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"kahan" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry
"She was just firing questions at me about you know the way I looked and again you know where your parents from. England show class language can have again. This is so good and sorry. You'll probably to jump in it, but. Geiger a wissant as will is face to face, and you could probably see me put my hand up as I go. How how long ago we got back here. And, he said I pay not the place in working now about four sir. Maybe five years ago I came. Right I'm going. Be Dead, honest Jackson. That was a lot of because of what will you know? The the terrorist attacks happening in London ed associate. You know somebody of your. Color Skin. Wearing what you're never associated. That may be without terrorism. Do you think that it was heightened? Because maybe things that were going on right then at this particular time. That's always cased on what I wear and my skin color has always been people stereoty. They look easy, and they base one bad person that may be. Linked to your religion or your culture or Whatever it is, whatever is, and then they pay you with that same brush. They feel that you will pour up that oil like something like that happens. I've been in so many situations where like. Attack happens, and I'd go into work and all. Look at me as like what's your? What's your take on it and as it on the spokesperson for every Black Brown Muslim you? Couldn't imagine how that must be yes, so. Yeah? I think generally I. Think addresses we we do look at someone, and then we can make a bit of a judgment. You may John we we tend to. Compete. and kind of based around that sir? I've always I've always had even if like even when I go out just generally nothing g with Harold, even when I go out, I, have people. You named cooling. It's just because of like the media frenzy of like negative connotation around I, religion around culture culture everything in. So. It does it does make it as heighten and. Heighten everything can I really am racism discrimination on more? You despondent about this guy for these jobs, and this is going on East Anti. This industry is for me. Yes, when I had the interview and outstanding she she didn't even like she didn't even sit down, or anything owes literally packing my products, and I remember it packing products in my brushes away as you just firing these questions at me, and then I'll just something to spoke to me like closed zip, and then I just looked at her I said I'm sorry. Am A HIGA also any questions about like my skill, my hair and choose you just to get into that and I said again foot I. Don't feel this is the place for me, because if the fast questions you ask. Amy based around my religion ethnic background if I can speak English than I don't feel that this. Company somewhere I truly belong, and then she just looked at me. As you said thank you very much your time. Appreciate you spending time with me. I'll take your life and then I left. Okay so. Where was your home going to be when you're talking to him? You. Where did you find? Did you find a place that really opened their arms to what happened was I felt like you know what this? The Tree! Leave on various. Okay. This country is not going to give me I one because. Still fixated around like why look like I didn't think they get past that. So I applied to jobs around the world. I was with an agent. Z applied to jobs everywhere, basically and goal responses from Dubai. Quite really big silence an. Yes? BIG HOTELS BIG LIKE A. Lot of different places places that we know here like you know within Loria Owen. Everything said that's basically it's just don't see slightly different. I'm so. I went out there and it's a couple of into his and. Then I took on a job way. The company Beauty Lounge so. It's quite a well known company in Dubai. The heritage a big heritage around them three sisters and their mother. They built from scratch and So I joined that and actually did my interview with name. Was Jane Whittington? and she swab lunch sheets. Experience. She's white and. She I it was just very different like she was a came in. You know had law. She talked to me about lots of different things that was mainly about skills and did my trae stash. She looked through. And then she sat down and she was critical about my whack. She said okay. We need to activate these things. Actually Ask you your skills, not come a you. Know and obviously she's an environment. People addressed a bit more like me and all that kind of stuff I. Get that, but I always knew in because I have white friends. You know friends. Donald of my race and they. They went like that, so I was. Actually it's not me. It's the passing and the mentality when I met Jane and she was just so like no more me was okay. Will they guy like we can have a discussion and she's not ready, just looking at me and be like okay wait. Oh, the snow, Kinda wack kind of thing said then I was given opportunities that based on my skills and Yeah! So how did it go into by? Yeah. It was great. I. Mean my go to Echo I got to lead unliked by Fashion League to act like amazing designers. To WACKADOO got to be united to your session, starting with compass bizarre, our Graziella or the things I wanted today, and I was giving opportunties I was at wounded..
"kahan" Discussed on Mission Daily
"I'm curious. What do you think uniquely put you in position to eventually become the CEO given your background and product you know indeed is a technology company at its core. And when the company was founded our, we had two co founders, which was actually a an interesting thing. Also I'm sure you've. You've talked to a lot of company leaders, and indeed was founded by by two guys. Rony Kahan and Paul foerster. They were fifty fifty partners Paul with CEO Ronnie was CTO but when they started the company, there were two decisions that they made. That were really critical to the business. A whole and I think this this is maybe a roundabout way of answering your questions but the the two important decisions they made. WAS THAT NUMBER ONE? This is a marketplace. You have two sides of job. Seekers and employers, and they decided that the job seeker would always come first that. That is a a kind of radical decision. Because typically in a marketplace, most people will say that whoever is you're paying? Customer is the most important in our case. Seekers never pay indeed employers do, but they decided that the most important thing was the job seeker experience. If we could create an experience that was simpler faster more trustworthy for job seekers, then we would eventually be able to be more successful at helping more job. Seekers get jobs, and at the other end of every single one of the successful searches would be an employer who made a higher and we'd be able to build A. A business around that the second one was. If you're building a business that has a job seeker, first mentality than how you make money has to be really in line with that, and so the other big decision that they made was unlike all of the other job sites at the time where you had to pay to post a job. Getting a job onto indeed was free. In fact, we did all the work to find all these jobs and bring them onto the site we launched in two thousand and four with a million jobs today. There's more than twenty million jobs on the site. But no one ever pays to get a job on, but the business model is pay for performance and so employers if they want more candidates than they're getting through or search, they can what we call sponsor those jobs where they put some budget behind it, and then there's an auction that decides. What's the most relevant job to show a job? Seeker and employers only pay when we. We actually send a candidate to them..
"kahan" Discussed on Jazzed About Work
"Those startups. Although they may be wonderful experiences most startups fail and means that you have to go and look for another startup to continue your pass if you make the wrong choice wrong in the sense that it doesn't turn into the next great thing is that A real career killer or is that just a step along the way. It's a step along the way and what I've learned is how to choose the good startups right because there's a lot of them and you're right a lot won't make it but if you have the criteria that you are much more likely to to select a startup that is successful That's obviously where you WANNA be. And so here are the criteria that I look for when I joined a startup and by the way I'm now on my seventh start up all six of successfully soul prior so if it was just one or two maybe it would have been just dumb luck but I guess after several. It's it's I've learned some some really important things. Here's what I look. So the first thing is is quality people who share your values so people reflect a company's culture and if you don't think you can respect trust and admire the senior leadership that's involved move on and what you're looking for. First and foremost is a management team solid team of leaders who rock your world. So that's the first thing that I look for. Second is a concept that fills a big market need particularly in the B. Two B. World buyers. Don't spend money on Nice to solve problems. They spend money on muscles. And there's lots of research you could do right in. Google to read what analysts are. Influencers are saying to make sure that the marketplace is big enough. And don't be worried if you see that there's lots of competition. Worry if you see. There's no competition which suggests that there might not be a market. So that's the second thing third. I look for great product that I can believe in and so there is more of what I purchase it. Use it or recommend it and can I go to work every day with a passion for what the company crates and in particular myhrl or your role in creating so you WanNa make sure that you can get bee hind that product with great enthusiasm and then finally I look for to determine if the startup is well funded so you want to choose a startup. That has a long enough runway to get off the ground. So make sure that. It's properly capitalized. You of the best chance for growth and stability. Those are the criteria that I look for and for me. All of those boxes must be checked. It sounds that they add up to a really terrific opportunity. So so let's say that I'm We have a listener and they take your advice and they do their homework and they find us a place. It checks all those boxes. Do you have any tips on how they can prepare for their interviews? So I think the the first tip that I would give would be. I'm an offer to is that. Do you have an elevator pitch for yourself right? And so so. Many people memorize the elevator pitch for the companies that they worked for but they don't have one for themselves and start up executives. They WanNa know why you and they WanNa know it in the first sixty seconds and so a lot of people haven't thought about how to concisely articulate. Why them the second thing is is the questions that you ask so I laid out some criteria that are absolutely critical to to selecting a great startup. But how do you actually determine the answers for those questions and can you really learn about that startup but asked smart questions that in fact actually differentiate yourself in the process because no one else is gonNA ask them so? These are the questions that I would recommend that you might consider Asking and this would be a good time to take out a pen Or type these out. So why is now the time for your company to Exist? What are you love about your team? And why are you the ones to solve this problem? Tell me about pain customer. What was that journey? And what are the revenue expectations for that customer over the next year? What key milestones has your company achieved? How much is the company raised? And what's its runway? Who are your investors? And why did you choose them? And the last question I would offer up. And this really gets at the values of the management that you're interviewing with if you weren't building your start up. What would you be doing? Think if you have an elevator pitch. That certainly would be helpful. I'm assuming you'll do some research on the company but if you ask some great questions like those not only will you learn a ton but I can assure you no one else is going to be asking the those questions all tall and you'll have a A great opportunity to differentiate yourself and learn a ton in the process. I think those are terrific. Questions and asking meaningful open ended questions like that. That's a wonderful technique for any kind of interview situation. You don't have to Be just looking at a store it up and but that brings me to the second part of your book. The first part really focuses in on the start up environment and the second part I think. Offer some to Ref Career advise for just about anybody would it would seem to me that the are Interview advice applies that. What what are some other key things that you think Young professionals should take away from your book when they're thinking about Creating career wherever it is so I've got so many Baloney cover Cover one or two for you. So regularly challenge the status quo. So we've all heard the old sayings if an April don't fix it or that's the way we've always done things around here and the status quo is strong because in many ways it represents a bias could permeate the culture of accompanied for keeping in place the current state of affairs the status quo is comfortable. It's predictable people think it's less risky. But I can assure you that growth requires change and most every person an organization that wants to become great at some point had the challenge. The status quo particularly as the pace of change is as incredible as it actually is. And it's not about being the contrarian that challenge is every single little thing but it's simply that you you can achieve and build on success if you continue to do the same old things in the same old way so that would be one. Another would be Acknowledging the elephant in the room and here is that you will be in business meetings. And maybe you've already been in them where things seem to be going gray. You're getting stuff accomplished and yet there's one big issue that is hanging over. Everyone like a cloud and this is issue that everyone is thinking about but nobody wants to discuss and so people tiptoe around it and that's what's known as the elephant in the room and it's an expression that refers to the big obvious challenge or problem that no one wants to bring up because it might be a little bit uncomfortable and of course it's it's it's less stressful to avoid those big problems but unlike fine wine in my experience that these elephants don't get better over time they rarely vanish. So if you see that there's an elephant in the room and of course make sure it's actually an elephant Address it head on those would a couple of many pieces of advice that I would offer up of for people to consider one of my favorites. Among your pieces of advice is to have a learning plan to commit yourself to learning Both deep learning about specific things and broad learning so that you can make lots of connections is. Is that one of your favorites to it. Is I mean when you think about learning and this is So important is that organizations today. You might think that they have training plans that are in place and device For you and what you'll will find whether you're in a small startup which for sure they won't or a large corporation which they might say that they do but they don't is that you've got take accountability for your own learning and realize that it is constant learning if you look at my deep domain of expertise it is marketing and when I got started versus where marketing is today. It is completely changed and it's even changed over the last few years. A for example.
"kahan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Will still rise the attacker burst into rabbi Israel Kahan told us this way in slammed the door shut a service none of your getting out of the or something to that effect nobody's leaving and pulls out a sheet machete and on she fits and starts doing this on a couple of the suspect has pled not guilty to five counts of attempted murder CBS news update I'm Peter king in the nation's capital it is just press pause lawmakers leave the Washington pretty much abandoned for the holiday but they will return with the weight of the world on their shoulders impeachment on hold for now house speaker Nancy Pelosi won't budge until Democrats get the deal they want in the Senate or something close to it A. B. C.'s Rachel Scott takes a look at both sides of the aisle and wrestling this is a test of I at this trial they want to hear from the president's top aides and they want documents turned over so Republicans are making no guarantees many key Republicans is that they do not want witnesses at the trial they wanted to be short they wanted to be quick they wanted to be over but they're also saying listen you're handing out something that would really want so take your time if you're not going to hand over these articles of impeachment then keep it because we're really don't want to do with this trial anyway trump administration planning to be aggressive and eager to get the ball rolling in the Senate said before the break you'll recall the house passed two articles of impeachment against president trump former president Jimmy Carter returns to his Georgia church this weekend weeks after undergoing brain surgery Mister Carter and his wife of seventy years Rosalyn in the front row of the Maranatha Baptist church in plains Georgia the ninety five year old former president has faced several health issues over the past few years but continues to be active in the community and as a Sunday school teacher at that church we are just minutes to go before the opening bell on Wall Street and we are in a record setting mood these days we check in with Bloomberg business and Tom Busby with the early numbers good morning Tom all yeah Jeff things are looking good right now Dow futures are up thirty six points moving higher this morning now there's just two days of trading left in what's turned out to be a blow out year for the markets the markets of course closed for the holiday on Wednesday later this morning we get a read on the U. S. housing market that could change things pending home sales data for the month of November and McDonald's under fire that's after uniformed police officer in Kansas was handed a coffee Cup with it expletive.
"kahan" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Ohio, lawmaker's face to June fourteenth deadline to draw the new congressional districts, the date in Michigan August. First. The largest data breach to date. And it comes from a company right here in southern California. That story in six minutes at eleven forty one right now it's eleven thirty five ten excuse me, ten thirty five I'm an hour ahead. Traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the fives. Let's go to Barbara Brooks. Let's HP heading to industries six oh, five. Southbound for the sixty they're going to check on reports car that flew over the side went down the embankment. So not really visible from the freeway, there's going to be activity off to the right shoulder. Once they arrive clearing a crash in Norwalk from the center divider, five southbound for rosecrans watch out for delays there from before Norwalk boulevard. It is easing up as you make your way through there. And we've got a lot of heavy traffic tonight in the Cahoon pass on the fifteen northbound still jammed up leaving Sierra to the one thirty eight looks like it's slowly thinning out, but not as quickly as you'd like it to if you're trying to head out of town here going to have a long drive through there. And it looks like you still. Delays on Kahan boulevard as well, leaving Kenwood toward Clegg horn and watch out for delays round LAX, lots of hooks trying to pick someone up or catch a flight. You're gonna find. It's extra heavy tonight around the airport loop, especially on the upper level about forty minutes to get all the way around twenty minutes on the lower level. But very heavily congested on both of them surface streets. Taking use an extra time as well about fifteen to twenty minutes to get into the airport on either sepulveda's or century. And you got a problem downtown CHP on the way to check on a pickup truck fire ten eastbound before maple that slowing things down a bit. Still quite busy on the one ten northbound Martin Luther King junior boulevard to stadium way. And if you see something become a traffic tipster called KNX, Ellie, netra traffic, tip line three two, three four six seven ten seventy your next report ten forty five. I'm Barbara Brooks. More traffic reports,.
New York County's measles "ban" spurs vaccinations and protests
"An emergency. Order in Rockland county, that's prohibiting unvaccinated minors from visiting public places is meeting scattered resistance this morning about ten people opposed to vaccines protested at the Palisades center, a large shopping mall in west Nyack. They said they should have the right to choose whether to vaccinate their children or not. But WNYC's Gwen HOGAN reports the county's health department sees the issue differently outside of free vaccination clinic yesterday afternoon. Rockland county officials say they didn't want it to come to this. We've gotten to the point where people were not cooperating this county attorney Thomas humpback. He says people known to have had the measles went to public places. Sometimes it was hard for the department to investigate. We were getting no answers or refused answers. And at that point it impairs the county's ability to help the general public avoid this disease for the. Next thirty days kids, who don't have the measles mumps rubella vaccine won't be allowed in enclosed public spaces like malls or trains, that's in addition to an earlier band the county put in place in December that prevented unvaccinated kids from attending schools county officials say they're not going to be proactively enforcing this latest ban. But if health department officials determine after the fact that it contagious child spread the measles in a public place to others, then the parents could face fines or jail time. Here's the county's health Commissioner, Dr Patricia Schnabel Rupert what we really want is the awareness to be increased. So that people say, you know, what I'm gonna get my job vaccinated. I don't want them home from school, and I will abide by this. And if it's important enough to have a state of emergency declared them, there must be a good reason of the three dozen or so people who came for free vaccination some had babies just old enough to get their shots. Just relax some immigrants who hadn't been vaccinated in their home countries. Others were there for a booster like Rene Kahan an orthodox Jewish woman who says she was vaccinated as a kid, but was recently tested again in didn't have immunity as a responsible citizen. I came to what have to do. My daughter is a nurse. And she said to me. You better do this health officials say about twenty eight percent of kids in the county are not vaccinated extremely low for a virus like measles where experts recommend upwards of ninety percent. The measles outbreak here has mostly occurred. Within the orthodox Jewish community though. The county has applied its ban on unvaccinated kids in the entire area. A group of parents of unvaccinated kids at a private school are suing for their children to be able to return to class Paul is one of those parents he did not want to use his last name in order to protect his child's identity. The county has taken our children as hostages to force us to vaccine there have been one hundred and fifty five confirmed measles cases since last October. No one
"kahan" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"CBS news on the hour sponsored by theraworx relief. Type. Sam Litzinger, the latest talks between the Trump administration and democratic negotiators failed to end two-week partial government, shutdown CBS news, correspondent Mola langey says President Trump's demanding five point six billion to build a wall along the US Border with Mexico. Congressional Democrats won't give it to them. Mr. Trump has indicated he'd be willing to bypass congress and declare a national emergency that might allow him to tap Pentagon funds for wall construction Nancy Pelosi, the new democratic speaker spoke to CBS Sunday morning. I think effectively what he would like to say is it doesn't matter. What congress sends me? It just matters. What I insist upon the president is expected to head to Camp David Sunday where chief of staff, Mick, Mulvaney, and senior aides will meet to lay out the administration's two thousand nineteen legislative priorities. Manning National Park Service employees are on furlough because of the shutdown but not some Rangers who run the historic clock tower at the Trump hotel in Washington DC now a bookbinder was citizens for responsibility and ethics in Washington's filing a request to find out. Why there is at the very least the appearance of a conflict here that looks like a federal duty which happens to overlap with the president businesses is being treated differently than everything else. Groundwater near Georgia military bases remains contaminated. From toxic firefighting foam used for decades by the US air force recent tests, Georgia's three airbases show extensive environmental contamination. The air force. He said Georgia's. Drinking water safe for the thousands of people living around its installations. But experts in nearby residents question those findings saying the military's review was too narrow a rally in Houston, Texas for jasmine Barnes, a little girl who was shot and killed when someone opened fire on her his mother's car. They were heading to a grocery store. Andy Kahan is an advocate for victims. Disregard.
"kahan" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Tool insurance. Sam Litzinger, the latest talks between the Trump administration and democratic negotiators have failed to end two-week partial government, shutdown CBS news, correspondent Mola langey says President Trump's demanding five point six billion to build a wall along the US Border with Mexico. Congressional Democrats won't give it to them. Mr. Trump has indicated he'd be willing to bypass congress in declare a national emergency that might allow them to tap Pentagon funds for wall construction Nancy Pelosi, the new democratic speaker spoke to CBS Sunday morning. Effectively what he would like to say is it doesn't matter. What congress sends me? It just matters. What I insist upon the president is expected to head to Camp David Sunday where chief of staff, Mick, Mulvaney, and senior aides will meet to lay out the administration's two thousand nineteen legislative priorities. Many National Park Service employees are on furlough because of the shutdown but not some Rangers who run the historic clock tower at the Trump hotel in Washington DC, no bookbinder was citizens for responsibility and ethics in Washington's filing a request to find out. Why there is at the very least the appearance of a conflict here that it looks like a federal duty which happens to overlap with the president businesses is being treated differently than everything else. Groundwater near Georgia military bases remains contaminated. From toxic firefighting foam used for decades by the US air force recent Tessa, Georgia's three airbases show extensive environmental contamination. The air force. He said Georgia's. Drinking water safe for the thousands of people living around its installations. But experts in nearby residents question those findings saying the military's review was too narrow a rally in Houston, Texas for jasmine Barnes, a little girl who was shot and killed when someone opened fire on her mother's car. They were heading to a grocery store. Andy Kahan is an advocate for victims policy. Disregard.
"kahan" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"They come out to tell you that the scientists are wrong. But anyway, given evidence that has emerged in recent years. I think maybe later on episode. We should come back and try to do an updated version of this Upton Sinclair, quote, because I think that the scope of this quote is actually to limited but just focusing on the salaries, so so we'll come. Back to this. But today, we're going to be talking about a form of motivated reasoning form of motivated reasoning called motivated numeracy. And specifically how that relates to the idea of identity, protective cognition, and this is come up on the show before we talked about it in an episode while back called science communication breakdown. I think that was like a year and a half ago or so I believe so. Yeah. But it was based on when you had gone to the world science festival and seen talk that included the work of the Yale psychologist, Dan Kahan. Who is he does a lot of really interesting research about biases and motivated reasoning and the ways in which our brains failed to be rational in one way, sometimes by being sort of subversively rational in another way. Yeah. Isn't it? Interesting. How we sometimes as seem to outsmart ourselves these matters. Yeah. So I want to start by thinking about two different kinds of disagreements that come up when people talk about politics. Obviously, lots of different ways. People can disagree about politics here, two different kinds of currently politically, relevant statements. One is somebody who says the government shouldn't have a right to tax my income. Right. You might talk to a libertarian who says. And then here's a different politically relevant statement human activity is the primary driver of global climate change. Now people have political arguments over statements like both of these to all the time. But these are not at all the same kind of statement one big difference is that the first statement is a statement about values like you can't do a bunch of empirical experiments to determine if it's correct or not that the government should be allowed to tax people. That's just a question about what you believe should be the case, what about values and priorities and about the priorities of the person making the statement. Right. It's it's a it's a commentary on how you think or how one group thinks politics should work or how government should work rather? And we shouldn't be confused by the idea of political science political science, though, a serious field is a different matter compared to the natural sciences. Well, it's certainly true that with questions about like whether. Not you should tax income. You can approach that question from the point of optimizing for certain goals like you specify goal, and you compare different methods of achieving that goal then you can do that. But like absent all of that kind of framework. That's just a statement about values on the other hand that you've got the human activity is the primary driver of global climate change that statement is not like that. There simply is a fact of the matter either human activity is the primary cause of global climate change or it, isn't and you can do empirical experiments to test this hypothesis. And of course, the answer is. Yes, we now know that it is the primary driver of global climate change with like a, you know, ninety something percent certainty, we really really strongly. No, this this is undoubtedly the scientific consensus, even though this question is politically controversial, it's not scientifically controversial. And if you doubt, this you actually have the ability to go look up the evidence yourself, especially that's one thing that the internet is great for you can go read the most. Recent IPC report, you can read the thousands of individuals studies you can look at the data and read the climate. Scientists own words about how their conclusions drawn from the data of their experiments, and if you actually do that, I think any reasonable person should be able to conclude, of course, human activities the primary cause of climate change. And yet that's not what happens is it questions. Like this remain politically controversial with people often judging the answer in a way that aligns with their political identity. Now speaking politics, I just wanna throw a quick fact Lloyd here about the episode we were recording this on election day, it will be published after election day. So yeah. So we don't know what the outcome's gonna be. Yeah. So so none of this..
"kahan" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Congressman John Lewis of Georgia has been hospitalized for undisclosed reasons here's more, on the health of that, civil rights icon Seventy eight year old was taken to, a hospital in Atlanta after falling. Ill on a plane Lewis is. Office says the congressman stayed overnight for routine observation and that he is resting comfortably Lewis expects to be released Sunday he has represented Georgia's fifth congressional district which includes much of the city of Atlanta. Since nineteen Eighty-six CBS news correspondent Elaine Kahan oh two gunmen opened, fire on a crowd in New Orleans Saturday night it happened about three miles from the, city's French, quarter police, say they'll, need the community's help to identify the suspects who were wearing hoodies at the time New Orleans police superintendent Michael Harrison. Believe that there were two individuals cloth with what we believe to be hoods that approached, from behind an open far one with we believe a rifle one with, a handgun on the crowd shooting multiple subjects ten in total three. Of whom have passed away here on the scene the. Injured five men and two women were taken to several Hospitals, in the area one injured victim was reported in critical condition w w j news time, four fifty, three it's, a back, to school gift for students at Lawrence technological university in Southfield I'm Greg Bowman and this is making the grave total. Price of, all the equipment that we have out there it's probably around about six and, a half million dollars and then the software that's on each machine is, worth about seventy five thousand dollars students were to buy it On their own that stem ceviche chief information officer Lawrence tech he says the schools in the midst of. A two and a half million dollar laptop upgrade for about thirteen hundred. Of its students who receive these laptops as incoming freshmen it's to provide, the, students what. They need when they need it we have a term McCall like software anywhere, so basically the, students can work in their dorm we don't have labs like a lot of universities do so. The students don't have to pack up their equipment or, their work and go to the library or anything like that they can actually do. All their homework and everything Anywhere they are on these laptops David says the. Upgraded laptops.
"kahan" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"To the one zero five westbound little tight as crews worked to clear an accident from lanes you've got work still in commerce seven ten northbound from atlantic vandini to the five in the three left lanes and in long beach ninety one eastbound the connectors to the seven ten bus north and southbound shutdown there's also working three dose on the ninety one westbound six so five taking up the four right lanes usually at this time of the morning they move the cones and they give you back elaine there so just watch out may have to stop traffic to do that crash with a big rig in industry sixty eastbound past fairway actively there over to the right shoulder so a little bit of good news shouldn't cost you too much of a delay and i had a call from a tipster about a big rig over the side on the five northbound at the rest area before oceanside chp they're now they're working on it and hopefully they'll get back up on the roadway that that could cause a delay this morning you've got a work going on and rupa valley with crash that's on the sixty eastbound rubio offramp car whatever the right shoulder embankment there so that could be a little bit of an attention getter cone still out in grand terrace to fifteen northbound four barton road taking up the three right lanes in the kahan pass on the fifteen northbound from the one thirty eight to oak hill three left lanes are shut down and there's work continuing in pasadena to ten eastbound from out into the one thirty four in the two right lanes connectors to the one thousand four westbound onto ten eastbound they're closed through the tunnels westbound on the two ten from lake to fair oaks three right lanes are shut down your next report.
"kahan" Discussed on KCBS All News
"The answer that question were joined live on the kcbs ring central news line by dr scott condie director of the national center for weight and wellness in washington dc dr kahan thanks for joining us this morning in this is a complex problem but one of the issues surrounding this that we've heard about in recent years are food deserts the fact that poor people cannot get access to healthy food have we seen any improvement in that area not huge uh nazi changes at all it's still remains uh a big issue uh and as you come najan it's not a simple issue uh it it it's structure all uh it it's a costly issued a change to uh you know build supermarkets and inner city areas uh in such an so while while we're seeing a little bit around the edges really nothing to write home without unfortunately this problem those seen sokota grown slowly definitely has dimensions around culture around race around poverty across all lines we have an awful lot of obese schism we've been talking about this for years so our country we stuck on that a little bit yeah we've been talking about it for years but years is in a very long time uh it it's really in the last decade that obesity has risen choose the national consciousness uh in political circles in public health circles and in general lay circles uh but a decade isn't very long at all um it by a now a g um we knew that cigarette smoking was terribly dangerous to our health uh in the early part of the 20th century uh there was uh surgeon general warnings uh early uh in the second half of the 20th century there was no doctors telling patients and uh parents telling kids in school chancers telling students not to smoke and yet rates of cigarette smoking pick growing up in an up in off in off until the 1970s nineteen 80s uh when it when it started turning around uh we're in the equivalent right now in terms of obesity and childhood obesity of where we were perhaps in the late 1950s early 1960s with respect to tobacco smoking which is.
"kahan" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"To flavor heck it out here at in winner haven uh we have a special guest to we were talking about catering earlier and how will try to conquer my buddies uh birthday party so we brought subbing had here the hell they're talking about it's josh kahan tiehan to handtohand of a true craft gouge true kraft is is it a barbecue joy is a catering what is it exactly so true kraft is a few different things first and foremost its barbecue catering company that's focused on really small played so as far as some caterers out there that roll up these big smokers can you four or five in her people we really focus around the hundred mark as far as the matters because we like to have strict control over things and make sure everything stopped notch and secondly it's an education of facility if you've got a facility but i go out a mighty different types of gatien events teach people how to use the big rene go to new arm in home barbecue lessons things like that so it's really a it's a brand that encompasses everything barbecue like a catering that we're interactive cater interactive catering where i we did a party for have that we did a party for a few folks i'll take them out of the party for a few folks in the whole thing was wall after you're done teach my husband had to do it in he end who had bigger next there so we took the food up their showed up here's how you would do the brisket here's how you get the exit up so it's really just about perpetuating the craft of barbecue that's whites true crafts to true craft to learn it and it's a true craft when you sit there nudist eating it and doubt of thought to whether it openly talked with you've heard to the grapevine that now we're gonna take the of merchandise is of a white though on guide the at west shore and try to do some culinary things there the lovely palea's live do some at cooking classes and neither do some place the exist self submitted we'll talk to figure out some things get you involved with adbic right now through crafty guys involved craft beer at all so i love crappier who does it i am drinking a crappier swelling hitting radio uk were bud light people but it's okay it's.
"kahan" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"You know this has been calling for a while and everyone curbing jericho about it but you know if they're going to have to rely on nuclear kahan which we successfully done with other countries do occur much more powerful and dumber tour myers radical i maoist china sick you i am the soviet union of course with more powerful the north korean weak occurred them with our most capable nuclear arsenal in the world we still have so i think that the way they're probably gonna go so when they say something like thousandsfold revenge do you think that north korea amber scared and artery then gear because they seem to your cake out saddam hussein no nuclear weapon glib gouveia who had actually given up at nuclear weapon north playing ball at the y and to their tirade united kerry garrahy eight with and for their narcotic give up these weapon and also a lake awada wild statement could try to scare of the us because they're scared of the us and so it angle endless cycle but i think you know chairman mao nike kick even county got nuclear weapons a china where we go no i couldn't play now establish our after in but our revolutionary and he threatened to want nuclear weapon you can unite dave and there were good the same issue came up in them lbj administration lyndon johnson assertion or whether you might take your cake out this regime or these weapon and the group may you know to rip tachograph hollywood they're gonna you know the work they've been fighting here but we'll see what happens but uh they certainly have out here route or there or hiking pragmatic under the surplus behavior over time uh all dictators want to survive can't survive if you've been generating growth superior nuclear force any country than alcohol mcgrath is liable could be deterred or acceptable the deterrent the prominent you have it with terrorist groups who don't have a home address well kim jong un has a whole mcgrath and so he can be deterred because.
"kahan" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"They don't think that people who disagree with them are legitimate experts now gonna road about this in a very recent paper like this month uh misconceptions misinformation in the logic of identity protective cognition uh we're talking about of your views is a is a badge of identity us were getting to hear your it this came out june 2017 for the cultural cognition project so in this paper a kahan tackles what he refers to as the public irrationality thesis were hit so this is something he setting up to be in opposition to write this the idea that we quick touch honorary the idea that the general public largely quote display only modest familiarity with fundamental scientific findings in lack proficiency in the forms of critical reasoning essential to science comprehension unquote and and there are therefore easily swayed by special interest groups who muddy the waters with nonscientific information yeah i think this is a is a common thesis people on both sides right of of a contentious issue of fact in the public debate sphere they just tend to think that well people on the other side are just ignorant and they just they just don't understand and they're just being swayed by propaganda you listened to the wrong news channel you listen to the wrong radical and now you have a you have a faulty understanding of the facts right so gone argues that pit reflects a misconception of science communication like a basic misconception.
"kahan" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"Uh climate change or be that topic uh you know vaccines or genetically modified organisms yeah and it's also important kahan points out that you also see this uh this sort of thing outside of science you see you see the same uh process involved with say abortion or military recruitment any issue in which protest becomes a badge of identity and this place specifically into one paper that gone i too which is this paper they saw protest uh said this comes up in the conversation where you you can show people video of a protest taking place right and you ask them just objective facts about what they see the video did you see the protesters uh screaming and someone's face did you see the protesters blocking someone's path did you see the protesters doing this and that all these served negative behaviors that would render the protest in a bad light and it turns out people claimed to see different things in the video depending on whether they think the politics of the protesters lined up with their own right so if you show a person with certain politics a video and you say that it's people protesting outside an abortion clinic they'll have a very different report of what they see in the video than if you tell them that it's protesters outside a military recruiting center protesting don't ask don't tell right and this is a specific example of motivated reasoning maybe we can talk about motivated reasoning more later on but it's the fact that we we just do not process the facts of reality in the evidence of our senses with perfect objectivity we in fact process them in highly goal oriented way in a lot of times that goal is i don't want people like me or the people in my group to look bad.
"kahan" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"If you wanna talk about people who are skeptical of climate change talk to the climate change scientists who have studied it because science about you if you you have a hypothesis in your studying it you were sceptical about at every step of the way if you're not being sceptical about the theory you advocate than you're not doing science right right you're not being very good at your job so all of the lead that entire argument makes sense in it does lead one to think all right was just it scientific illiteracy or lack of of reasoning of its being employed here but but kahan is saying that you'll find plenty of people resisting scientific consensus who were highly literate in science and highly logical and they just wind up applying their cognitive resources to fit their beliefs in worldview in fact it gets crazier than this because it's not just that people who are highly educated in science who apparently few test them they understand how science works it's not just that they can disagree with the scientific consensus but that people who have more rational capacity and who have greater cognitive resources in fact tend to apply those more strongly on entrenching themselves against the scientific consensus when they disagree with it it's like of people who are better educated in science are better it coming up with reasons to explain why they don't agree yet with scientists or why they don't agree not just don't agree with scientists but don't agree about even a objective facts like the fact that the majority of scientists to endorse the fact that the earth is warming yeah in it it it isn't it worth noting here that when we're talking about these these dissenting uh individuals like is generally it's not across the board they're not they're dissenting on all scientific consensus it's about a particular topic be that topic.