value to not just our customers that we go direct to as a business, but also to the Barents customers that are using their products that wanna make them more socially engaging. It's a really great track record. I think that not many companies these days can hang their hat on. And I think it's really important to say with a different technology companies that are out there. We know that technology is rapidly advancing in changing which causes some players to come and go at causes, people to common show up on the scene, and though they may have really great technology if they don't have that sort of launch. Seventy in the space, it's challenging, especially for large companies to make an investment into a piece of software or a platform when there is not that history of a long standing providing of quality and a commitment to a customer relationship. So I think that's really important to point out. You've been around for quite some time delivering on your promises to your customers. We have Frankie and one of the things that I wanted to point out too is we had Sarah grace mccandless from Sykes who came on last thoughtful Thursday, which was up forty six. She shared her top three forum best practices to let us know what she thought should happen when you are providing customer service in a community forum typesetting. And one of the things that she said was important is to make sure that you make the information. In your community forum, easy to find for your consumers, your customers, whoever is the user of this community forum, and I think telegenic got some features in there that make it certain that people are able to find search easily for what it is that they're looking for that, right. We do with our products. Something that we like to make sure happens is that certainly information is easy to find, but we also through our engine make recommendations to both contents or people that might be relevant to that particular user. So they can't find something that they're looking for of the system will recommend to them what they might be looking for. And at that point they can get right to that contents or they can actually see the author if the authors online because we have presence indications, they can engage them straightaway with a private message or chats or simply requested friend or follow them. That is so neat. So when we talk about being able to get involved in a community situation, you can actually have engagements through different chats and things like that inside the telecom platform where you can really get deep into whatever conversation you might be having with another community member. Absolutely. So we like to consider connecting people to people and people to content, and sometimes it's easier just to get access to somebody that knows a lot about the subject you're looking for in the big can help you out at that point. When you say that, what that brings to mind for me as I have been focused very much in the last few years in trying to understand return on investment for digital properties when you're delivering social customer care in the digital realm for so long people said you just have to do it or you won't be in business. And I looked for deeper meaning and deeper understanding of what that exact return on investment. Because your executives are giving you some amount of money to go out and create this digital place where customers can receive service and you wanna be able to tell them how exactly that's impacting the bottom line for your organization. And one of the things that is interesting about a community platform that I don't know if people have thought about this, but one of the things that's interesting about support communities is that when you have someone who's calling you for service over the telephone, you have to have an age on the other end of that phone who's picking up the phone answering that question. Then if you've got someone who's on a support chat, you also have to have one agent for that one call. So you've got one to one diatoms engagements in a support community that is not the case in support community. What I learned from using the television community is that when you create a community and you provide knowledge articles and information for us. Of your community, they can do a couple of things that really help make an impact on the bottom line. They can either choose to serve themselves just by searching like we were just talking about for the information that's available or they can choose to talk with another
"jon allen" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Nfl scouts said the chatter with buffalo is that they won't jon allen they wanna get a guy sort of in that jim kelly mold you know big tough guy got a strong arm you know playing those conditions that that's what buffalo that he thinks that's what buffalo once now how higher you willing to go and can you get your guy because you don't want to do something stupid where the jets are trading up but to the jets know who they're going to get because as a ross tucker our friend of the show former nfl player says he can't remember team ever trading as much as the jets did without knowing who they would get because washington went all into get rg three they knew they were getting our g three the eagles they were getting carson wentz leave it to the jets to go all in and they don't know who they're all in four yep so the jets are saying those three guys are guy those there are guys yes howard eskin sportscaster and philadelphia saying the eagles will open up the twenty eighteen season against them in minnesota vikings so two different starting quarterbacks in what will be titled a rematch of last year's nfc titled came i phone calls here best and worst to the weekend got a couple of tweets to get to dylan in south dakota leads us off idyllic about that three to fifty my worst is my north carolina tar heels getting absolutely paint last night biting that stadium best would be your south dakota state jackrabbits first national champion in wrestling division one death roast this weekend on saturday all right well congratulations thank you dylan brandon north carolina's back brandon what do you have for me.
Workers injured in liquid chemical plant explosion in Texas
"Was nearby in randa help after the span fallon trapped several vehicles underneath drive ran over there i saw two trucks actually completely crushed and then there were a few in the back on the other side of the grids that i couldn't or we couldn't get to that some other people had to help the nine hundred fifty tonnes fan was installed on saturday the main part of the span had been assembled by the side of the road while support towers were built at either end and then they used machinery to get it into place and official says an explosion at a rural texas chemical plant injured to workers and that a third is missing fire crews being kept away from the blaze because of toxic fumes and fears of another explosion there try cam industries mixes chemicals that are primarily used by the oil and gas industry investigators believe the fire was sparked when a worker dragged his foot along the floor of the plant while chemicals were being mixed static electricity possible to blame the worker caught fire from his way stop airlifted with critical burns to a hospital in dallas russia the target of condemnation at an emergency meeting of the un security council yesterday correspondent steve kastenbaum reports the country's ambassador had to face the music after great britain explained how russia was responsible for an attempted assassination in britain called for the emergency meeting the uk's ambassador jon allen weapon so horrific that it is banned from use in wool was used in a peaceful city in my country us ambassador nikki haley slammed russia we take no pleasure and having to constantly criticise russia but we need russia to stop giving us so many reasons to do so she said they use chemical weapons to assassinate their enemies and provide that same lethal material to syria russia's un ambassador speaking through an interpreter responded by saying we demand material he's cool steve kastenbaum new york in a very competitive race.
"jon allen" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist
"Hi you know one of he things is our on i host the atheist experience i my patriotic thing is atheist debates and is so the a word tied me in like a talked about earlier its number three on that list of what's potentially important but when people ask me for recommendations oh what books should i read or what resource should i have you know if i have a similar goal to you the first book i always recommend is in numerous e by jon allen polish which talks about how bad we are at math and statistics in its are opening about the sort of assumptions we make in the heirs and reasoning we make it's a it's a really good like starter book on how to change the way you think and then it is infidels out oregon talk origins if you want to get into specifics on arguments but the best thing you can do is be yourself be out if if it's possible if you're in a in a position where you can do that but talk to people ask them what they i believe and why and the why is the important part but what they believe is is slightly less important in the why because if the why is broken it can potentially affect a whole bunch of what's so that would be that the thing to try and focus on and if there why is better than your why then you should change your mind 'cause you're probably wrong and one thing you say often to matters that you know we need to get over our fear of saying i don't know like if you know instead of feeling like it's a weakness to be able to just honestly say you know what i don't have the answer but let's go find out right yeah and i and i am i wish i had more time and more knowledge to focus on like public education because i think one of the greatest disservices were doing in addition to not teaching critical thinking early enough is everybody i've ever met has been sat in a classroom terrified that somebody's going to ask them to come update to the black boarder asking the question they don't know and so we instil of fear of saying.
"jon allen" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"List today that's geico dot com play the day coming up your phone calls as well daniel jeremiah works for the nfl network he'll join us coming up next hour you'll assess sam dardel josh rosen jon allen baker mayfield the order in which he would select those quarterback sees a former nfl scout so thought to him speaking to baker mayfield in oklahoma gerald mccoy one of the great defensive tackles in the nfl in an oklahoma sooner himself joins us how painful was that to oklahoma georgia game 4 your gerald bard is praying pull their snowstorm what's what's the worst weather you ever played it uh take it had been in the big to obtain it'd be she been uh await against missouri trico what was it like uh jim snow though 20s pierre who snow of low twenty low it made team it was definitely snow and it wasn't like freak is snow one but it was snow do you go out there sleeveless just as set the tone let people know you're all business i'm not bigger i'm not i would never say they won't be here there's no me uh assess now i know that you you've got a bias here with oklahoma but if as you look at baker mayfield who could you know as a he could be the opponent next year what more than likely he'll be an opponent so how would you look at that personality and how would that affect you as you're playing against him well you know an opponent uh you like we love to compete against a guy like breaker mayfield uh in college if you look at him in college who he is and how he's been he get pushy and tomorrow for i am a completely different sized human but cam newton uh would have more sway a gi get you know hey carries itself uh he respects the game but he loved to have a good time and he's a fierce competitive and as this who bakery is and and uh he just put you in essay mara framing i compete against camp twice a year so uh i would have a little uh you know familiarity with dealing with.
"jon allen" Discussed on Socially Supportive: Customer Care the Social Way
"Wonderful and i'll have a link to that in the show notes for everyone to get too quickly amodu thank you so much this is very valuable information and i'm so glad that were in a position to be able to share it with everybody dr branko you'd ruzin due too busy to be on your show and i look forward to teaming up with you restructured oh me too all right everybody let's talk about today's sponsored today's episode is sponsored by tell a giant of errant company why community why taligent well i'll tell you what hem autry just pointed out that social community forums benefits also results and speedy resolution and can low were at the propensity to call into the call center we have talked about before the community is really there as a vehicle where customers can help other customers and customers can selfserve by searching and finding information inside of the community forum the taliban community also offer suggestions chew let you know what you might be searching for or what you might be looking for based on its technology adds jon allen shared with us on last thursday's episode fifty one so make sure that you've got his halogens are com and check out what they've got to offer i have personally used tela gents community to great success in my career and i think it would be helpful for you too all right so let's talk about jobs do you have a job opening or are you looking for a spot either way send me your information to frankie at'socially supportive dot com and i will play matchmaker so that we can match perfect person with perfect position and we can all be delivering a fantastic customercare out there on the worldwide web and if you see a great example of social media customercare or digital customercare happening out there on that worldwide web send me the person's name or the company's name and i'll see if i can get them on the show so.
"jon allen" Discussed on With Friends Like These
"Uh jon allen go he went to a mexican restaurant uh on mother's day and he wasn't given um he wasn't given turkey or tips and salsa and then his uh his server i believe she told him that they were they didn't have any tortillas took salsa and uh or that they ran out and then you know then everyone else in an act and everyone else then like you know i i kinda chuckled out that cause courses like is that right it's the side i know that it's weird you know um and and but you know for me with i guess it with a little bit more serious um and that i you know i it's something that happens to me you know every day um multiple times day and that's it's when i you know when you're walking in new york in their crowded sidewalks in you know uh crowded underpasses and stuff like that everyone's kind of crushed together i think that there's um general etiquette about you know how do you go along moving to krause and stuff and and you know they're unspoken i think everyone kind of gives way for everyone else you know and that's you know a and i you know i call it 'knowledge ing you and you know that might be stepping aside or them like you know shifting your body weight onto your one for the other or or you know or turning your shoulder slightly so they you know to people can who are moving get through the same space um well i've noticed or years um it's that.
"jon allen" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"He also does an understanding either policy no clue mark now for a question problem is he doesn't understand the policy all he has been telling people all along you told us just give me bilican inside i don't care at any details it doesn't line up with anything he promised on the campaign trail and and he just doesn't understand the most basic concepts policy walk malcolm and his and his lack of specificity with the members it's frustrating to some republican senators they've told people in these meetings that they try to try to get it sort of a deal lease a side deal with the mcconnell still faces this choice he's still trying to get a republican will reveal and i think if they want a bill despite the fact that they might get a better policy deal with worked with democrats getting a democratic deal through the house thanks impossible so mcconnell is still going to split all not anything on site seed happen all the time you get forty or fifty democrats and things get much much easier jon allen you were going to say something yes we're gonna talk about polls and second but i was doing some math yesterday that was the president's with an advocate sports here's the thing if you take the take the is it a good or bad situation if you take the popularity of the bill yeah and he added to the president's approval radio and you're still under fifty that happens and that's not i'm not going to map and i don't think that's constitued perhaps they don't trust.
"jon allen" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"The thing i'm most stopped for most known for love and that just keeps growing i think more and more people keep discovering it all the time and so it's it's a lovely thing i mean when it first came out um you know not a lotta people saw the in the very beginning stages so and we were also proud of it so it's been so wonderful to like on a row and still be around zero kick ask cast literally kick ask cabinet people and everyone in that movie works all the time and it's because they're also good yeah i mean i could really had just had such a great he does i for people thing he does here because most of us hadn't done that much before that movie really or you know people don't really know who most of us were and and pretty much everybody has gone on to do a lot of things so was and i knew everyone because i love indy movie right and all of them people like me whitman yeah you know folks and and kalkin who ss less oh dan you know all those kind weber olga interest by you interesting i such allison pill yes who a lot of people uh she was on tv last year thanks theory yeah joan with a jon allen series i can't remember the name of it yes the san malaysia i get this with the reason you keep publishing house like that of wto that's but like you know she she was a lot of people saw that in general she's so good all the time but she's mostly like me whitman done a lot of indy stuff yummy whitman as parenthood in his of suddenly this whole universe and author digitally she does have hina won the first time that i saw you his i remember me because i the movies at i reviewed for the movie guide were movies like this bridal decimation of lipford here in three of.
"jon allen" Discussed on First Take
"Because if it's close i haven't heard anybody say to donovan allah was lazy see we i'm going here but jon allen like this kid is a rotation it is a defensive tackle could be a great player of big strong physical guy in this guy's is a premium player he's an age russia two things you wanted pro football one quarter golden you just like we say the guy's a cover corn what are we really say well he didn't have to tackle a whole lot we cover guy you want an in the lineup that all of a sudden you're defense says okay he's out here what are you gonna do you try to block the tackle because if you do he's going to wreck your often so now you've got two options chip in the back keep another guy to return to protection to it he becomes a problem tis lining up out there is that easier to project an edge russia like that than an errand donald type in the middle it's just easier like the wind basketball easier project height than than than a guard because he plays on the edge in your conservative he's only open edge that's dangerous that's the side with a quarterback casey of common you can't teach what he has he comes off the ball very explosive i call them at age bender at me can edged in hit the quarterback in the back of his head that's a bad sign for your offense you don't like dealing with those guys looked at it ain't wants that guy you got that guy your defense is all been just little suspicious to me that a team that that like if that guys it that high that a team that has missed on quarterbacks before would even be looking at a guy with thirteen starts in college over this guy can get a quarterback it too.
"jon allen" Discussed on Jocko Podcast
"And in future in that is the forward of a book called brothers forever the net ford was written by jon allen who's retired four star marine corps general and the book which is about travis manion brendan looney is written by retired marine corps colonel tom manion travis's dead and we are honored today to have colonel manion on the podcast to give us some insight into the lives of these two amazing men welcome and thank you so much for coming on thanks remm meter guys honored to have you on here and i guess with a story like this we might as well go a little bit back to the beginning and a lot of travis's life folks at listen the podcast you may remember the name travis manion because when brian stand was on he talked quite a bit about about travis and how much travis helped brian try to learn how to wrestle try no offense brian he did his best to teach you but it was never your best skill set but obviously resting was a big part of his life and i'm gonna go to the book now in here we go he attended classes studied in rhode his papers but always thought wrestling would best prepare him for being a warrior leader on the battlefield this belief was reinforced by the qualities he saw in captain doug zambia zan back a two time all american wrestler navy who attended as many practices in as he could and frequently sparred with travis.