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Military Crackdown in Myanmar Escalates With Killing of Protesters
"Overseas now. Protests against the military coup claiming more lives in myanmar people reportedly killed the bloodiest day since the coup a month ago. Authorities reportedly firing live rounds demonstrators running for their lives the us embassy condemning the government violence. Here's abc's julia macfarlane tonight. In myanmar of violent crackdown police using tear gas stun grenades water cannons to break up unarmed crowd then reportedly opening fire. You and human rights officials say at least eighteen. Protesters killed dozens wounded chaotic scenes in hospitals as medical teams race to treat the injured for weeks a show of defiance in the streets. Often military generals seized power detaining. The elected leader aung san suu chief protesters demanding her government be reinstated at the un myanmar's ambassador making an emotional plea for help. We need fun. Uh strongest possible action from the intonation community ending his speech. They symbol of resistance but later state tv announcing that diplomat had been fun. Happy with tonight. The white house has released a statement saying the. Us is alarmed at the violence against peaceful. Protesters administration is now preparing further action against those involved. Wit jillian mcfarland. Our thanks to you
Frances McDormand Explains Why She Turned Down Press Requests for 10 Years
"Okay. We're going to move on to actress. Frances mcdormand so. She just made this bold confession. She says she turned out interviews for ten years and chance. Good recent the oscar winner told the new york times. It gave me a mystery back to who i was. And then the roles performed. I could take an audience to a place where someone who sold watches or perfume and magazines could not ooh that she a pull that off. Talk to me like with the studio. And say i'm not going to do any interviews. Well that is interesting. But you know who was famous for that trend's prince dude and that's why everybody loved him. He was so mysterious. He's one of the most mysterious unicorns ever. That's why i always say. I miss the days of times when we didn't know every single thing about celebrity. It's the reason why tom cruise came up and came up so hard. It's the reason why. Julia roberts has survived for so long because they gave you that. We didn't know about what they were eating about. What was in their frigerator as we didn't know where they were on vacation. But you also have to just remember that. This was years ago was ninety six when she started this remember. We only had the rag magazines and we had the big magazines and television shows. We didn't have all of this social media so now that's why everyone is putting everything out about what they do. Were like okay enough already. I don't do. You said about the scenario so i i think it was brilliant. Does it do you think they're still shame because to me i. I don't care if if i see a big celebrity coffee or watch or on a magazine cover. It doesn't really lowered their celebrity to me. I still value their are. And i don't mind seeing them in the movies. That doesn't distract me. Dad there's an opposite there's two sides to every story because there are some actors who look down on other actors can't get those endorsement deals. Who aren't you know making that extra coin but i think for for francis and garment. This is about her craft and she never wanted her craft ever be. I don't wanna say soil because it's not really solid but she didn't want white diamonds but i'll hawks. I'm white. i'm here for a chat about the art and her choices in the character because her first come out character was what fargo was in. That was a big deal so in order for you to maintain that you have to pick roles that bring that kind of eat. Attention or people is hollywood.
Bell close to Elliott on Road Courses
"Nascar cup series road course racing from the infield at daytona and this thing was amazing and we have another first time winner. Christopher bell crosses the line i picks up his very first career cup series win and number twenty car and he's essentially now locked into the playoffs as well as the all star race at texas to win my first race center. Of course is you know. I didn't expect that to happen now. And i've always had a tremendous amount of respect for the guys that are racing because it's a showcases talent artists especially just surreal to be as competitive as we were. Today i felt like delegates kind of. We're pretty well there. So that was really cool. Chases the benchmark for racing at the moment. And i feel like we're we're both my group is close. Say we're i mean my group might receive my arm honestly able to stay home and the myself for doing that because it's hard to do and especially at a record sri have so many heavy braking zones and ariza plenty of opportunities to make a mistake. But that i would. I would say that this was do my first julia bowl winner. Ride been in that position so many times and i was anxious nervous and then just focusing on it so that it was. It was definitely there but i was thinking that i was able to often mistake
New Yorkers should wear 2 masks until at least June
"Will remain in place in New York at least until June. Even as more and more people get vaccinated, even as more people get vaccinated. Mayor De Blasio wants to maintain safety and distance protocols until it least early summer and June is the earliest we would even consider Changing guidance around mass. And it may be that we continue that guidance for quite a while to pay and what's going on. His honor and Health Commissioner Dr Dave Choksi are very concerned about the variants that could be more infectious than the common strain. We also suggested that two masks and higher grade masks to become more common. And while optimism grows about the addition of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine City officials continue to be concerned about the number of cases in New York City and the seven day positivity rate currently at 7.32%, Julia Papa 10. 10 wins news President Biden says his administration planes to send
New York PD To Add 644 Additional Officers To Subway System Patrol
"Police announced that an additional 600 plus officers will now patrol the subways and Number, which actually falls short of what the FDA had wanted. Here's Julia Pop. It's an NYPD Transit chief, Kathleen O'Reilly came to the Union Square station with the announcement that 644 additional cops will be in the subway system. Republican expect to see the surge of uniformed presence in the subway system for the foreseeable future. Trolling platforms, securing entry ways and riding the trains more than 300 will be in uniform, Police Commissioner Dermot Shea told 10 10 wins crime is down in the subway. What we have is a lot of people don't feel safe because of what they see around them. It's not manifesting into reported crime always, but we need Tomo prove on that, and that's us the empty ate together and others and that includes prosecutors, Shea says. People getting arrested or released and are back in the system. Committing another crime. Juliet, Papa 10. 10 wins
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry expecting second child
"Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced today that they are expecting their second child. ABC is Julia MacFarland reports from London. Harry and Meghan made the announcement in typical style, accompanying their statement on the news with a black and white photograph of the Duchess of Sussex. Relaxed and lying on the grass with a beaming Harry. The photographer is a longtime friend of the couple, Misson Harriman. An activist photographer known for his images, capturing the Black Lives matter Movement In September Last year, he became the first black photographer to shoot the cover of British Vogue in its 104 year history. Julia McFarlane
Disney smashes streaming subscriber expectations
"We start off with disney delivering in its latest company smashing streaming expectations the stock higher in the after hours session. Let's get straight to julie abortion. Who is fresh off that disney call julia. Melissa earnings call underway right now. The stock up nearly three percent after the company exceeded expert expectations on the top line in reported a profit rather than the loss analysts anticipated. Now the two key areas in focus parks and streaming both outperformed expectations disney's streaming business outpaced projections going to ninety five million disney plus subscribers and one hundred and forty six million total direct. To consumer customer is now that includes hulu and espn plus that division grew revenue seventy three percent from the year earlier quarter especially pleased with the success of our correct. The consumer business and our recent strategic reorganization has enabled us to accelerate. The company. Said it was a dc first business model and further grow our streaming services disney plus has exceeded even our highest expectations. Meanwhile the parts visions revenue dropped less than anticipated down by fifty three percent the company announcing that covert has headed two point six billion dollar impact on the parks divisions operating income as a result of closures and reduced capacities. Where we've been able to reopen are with limited capacity guest have consistently demonstrated a willingness and a desire to visit which we believe is a testament to the fact that they feel confident. In the health and safety protocols we've put in place average daily attendance at walt disney world significantly from q for q one japex saying they're continuing to invest to build out different features of their parks and they said they are very pleased with the reservations and consumer interest in visiting parks. Melissa of course that's going to be in focus as they start to get to be able to increase their capacity in florida and are allowed to open up here in california. All right julia. Thank you julie. Borsen the latest on disney. Which is up three percent after hours. Dia dommie how do you like the stock. How do you like what they said on this. Call well kudos again. I mentioned the last night sort of took a pass on the kudos. I'll give it to her anyway. And tim who've been all over this and so listen. I'm not a huge fan of treadmills and this is going somewhere. Mel by the way suggest indulge me for a second but you get on a treadmill. You go eight miles an hour maybe walk. Maybe put down your honor for forty five minutes but when you get off your exactly where you started and i bring that up because listen. It's great that they keep adding people to disney plus i get it but as rich greenfield amongst. Many others pointed out our food down twenty-eight percent every year i'll tell you what that means because that's the game we play here but effectively a lot of ways that running in place. Now the naysayers will say. That's a bad thing. That's going to lead to decline in stock. And the optimists will say they're going to be able to monetize all those people there all by drew barrymore short with the delorean on it and those types of thing and maybe they'll go mr toad wild ride when the parks reopened. I'm not nearly as optimistic. So it's not a great ride valuations now or at levels where i don't think it necessarily should be okay and then it pick up on that point because i also read that tweet so this past quarter the arp average revenue per user was four dollars and three cents for disney plus and a year ago is five dollars and fifty six cents. Tim should we not care about this at this early stage of growth for disney for the streaming service. I don't think so. I mean i no. I don't think so. And i think you know guy may be like george jetson on the treadmill. I avoid treadmills i. I'd rather be out there and disney's running through the streets right now with with ninety five million and essentially when you add in hulu and espn plus. We heard those numbers. This strategic reorganization is part of the excitement. Here again. this division is up. Seventy three percent during a period when netflix is been in a sweet spot of engaged in couldn't be in a better position disney's outperform the stocks outperform disney from net flicks by almost forty percent since since august. But even over the last couple of years it's outperformed net flicks which we would all certainly agree is also making a move especially in terms of profitability. But again do we care about that. With netflix's should we care about that with disney when also they're showing that they can at least be profitable and their core business through very difficult times on the way out of kobe. So look i understand the profitability issues. At some point disney's got to create their own content. We know that's very expensive. But if you're asking me you know from from an investor's perspective. Am i happy with with the metrics that are driving the stock to move higher and thirty nine times five bucks. A share of two thousand and twenty two is is not expensive when you consider what is being paid for net flicks.
Disney smashes streaming subscriber expectations, boosting segments hurt by Covid
"We start off with disney delivering in its latest company smashing streaming expectations the stock higher in the after hours session. Let's get straight to julie abortion. Who is fresh off that disney call julia. Melissa earnings call underway right now. The stock up nearly three percent after the company exceeded expert expectations on the top line in reported a profit rather than the loss analysts anticipated. Now the two key areas in focus parks and streaming both outperformed expectations disney's streaming business outpaced projections going to ninety five million disney plus subscribers and one hundred and forty six million total direct. To consumer customer is now that includes hulu and espn plus that division grew revenue seventy three percent from the year earlier
Biden Administration Pauses Trump's TikTok Ban, Backs Off Pressure To Sell App
"About one of today's big stories, and I'll let Julia T Essa Thanks, Doug. What about an administration is signaling it will slow down an effort to force Tic tac toe unwind. It's US operations. Joining us to discuss is Nick Wadhams Bloomberg News State Department reporter. So this is something that former President Trump was very keen on in his final year of office. Is this a case of the bottom administration kind of saying this is not at the top of our priorities? Or is it more a case of Let's just hold on this and And investigate a little bit further. Well, it's ERM all of the above. One of the interesting wrinkles about this whole thing was after a lot of noise and Uh, stuff like that, with in the middle of the Trump administration, actually, a zoo the end approach. The election approached the Trump Administration to really sort of stepped off the gas on the TIC tac sale, So they had really pushed forward with this, but In the waning days of the administration, actually tick talk and the regulators and Oracle and Wal Mart the companies that were involved in this deal. We're actually having a hard time getting in touch with the officials who were responsible for Really pushing it through. So what we're seeing from the Biden administration is of their very much telegraphing that this is not a priority for them. They want to continue to go through to see how this went down. To see what happened. But this is not going to be something they're pushing for. At the same time, they're saying they're gonna let A separate process run its course, which is essentially US regulators looking into the terms of just bite dances, operations in the United States and potential security risks whether there's any transfer of American customer data back to China. That's continuing. Yes, we're told that representatives of bike dance, the parent company of Tic Tac have been talking to Sophia's over security guarantees. But this really goes to the nature of the U. S. China relations. They were very different. Under the Trump administration, from what we came to know, through the Obama administration and now with it, Biden administration. Is it going to be a little bit of mean reversion here or We really have to look at a new world that has been predicated on everything that happened under the Trump administration. Well, it xcar tingly, nuanced. On the one hand. It is very interesting the bike administration saying, Let's and we agree with the Trump administration's tougher tone toward China, and that's something there. They're going to continue, But they say that the devil is really in the detail. Okay, We agree with the strategy, but we do not Agree with the tactics and that was always one of the things about how the Trump administration went after this Tic Tac example was the perfect one because there were so many issues that the U. S. Has disputes with China over but singling out TIC Tac, this app that is extremely popular in the United States. It's not really clear. How American customer data could really be seriously threatened. It was always a nod one why they were going after Tic Tac in particular. So they're saying essentially that they're going to take a more strategic approach. Let's talk about
TPA Open Source Software Security with Jennifer Fernick
"Let's do a little background on you. Give us the thirty second overview of who you are and in what brings you here. Share name's stanford for nick. I'm the global head of research at nc secret which is a large cyber security consulting firm prior to this iran a security team at a large bank. I've been doing security for a very long time long before. I realized that it was an actual industry in profession and grew up through Do undergrad and my masters was in systems engineering. And then he's a phd student in cryptography. So my main focus area has historically been progress. But of course it's expanded to much more recently Currently i run a security team that has several hundred researchers at antique group. So you are in fact. One of those jokingly jobs and i always talk about in crypto. There's like five people the world qualified to talk about it. You probably one of those five hundred. If we're going to talk about post quantum crypto. Maybe i was really interested in. Public key crypto systems in how quantum computers could be used to break them. So that's specific staff of probably. Although less over time i guess as i've stepped into maybe a broader a broader role within. I need to get back on the show to talk about. Post quantum crypto kaz. Admittedly tell you. I have absolutely so little knowledge in that stays. It's not even funny all right so you we wanted to get this conversation. Getting kicked off around Around open source You've done some work in this in this area. Tell us a little bit about de get started their shirt so Of course at nc group we do like of security research and some of this is the more traditional vulnerability research so about a year and a half ago. Maybe there were a bunch of people that were getting very interested in figuring out. How do we better secure of open-source ecosystem because we know that there's been this sort of lacombe. Ole finding of random security bugs sometimes super inconsequential on super small projects. Sometimes absolutely massive about things like heart bleed so so like across time There's been there's been an uncovering in a very patchy way of vulnerabilities within open source software. So we were interested in really finding a way to coordinate impulse together and figure out what are some strategic steps forward in open source software security cool all right so look there. There has been so much raging debate And i use that word. Because it's almost like the windows versus lennox versus mac discussion. These days right turns into like a pseudo religious argument oval open source versus commercial software. Which one's better which one's more secure in insecurities Everyone goes and even if you had an app. Even for those of us have spurs one way or the other. You wait five minutes. And there's there's proof to the contrary so a you mentioned heart bleed right like then there's bash bog that forget the name of it but i mean if it had its own logo and i think we even made a theme song for crying out loud like it got it. It's gotten a little absurd. Yeah people are spending too much time marketing. Their bugs navy. But but you know we we open ourselves stuff was such a. I guess a revelation or wakeup call for a lot of us because there was this there was this belief that somehow open source. Stuff is you know. can infallible. Like all right. There's so many people looking at it and you know it's being reviewed in real time. It's the community. Always like their community has the opportunity to bug on either. We didn't or or there's something wrong with that argument. Yeah there's this tragedy of the comments thing that happens around open source software where we assume that just because someone can look at it. Someone has And we also assume that if someone's looking at it they are not an adversary and totally wanna do a responsible coordinated disclosure which is not often or not necessarily always the case so the i think hardly really opened our eyes to the impact that these bugs can have. I mean if you think about it. This was wet like spring. Twenty fourteen that this came out in public Showed us what the risk really looks like in practice you know. There was a single critical vulnerability found within an individual open source project that was maintained by only a few volunteers recall correctly. Like maybe one person was working on it. Fulltime and this was like the underlying infrastructure for like a non trivial portion of the entire internet yet and it compromises security of. I think it was like seventeen or somewhere. Unplug percent of all of the web servers on the internet. And it's like. I think this really shows us how like important. These software systems are and how many dependencies trace back to open source software. So when people are having this debate what is more secure open source or proprietary software. Obviously there's trade offs right. Proprietary can't necessarily have everyone look at the source but you're at least guaranteeing that someone probably is looking at the source an all of these other things but i mean it's it almost becomes a moot point to me because whether you make a case for proprietary software being more secure or open source software being more secure weather proprietary or open source. There's often dependencies upon core pieces of infrastructure that are open source so finding a way to secure these things matters and out of like what came with heart lead. The lennox foundation started like the core infrastructure initiative which put millions of dollars into helping secure open source software. So really open necessarily just kind of the next phase of of that work effort will be good excellent point because this is something that the scene repeatedly because a lot of the the foundations of nobody writes all their libraries right. I mean only the insane Scratch even when. I was the world's worst developer a million years ago. There would still be things you would include you do from other y- find something like okay. I need to know how to do. X y and z. Like i have no idea how to write. I'm gonna go find a l and include that. I can bring in pop that in want to use somebody else's optimized i don't have threat from scratch. Brilliant web apps are the greatest way to see this in action because there's just tons of frameworks plug ins and whatever and a lot of that stuff is open source maintained by the community and then we find out that there are a event julia every once in a while we find a massive bugs in in some of these things and then we gotta go hunting and got to realize that A lot of the commercial products out there have been source things inside them. That are vulnerable that it will like okay. So how do we fix this now. Yeah and like those transitive. Dependencies can often go many layers deep lake sometimes depending on something. That's depending on something. That's depending on open source library. Which itself is depending on some other open source component and often it can go many layers steve unlike just understanding those transitive dependencies where that risk comes into any product. Yet open source or commercial is very hard. It's something that Organizations don't necessarily do The organizations that rely upon these critical things don't always finds them or study them at the depth that you might expect that they would. So there's a definite need for folks that are interested in doing security research in working with open source maintainers to really come together and pull in the same direction. Otherwise we just have this infinite like finding of random bugs but if you think about. I don't know the statistics that ucla seve owner vulnerability databases. There's tens of thousands of vulnerabilities disclosed every year. That gets vs. There's way more than that that are being disclosed. That maybe don't tv's there's even more than that that are being found in not patched and there's probably even more than that being created input into existence so when we think about just the massive stale at which there exist 'vulnerability in sourcing beyond Clearly something needs to change in in the ways that we develop software in the ways that we secure software throat like this. Dlc in in what happens when we integrate these at risk components. So
Michigan man killed after cannon explodes at baby shower
"We need to talk about normal people using cannons over the weekend. A couple in gaines township michigan held a baby shower except there was one problem. They fired off a cannon and the gunpowder inside the cannon exploded factoring. it's metal frame. Launching into the air that shrapnel killed a person police have said that the firing of said cannon wasn't meant to be part of agenda reveals stunt agenda reveals. Stunts have caused major concerns recently especially since over the summer when caused
SAG Award Nominations 2021: ‘The Crown’ Dominates TV
"SAG awards nominations are coming in as we speak. Saggy wagon. Fag Don't like the word sag. Yeah, it's generally a negative connotation, but For actors. It's a good one. These air tip typically held. Yeah. Usually in Hollywood. That would be frowned upon s. So they're typically held in January. 50 back to April 4th and the ceremony's gonna air on TNT and TBS. That's a good way to miss it. What? Five o'clock in the afternoon, Right? Here's a good one. Um The Screen Actors Guild Award nominations for best actress in a drama Syriza's The nominees are Listen to this. Gillian Anderson. The crown Olivia Colman. Yes, the crown? Yes. Emma Corrine. The crown. Julia Garner. Those are sure Laura Linney. Those are sure. Five nominations to shows represented the crown. The crown the crown Ozark, Ozark. What's up with that idea?
St. John's shuts down No. 3 Villanova in 70-59 upset
"Pasha Alexander scored sixteen points in St John's help third ranked Villanova to thirty two percent shooting in a seventy fifty nine upset of the Wildcats Julia champion he scored all fourteen of his points in the second half as coach Mike Anderson's team won its fifth in a row D. backs nobody knows we get rid of Facebook say this is it's a great challenge it's a great opportunity we took the challenge on them now during the week we made it work the owner of a committed seventeen turnovers in ending a nine game winning streak the Wildcats fell behind fifty eight forty one with about six forty five left and we're held twelve points below their previous season low Caleb Daniel scored sixteen points for Villanova and Jeremiah Robinson Earl had fourteen I'm Dave Ferrie
"How has food. Tv changed over time. And how has it changed us. All not just us gastropod. That's right. you're listening to gastropod the podcast. That looks at food through the lens of science and history. I'm cynthia graber. And i'm nicola twilley and this episode. We're taking a spin around the dial which sounds medieval but believe us when we say. Tv's used to not have remotes. You had to literally spin odile. Even i barely remember those wild and wonderful days. This episode is supported in part by cabot. Creamery cabot is a co-op of new england and new york dairy farmers who make award winning cheeses with pure rich milk straight from family farms their specialty cheeses include unique flavors like roasted garlic cheddar and their team of cheese graders indirect with every batch to ensure award-winning quality. Go to cabinet. She's dot com to find out where to buy cabot near you there. You'll also find pairings how to videos and delicious comfort food recipes like the best mac and cheese and more the first thing to know about the very earliest food. Tv wasn't actually on tv. It was on the radio almost as soon as a radio came into being in the nineteen twenties in the us food radio came into being. It was a really easy way for programs to be created because they were easy and cheap. They were obvious outlets for advertising for sponsorship for food products and appliances. So that's where we saw food before. Tv was even a twinkle in the eye. Kathleen collins is a librarian and professor at john jay college of criminal justice and she's the author of the book watching what we eat. The evolution of television cooking shows the stars of these very first food shows. Were hardly stars in today's cents. These radio shows were unglamorous. It was all teaching housewives. How to economize and optimize and generally do all their chores. Better one of the not remotely. Glamorous stars was a woman named and sammy who we can only imagine was supposed to be the wife of uncle sam which is kind of disturbing. She wasn't actually a person. It was a program delivered by an arm of the. Usda and the she was not just one person but several different actors around the country. Adopting regional accents similarly a figure. That's much more well known was betty crocker. She actually started on the radio and like aunt. Sammy was played by many different actresses and she was one of the first we. Could i guess call her one of the first cooking teachers in broadcasting And we have some fun you one for. You are cooking lessons. This week is on some new christmas cookies. And besides that with sending seven ethically recipes to order numbers of schools who had indicated that they want the wednesday menu ambassador. I hope you'll be sure to watch for them on. Sammy's show was called housekeepers. Chat and betty crocker's was the slightly more enticing cooking school of the air. That sounds as though it was all about meringues and souffles and all things fluffy which it decidedly was not and then the very first television station came into being in the nineteen twenties though at the time the technology was still super experimental and people did not have. Tv's in their homes yet. Even as late as nineteen fifty only nine percent of american homes had a tv set. Foot made the jump to tv before. Tv even made the jump to people's living rooms so more megan was thirst. Tv shafran her snapple titled Tv show was called suggestions for dishes to be prepared and cooked in fifteen minutes and that demonstrated single ring. Cookery back in hundred thirty six. This is julie smith. She's a food writer. And podcast and the author of a new book called taste and the tv chef and she's british so i will translate for her single ring. Cookery means the kind of thing you can make on just one burner in your bed. Sit which is british for a studio apartment. Thanks for the cross pen translation of my uses as well as my bizarre accident. True also interesting. Megan was doing this. Fifteen minute meal about eighty years. Before jamie oliver's tv show and book of the same title. We have a picture of her filming her show dressed in. What looks like a raincoat on our website. Glamour personified where was i but by the nineteen forties food. Tv show started showing up for real in the us to the shows were cheap to produce and they were sponsored by kitchen and food companies and they were pretty boring. It was a very practical probably rather dry and yet a lot of the airtime was filled with these programs in different markets around the country. These shows obviously targeted at women most. Tv's at the time. Were actually in public places rather than homes especially bars where there weren't a lot of housewives. There was a show actually the first national televised. Tv show was james beard and it started in the mid nineteen forties and despite everything i just said about how most of the tv shows and the radio shows were led by home. Economists james beard was not a home economist. He was a gourmet and he was really all about the food and so it was a little strange to have this show on. Tv in a bar being watched by men james beard was kind of a one off for a long time but still here we go right off the bat you can see a gender divide in food tv women were the ones who were proper and teaching viewers had cook the man a ormond. Just appreciate food for food. Food was a chore for women and a pleasure for men until the only lucas came along. So diani lucas. Like james beard was a bit of an anachronism. She was a cordon bleu trained chef. Who was born in. Britain came from a very artistically oriented family. Do you only had a restaurant and cooking school in new york and she treated the kitchen as her art studio. it was her serious creative outlet. Her recipes were complex and mostly french. And they took a lot of time to make she was also kind of a taskmaster her british accent and her scraped back hair and she did not cut corners. But kathleen says the. Tony did occasionally have a little sparkle in her eye. Like when she told viewers to use as much rama's they liked or needed in their cribs. Suzanne that show was on the evening and prime time and it ran from nineteen forty seven until nineteen fifty-six but she was kind of ahead of her time. I would not be surprised if many of your listeners have never heard of the oni lucas. She just came along at the wrong time for the public. Viewing audience at diani did have a big influence on one particularly important person. Julia child the french chef. I'm doolittle she was a california girl. She was not a spy for the cia before being cooking show guru as many people think she was a research assistant at the oh s the precursor to the cia but she was really one of these happy accidents. She married paul child who had a foreign service assignment. in france. They moved to france and she fell in love with food. And she got herself trained. You know at the core blows school which was really challenging as a woman and she just became. You know a master in nineteen sixty one. Julia published a book with two other. Women called mastering the art of french. Cooking it is eight home and that seven hundred fifty. Two page book provided the kick. That landed julia in front of millions of viewers happen was. Julia was doing the rounds promoting her book and she'd been invited onto a book show hosted by a local professor on w. g. b. h. Which is the boston public. Tv station and she decided she didn't want to just talk with the professor. She wanted to cook. She wanted to teach him how to make a proper french omelette. The professor wasn't a particularly skilled cook in this live tv cooking class but people wrote into the show after it aired. They called julia a hoot and the producer thought. Julia was incredibly well-spoken so gbh gave her her own show. It would eventually become the french chef. The show was a huge hit. It was on national. Tv for three decades and it not only made julia household name but it also kind of launched the modern era of food
Alexei Navalny: Putin critic's wife Yulia Navalnaya fined for breaking protest rules
"Moscow find the wife of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny 265 Bucks for violating protest regulations. Julia novel, Naya had attended the demonstration in the capital to demand her husband's release from jail. Tens of thousands of people protest it across Russia's 11 time zones yesterday, demanding police free navalny. President Vladimir Putin's fiercest critic.
Blizzard conditions eye New York, New Jersey as nor’easter bears down
"All that going on, we have activated the 10 10 windstorm desk with a very capable Juliet Papa in charge of operations this morning, Julia On Good Morning League and morning, everybody howling winds blowing snow, But the Salter Sanders and Plows are on the move. And New York City Emergency Management Commissioner Dan Creswell tells us I do strongly encourage all New Yorkers to stay off the road. And if you must travel, please use mass transit. But even mass transit is limited. So check your schedules, and in fact, his Karen Stewart just told us Metro north poof. That's the end of that. That's if you're going anywhere at all. Mayor de Blasio declaring a state of emergency in New York City, only essentials on the road starting next hour, but our reporters air out there at all hours, so let's hear from them right now. First checking with 10 10 wins reporter Glenn Schuck looking no doubt it an empty times Square. Glenn, what's it look like out there? It's you know, it's the place. You kind of want to be in a snowstorm in New York City. It's pretty cool. I did see some emergency vehicles here. Juliet. When I pulled up about 10 minutes ago, there's a number of F D N Y. So I was concerned, but they say they're just kind of parked in the middle of these intersections to Make sure that there's not anyone here and it seems to be working. Actually, I was surprised how bad the side streets are already here in midtown there bad. I mean, they're barely passable. Is that came up? Leave was 52nd Street almost got stuck several times coming in from New Jersey. Was actually less snow in northern New Jersey. I should stay then I encountered when I came into midtown Juliet, so it's one of those days again, for sure you can probably make it in. But Why would you want to bother? So we're gonna get out kind of walk around. See, I'm watching some people by the TKTS booth actually taking some photos of the snow here in Times Square, so maybe I'll go chat with them. But again, it is very dangerous already and certainly would not recommend even making an attempt. Getting out here is well, so Just be careful, Juliet.
Russian police crack down on protests over opposition leader's arrest
"Anti Kremlin protesters have been arrested in the second week of nationwide demonstrations, ABC Julia MacFarland reports. Hundreds detained in Moscow Russian police have closed metro stations and are restricting movement in the capital as protests begin across the country in support of jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny. He was jailed on his return to Russia after recovering from an assassination attempt He's accused of not Implying with
Guanajuato And Quertaro
"Moon guidebook author. Julia joins us now in an interview. We recorded prior to the kobe outbreak. One reason i haven't explored mexico as much as i'd like to. Maybe because i have a hard time pronouncing the pounds. But i think three towns near mexico city that really are like household words for anybody who loves exploring. Mexico are what those three towns. There's semi i n de guanajuato and kenneth at all and you could rent a car and being these towns. What a couple of hours. Yeah it's probably about two and a half to three hours to cut it that. Oh that's the closest san miguel. You're looking at probably about four hours to get there from mexico. City you can hop in a bus doesn't really nice comfortable bus lines or you could rent a car to. Would you do it. If you're flying into mexico city to get to these towns you know. I would take the bus. There are actually buses that come right out of the airport in mexico city to get at that oh and for their. It's you know striking distance to san miguel. So it's it's pretty easy to get around by bus. There's lots of great bus lines. They make it convenient so julie just so we can kind of get our bearings. Give me a quick thumbnail. Sketch of the three towns. Well going to what those starting with. That is a university town with a beautiful colonial central. San miguel day in day is a very laid-back. Small town that also has a very rich history and at the is a medium sized city where you'll get a mix of a lot of different things some business and a beautiful centro also plays really worth visiting julia. If you had to do your sightseeing before you started your actual bake ation. We'll be on your list. What are the top two or three things you gotta see in this town. Well i would start by wandering around the plazas and looking at all of the churches and baroque mansions throughout the central. One place worth visiting. Is the candidate that oh art museum. It's housed in an augustinian convent from the seventeenth century. So the building itself makes it worth a visit but they also have very interesting contemporary work by mexican artists other local artists. So i would definitely put that on my list in between to the market. The makoto crews would you find Artisanal things that come in from the countryside is at a farmers market. What would you be wondering through there. It's mostly a food marquette. And i really recommend visiting it because it gives you a very unique opportunity to wander through a really big bustling city market that again is not touristy at all so you're really getting a glimpse in mexican culture but you're not You know there's other people with their cameras out you feel like you're really getting an authentic experience there but it's also very clean and friendly and easy to navigate. It's not as overwhelming some of the big markets in mexico city say but it has a very similar atmosphere so i think it's a really cool place. I love visiting that. I mean in get at the dell in when you're there wandering through that market and just a little bit hungry. What are some of the regional. Specialties you look forward to trying well. One thing that is very typical of kenneth at o. Are gore dita's which is a big round. Corn cake flattened by hand. And then it's cooked on a griddle and it's usually stuffed with something like pork or she's no prickly pear cactus which is very popular to eat in whole area because the grow everywhere negro really the cactus pear do you call it Yeah and it's called the in mexico tuna. Yes and when you see tune on the menu. It's does not. Tuna fish actually refers to prickly pear fruit. Which is very popular especially in this region because these Cactuses grow everywhere. Wild
"julia" Discussed on CREATE with Katrina Julia
"You can see in the behind the scenes. Either on my youtube channel. Are you can head over to the blog in the show notes and find it there as well. The youtube link on pinterest as of this recording. It's not updated on in the blog. But i will. And in the meantime you can definitely find my youtube channel. Depending on how quickly listen to this and or you can also find it on my tv so amazing you is another thing all throughout the experience experience beautiful moments like the peacock posing and letting me get close to in crouch down next to the peacock see can see some of those images than drinking straight out of a coconut which is absolutely one of my favorite things to do. I love coconuts. I also learned incredible stories. Like don had. I not only surviving a venomous snake. By killing the state to the farm felt like family. In every way is such a precious visit in such. A person is part of my memories here in costa rica. You can find jason undress on airbnb and airbnb experiences. They also have glamping and other experiences on the farm You can look by laugher too. Not costa rica can also go directly to his instagram villas underscore blast underscore cr and villas with two else. So it's v i l. l. a. s. underscore last b. l. e. s. d. underscore. Cr as you can see here. There are limitless adventures in and near laugher too. Nicholas street guy. You will fall in love with the puerto viata. I feel like a lifetime is passed. This week is blowing my own brain stay tuned because the adventures are just getting good offer to now. What would you do for experiences. I shared in a week in a near offer to now traveling soon or you a content creator entrepreneur to. You'll love my related link that i share in the link in the show notes at the very bottom of this block post on one week adventures law for two now of creating content. When you travel or my previous social media series on the show that you can scroll back a couple of series before buying to among many others on wellness marketing biz travel. So if you leave a review you guys. I always always shutouts on the subsequent show like once i see it and if you screenshot tag us on social media on any channel at katrina julia fit at fittler of creation atlas global girl i will reshare and as always guys remember create transform and inspire because you are born to odd tabs on well-meant money. Marketing did listen. Travels to create a life already head on over to the blog. The podcast and the threes to jump. Start your transformation. You're ready to dive into online courses. The live of that or the retreat. And if you wanted to create with our community on an even deeper level definitely check out. Our internships are influencer. Claverie managed and ran engage. Let's it..
"julia" Discussed on A Podcast of One's Own with Julia Gillard
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"julia" Discussed on A Podcast of One's Own with Julia Gillard
"An always fantas style of ladyship refreshing now is head of the australian council of trade unions. Sally is leading the conversation about the impact of the pandemic on the economy and working life unlike earlier disruptions often major adjustments in the economy iran manufacturing affecting time mile jobs covid nineteen disproportionately bang about women's work. We saying the impact on part-time casual work the hospitality travel and tourism industries. Sickness where the workforce tends to be a feminist one. It's become clear we need more secure jobs and less sick maintained light before the new ways of working we a pioneering now could and should stay with us and give us more flexible and gender responsive workplaces. My conversation with sally took place before curving really made an impact. So we didn't discuss these issues but i conversation went in directions. I hadn't experienced before in podcasting and really experienced in conversations with other women seven said she done things she was white for it. good at. It's so unusual to hear a woman. Say good things issues telling me a bad childhood soccer dreams. Well this is why back in the dice obese. Would've been in the early eighties. And i was really good at soccer. And i had two younger brothers so sort of used to roughing it with my brothers and always the name to stronger than them to until i hit puberty and that was something i was happy about but anyway i was. I used to play soccer at lunchtime with the boys. The boys doing so. I used to play soccer after school and the coach would just let me join in and always the best in the team and really really wanted to play because it go to the way candid that be the match on and i couldn't fly because ridiculous rules saying that goes couldn't play in the boys teams. They ended up taking it to through the hierarchy of the soccer club and they had a meeting in that. Assad no goes cop. Line the team and for me as a ten year old it just same so ridiculous but so deeply unfair like this is something that i love but not only did i love. I was better than all the like. Why couldn't i use that skill at a my simple child mind back then. I thought well it's just because i'm not a boy. Well that's it so. I bought my brother's school uniform and i went to school the next day and are lined up in the boys line and i said i'm no longest sally shine and that's it. I thought that that would as a successful way of getting into the soccer team. Now did that word. Disaster a total disaster. That school didn't react well. My parents certainly did not react. Well i think thought it was probably more than it was. It was just simply may wanting to play soccer. I'm sure schools would deal with this much better these days but they did not deal with it. Well so i remember the next time on the sent me to school with the clip. Some buzzy my hair which julie ripped off the minute. I got around the corner but unfortunately it didn't make it into the soccer team selling so f- recognition of talent is something we see two little off-limits women even in leadership positions. This makes me think of a discussion. I had with. Hannah fry was a mathematician broadcaster author and journalist. Hannah replies max to human behavior looking for where you wouldn't expect to find them in fact in two thousand eighteen..
"julia" Discussed on A Podcast of One's Own with Julia Gillard
"Hello listeners will here. We are at the end of twenty twenty. Finally this is year any of us wanted. And if you feel as though you're limping through to the end of it you're not align wave face challenges individually and collectively as a result of covid nineteen. It's been a big adjustment for all of us to navigate life in this you way. I now familiar. Normally spain. the traveling the world for the different roles zion to take for organizations like the global institute for women's leadership and the global partnership for education. This year. I've been very much at home in adelaide. I've missed face to face. Contact the new places in the energy ideas and excitement that generated in a room full of people but there have been some upsides to not traveling. My bay my life. And i've been to sing more of my family including baby here for the start of my new great nieces life. Baby gwen joined us july. I've come to both the lies and love digital platforms and new ways of communicating and fortunately with global commitments paying online in the middle of the night has been far too common experience this year. Podcast of oncein reflected the new normal chilly while i haven't been to travel my conversations of still traverse the globe back from the safety of my home. Many of my guests reflect on the pandemics impact on gender inequality we have discussed women. The workforce and how we structure working lives leadership. And what. We want a nate from our world. Latest now they seems to be a race thinking of the traditional styles of leadership and a focus on the need to incorporate other traits like kindness empathy and compassion as we approach the end of twenty twenty. I've gone back through the many episodes we've released the and picked up some of my favorite discussions for you to enjoy someone. I've always admired. Is sally mcmanus of non sally. For many years three professional life an always fantas style of ladyship refreshing now is head of the australian council of trade unions. Sally is leading the conversation about the impact of the pandemic on the economy and working life unlike earlier disruptions often major adjustments in the economy iran manufacturing affecting time mile jobs covid nineteen disproportionately bang about women's work. We saying the impact on part-time casual work the hospitality travel and tourism industries. Sickness where the workforce tends to be a feminist one. It's become clear we need more secure jobs and less sick maintained light before the new ways of working we a pioneering now could and should stay with us and give us more flexible and gender responsive workplaces. My conversation with sally took place before curving really made an impact. So we didn't discuss these issues but i conversation went in directions. I hadn't experienced before in podcasting and really experienced in conversations with other women seven said she done things she was white for it. good at. It's so unusual to hear a woman. Say good things issues telling me a bad childhood soccer dreams. Well this is why back in the dice obese. Would've been in the early eighties. And i was really good at soccer. And i had two younger brothers so sort of used to roughing it with my brothers and always the name to stronger than them to until i hit puberty and that was something i was happy about but anyway i was. I used to play soccer at lunchtime with the boys. The boys doing so. I used to play soccer after school and the coach would just let me join in and always the best in the team and really really wanted to play because it go to the way candid that be the match on and i couldn't fly because ridiculous rules saying that goes couldn't play in the boys teams. They ended up taking it to through the hierarchy of the soccer club and they had a meeting in that. Assad no goes cop. Line the team and for me as a ten year old it just same so ridiculous but so deeply unfair like this is something that i love but not only did i love. I was better than all the like. Why couldn't i use that skill at a my simple child mind back then. I thought well it's just because i'm not a boy. Well that's it so. I bought my brother's school uniform and i went to school the next day and are lined up in the boys line and i said i'm no longest sally shine and that's it. I thought that that would as a successful way of getting into the soccer team. Now did that word. Disaster a total disaster. That school didn't react well. My parents certainly did not react. Well i think thought it was probably more than it was. It was just simply may wanting to play soccer. I'm sure schools would deal with this much better these days but they did not deal with it. Well so i remember the next time on the sent me to school with the clip. Some buzzy my hair which julie ripped off the minute. I got around the corner but unfortunately it didn't make it into the soccer team
"julia" Discussed on CREATE with Katrina Julia
"Rachel hollis disney nike today view regardless of the outcome and as i always share you guys create transform and inspire legu- are born to last but not least love limitless. -ly this year has taught me to love. Limitless lead myself and others to forgive mislead my life verses one john for eighteen perfect love drives out off year in moment by moment. This has shown up for me all year and continues to i hope and pray it does for you all reminded to love ourselves and others limitless. -ly sometimes it's up closed. Sometimes it's from a distance. The choice to forgive and lovely is always there ten things to be grateful for in twenty twenty from the start of your story to loving limits the countless ways to have gratitude in twenty twenty. Imagine you being with gratitude. Imagine choosing gratitude. I would love to see and hear your gratitude lists twenty twenty. If you love this. Please leave a review for the show. And i will shot you out on an episode and please take a peek at our freebies like the summit that i shared tags on stories on social media at katrina julia bit Live chretien for a reshare and so much more. Thank you so much for tuning in and let's create transform and inspire because we are born to all tabs on stay well man's money marketing business and travel to create a life head on over to the blog with the podcast and the threes to jump. Start your transformation. You're ready to dive into online courses. The live event or the retreat. And if you want to create with our community on an even deeper level definitely check out. Our internships are influence or collaborations managed and brand engagements let's create..
"julia" Discussed on CREATE with Katrina Julia
"Super focused on one to two to three things daily set up weekly goals. Kpi's in track them. So this helps you level up in many many ways by taking action in any of these steps you will transform your life from the inside out. I can't wait to see how you transform an guys as always take screenshot share tag us on the show tag on your channels At limitless global girl. Right now at katrina. Julia and both channels and At fit life creation. We will reshare. And if you leave a review on the show. I will also shot out on the show because helps us it helps you et cetera. And as always remember create transform and inspire. You are born to all tabs on. Stay well money. Marketing business travel to create a life visit already head on over to the blog. The podcast and the threes to jumpstart your transformation. You're ready to dive into the online courses. The live of that or the retreat. And if you wanted to create with our community on an even deeper level definitely check out. Our ships are influenced her collaborations management and engaging. Let's create it..
"julia" Discussed on CREATE with Katrina Julia
"Appropriate with katrina julia. This is all about helping you. Create a life and business. You hands on with tips tools and technology. It's about the freedom freedom of expression of time of location of an ultimate financial freedom. I understand the struggle. I've been there. I've walked through and continue to lock it walking from fear to fate devaluing sell pre to love calling and bondage dollars. So it's been a journey as you can see walking dead right there with you on your own. Green a life and business learn all the themes about wellness about how about lifestyle and travel. You will learn how creating it and how you can create it too. So who am i. I'm katrina julia. Lifestyle entrepreneur a creator. Traveling let's talk about.
"julia" Discussed on CREATE with Katrina Julia
"Appropriate With. Katrina Julia. This is all about helping you create a life. And business you. Hands on with tips. Tools and technology. It's about the freedom. Freedom of expression. Of Time. Of Location. Of. An ultimate. Financial Freedom I understand the struggle. I've been there. I've walked through and continue to walk it. Walking fear to. Fate. Devaluing. Pre to love. Calling and bondage three dollars. So it's been. A journey as you can see. Walking. Dead Right there with you on your own. Green a life. And Business. Learn all the themes about wellness. About how about lifestyle and travel? You will learn how creating it and how you can create it too. So who am I I'm Katrina Julia Lifestyle Entrepreneur. A CREATOR AT A. Welcome back to the wellness wonder series, and in this episode on diving deeper on the transformation tools or your health, the best tools to transform your health from the inside out. So you may have heard of lifestyle transformation or a lifestyle brand are maybe you clicked because you want to transform your health to get ready for the transformation rules for your health consider that transforming your health maybe easier than you see. Over five years ago, if you haven't heard my story, I was fifty five pounds heavier and typically consumed alcohol one to two times weekly. For. Years I struggled with Hell. Yoyoing I made it about the external versus the eternal the internal I focused on solely myself vs on also helping others once I right sized my approach everything changed. Might transformation from the inside how became possible starting with transformation tools for health I understand the struggle if I did it. So can you friend? Let's talk about the transformation tools for your hell the first let me give you a bit.
"julia" Discussed on CREATE with Katrina Julia
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"julia" Discussed on CREATE with Katrina Julia
"Not, enough. So. I hope this. Worship. Walk you by and this wellness wonder series as well as my faith series along with the online travel and money and Biz series have been encouraging. You have been blessing you during whatever time you find yourself listening to this and I, hope you join me in the future or on another worship walk that I'd take you along and again if you are loving this and you would love to see more avenues, I will happily add this update this more often. In my content series because this is something I am trying out in the midst of my wellness series face series, etc to provide encouragement and uplifting and prayer from several different angles because we are human beings that have experiences spiritually an practically and mentally, and emotionally in a number of different levels, the impact us and financially and physically as well. So thank you so much for tuning in and as always friends remember, create, Transform, and inspire because you are born to. Your. PODCAST. With. Katrina Julia. All about helping you create a life. And business you was. He ends. With tips. Tools and technology. It's about the freedom. Freedom of expression. Of Time. Of Location. Of. An ultimate. Financial Freedom. I understand the struggle. I've been there. I've walked through and continue to walk. Walking. Devaluing. Sell three to love. Corporate to calling and bondage three dollars. So. It's been wide a journey as you can see. Walking right there. On. Your. Own. To Green a life. And Business, you Learn all the themes about wellness. About how about lifestyle and travel you will learn how I'm creating it and how you can create it too. So who am I I'm Katrina Julia I'm a lifestyle entrepreneur. Creator. Traveling. All. Stay well. Money Marketing Business and travel. Wife and Head on over to the blog, the podcast and the threes to jumpstart your transformation. You're ready to dive into online courses. The live of is. Wanted Free with our community on an even deeper level. Definitely, check out our internships are influencers, collaboration management, and grand. Let's create it..
"julia" Discussed on CREATE with Katrina Julia
"Welcome back you guys to the creed it with Katrina Julia show. So as part of this focus on wellness and wellness wonder I was inspired to take you guys along on a walk with me on a worship. That helps you focus on elevating your thoughts to it's excellent, worthy and Praiseworthy along with music. To help you along on your journey and on your walk. So the first song that's up is psalms one hundred and thirty nine by Sarah Rees. And the second song is keep the fade by. Del Harris. And the third song is going to be with hope all things are possible by Delaware Harris as well. So whether you take this episode in this walk along in your neighborhood down the street or to a park wherever you take this show this episode an me along with you on this walk I pray this blesses you pray that you return to this over and over and over anytime that you need some uplifting. And thinking about things that you are grateful for and reframing your perspective from pain to purpose. So I hear Sarah. Oh You're. cleanly. So I read, this is not. A couple of months. owned. Says, you're setting your. Height was to use low. Whatever? Arms. The. And.
"julia" Discussed on CREATE with Katrina Julia
"Which you can explore in the show notes in fees, go to the meal plan could register for a free wellness profile learn more there. So four scoops a of pumpkin spice herbalife two scoops of herbalife rebuild twenty four, which by itself you guys taste like you who the chocolate drink. Is absolutely amazing. One of my favorite things to make chocolate Mousse with Sino. That's a whole nother thing. So that's number two, number three is egg whites but a quarter cup. Number four is about a half a cup of peanut butter number five is a cup of oats. Numbers. Six. Coconut, flakes and cinnamon for the toppings. So the first five ingredients, literally, you guys jump in a big bowl mix it all up you may be okay for you consistency. Wise. You may need to add in a little bit more water. And just mix it mix it makes it and then once it's adequately blended, it should be pretty thick. So not liquidity at all. And hard to stir and enroll basically in make little balls. Sprinkle it with the cinnamon and coconut flakes and pop it in the fridge for a couple hours and boom. It's done. Like A- boss. Thank you guys much for tuning in to my episode, and as always you guys remember crea transform and inspire because you are born to in stay tune for more on help be like a boss and my other boss like a boss series. Hundred. That's outcome. On. Cow. Clouds'll. With any Katrina Julia. All about helping you create a life. And business you. He ends on with tips. Tools and technology. It's about freedom. Freedom of expression. Of Time. Of Community. An ultimate. Financial Freedom. I understand the struggle. I've been there. I've walked through and. Walk. Walking from. Devaluing. Love. Corporate to calling and bondage. So it's been. A journey as you can see. Walking right there with you on your own. Life And business you. Learn all the themes about wellness. About legal about lifestyle and scrabble, you will learn how And how you can create it you. I'm Katrina Julia I'm a lifestyle entreprenuer. Creator. Travel. Stay. well-meant. Money. Martin. Listen travel. The life and already. Head on over to the blog, the podcast and the threes to jumpstart your transfer make. You're ready to dive into the online courses. The live event. Or the retreat, and if you wanted to three years with our community on an even deeper level. Definitely, check out our internships are influence or collaboration manage. And brand engagement. Let's create it..
"julia" Discussed on CREATE with Katrina Julia
"When but that's when it really matters. That's when your characters bill that is when you are chiseled like iron. When you choose to fight for faith for hope for love for joy for abundance for gratitude. No matter what. That will stay with you. And even more importantly when things start happening. In shifting because they will frame they will I promise they will keep fighting. Not only will you inspire others in ways you never ever ever imagine? Though when things start shifting in the natural in your circumstances, you will have so much more joy gratitude because you set that foundation and then also, and this is something else I always express. You have a choice. You can either sit and wallow in that pain and again I know it's hard not discounting it. But, you can choose to turn that pain to purpose I share in prior episodes high walk through domestic violence situations or how my best friend passed away from cancer. One of my best friends in two thousand thirteen. But I chose to take those situations, turn pain to purpose or to turn financial hardship and turn it from pain to purpose. So what I mean by that? I can choose to learn the lessons I can choose to share with others might journey I can choose to help others on their journey along the way relate to others. So that that pain serves a purpose for people on the planet and I promise you friends when you do that. You're prophets will mean something and then you will also allocate your profits. To the greater good 'til. Like I'm working on my books right now passionless purpose equals prophets and my book from paying to purpose, and you can see that Wa- Pad I share that in the pet episodes to, and I'm Katrina Julia Crazy on what pad. That it changes everything like my prophets. And clear that right now I'm giving over twelve percent. To Help in homelessness and cancer military vets, battered women, and help serve in ways to help people focus on the eternal. So. I hope those self love tips helped you guys in countless ways. And feel free to screen shot Lieber Review. Tag. ME Julia Fit. At Fit Chretien if you leave a review, I shout on the show and as always friends remember create, Transform, and inspire because you are born to. All Tabs on stay wellman's money marketing business and travel is to create a life. Head on over to the blog, the podcast and the threes to jump start your transformation. You're ready to. Dive into. Online courses. The live of. Or the retreat, and if you to create with our penalty on an even deeper level, definitely check out our internships are influence or collaborations, management and rand engagements. Let's..
"julia" Discussed on Programming Throwdown
"You have a license there's a phone number or something maybe i'm not maybe i'm making i know making it up your wrong but i mean i guess to point out to we've talked about this in matlab episode but for a one to one replacement for amount knob style stuff i guess you'd probably consider octave so julia isn't going to be drop in one to one replacement but for the style of work that is often done in mail that would be where you consider julia yep exactly in terms of like you know one of the hesitations easing julia might be that it doesn't necessarily have so much support in terms of library like for example let's say you need to load outta know some geospatial data that's in some gi custom format or something like that or you call buffers or whatever right you might say all i'm taking a risk using language like julia because it's not going to support something i really need they do have julia pie library which lets you run python code inside of julia it is pretty good it actually they wrote a bunch of logic there to handle num pie arrays so if you create a numb pie array in pipe on part of some process part of this julia pie process and they bring that back to julia they'll actually just do a pointer pointer assignment they're not gonna actually copy archie i think they yeah if you if you create an empire rate using the pie data or the the julia pie data objects a little bit of soap you have to do that's a little special but basically it's very performance you can call into python if you need to and that shouldn't stop you from trying it out so one of the cool things that i've found about julia was that they're only four languages for high level languages that have ever been used to write computer programs executed at greater than one peta flop sort of compute compute power and so those are sie plus four tran and julia so those are pretty good accomplishment and you were talking about the you know support for distributed messaging and working and that kind of stuff and right i mean this is sort of evidence of that that that you know isn't every language that you would use in such an environment and one day i guess everybody will have a pedophile under their desk right but that days not today and it was interesting that i have thought the number of languages would have been higher but at least according to your pd this is yeah it's only four languages for high level languages that have ever been used to build programs that have run it that that processing so i have to i have to confess terrible which is like i don't actually no i don't have an intuition as to how flops relates to like make gigahertz can you put it if okay ready for this flops is floating point operations per second so a pet of flop is ten to fifteen floating point operations in one second so that is if you think about a million gigaflops gigaflop is tend to the nine million gigaflops yes so if you think of gigahertz computer doing that many instructions and if you could soon that you do like a flop in one hurts than this would be a million gigahertz i didn't follow them but i mean the the ideas that each so floating point operations can take longer and often do take longer than injure calculation so and your computers ale you right you might be able to say i want to increase this number by one in for an integer that's straightforward like there are literal like gates that just execute that not instantaneously but within one clock cycle and handle the results but to increase a floating point number by integer value of one you can't just sort of directly manipulate some bits like the amount of logic you need to do for the various parts of the floating point number mean that it takes a little longer often so depending on your architecture and the exact computers and this is why you have things like high performance computer clusters that often always often run different hardware or might run certain kinds of processors that are different is because of this ability to focus on floating point operations so if you're doing something like computational fluid dynamics where you're say modeling how airflows over an airplane wing and you're trying to.
"julia" Discussed on Programming Throwdown
"Could just say hey julia process all hundred twenty is fast as possible and it's going to go off and do that and so there's a lot of complexity or that's that's hidden from you like for example let's say you have ten computers and you tell julia processes hundred twenty things as fast as possible julia l send the first ten out but let's say the tenth one comes back i and the for the other nine are still processing it's not gonna wait for the other nine to fish going to just send me eleventh one to that machine that's done with the tenth one and so it's kind of keeping track of everything for you making sure that another computers are really waiting if they don't have to wait so so that's that's the really kind of big ad and it seems it seems really cool if you come from sort of a matlab environment where you're loading image i probably silly but then you're on a for you transform that might take a while or you're writing a four loop to loop through all these images and process them and you go to something like julia where you know you just have this one line that says hey here's ten thousand images just no that's that's really nice right so so to matlab but one of the things about matlab is not as really expensive yeah that's true you said even if you know things that are free we've had this issue java recently where oracle actually end up winning that lawsuit and so google has to pay oracle like billions of dollars it's something crazy but there's some languages that they're not or packages or whatever were they're not they're free but then they have sort of like a catch right like that they have a really restrictive license or whatever yeah although i mean i guess for java most people are probably not doing what google did yeah i don't know the details on that so like if you just use java is it okay i'm not a lawyer so he has to but let's just say that you don't have that issue in julia because jews completely it licensed which is people don't know mit and bsd are the two licenses where you know if you talk to a lawyer you know those are the licenses that will make them smile right like if it doesn't say mit or vsd the lawyer is going to have a lot of questions and be really nervous about using that software so so julius totally unencumbered so i'm i don't know if this is correct for home use matlab even just for home use is one hundred fifty dollars why are a standard license for one year presumably for.
"julia" Discussed on Programming Throwdown
"Let's say you julia and i'm going to kind of be able hindi of the year just speak in code but julia you you say sync one plus one and it doesn't return that line if you say a qu'ils eysenck one plus one that's not just going to as not going to be too he's going to be cool to a future and then whenever you go to use a let's say you now say sequels eight plus b now see is going to be a future and this going and going and then surely you're going to need to know value so let's say you print see or right see to a file or something like that now all of a sudden julius hang on all of these features i needed no now they actually are and so it it's going to do it's going to you know start waiting blocking on these features so let's say hey see gino chew are yet sees waiting on as though hey have you figured it out yet no not yet okay i'm gonna hang out and the nascent says oh yeah figured it out when one is two and then see says oh now i got my value to and then you print see right and so you know when you're writing code like this you're just accumulating a lot of these futures but then you know while this interpreters running and doing this those futures correspond to you know tasks that are running and they could be either code routines so the running in the same process just in the on a separate a separate threat just to be little wavy they could be separate threads sixty supper processes even be on another machine and that's that's one thing that really such julia part in no j you can do you know a sink function and you'll get a future and same kind of thing but you know no jay won't actually ship that function over to another machine that's a whole different university because think about the complexity there like for you to ship function call to another machine that machine has to have all of the context that function uses the library that library has to exist on the other machine then there's also some things that just can't happen right like that function tries to read from disk when out you're kind of in trouble if you ssume that it was going to be on the same machine right and so you julia there's ways to say you know run this synchronous lee but it has to be online machine versus i don't care just run it anywhere but but the cool thing is is let's say you have some program where you're loading some images from disk you're doing a four h transform and then you're running conned blueshield neural net and then you're adding the two and you're doing some other stuff and you're playing bounding boxes that you can just do all of this and julia will farm out all of these tasks and he'll use many resources machines as as you give it as are allowed by by the commander specifying and then it's going to try to keep itself busy and it's got a lot of lakes built in sort of pool support so let's say you have one hundred twenty images that all need to be processed you.
"julia" Discussed on Programming Throwdown
"Programming grow campuses seventy seven julia takeaway patrick welcome everyone to episode seventy seven you know we have a lot of discussions with people emailing in who aren't an university anymore or are thinking about what the study and the question always comes up about the importance of of computer science in i don't maybe it's not a classical term but how i always thought about computer science now it'd be relative to just programming or software engineering which i don't keep up on the kind of subtleties of all the different words and i know we've probably talked about the differences back and forth several times on the show but what i mean here is the things you would find in a textbook like data structures and algorithms pick your favorite yeah i mean it's like you know computer science on sorta list tender for ways and you built a tree and etc etc and the thing is that even if you're going to you know go to some sort of boot camp if you're watching online courses learning how to code a website i mean these things are awesome and actually the mechanics of using an e telling you computer what to do how programs work all that is important in i'm also a huge of understanding actually architecture how computers work for me that's a big help in the work i do about getting programs to run into run quickly and debugging when there's problems especially in languages.