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"knox" Discussed on The WordPress Photography Podcast

The WordPress Photography Podcast

05:31 min | 15 hrs ago

"knox" Discussed on The WordPress Photography Podcast

"Knox backing up your digital life which we will be digging into in this episode so that said welcome to the show joseph. Thank you very much for having me. It's awesome being here. Yeah So you've known each other for a long time a long time. I know we were working the certainly we went from. Wpi photo plus expo. The different shows as well as online and it has what. Maybe it's definitely over ten years definitely over ten years. Yeah we were. We first started chatting when i was working at macworld by warranty which was about seventeen or eighteen years ago. Absolutely insane on actually. I'm actually shocked that it took me this long to get you on the show. What the it's funny because like it just worked out perfect because we literally got this question from someone in the image the community about like not a question so much can please talk about this. We asked about their their their fears that they have and the fear was loss of data. I fear bad unpredictable weather right. And it's like you came out with this book and the timing. Just you know it just worked out so well so yeah. It's about whether unpredictable weather down here in south florida is basically. That's all that we get right. We have the hurricanes and all the rest of the stuff. Yeah but Yeah in you've got like it's like every day every day every hour for you. Is it up predictable. Exactly on a bike ride and probably not and you look outside. And that's that's your weather busy. Consult the weather. Report is never right anyways so you just look outside and that's basically what you get but yeah You know as creatives leg you. And i are and most of the people that are listening out. There are some type of creative. It doesn't matter if you're doing photo or video or whatever the content is we need to be able to back up our data and that was one of the things that i had the hardest time doing and for many years. I wasn't doing it the way i suppose to do it so to speak using that three to one backup strategy that everyone knows about where you live..

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"knox" Discussed on Posts – Imagely

Posts – Imagely

05:31 min | 15 hrs ago

"knox" Discussed on Posts – Imagely

"Knox backing up your digital life which we will be digging into in this episode so that said welcome to the show joseph. Thank you very much for having me. It's awesome being here. Yeah So you've known each other for a long time a long time. I know we were working the certainly we went from. Wpi photo plus expo. The different shows as well as online and it has what. Maybe it's definitely over ten years definitely over ten years. Yeah we were. We first started chatting when i was working at macworld by warranty which was about seventeen or eighteen years ago absolutely insane. I'm actually. I'm actually shocked that it took me this long to get you on the show. What the it's funny because like it just worked out perfect because we literally got this question from someone in the image the community about like not a question so much can please talk about this. We asked about their their their fears that they have and the fear was loss of data. I fear bad unpredictable weather right. And it's like you came out with this book and the timing. Just you know it just worked out so well so yeah. It's about whether unpredictable weather down here in south florida is basically. That's all that we get right. We have the hurricanes and all the rest of the stuff. Yeah but Yeah in you've got like it's like every day every day every hour for you. Is it predictable. Yes exactly on a bike ride and probably not and you look outside. And that's that's your weather busy. Consult the weather. Report is never right anyways so you just look outside and that's basically what you get but yeah You know as creatives leg you. And i are and most of the people that are listening out. There are some type of creative. It doesn't matter if you're doing photo or video or whatever the content is we need to be able to back up our data and that was one of the things that i had the hardest time doing and for many years. I wasn't doing it the way i suppose to do it so to speak using that Three to one backup strategy that everyone knows about where you live..

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Bills force 5 turnovers, overwhelm Mills and Texans 40-0

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 weeks ago

Bills force 5 turnovers, overwhelm Mills and Texans 40-0

"Forty two nothing the final here buffalo over Houston tight end Dawson Knox caught two touchdown passes from Josh Allen Zach moss ran one in backup quarterback Mitchell Trubisky also with the rushing touchdown as the bills defense took the ball away five times in this game Houston offense of Lee just one of nine on third downs a total net yards of one hundred and nine for the Texans buffalo now three one on the season Houston falling to one in three G. Battaglia orchard park New York

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Third judge blocks Gov. Lee's mask opt out in schools

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 weeks ago

Third judge blocks Gov. Lee's mask opt out in schools

"Federal judges are blocking an executive order by Tennessee's Republican governor that allows families to opt out of school mask mandates governor bill Lee issued the order in August with Republican lawmakers demanding a special session of the Tennessee General Assembly so they could put a halt to school mask mandates and other covert nineteen safety measures many students have been attending classes without masks since in pediatric hospitals have reached record highs that's my parents and advocates to file legal challenges in separate decisions Friday judges blocked the order in Williamson County just south of Nashville and Knox County which includes Knoxville a week ago a third judge band please order after families argued it endangered their children I'm Ben Thomas

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"knox" Discussed on 1A

1A

08:08 min | 2 months ago

"knox" Discussed on 1A

"Npr. We're talking with exonerate. Amanda knox about the new film stillwater. So she said. Amanda no one reached out to you during the making of this film. But i'm curious what you have been interested in that conversation or what type of conversation which you have wanted to have. Certainly i mean like i said again. I'm not precious about what happened to me in the sense that. I don't think that i'm the only person who can author a story of that is about this kind of issue What i take issue with is the way that tom mccarthy first of all overlooked fact that i might have any perspective about how this film portrays an amanda knox character How this film would portray the experience of someone who was locked up abroad for a crime that they didn't commit And the fact that he just decided to fictionalized away that pesky detail of innocence to make a more compelling fictionalized story But like. I think also i wanted him to consider what it i think. I would love for there to be a more of a conversation in hollywood about the stories of victims because i think that hollywood has a problem with victims victims. Don't like if if you think of a story that about a crime for instance we tend to focus on who had agency the actual killer for instance there. The more plotti driven character and hollywood is usually frames either the victim as someone who had no agency whatsoever or if they did have agency it was because it was somehow their fault that they were victimized. There's victim blaming. And i think that a victim story can actually be very compelling. It's something that. I explore a lot in my podcast. Labyrinths where i talked to people who have had something horrible happen to them. Something overwhelming that they had to just react to in the moment and the process of reacting and processing trauma is actually very heroic tale. But one that doesn't really translate in in hollywood terms to like the guy who shoots him up and respond. You know that kind of thing so you know. I think that. Especially when. I think about how tom mccarthy. Says well amanda. You haven't actually seen the film so you don't know what you're talking about. Well tom mccarthy you made a film about the worst experience of my life. It's not something that i you know would casually go in and and on a friday night to go hang out with my friends and see like this is a very serious thing for me that dredges up very serious trauma so if you're going to be portraying that story consider that first of all it is going to be dredging up that for me but also the way that you represent me is going to be another. It's going to be part of this ongoing story because my trauma isn't just that i went to prison for something i didn't do. It was at the world defined me something that i wasn't and that continues to be an ongoing trauma that i and other honorees face because the stigma of being accused is a very real stigma. That doesn't go away to have your name forever associated with a series of events that you had nothing to do with. That is traumatizing. And i would've told him that if he had talked to me and i would have said. Hey you know what's different story. That's worth telling the story of how someone survives that experience and moves on their life. That's an interesting story that no one has really ever bothered to look into because it's not the audit the obvious story. That was portrayed in the media. The slanderous story. You said man. That that you looking to be litigious about the use of your story. But what are you interested in. Is it just about reclaiming the narrative or is it an apology. Is it compensation. I mean and i i would have to say that when i wrote my twitter third was not expecting the World to blow up about it. Honestly because i have been speaking about this issue for a long time. I've written about it before. How micon like how my life has been turned into other people's entertainment content and the problems with that because it doesn't just happen to me. It happens to other real life people My goal was to have a conversation that would change the culture around real life. Stories that empower people who have been previously disempowered Through the narratives that the media. Or you know hollywood or the criminal. Justice system writes about them so for me. I've i've been tackling this issue from usually from the true crime angle. Because that's the one that i'm most familiar with in my podcast. The truth about true crime and now with labyrinths. I've really been asking myself. Who has the most at stake in a story about a horrific event and i've wanted to put those voices at the center of the telling of those stories because a lot of times those are the people who are erased and i think that this is not just a problem with true crime. It's a problem with stories. In general that are like you said ripped from the headlines Because when you when you hide behind the veil of fictionalization suddenly you don't have to think about being accurate or a humanizing. All the characters involved they can become characters in a morality. Play where you get to decide. Who's the villain and who's the hero and a lot of times. Reality is a lot more complicated than that. So i guess my goal in all of this was simply to continue that same process of addressing what i see as a void in the public awareness. About how stories are told and why they're told and who gets to be the author of those stories And i was hoping that having a direct conversation with the people who had basically violated that or cross the line with that with me would be an opening a cognitive opening for the industry If that doesn't happen that's okay because honestly the fact that you're talking to me today is an opportunity for there to be a cognitive opening for someone else in hollywood potentially and i really hope that that happens. So that's my goal We'll see what ends up happening But i still. My door is still always open to tom. Mccarthy matt damon all the people who were instrumental to the film. Because i'm not in the business of being angry at people very honestly I'm definitely more of a person who believes in restorative justice and who who lives by those principles of building bridges and finding understanding even when There has been harmed committed. And i think that. If i'm capable of doing that he should be able to well. This isn't the first time a film or show is used your story as content. There was a twenty eleven a true crime. Lifetime movie in two thousand sixteen. There was a netflix documentary. How often are you contacted by productions. And how do you make a decision about how you respond. So i was only ever contacted by the netflix documentary. Filmmakers and one of the things that i really appreciated about their Approach to this story was first of all they said. We're not going to tell the story without you because this is going to directly impact you and your perspective matters in this so yes. We've got years of footage that we've been collecting and it would be you know it would be a great loss for us if we didn't get to make this film but we're not gonna make it if you're not if you're not able to make to to be a part of it and i appreciate it that because it really you know they understood the stakes and furthermore when they were talking about this case they weren't just asking me about what happened then and what happened. Then what's the what's the next plot point. They were asking me what i thought and felt about what happened. Which is truly what gets at the heart of the human experience of these tragic stories and they used that they used what i had to say as part of the framing of the netflix documentary..

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"knox" Discussed on Hysteria

Hysteria

05:24 min | 2 months ago

"knox" Discussed on Hysteria

"All of those interviews that took place at that time are sort of all guilty of the same in this systemic problem of treating people who find themselves at the center of of these big stories as as if they need to be treated like the characters in the morality plays that they have been projected as and not as human beings that legitimately could be your friend or your daughter or you know whatever it what occurs to me today with a ton of perspective and in a bunch of journalistic experience. Now is that just because something has been. Put out there that amanda knox is a deviant sex drug addict in that was what was presented by the prosecution without evidence doesn't mean that you as a journalist must pursue that course of thinking in questioning of that person if there's no reason to believe that in the first place no one should the kinds of questions that lots of people not just chris. Cuomo were posing me in that time period. Where questions that honestly. I shouldn't have ever had to answer. Because there was no evidence that i had murdered meredith culture and there was no evidence that i was deviant sex addict and it was all based upon this false narrative That was presented in the courtroom for the sake of winning an argument in court instead of actually coming to the truth of the matter. So if i were chris cuomo i would not have asked myself those questions. I would have asked different questions. Do i think that he is particularly like a heinous example of it. There were lots of heinous examples of that at the time. So i don't want to just pay him out i know but it's fun because today Has anybody reached out to you to make amends for that period of time for treating you in a way that was like unfair You know it's interesting. It's less the people who found themselves in the position to to portray me and more the people who are consuming those kinds of media so I've had people who followed my case from the headlines and who approached me to say i am so sorry for treating you as entertainment What i have not heard is that from the people who actually created those headlines. I'm sorry for having turned you into entertainment. I have yet to hear that and That would be nice. Going to be honest. I'm not counting on it. I'm not sitting on any kind of guarantee But i am hoping that starting this conversation so that we feel we pause to question. What how we are entitled to other people's lives and stories is something we've become more self aware of as storytellers So i wanted to take a second to pivot and talk about your podcast labyrinths up..

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"knox" Discussed on Hysteria

Hysteria

05:24 min | 2 months ago

"knox" Discussed on Hysteria

"All of those interviews that took place at that time are sort of all guilty of the same in this systemic problem of treating people who find themselves at the center of of these big stories as as if they need to be treated like the characters in the morality plays that they have been projected as and not as human beings that legitimately could be your friend or your daughter or you know whatever it what occurs to me today with a ton of perspective and in a bunch of journalistic experience. Now is that just because something has been. Put out there that amanda knox is a deviant sex drug addict in that was what was presented by the prosecution without evidence doesn't mean that you as a journalist must pursue that course of thinking in questioning of that person if there's no reason to believe that in the first place no one should the kinds of questions that lots of people not just chris. Cuomo were posing me in that time period. Where questions that honestly. I shouldn't have ever had to answer. Because there was no evidence that i had murdered meredith culture and there was no evidence that i was deviant sex addict and it was all based upon this false narrative That was presented in the courtroom for the sake of winning an argument in court instead of actually coming to the truth of the matter. So if i were chris cuomo i would not have asked myself those questions. I would have asked different questions. Do i think that he is particularly like a heinous example of it. There were lots of heinous examples of that at the time. So i don't want to just pay him out i know but it's fun because today Has anybody reached out to you to make amends for that period of time for treating you in a way that was like unfair You know it's interesting. It's less the people who found themselves in the position to to portray me and more the people who are consuming those kinds of media so I've had people who followed my case from the headlines and who approached me to say i am so sorry for treating you as entertainment What i have not heard is that from the people who actually created those headlines. I'm sorry for having turned you into entertainment. I have yet to hear that and That would be nice. Going to be honest. I'm not counting on it. I'm not sitting on any kind of guarantee But i am hoping that starting this conversation so that we feel we pause to question. What how we are entitled to other people's lives and stories is something we've become more self aware of as storytellers So i wanted to take a second to pivot and talk about your podcast labyrinths up..

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"knox" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

07:58 min | 2 months ago

"knox" Discussed on Today, Explained

"You and didn't happen to meredith. Yeah i mean. I think part of it is The girl on girl crime aspect a. It's something which almost never happens It's salacious it was tinged with ideas of cult and drugs and sex. And all of that. But i think ultimately comes down to this idea Which is so rare and so horrifying of women attacking and and assaulting other women. We both fetish is that because that idea of a female monster is so rare and yet so compelling It's both sexy and disturbing at the same time and it is the thing that i find. I'm constantly battling. Is this perception of me. As being a fem fit tall a person who craves male attention so much that i'm willing to like murder another woman for it. I think another part of that story is the idea of just being than innocent net girl next door who is caught up in some drug-fuelled lula and like it's and that's also not true. So it's it's everyone has their own sort of sexy vision of it and really. It's i mean. I'm thinking of how the one of the police officers initially just described me as someone who reeked of sacks and i don't know why he thought that there's a lot of projection that was happening to me and i. I think a lot of it just had to do with Misunderstanding of female sexuality. What do you think. Though what do you think i mean. You're a lot closer. To deny. Am i am but maybe that means that. I can't see it very well. Because i'm like in the weeds from above from how do you see. What is this obsession about. Tell me well what i was grateful for. At least when. I read your twitter thread about this experience you had with stillwater specifically was i saw that trailer. I thought weird. They're making a movie kind of about amanda knox way after everything happened to amanda knox. But i didn't ask myself in. That moment did amanda. Knox approve of this soon and reading your twitter thread connected with me because i felt like wow. That's the first question. I'm going to ask the next time i see something like this. I'm glad i'm glad i'm kind of. I'm kind of embarrassed that i didn't ask that question in the moment. You know what i mean. Yeah so. I've i've seen two different responses Or at least two assumptions prior to that sort of motivated me to write this twitter threat. Which is one people see film like still water coming out. They automatically think. of course. amanda was consulted. How else could this possibly go like. Of course she didn't. I bet she got a million dollars for it on good on her or the other is well. Her story doesn't belong her. Of course anyone can have their own take on it. Because she's a public figure and both of those things. I felt were problematic on the one hand. One is not true on the other hand. One is deeply unethical. I believe so. I wanted to point out that we have a blind spot especially in hollywood where there's so much money and so much power that's being thrown around by people who get who get to tell stories right like not. Everyone gets to tell a story and in by being the conduit for a certain for those stories. You have a certain amount of responsibility. I think that people haven't really thought about and it's not because they're bad people who just refusing to think about it. But maybe it's because no one's really pointed it out to them before. Maybe i'm usually benefit of the doubt like i thought maybe i can have a conversation with them and let them know that if they hadn't considered before that their portrayal of me might have consequences. Let me just let them know that these are the consequences that i'm facing and see what they say. Meredith kurtzer was murdered in. I think two thousand seven and shortly thereafter. Your life was turned upside down by what became the global headline grabbing scandal and one positive development between then and now i feel like is that you didn't have a voice in that international scandal. It was perpetuated by a media that was drawn to a seemingly salacious story. But now you do if matt damon or tom mccarthy or malcolm glad well or lifetime had come to. You hadn't said. Amanda we want to tell your story. What would that story be. That's a really great question because there are lots of different entry points. One of the things that i felt like has not happened Since the beginning of all of this is there hasn't really been a story where i'm actually the peripheral figure in all of these events of of all the people who were involved in the the events and the actions that took place i was one of the most peripheral people with the least amount of agency so whatever i did ultimately didn't matter things were just happening to me and a story that really hasn't been told yet is one that centers on the people who had the most agency so the person who did murder meredith culture and the italian authorities who made decisions about who to arrest and when and how and what story to tell the media like these are all people who are making choices that have lasting consequences for innocent people meredith and myself and my co-defendant included like i'm totally peripheral to the murder and i really had very very little say in what happened to me. I'm kind of a boring character when it all comes down to it is what you're saying is if if all these people came to you to tell your story you'd say like there's probably a better story to tell or if you're going to tell my story it's the story of someone who is processing the experience of going through something it is not you know it's not me making things happen right like my a lot of my story is just me sitting in a prison cell reading a book hoping that stuff is gonna get worked out or you know one of the stories that i i would love to tell because it's an interesting one That a lot of exonerates face is the now. What after you get out of prison after spending time in prison for something you didn't do How do you reintegrate into society again. After you're processing the sort of collapse in not just in your own life but also your faith in society your faith that like society has your back and that what you're going to do is going to matter and that you can plant roots. How do you carry on to do even just like the the the really simple things of like meeting people and going on a date and getting job. These are all challenges. That exonerates have a really interesting Sort of surreal. Twist as they enter into the world. And that's been a deep challenge for me of trying to reestablish my identity after it was stolen and after i couldn't ever ever get it back because it's not like i came back to a world where i got to be just amanda knox again..

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"knox" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

07:54 min | 2 months ago

"knox" Discussed on Today, Explained

"Over a decade now. Tom mccarthy who co wrote and directed this movie told vanity fair. I believe in interview that he was inspired. By your story and that quote he couldn't help but imagine how it would feel to be in knox's shoes That being said he did not try to contact you to find out what it is like to be. You is that right. yeah so in. In no way was i ever approached to better understand what it was like to be in my shoes or to be in my father's shoes and that i think speaks a little bit to the problem of true crime where there's a sense of kind of entitlement to sit back and do this like armchair not just detective work but also empathy work where we just say. Oh i've heard of this person in this context. And i don't really remember them as a person. I just kind of this character. I feel a little bit. Like dracula where everyone gets to have their own spin on it. And i'm dislike an idea of a person that everyone just like gets to have their own take and what's odd about. That is if i were completely off the grid. Say like if i came back from my wrongful conviction and totally disappeared and rebuked any opportunity to speak to my experience. I would better understand the creatives. Not thinking oh maybe a monoxide is going to have something to say about the fact that were like taking her story as the colonel and the in the heart of our story. But i've actually been very very vocal. Since i came back about like i said how my own narrative was stolen from me. How the story has been misrepresented in the media. How the very fact that this is like when people think of the amanda knox saga and there's been a lot of recycling of this mistaken misappropriation of the story in even reviews of stillwater. Is people when people refer to the amanda knox saga. They're referring to the murder of my roommate. Meredith kirchner by this other person rudy gay and yet my name is the name that is associated with that story and my own story is one that sort of is like pushed off to the side as not being as important as that story like my own story is a very different story it's tangential but it's me being an innocent person who is trying to fight for my innocence and get and get my life back for when i am accused of something that i didn't do but i had nothing to do with my roommate's murder i did not incentivize it. I did not have prior knowledge or any special knowledge of it. I did not participate in it and the way that stillwater has chosen to represent my story in their story is that the amanda knox character has special knowledge and was at the very least indirectly involved in the killing of the meredith karcher character which is a myth it is the false narratives that was presented by the prosecution that has been debunked by evidence and yet is the ongoing myth. That is an obstacle towards me re integrating into society in a successful way and And being taken seriously as a person and this is not the first time this has happened to you. Know no no no And you know to their. I guess it's weird to say to their credit. But i suppose i wouldn't say that i i'm sitting here thinking like oh. Yeah damon. tom mccarthy were sitting in a room coming up with the story like cackling behind their wriggling fingers. Going like ha ha. We're going to like do a story at the expense of this innocent person. No of course not. I don't think they even thought that what they were producing was ever going to have an be at my expense. And that's the real heart of the issue is that there's is not the first time that there has been a sort of basing of a story upon my story and also an imagining of it that reinforces that false narrative. So i'm thinking about this proven innocent show which is a show that imagines what if amid knox became a lawyer. When someone goes to prison for a murder they didn't commit. It means the real murderer still out there this well. She's innocent in that story but of course there's that intrigue and of course they did not ask me if they could promote their their show and base their show upon my identity. There's the guilt show. That came out in in britain refined beloved. There's these novels called cartwheel an and so like it's not the first time this has happened and it's not the first time that i've spoke out about this. And if people want to claim that they are just inspired by my story but that they are taking it in a new direction. Then why is it that my name is perpetually used to promote these new imaginings. Like if you're if your story really rests on its own merits than let it rest on its own merits and also like i think that the stillwater is so so close to my own story that anyone who watched it. If tom mccarthy didn't own up to the fact that it was based on my story people would call him out on it. So he's in this interesting position where he kinda wants cake and he wants to eat it to where it's not amanda knox's story but it is amanda knox's story. It's amanda knox's story when i'm selling it and when it's recognizably amanda knox's story and takes all those elements that we think are super fascinating and the sex and the and and the mystery and the twist but it's not amanda knox's story when it has to do with what amanda knox feels about it more with manda in a minute This is advertiser content from linden tree when it comes to finding a mate. Most of us will compare many possible matches before finding our person and we invest our time. I survey found. That millennials can spin around ninety minutes a day swiping on dating apps. Recant find ourselves in a relationship with someone else. If we don't know who we are. I that's professional matchmaker. 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"knox" Discussed on We Saw the Devil

We Saw the Devil

05:05 min | 2 months ago

"knox" Discussed on We Saw the Devil

"Has many tweets but she started off with does mind name belonged to me my face. What about my life my story. Why does my name refer to events. I had no hand in. I return to these questions because others continue to prophet my name face and story without my consent most recently the film stillwater and mccarthy were kind of replied to Outcry he said. This is not the amanda knox story just inspired. So how would you describe this. It's a tricky one to describe. I would say coming it lost in the movie. It goes places you don't expect. I hope engaging. Amanda knox though says that well mccarthy. If movie wasn't inspired by my story you should probably keep my name out of your mouth every single time you promote it. She says quote. You're not leaving the amanda knox case behind very well if every single review mentions me. You're not leaving them. In case behind when my face appears on profiles and articles about the and the reactions have been mixed bag to say the least. I could more appropriately. Call it an absolute shit. Show one twitter user. Paul gray said quote. Sorry to be cynical but this comes across as you're not happy about others profiting off your story unless you're profiting off it as well. I wouldn't suggest for a minute. Your life has been easy in the fallout from what happened. The bigger picture is that the true victim is meredith. Others twitter calling her murderer. They are cursing at her calling her a racist bigot. Basically what you would expect from people trying to talk to into knox. A lot of people are not convinced of her innocence. I'm not going to get into the case because again it would take so long to do this case justice if we're getting into like every little piece of it but more or less. She changed her story like five times and she immediately accused her boss and african man and then the second which was ally and the second person that she accused was an african man from ivory coast and he actually ended up doing prison time for the murder. They found his dna At the scene on her and it sounds like they most likely got the right guy there but a lot of people are wondering if she's racist for lying right off the bat and then i mean let's just be honest. She didn't exactly do herself any favors. I think that her case was really interesting. Just as a whole to. Because i haven't seen that amount of vitriol towards a person in a long time especially one that most likely will an american abroad Imprisoned and how could she do this. She's young white middle upper class student. You know you usually usually. The court of public opinion is pretty sympathetic. to people. like her as her housemates body was being wheeled out of the house and a stretcher. The body mutilated ponti. She and her boyfriend were making out in canoeing and kissing standing on the side of the road. It's a very interesting case. I personally do not believe that. A minute knox had anything to do with the murder does she may be no more. I don't know But either way guys. Twitter is an absolute shit. Show highly suggest you had over there and just go to amanda knox twitter profile. Read this entire thread. She goes on for quite a bit more. She has definitely set it off..

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In 'Stillwater,' an American Oil-Rig Worker Seeks to Exonerate His Daughter

Weekend Edition Sunday

02:08 min | 2 months ago

In 'Stillwater,' an American Oil-Rig Worker Seeks to Exonerate His Daughter

"It's a familiar story. The stereotypical American goes abroad crass and brutally honest, but with a heart of gold, who breaks all kinds of rules to save the day. But while the new movie still Water may wink at this formula, it has its own story to tell about America's place in the world. You're innocent, so we gotta keep fighting. It doesn't matter that I'm innocent Dad. It's not about justice about finding peace. That's Matt Damon as Bill Baker, a former oil rig worker who travels to Marseilles, France, to see his estranged Daughter, Alison, played by Abigail Breslin. She's in prison accused of the murder of a local French Arab girl, but claims to be innocent, and Baker struggles with the unfamiliar language, culture and legal system as he attempts to free her The movie is out now in theaters and its director is Tom McCarthy, who won the Academy Award for best original screenplay for Spotlight in 2016. I began by asking him if the real life case of the murder of MEREDITH Kercher, which sent American Amanda Knox to an Italian prison in 2000, and seven before she was eventually acquitted. Inspired this film. I would say the seed was there. I started the script 10 years ago, Really? And I was sort of fascinated with that case, particularly the idea of An American student being imprisoned and then ultimately focusing on the relationship between as you point out her and her estranged father. So it started there and worked on this first draft of the script with another writer, and I just got into a place where it just was straight up thriller. I just felt it lacked dimension and Maybe authenticity, and I sort of put it down. I made the decision is director not to pursue it. Put it in a drawer for about 67 years and I picked it up again and I re approached it sort of from Page one with two new French writers. And we really talked right off the bat with Tamar. But again, in the way Debray about exploring the sort of you know all the dimensions of this story, the human dimension of it. The thriller Dimension suspends

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Matt Damon Runs Deep in “Stillwater”

WTOP 24 Hour News

02:07 min | 2 months ago

Matt Damon Runs Deep in “Stillwater”

"That take people into unexpected and difficult places. And that's the case in the new film. Still Water starring Matt Damon, I'm trying to get my little girl out of jail. That's all I give a damn about. You sound very American right now. Good. I am. Yeah. And you're also a stranger here. What did you do? You just have to trust me. Well, let's talk about it with Washington Post film critic Ann Hornaday, who joins us on Skype. It's great to have you back in. Thank you so much. Hello. Hello. So the premise of this film seems to have been inspired by real world cases of Americans who have been imprisoned overseas. Tell us about it and how this this film takes it on. And how does it do? Well, it is, um Sean is based on the Amanda Knox case, which I'm sure a lot of people will remember that Amanda Knox was imprisoned in Italy for murdering her fellow exchange. A fellow exchange student and filmmaker Tom McCarthy, of course, who won the Oscar a few years ago for the wonderful movie spotlight took that as a jumping off point, but really only that this does not. This is not a retelling of the Amanda Knox story. He focuses on a father character here, played by Matt Damon, who, as you heard in the clip comes to Marseille, where she's in prison. And and, um, first just on a routine visit, but then following up on a lead to maybe get her released and I think you know McCarthy is a wonderful film maker that's been as well established in his previous work, but He does slip here a little bit only because he wants this to be a lot of different movies in one way. It's an international thriller. Almost in that tradition of taken with a guy you know, trying to do the right thing by his daughter, Um, and then it also turns into a love story. The the wonderful French actors Camille Catan from a terrific Netflix series called Call My Agent. Plays a woman single Mom was whom heap of friends and they have a wonderful chemistry going on that I was very intrigued with, but then it gets. There's also kind of under underlying political

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"knox" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

04:43 min | 3 months ago

"knox" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

"With you and your husband Christopher? Yeah. It's called The Labyrinth Labyrinth and after the movie a little bit, after the movie a little bit after Jorge Luis Borges Hayes, if you're a nerd like bad, I did not expect you to say that. But yeah. So it's just like basically the the tag line is getting lost with Amanda Knox and it's like all the time zone. No. Have you ever feel like you are overwhelmed and, and lost in your own life? And like, how do you find your way out again, like, those are that, that kind of experience is something that I understand, really, really do believe real. So, when you just for office, like the number of people who reach out to me and even just like, I don't know if you've been keeping up with the money episodes, but like the I write about or I'm talking about infertility issues. Yes, like one of their college. I'm so sad about it off now. Thank you mean, we're moving through it and moving around it but like I've I've been shocked by the kinds of stories that people have been sharing with me and how much how close it feels to being wrongly convicted. Because like she comes at you out of nowhere, like you think your life is going one way? You're going to have kids and then suddenly you can't and you have this existential crisis and you don't know why, and you blame yourself and log. Feel like you're just trapped in this long journey where you don't know like at any point if it's going to be okay. And there are no guarantees and so many people are going through that right now and no one talks about it. So I acted I I mean we there was recently separated but we went through it for years. I mean you know it was like it was dead. It was amazing cuz it really and also really affected our marriage, I think. Yeah. A long time and they don't talk about that. We actually went to a support group. Yeah. The super helpful and like, I mean, we were fortunate that I, you know, in vitro eventually like, third, try work. But like that's like a journey. Oh my God. I'm like, yeah. Because it's a lot of injecting somebody. Yeah. Big ass needles. Yep. Yeah. And and trying to suck out eggs and trying to get confirm my science project going out like twin daughters and frankly she kind of does, was it really worth it? I have to say that but you know how you doing. I will definitely be checking that out and honestly it's it's really like, you're very inspiring. It's such an honor to talk to you. True. Yeah. Thank you so much. Well, yeah. And I really like when I I see like we were following each other and I was like, yep. I want I really wanted to talk to you, but I also just wanted you to come, like a comedy podcast cuz I feel like there's just a cloud over your, what people think of you like, oh no one could ever think you would have a sense of humor or laugh at anything like yours or like condemn me for, having a sense of humor, I can't tell you the number of times I've made jokes audience or on Twitter and people aren't, you know, who can't joke anymore. Oh God, I know you're like there was murdered by someone not that was not. It wasn't me. I didn't do it. Like people are murdered every day and year or so laughing and you're like oh I just wanted you to cuz I know like there's you're a human being and you there's not an ounce of me that ever would think that you were guilty. I mean, I I've read enough about it, I saw the documentary and off and I know there's people in this world that probably disagree with me. And I know, you know, that the people will just hear your name, having read nothing..

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"knox" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

04:41 min | 3 months ago

"knox" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

"It's it's important and I think that Amanda, you know, like that's What, you know, like the the public of, you know, the court of opinion of public like that you were convicted before you were convicted, you know? And yeah, and being like, I remember like being a news producer, like, during that time when you spoke there was, there was a particular time and all the headlines were the fact that you spoke perfect Italian wage, and that was headlines everywhere in perfect Italian. It's like, what? That's the, that's what your take away from everything that she just said, was that you actually spoke Italian job? Well, then there for a while and be aware of if she blurted shit on German, I would at least I didn't make a big deal about how you looked awful. I mean it is just an icing on the cake narrative, so much, I will tell you and like for me even more than the prosecutor and if you haven't seen a it's on it's on Netflix Amanda Knox. It's really it's really great but it applies to other things. It's not just about you. Like I think about this with Britney right now and like Britney was under a lot of pressure and shaved her head. And yes, by doing that act, she loses everything because she's a woman acting. Strangely by society's. You did not shave your head. You were wrong but you were still railroaded. So I think about that. But the person in that documentary most in need of me, punching them in the face was the journalist. Gosh he's yes my family likes to call him Nick piece of shit. Oh that's good. The leaning tower of bullshit is the Leaning Tower of Pisa show off. Like oh yeah, I watch this with every like Journal like journalists and this and this and this like attack were, they don't take responsibility for it off and hit like I it drives me crazy. If it's him. It's who's that smug? I took over for him. I got into so many fights. I'm about to enter the smug. English guy took over Larry King. Appears broke your supporters more. Yeah. Morgan. Oh man. He loves me. Well, he, I mean, he has clearly a big affection for women that didn't do anything. Yeah. The guy that Daily Mail guy, I like in the documentary, and who made the documentary? I should have was. Yeah, so Bryan maginn and bought blackhurst or the filmmakers. I think the producer was Stephen Morse. All of them young guys who came out of nowhere and and followed the case even wage..

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"knox" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

02:01 min | 3 months ago

"knox" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

"Hey Jenny, you know me? You know, I love to gamble. I normally, I mean you know this, right? I do. Yeah. So the biggest gamble, I'll take frequently. I'll take the animals like I will. I'll order. Sushi. That's a big gamble. That's a yeah, it's like airport. Sushi. You know, same or I'll I'll online date with somebody. Who's been really heavily featured? Yes, fair enough. So those are my line Gamble's, but for sports betting, I mean, whether it's the NFL or the NBA or off Major League Baseball, you know, for me the place I go to is betonline.ag, it's the fastest and easiest way depend on all your Sports Action. Oh, you're telling me being a certain Astro fan. I know it's not popular right now cuz the cheating but whatevs baseball season is in full swing. And you can track all the action happening on betonline.ag off. I was so like it's also a great place to get the news odds-on for all of your sporting needs. I don't think they do ice dancing yet, but I think it's coming and but off major sports your major league baseball, your NBA, or NHL, and all your UFC, and MMA action. Which I know you're a huge fan of God, all of it, but I'm here to tell you may get real-time updated odds props on almost anything. You can imagine with that online. A g. Yeah, that'll line has you covered for all the news scoresandodds. That's the best way to place your bets. And here's the thing, do you think that would cost something like a fortune to sign up? But you'd be wrong, it's free to sign up. It is totally 100% free. And I'm here to tell you before, you've even see another picture. Walk on the mound. Yes, head to bed online. On your laptop, mobile device, iPad off. No, whatever, you know, works.

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SyncFloor CEO Kirt Debique on Connecting Music to E-Commerce

Code Story

01:50 min | 3 months ago

SyncFloor CEO Kirt Debique on Connecting Music to E-Commerce

"So see first couple of days or is up top for for connecting all sorts of people website services applications into an amazing beautiful corpus of commercial independent that platform we've used to implement serve to applications. One of them is is what you see when you go to seek dot com which is a marketplace of commercial music for use in film tv. He ads podcasts games etc etc. And so there. We sort of target professionals producers editors exercisers that type of thing they come to that market based to that site and they're able to do a search very intuitive fund productive search which is built on technology that he developed his now. Pathogen called natural language music search. They can use that are discovering that forest to find music that matches the creative that they care about to lift their narratives in their productions. We also built another application called sauce. Podcasters icon which is more specifically to people who are independent podcasters. Small business podcasters of things like that and there you can think of it as taking sort of what you built. Missing comments simplifying it for that. Particular removing some of the knox and making it sort of more customized to that point on that platform enables really greet technology. Very akin to what shop does for people who want to do digital retail. We allow our commercial independent music labels publishers etc to have their own storefronts built our technology for research so they can have sort of stores integrated into their deleted website. They can actually have different aspects of that. We decided to give up part of the you can directly. Connect artists are directly to salt gauges for specific commerce. Offer licensing

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"knox" Discussed on The Past and the Curious

The Past and the Curious

05:16 min | 3 months ago

"knox" Discussed on The Past and the Curious

"My head of artillery. Yes yes a thousand times. Yes sir thank you. You'll never regret this. I got to tell my wife. She'll never believe. I'm working for the george washington. Oh by the way where all your cannons and stuff. Well they're just like you know three hundred miles away over mountains and rivers and valleys and forests at fort ticonderoga fort ticonderoga. Yeah i know can. Can you go get them. You're going to need them mr artillery. Sure yeah i'll just go get them. Yeah that'd be great. Thank you going to get. These canons was a completely ludicrous job. Most assumed it was a fool's errand. Henry knox just saw an opportunity to make a name for himself and thought he could figure it out so he said yes. I'll go get those cannons. Fort ticonderoga was recently in british hands. But it had been captured by american forces including benedict arnold. This was before he broke george washington's heart and became a traitor to the american cause in fort ticonderoga there were dozens of cannons and mortars the artillery that george washington needed so badly to chase the british out of boston and now they pretty much belonged to the americans but moving these huge iron and brass weapons many of which weighed over a ton. Each was such a hard job that no one wanted to do it or really could do it. For that matter ticonderoga is on lake champlain. Near the new york and vermont border. And let's just say wintertime can be pretty serious up there to add insult to injury. Knox would begin his journey from boston to ticonderoga on november sixteenth. He first went south to new york city and then headed two hundred and fifty or so miles over mountains frozen rivers and forest land to reach the fort along the way he hired men acquired horses and hired a few oxen. Once they arrived at the fort it took a tremendous amount of effort days of dangerous and exhausting work in the bleak. Windy cold to just to get the canons out of the fort and ready to move back to boston. All the while they wanted to maintain the greatest amount of secrecy so the british wouldn't know what they were up to now. It's hard to be quiet when you're moving hundreds of tons of heavy artillery with a train. Not just a manpower but actual horsepower not to mention when you're asking every capable man that you meet and trying to find as many horses as possible word is bound to get around that. Something's up the first part of the canons journey. Required sailing down part of the lake. In boats one of the boats immediately began taking on water. Probably because it was carrying way more weight than it was built for so the men bailed her out rebalanced the precious cargo among the other boats without losing a single cannon and headed off. They were soon met with snow which meant that. They could build sleds and the horses could pull the heavyweight along the way they'd blazed a wide trail cutting down trees to widen the path for the large train travelling on foot once while crossing a frozen river. The ice gave way underneath the weight of a particularly large cannon and down. It went but henry wasn't going to show up with one fewer field peace than he had promised washington so they spent a few days getting it up from the frigid river bottom. If you ask the men they probably would disagree on what was worse than that making it through the berkshire mountains with the dead weight. They were hauling or the mud they had to trudge through when the weather broke and the snow melted either way. He was miserable but they got the job done. By late january the artillery began to show up near boston. Henry knox had assembled a team and done impossible. Not bad for a young man who most recently had been a bookseller. One morning in march. The british army woke up to a surprise when they had gone to sleep the night before. Nothing was unusual. Nothing was amiss but when the sun shone the next morning their wide is saw from high point surrounding the city. All of henry knox's cannons which the american soldiers had labored overnight to put into place within days the british who had been hunkered down in boston for months unwilling to leave while they got the set sail leaving the city for a season and canada. Some people thought. Hey that's the end of the war maps. That were they right. They were worse than right. They were wrong the next summer the british would take new york and spend the next few years running washington ragged henry. Knox was there the whole time to a constant support to washington and the american revolution and he could always credit any future glory to the time that he said yes to the impossible and then made.

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"knox" Discussed on The Past and the Curious

The Past and the Curious

08:14 min | 3 months ago

"knox" Discussed on The Past and the Curious

"That's his name on fort. Knox never ever heard of fort knox but that's most people's only relationship with him unless you happen to be from boston because i think they like them a lot up there so that's going to be the only story and this bonus episode. There's not going to be quizzed time but there is going to be thirty seconds in fact we're actually going to start with you. Have thirty seconds a submission from my friend kate. Kate how about you take it away. What is the great heroes. Free war was a us marine sergeant. Atlas breakfast made fifty one trips across partisans carrying evacuating wounded marines. Breakfast received two purple hearts for injuries. Inflicted during these hazardous missions. Breakfasts saved countless lot. But with may us most unique was the fact that she was a horse. Close was calm in the midst of cast to stop step over communication lines in barbed wire and to seek cover in hearing the word incoming presence was the only animal ever to receive official rank west marine corps. Kate that was great. I admit that. I made a big mistake by not putting that in the previous episode from last week. Episode fifty-seven dramatically. That would have been perfect with all the horse talk. But i'm glad that we did it in right here and if you have a you have thirty seconds you have a you. Have you have thirty seconds. Then all you gotta do is make a voice recording intended to hello at the past and the curious dot com. We're always collecting them now. Let's get going with the show. Sometimes it's great to say no to things and there are many occasions to do so. You should always be prepared to say it other times. It can be really good to say yes and henry. Knox had a habit of saying yes. It was not uncommon. For mr knox to say yes when people asked him to do something even when he had no real idea of how to do it those times he knew he just it out later and learn it on the spot and that way he was a natural born improviser not unlike other people featured on the show like django reinhardt or sonny rollins but henry knox wasn't a musician. He was a bookseller in the seventeen. Hundreds at least at first. That's what he did pretty soon. He became an important and surprising figure. In the american revolution henry. Knox was a fixture around. Boston and he was hard to miss because he was a gigantic man. Big in every way not the least of which were his booming voice and boisterous laugh. He seems like the kind of guy that was pretty easy to like and he was a super hard worker when his father died. Henry was only nine and with the family in need of money. He stopped school and worked as a clerk in a bookstore while there he also apprenticed to the owner. A bookbinder now at this time in the seventeen sixties books were hard to come by and part of working with books meant actually making them. The owner realized that henry was a smart kid and an auto deduct meaning someone who studies and learn subjects on their own outside of a formal education setting so he allowed the boy to take books off the shelves when things were slow and even take them home to read in-depth through borrowed books. Henry taught himself. French advanced mathematics and read many of the great classic works of literature. He also developed a taste for military manuals which is notoriously dry rating. By the time he was twenty one. Henry opened a bookstore of his very own and it soon became a salon of sorts and boston. Both american colonists and british soldiers were quartered in boston frequented. The store henry. Knox was a pioneer in several ways. I he priced his books lower than the other stores. This brought people in but it also made the books more affordable for the common person. Secondly he was an early proponent of the book blurb today when you pick up a book at the store or a library what do you do. You read the summary and the teaser on the back to get an idea of what it's like on the inside when you crack it open and read the full thing. I don't know about you but this helps me make a decision or at least makes me take a deeper look if my curiosity is piqued but in the seventeen hundreds books just had a cover most likely with the title and the author. There's nothing else on the outside. They say you can't judge a book by its cover but at this time that was especially true. They all pretty much. Look the same. In an effort to entice interest henry would actually paste little summaries onto the book covers to give customers an idea of what treasures or boring military maneuvers. The book might hold inside while this was a great idea being seen and having a good conversation with whoever might be inside. The store was perhaps the biggest draw to knox's bookshop and from all these visitors and patrons henry learned more. He was particularly interested in military matters specifically artillery like cannons and mortars a very precise mathematics to it which military minds studied in depth. At the time if you've ever played the video game angry birds. That's a very basic idea of what's involved the deep details matter henry because he had recently joined the local militia and would drill with them on the weekends. In seventeen seventy. Knox was a first hand witness of the boston massacre and this along with the stamp act which raise the prices of his books and the continuing british occupation of his home in boston soured him to the british crown now. This was unfortunate for his family life because his wife lucy's parents were loyalists and they did not approve of their daughter's marriage to a rebel but their love was as steadfast as his commitment to the cause of american independence. After the boston tea party. Great britain sent generals soldiers and an entire fleet of ships to boston. The goal was to subdue the rebellious americans shut down the local government and occupy the town but after the battle of lexington and concord the american militias had had it and refused to let them back into the countryside easily again so everyone was pretty much just at a stalemate with the british in boston and the americans keeping watch all around the surrounding areas among other things. There wasn't enough food for the american fighters the british soldiers and the citizens of the city. This was making the situation even more tents when the new commanding general from virginia showed up in seventeen seventy five. He was admiring one of the fortifications built to protect the americans as they held their siege surrounding the city and the british. So you built this yours mr washington. I showed it pretty good man quite the engineer. Oh thank you i dabbled. How'd you learn to do this. I taught myself did you now. I did but not just now. It was a while ago. Okay well it says here that you manage the artillery during the battle of bunker hill which we totally one mr washington. I don't think i would call that a win. It was a moral victory. Okay i guess but yeah that was me to say what is it that you do mr knox. I sell books. I mean at least i did. My shop got looted and destroyed by the british soldiers books. That's surprising. oh is it would surprising about it. Books are awesome. You can learn anything from okay okay. I'm not looking for a lecture. Jeez what are you a librarian no. I'm a bookseller. Sounds like you used to be a bookseller coach too soon. Now i can take it just as i thought. Hey so. I'm in charge here now. And i need head of artillery. It's probably kind of weird that i'm about to offer the job to a bookseller with almost no military experience. But i like the cut of your jib. I've always been proud of my job. Don't get cocky kid. Sorry go on well. I guess what i'm asking is henry knox. will you be.

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The LGBTQ Runner Experience

Running Realized

02:01 min | 4 months ago

The LGBTQ Runner Experience

"I'm tina mu. I'm knox robinson. And this is our ninth episode of the podcasting. We're we're chipping away. It's exciting and i just love the variety of topics we've covered so far. I think it's been fun to explore and learn from each of the areas we've covered. It's true cena right. We were talking the other day about. I don't know if our listeners can handle this but you know there's so many ev. Every time we come up with something to discuss it opens up avenues to talk about ten other things. So we've got. We've got ideas that are just kind of pouring out and that's of like what what we're thinking about for this one because it's pride month. Yes how you. Observing pride month This year tina. I mean i. I'm enjoying seeing a lot. more conversations. Happening he speaking filling the confidence in the ability to be able to speak to their experience saying but also i. I'm very much appreciating people. Speaking up a little bit or at least from what. I've seen about the the fact that there's a lot of companies who are just wearing rainbow flags all over the place and A seeming that that is enough people cooling them out and saying actually no. You can't just paint your logo some bright colors and say that that's all you need to be doing so trying to support those messages. Amplify them when. I can and just your listening as much as i listening and learning how about you knox i. It's interesting along those lines. You know i'm a sister under straight black dude. You know but i think my own you know relationship is a new yorker with pride has been an evolution from you know like going to pride and you know the march in new york city Prayed rather in new york city. You know in the late nineties and kind of it being like a party in a cultural celebration and of crucial cultural expression to now kind of thinking about How peaked the month was last year.

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"knox" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

POW! Samsung Developer Program

02:19 min | 6 months ago

"knox" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

"Knox is a brand name that represents security platform and advanced security features like that are required in the price and also the close is that helps deploy and manage to isis. So i'd like it if you could elaborate a bit more on knock security. Is this only available for enterprise customers or is it also available for consumers have samsung phones. Grishin laws so the mock security platform is the foundation of security. that's Prebuilt on all samson devices the security platform on the device in all ronson and scans with security in real time which means the security has turned on by default so when a consumer gets us absent for that elite getting the most secure phone on the market today on top of the security foundation. The also both mocks platinum for an uprise which includes a toolkit and resources using which enterprise can unlock advanced features to transform other consumer device to business device. Can you talk about the advanced features supported by knox platform for enterprise so added in price means the most common sense of her comments. Any customer like wanna use price They they they will need like most of their commodore common saw using e but customers and industry has more stringent security comments that cannot be met by entered in a price. And that's what marks comes. Picture knocks can be used as an extension added a prize and advanced features that are created with the logs are created with an object to make the device more secure and manageable What would some examples be. For example access classified information using forms gone agencies must use a phone that supports two layers of encryption and samson is the one ui 'em that meets this requirement using knocks door and being chaining on also that are many other features to help increase productivity for example using marks customers can re map hardwood key launch. A business app. This is very helpful. You'd feature for frontline workers they can just press the site key to quickly launch a business app and this business app could be little push. Complication are a buck course. Coming up ligation. Okay so these are very few examples that are hundreds of features In locks that can be leveraged by customers and developers when building a.

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"knox" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

POW! Samsung Developer Program

02:18 min | 6 months ago

"knox" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

"Not only do we talk about security for consumer of samson devices but also the mini resources available for developers building with knox and the benefits offered to business enterprise customers. Enjoy so i am really excited to have with me on the podcast today bala garage. He him first of all. Thanks for the invite. And i'm really excited to be here today. Yeah i'm really looking forward to our talk today to learn more about knox last year. We did an episode. With morgan parker. We talked about the knox partner program. But today we actually get to dive into knox and talk about all the features and capabilities for developers. But first let me ask who is thing garage. Currently i'm a director of product management and the sampson will be team with a key. Focus on moxham petroleo and before joining the product team. I was working as a solutions architect and boost solutions for us government where to go. And that's when i got him. Opportunity dual designed architecture for tactical addition on galaxy s. Twenty nine on on the personal side. I how to be kids and currently living beautiful bay area with my family so we're pretty close to each other. I'm actually over on the other side of the bay. Both of us work out of the mountain view office after covid lead us back in. I'm sure we'll be bumping into each other when we're in the in the hallways there. Yes being more than a year. And i really miss face to face infractions and looking to get back to the office us almost possible can tell me. How long have you been at samson. I'm with samson for more than lebanese. But it still feels like yesterday i. John sampson's a consultant in two thousand nine validate the device management protocol on the samsung phones. And then my poodles levin. We created the dwi spanish when framework on samsung android devices. Which dan got up knox framework. And to these years. I've been growing together with the knox team at sampson. And so what. What was your professional journey. That eventually led you the samsung. Well not two thousand four. I worked for been q a software engineer in their offshoot team in india. Ben cue's a consumer electronics company. And i was part of their mobile team. That's when i got my first exposure to mobile technology and while working for bank you..

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S6 E7 - How YOU can build resilience in the face of chronic conditions

Courage to Fight Again

23:00 min | 7 months ago

S6 E7 - How YOU can build resilience in the face of chronic conditions

"This is the we served now. What podcast and if you're anything like me you've had a ton of questions after leaving the military and the lack of answers looking frustrated and probably a little confused. This show is here to help you make sense of what can sometimes be well just some craziness that is post military life so you can do more than survive. You can thrive my name. Is aaron perkins. I'm us army. Combat veteran husband. Who beautiful wife daddy to two amazing kiddos and the author of resolve a step by step guide. That takes you the veteran through the process of rediscovering purpose in your post military life sue. You can thrive so the questions we talk about on the show you know. A lot of them are direct questions. You know how to use eleven gi bill. What's new for veterans. twenty one. Those are just a couple of things we talked about in the season. This is a season six episode. Seven and we're tackling a tough question today and there's no single answer to that's the toughest part about this question so before we dive into the question. I want you to think of math equations for minute. Just really simple ones. Two plus two. What's two plus two. It's four right so very simple. Very easy math equation vice. What's tuplice to. You're always going to say you're always going to know. Won't let's four but if i say what math equations when you finish them we'll have four as that end number and be like man. I don't know that's almost an unlimited number of answers. What's the same thing today. Because today's question is surrounding how you build resilience when a family member has a chronic condition and there was a virtually unlimited number of answers to this question. But i'm going to do my best to unpack those and there's a lot to unpack here so let's get started so my son. Christopher was born in two thousand eight and he had a kidney disease and still. Has this kidney disease to this day and We knew that he had some problems with his kidneys. Because they found the these problems on an ultrasound. When i was in iraq and my wife was still in germany and The the did the ultrasounds that hey you know what we recommend you go ahead and head back to the states because you know you can get you can get better medical care there in the states and so my wife moved back what she thought was temporarily and ended up being a permanent move I- redeployed early on and a compassionate reassignment and Got to fort knox kentucky which was the closest. Us army post Where to where. My son was getting his medical care and for the first couple years of his life he went through. Thing was eleven or twelve operations and Numerous other procedures to get these kidneys fixed. Now today. it's amazing it. You would never know. A single thing was wrong within the last couple of times. He's gone to the kidney. Specialists are like look his kidney. Function is great. He's doing very very well. And so that was a trial by fire so to speak. That was kind of like. Hey this this is A method i guess. A real world Test to see if you. Aaron are resilient and so. I learned a lot about resilience just in that experience. You know because again this is not just a flash in the pan you know Something one thing happened and then we had to deal with that. You know a broken limb or you know an accident or something like that. It was a chronic condition and again still is to this day but i learned a lot about resilience through dealing with my son's challenges with that disease and if you think back to military life right and this is army specifically i have to expect that all the services are like this but they build resilience in to the training plan. You know and as important as that is personal resilience all together now the past two months. I'll be honest with you. Guys have been absolutely brutal. They've been crazy because not only does my son have a kidney disease but my wife has chronic conditions as well so the past couple of months. My wife and i got her permission to tell some of her story. Her story is man. If if you ever meet my wife asked her to tell you her story because it is absolutely jaw dropping. How she is where she is today. You know based on where she came from and an all the the difficulties she came through to become the woman she is today but just in these past couple of months We experienced quite the scare and that scare It it seemed like it was cancer. Just be honest so for A while we were getting tests and then waiting for more tests and we got those tests and We said okay well. We're just going to get through this. You know no matter what happens. We're we're in this together and we're gonna stick together through this well. My wife goes to get a biopsy and she gets this biopsy. She's in recovery. The biopsy went fine. It was painful but it went fine. nothing was unexpected But it went fine while she was in recovery and this recovery was just a quick recovery. Just a few hours. She had what is called a ti or a mini stroke. And so we're like. oh my goodness how. In the world number-one how in the world is this happened number. Two how do we deal with this now. You know this is. This seems so much more serious than what it The what started out to be. We thought it was going into get a biopsy and and now here you've got to stay in the hospital. You've gotta be admitted well actually admitted to one hospital then transferred to another because at first hospital was too small and they didn't have the right doctors. There had to be transferred to another hospital and then finally a few days later she gets out. She's getting slowly better. But we still don't have those answers right. Don't have the answers in the biopsy because it takes a week or more to come back and you know she finally gets these answers and they're like yeah. Well we really don't know what it is. We really don't know what it is. It's not cancer. But we're not sure. And so they said. Well we want to send you to an autoimmune specialist and and those Those doctors are are booked up forever and well we can get you. Maybe like june july and so here we are still waiting on those answers and obviously all of this is stressing her out now. Little bit about that mini stroke just answered stress for her brings about these These symptoms where It stress basically over stresses her brain and she ended up needing to quit her job. And you talk about frustrating. And i don't mean frustrating like all you can't work anymore but she was super frustrated at like me. Why in the world is this happening. And and you know. What can i do to help and to build that resilience right but this is. This is not a story about my son. This is not a story about my wife specifically. Today's show is all about building that resilience when your family member has a chronic condition. And so i'll just tell you over. This was going with my wife. I stopped everything i could. You know some of you may have seen an email from said. Hey sorry. Our live mental health event An open dialogue mental health is going to be cancelled if your sponsor for the event. You've already paid. You know we're going to refund your money Which which already did. But there were so many things that i was doing that having a hand in that i said you know what i've just gonna stop doing those things and focus on what matters most right now focus and for me. That's my family. And and i think that is a key element to resilience is focusing on what you need to focus on and again. I know that sounds vague. Right but what is it that you personally need to focus on. Because i can't tell you what you should focus on. I can't tell you that. I wish i could but unfortunately i can't at so. I resigned my position from a nonprofit board Alabama veteran here in here in obviously alabama But also got some help from facebook in preparation In preparation for this episode and Some of you responded and told me how you build resilience in your own personal life. And i want to go through some of those responses real quick and then i'll dive into the five science backed strategies to build resilience but on facebook right. You know one of my friends. He said it. Because i asked i said look. I'm news and helping an oak upcoming podcasts. What are your go-to strategies for building resilience in your personal life and one of my friends. He's kind of a kind of a jokester but he says he says avoiding people and puts us little laughing face or winking face at the end of the comment but the the fact is sometimes that is the to do to help you build resilience and focus on what matters most to you another person. I and i love this. She said it's all about the thought life. It's about your mindset and and she also she said. I'm practicing telling myself no just to exercise that muscle while you know what that's not a bad idea and so there was a number of really good comments here but a couple of them Not a couple of them. I should say a couple of themes came out number. One was faith how my friends saying you know what. I'm learning to do what i've needed to do for years. And that's focus on my faith. You know my faith pushes me past that present crisis or would i'm perceiving as a crisis right you know made. My faith is reading and prayer. And you guys know if if you've listened to this podcast before that you know. This isn't absolutely faith-based podcasts. You know and and my my faith is that of christianity of following jesus But faith has been incredibly important for those seeking to build resilience in a personal lives and Additionally is time for self reflection so one thing is faith is the one theme that came out in the second was self reflection scheduled time for relaxation. And so using those hobbies or those Chill lacks kinda relaxing moments and building those in to your everyday life so that you can handle those stressors right And i wanna mention one of the thing this was. This was a a another theme. That that i know i said only two. There's actually three themes that came out and that's relationships. Relationships are so critically important and one guy actually When my friends here in the area said whoa to him and this is a scripture verse. Actually he's fourteen. He says woe to him who was alone when he falls and doesn't have another lift him up because look lifestyle right. It's really really tough. And the truth is we can't do it by ourselves. We weren't meant to we weren't designed to So it's really really important to have those people in our lives to help us when we can't help ourselves so having those strong relationships around us In a one one other one other comment. I wanna to point out before you get to the five science back strategies for building resilience practice resilience by practicing being resilient each time. Something happens to us. We need to put that in her memory so next time that happens to us even if even if it never happens again we we have that memory of what we did as we figured out you know kind of how to go through that process the first time now. What does that have to do. With a chronic condition you a family member having a chronic condition. All those things apply. They apply directly. Okay so five. Science back strategies to build resilience and this will take just a few minutes number one change the narrative. So look when something bad happens whether it's a single event or a long term Kind of episode right. We often relive the event over and over in our heads and it's called ruminating rehashing the pain and and it it's like we're spinning our wheels. Basically you know There's a study. Said you know what maybe try expressive writing. You know to try gaining some new insights into the challenges in your lives. You know there are a few different ways. You can manage that but that you can change the narrative But one of the one of the ways is to reframe it in another Another perspective or another light. How do you that a one of the things you can do is talk to those in your life that you have those strong relationships with another reason why relationships are so incredibly important. That's the first one number to face your fears. Sure like man. I don't know what's going to happen. In my spouse's life from my child's life because of this chronic condition face it running away is not going to help and when i say face it i i don't mean just dive headlong into a by yourself and tackle it all alone. Another reason why those relationships are so important. So even if you know it's your spouse that's going through something being able to talk to someone else about it about what's going on in your life and how you were feeling is so incredibly valuable. You can't even put a number on it so number one going to change the narrative number to face your fears and face those fears with someone else number three and i'm gonna put this link. This is a great article will put this link in the show notes. You can check out this entire article yourself but practice self compassion. Think of it. Think of what. You're going through right now and think of that in someone else's perspective like if someone else had the same challenges you were having right. Now maybe your child is a chronic condition or your parent or your spouse and they came to you and said hey i. I'm having this problem you know. My wife had a cancer scare. She had many stroke and then We sort of know what's going on. Oh gosh i i don't know what to do. What would you do. Chances are you would be compassionate with them and we know fear versity they can make us feel really alone and we wonder why were the only ones feeling this way and what exactly is wrong with us and check chances are. There's nothing wrong with us at all. You know the there's this real problem with And with i within the veteran community that we all seem to think we're alone and the truth is were not and another reason why you need those strong relationships so you can remember. Hey i'm not alone this but practice self compassion be compassionate to yourself number four meditate and. I know that meditation sometimes gets a bad rap. But i will say. I've tried it myself meditation. Mindfulness and it is a wonderful stress. Reliever i will let you do your own research on that. But there is such value in meditation number. Five and this one is critically important. Cultivate forgiveness. And here's the thing. When it comes to a chronic condition of family member whether that's your spouse or child or your parent or or sibling you can sometimes get this. You can get mad right. And what is there to be mad at. Who is there to be mad at. Well you know you can be that nature you can be mad at god. You can be frustrated but holding a grudge is only going to hold you back. And and that expands far beyond just the Know caught debating forgiveness for forgiveness. Sake right extends will beyond that in well beyond the chronicle condition idea and goes further into your entire life because my pastor says it like this he says holding a grudge against someone is like setting yourself on fire and hoping. The other person dies from smoke inhalation. I know sometimes we feel like man. I've got to hold on to this grudge. I'm not going to forgive but cultivate forgiveness. And there's an entire chapter dedicated to forgiveness in the resolve book. And so i love you to check that out Head over to kurds fight again. Dot com click on. Get the book and you can find out more about forgiveness what that looks like. In the veteran's life look stress and struggles come in many forms in life adversity trauma. Fear shame betrayal of trust. Look there's a lot of things you can do though that can help you learn to cultivate forgiveness so those five science backs strategies to build resilience number one change the narrative face your fears in practice. Self compassion go easier self number four meditate again. You do your own homework. Do your own research there. Maybe it works for you. Maybe it doesn't. But i know in my own life it has helped kaminsky and number five avait forgiveness l look. I know we have a lot of questions. We all have a lot of questions in our lives but the most important question we can ask ourselves is this have. I accepted the forgiveness of sins. That only comes through faith. In jesus christ while i hope this episode has helped. I'd definitely hope that you've gotten something out of it. If you have would you go to. I tunes and leave us a five star review. That would be amazing. And if you if you didn't like the episode and you're like hey. I learned something. Would you please go leave five star review. Those reviews actually helped so much. If you're like you know what. I'll leave review but maybe not five stars both. We'd like to hear those two so again. If you have any questions for us at all that you would like us to address here own the show. Send us a message podcasts. At courage to fight again dot com. And like i said at the beginning of the show. If it's on your mind it's worth exploring. Well thank you so much for listening. I'll see you next time We served now. 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OnePlus 9 boasts a Hasselblad-tuned camera. Heres what its like to use

The 3:59

02:26 min | 7 months ago

OnePlus 9 boasts a Hasselblad-tuned camera. Heres what its like to use

"What did oneplus announced. Today we've got to new flagships. We've got the top and oneplus nine pro and the one plus nine. And how much are these phones. The nine starts at seven hundred twenty nine dollars the nine pro little bit more expensive at nine six nine okay. So let's let's get to the cameras because they spent a lot of time talking about the camera. The marquee feature are these hasselblad tuned cameras now for folks who aren't necessarily in photography. What is the big deal with the hassle. Blood brand so hasselblad is a pro camera. Mak- a they make a really really high equipment medium format cameras but also old exclusively to really high end commercial rosal people who take that photography extremely seriously and of course have the bank pilots to spend six thousand dollars plus on cameras okay. So are these cameras. That worth the hype. Like i know i've seen the brand has supplied thrown onto other mobile devices in the past usually hasn't resulted in much but this time around. How are the cameras. Are they really worth the hype in this. This super expensive brand that the Tout so in a word. No that knox and that is a shame for one plus because it's a company that has been known for doing great phones but it's cameras have never had a lot of praise and that is pretty much the same this time around There is no question that they can take some really nice photos. And i would say that they are definitely a good step ahead of what oneplus has done before. The problem is is that his rivals particularly apple with the iphone. Twelve pro and samsung's galaxy s twenty one ultra have taken even big at steps forward since they launched that phones and oneplus again is kind of playing. Catch up here. Give you some specs on what what the actual camera configuration looks like what some of the features are show so the standard oneplus nine There are two main cameras. A standard seem to think a forty eight megapixel sensor and there's an ultra wide cameras well On the pro. That standard lens actually has a physically logica image sensor one of the largest actually but you can get in a phone camera which is promising in some ways but it doesn't necessarily necessarily deliver there is also the addition of a three times optical zoom

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Angelina Jolie Filed New Court Documents Alleging Domestic Abuse By Brad Pitt

Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

03:37 min | 7 months ago

Angelina Jolie Filed New Court Documents Alleging Domestic Abuse By Brad Pitt

"Jolie is accusing. Brad pitt of domestic violence and claims that she has proof. So these documents were filed by angelina jolie. Alleging that she's prepared to offer proof against pets regarding her claims of domestic violence she also filed another document in which three minor children that would be shiloh and the twins. Knox and vivian. Who are both night twelve. They might testify now. Her three older children maddox zahara and packs. They do not need parental consent to testify that they could to sources as saying quote. This is just another case of angelina changing the narrative when it suits her so what they're saying here. Is this divorce. This child custody battle has been going on for so long that now it seems to be coming to an end right when we thought market was about to be over. Certainly there are these new accusations and it's very difficult because on this show when people come forward with accusations we take them very seriously. We don't joke about that stuff. Timing of this seems odd to some people but this stuff is explosive mark. You know we really is rob. And i have to tell you as a reporter someone who's covered this couple for years for us weekly had tell the people listening at home that there is so much more that goes on behind that behind the scenes on then you really realize and i think we can read between the lines but a lot of information leaks out about this couple a lot of the story lines and narratives that we see in the magazine and on tv shows. Listen it's very messy and what makes me so sad is that i think the real losers in the situation are the kids and rob. I think it's hard to comment on this until we really see the proof as she That she plans to share. and then i just think it's a very sad situation. Hollywood us very much brad size. They've turned on angelina and to be honest here. A lot of people in hollywood don't really trust angelina and they think that she's playing a game and she's manipulating the facts but we should acknowledge to that in two thousand and sixteen. She accused him of child abuse just before she filed for divorce member. He got into an incident on a private plane with maddox. The fbi was called. Mark the fbi as they investigated brad and they find nothing to be there. The case was closed also to the department of child and family services. They investigated brad to and they cleared him. What some of brad's friends are saying. And i hit the phones this morning. Is they told me. This is very very suspicious. Because had she had proof before they've not being together knife for a long time she would have released it just holding onto something for the last minute. Seems a little bit suspicious. They also point out that with the exception of the two thousand and sixteen accusations that once again he was cleared off by the f. b. i. They've never been any of the police records any reports or even any accusations until now after the case was closed in two thousand sixteen there was a little bit of hope. Angelina actually expressed relief that the investigation had been concluded. Brad spoke out about the investigation to g q and he said the following but nobody wins in court. It's just a matter of who gets hurt

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Malcolm X's Family Push to Uncover the "Truth" behind His Death

Democracy Now! Audio

06:37 min | 8 months ago

Malcolm X's Family Push to Uncover the "Truth" behind His Death

"The. Fbi and new york. Police departments are facing new calls to finally open their records related to the assassination of malcolm x. Shocked at fifty six years ago at the audubon ballroom and harlem february twenty first nineteen sixty five. This comes after the release of a deathbed confession of a former undercover new york police officer who admitted to being part of a broad new york police and fbi conspiracy targeting malcolm in the confession the former officer. Raymond would who died last year admitted he entrapped to members of malcolm security team and another crime. A plot to blow up the statue of liberty just days before the assassination. On saturday ray woods cousin. Reggie would read the letter at a news conference at the shabazz center in harlem assignment to draw the two men into a felonious federal crime so that they could be arrested by the fbi and kept away from managing malcolm. X's audubon ballroom door security on february twenty first nineteen sixty five in his letter. Raymond would also revealed. He was inside the audubon ballroom. At the time of malcolm's assassination at least one other undercover new york police officer. Gene roberts was also inside after infiltrating the security team of the organization of afro american unity. The group malcolm founded after leaving the nation of islam. Both officers would and roberts were part of the bureau of special services and investigations or bossie. A secret of political intelligence unit of the nypd nicknamed the red squat welcomes assassination. Police arrested three members of the nation of islam. His murder but questions about the guilt of the men have lingered for decades in his letter. Raymond would openly says one of the men. Thomas johnson was innocent and was arrested to quote. Protect my cover and the secrets of the fbi and the nypd unquote ray woods letter. Echoes claims and recent books by manning marable and less pain that some of malcolm's actual assassins were never charged in a moment. We'll be joined by raymond. Woods cousin reggie would released his deathbed confession. But i i want to turn to the words of malcolm x. Himself speaking after his home in queens was firebomb just a week before his assassination february fourteenth. Nine thousand nine hundred sixty five by house was bombed. It was bound by the muslim movement. On the orders of aligned to mohammed. Now they hit come around so they had planned to do it from the front. End the back so that i couldn't get out. They had they. They covered the complete the door then they had come to the back but instead of getting directly in back of the house in this way they stood at a forty five degree angle and talk with the windows so it it glance and onto the ground and the fire hit the window woke up my second oldest baby and then the fire burn on the outside of the house but it had had that one going through that window it would have fallen on a six year old girl a four year old girl and a two year old girl. And i'm gonna tell you if it had done it. Taken my wrangling going to anybody insight. I would not wait. Goes in the senate because this the police know the criminal operation of the black muslim movement because they have thoroughly infiltrated because they have thoroughly infiltrated it. Those are the words of malcolm x. Right before his assassination right after his home was firebombed in february of nineteen sixty five just days later he was shot seconds after he took the stage at the ballroom. We're joined now by reggie. Would the cousin of raymond would author of the new book. The ray which story confessions of a black nypd cop in the assassination of malcolm x. Still with us. Civil rights attorney. Ben crump who attended that news conference with Reggie wooden at the audubon ballroom now. The shabazz center where malcolm x was assassinated fifty six years ago. Reggie thank you so much for joining us. Use read parts of the letter this weekend. Talk about your cousin. Ray would and what you understand happened the conspiracy. He alleges that he was a part of by the fbi. And the new york police department to assassinate malcolm x. Morning thank you for having me ray was was a complicated man I think be based on his past experiences he he lived with a lot of fear and caution on a daily basis which instilled in me over the past ten years but are ray was a person that lived as a lived. He lived as a as a very quiet and reserved person because of what he experienced he witnessed some horrible things firsthand and also realized that he was a part of it after the fact and so therefore ray was told by his handlers. That not to repeat anything that he had seen or heard or he would Join malcolm therefore for forty six years. Ray separated himself from the family and In fear that he will put us in danger out rey lived alone many years and he Finally in his final years when he realized that he was his cancer was a reoccurring. He wanted to reconnect with family. Because he didn't want to die alone. So i volunteered to move them to florida so that my wife and i take care of them and get them back and forth cancer treatments things of that nature and therefore he trusted me enough to reveal this information and asked me not to say anything until he passed away but at the same time knox allow them to take it to his grave.

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Should the US Federal Reserve Buy Bitcoin?

The Breakdown with NLW

03:07 min | 8 months ago

Should the US Federal Reserve Buy Bitcoin?

"Why the us needs. Bitcoin elon musk and other. Vip's have endorsed it. Here's why the federal reserve should seriously consider btc for its balance sheet. The united states will adopt bitcoin as a reserve asset. Why because it is unequivocally in strategic interest to do so. The question is not if this will happen but when whether it happens within twelve months to years five years or ten years will have major implications for us positioning for decades failure to embrace bitcoin sooner rather than later will damage strategic interests and benefit rivals. Adopting at first by examining how the us and other countries manage their reserve assets. Today we can already see the logic for this transition to occur golden empire today the us hold two hundred sixty one. Million troy ounces. Eight thousand one hundred and thirty-three metric tons of gold or about four hundred and seventy five billion worth this makes the us the largest holder of gold in the world by a wide margin with over two times the amount of the next largest holder germany. Historically there was a very good reason for the us to own gold the us dollar was pegged to its value yet. The us broke with the gold standard in nineteen seventy-one ushering in the fiat currency age that has existed ever since. So why exactly the. Us and other countries continue to own all this gold here. Some of the reasons provided directly from central bankers themselves. Gold is the defacto safe haven asset. It is an insurance policy against any major economic. Monetary or geopolitical shifts given gold's ample liquidity and universal appeal countries can easily liquidate it for other assets in turbulent times. Gold is both independent of any given country's economic or monetary policies while also having a fixed supply on earth with relatively stable supply growth making it an ideal hedge against both monetary inflation and fluctuations in other reserve assets. Gold is viewed as nobody's liability. It cannot be frozen in a bank account or defaulted on when frictions between countries arise combined these reasons with the cultural importance of gold and it's uncontroversial to say that having more golden everyone else is a very good thing. Fort knox two point. Oh bitcoin similarities. To gold are well-documented. Earning it the appropriate nickname of digital gold yet. Bitcoin shares many similarities with cluding scarcity. Stable supply inflation fungibility durability. It also makes major improvements over golden some key areas when gold is in high demand. Minors are incentivized to dig up more of it increasing its supply. Bitcoin supply does not change in the face of demand making it less inflationary and more predictable far easier and cheaper to verify the authenticity of bitcoin. Gold bitcoin is much easier to transfer than gold and cost much. Less to store securely. Bitcoin is easily divided whereas gold is not for these reasons a rapidly increasing number of people companies and institutional investors agree that having more bitcoin than everyone else is a very good thing today. This includes the world's richest man highly conservative long-term thinking asset managers industry-leading companies and the most prominent macro investors in the

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2 Dallas officers shot while responding to domestic violence call

Morning News with Hal Jay & Brian Estridge

00:28 sec | 8 months ago

2 Dallas officers shot while responding to domestic violence call

"Left two officers hospitalized Dallas Police chief Eddie Garcia says the officers are expected to survive continue to pray for our for our officers that are wounded and for the men and women of this police department, who continued to show up every day regardless of the threat that they may encounter. The officers were shot in their legs while responding to a shooting on Benita Avenue in the Knox Henderson area. Police eventually breach location and found a man and woman dead. Time now for Texas business here. Spencer

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Raptors hold Knicks to 3 for 36 from 3, win without Siakam

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 10 months ago

Raptors hold Knicks to 3 for 36 from 3, win without Siakam

"In a game played Emily arena in Tampa the Toronto raptors defeated the New York Knicks one hundred eighty three to post their first victory of the young NBA season Fred vanvleet led the raptors with twenty five points will be there in a row and student is not is not acceptable around here and I think you know lot of guys fired up and we're there's a core group here that as kind and now we know what each other's thinking at all times sometimes these movies that all out truly is Randall and Kevin Knox the second each had sixteen for New York the next scored forty eight points in the paint but the raptors offset that by making seventeen baskets from three point range while the Knicks had just three tall Macon's Tampa

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Bills punctuate AFC East supremacy with thrashing of Patriots

Get Up!

02:50 min | 10 months ago

Bills punctuate AFC East supremacy with thrashing of Patriots

"Buffalo patriots and this was a great one josh allen dance in his way into the playoffs visiting the patriots bills looking for the season. Sweep over the past for the first time this century and it started with a little bit of trickery. Four minutes left in the first quarter and look at that to kwan. Johnson taking the snap on the fake punt but bill stack in the box. But it didn't matter because watch just real smooth completing that. Pass keeping the drive going. How about that under one minute left in the first quarter fourth and one patriots forty three yard line allen fixed the hand off keeps informed software twenty two yard gain and the first down bills were having their away with the patriots in this game. After an here you go right here. You look at it. Allen dropping back dawson knox in their. Sorry zack moss. In there for the touchdown both bills lead ten three for the patriots score. Bills the ten nine fourth into on the forty three allen drops back. And here's the dawson. Knox keeping the first down three three on fort down in the first half. They entered monday with seven down. Tries few it's in the nfl that drive continues person. Go from the four allan with the play action. Finding smith in the end zone for the touchdown bills lead at seventeen nine and smith gets a nice little. Tackle buys line keeping them happy next bills possession. First and ten from the fifty allen drops back finding stefan digs at takes it all the way running by guys built twenty four nine heading the halftime and it was that kind of game and it didn't get any better for the patriots in the third quarter fills. I drive out of the hat. I intend on the patriots. Eighteen yard line allan fires gigs. And yuck walks right. In for the touchdown second touchdown catch the game for dig balentine. Jim kelly for the most touchdowns in a single season in bills history. Those thirty one the nine and then fourth quarter first and goal. He's gonna break jim. Kelly record on this play right here. Stefan digs third touchdown catch of the game and watch it again flex on that one bill bell not happy because watch it again and to strike and this combination between alan digs working to perfection right now and these guys were all smiles after the game. Maybe wait wait. You think josh allen the mvp stefan percent especially mine vp. Yeah right definitely for them. Goals brought to you by subway and the tandem josh allen and stefan digs set a single season franchise records in passing touchdowns and receiving yards last night. Giving buffalo twelve wins for the first time. Since one thousand ninety three thirteenth win would be tied for the most in bills history.

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Baseball Hall of Fame pitcher Phil Niekro has died at 81

Dr. Joe Esposito

00:27 sec | 10 months ago

Baseball Hall of Fame pitcher Phil Niekro has died at 81

"And Braves Hall of Fame pitcher Phil Niekro has passed away Knox. He was woven into the Braves fabric, says a team statement. For more than two decades, Phil Niekro tied up hitters with his knuckleball winning 318 games, mostly with the Braves. He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1997 distinctive and memorable words from baseball commissioner Rob Manfred to describe Niekro. Ducks. He had battled cancer in his later years. Phil Niekro Dead at

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Vaccinations reach nursing homes as California faces crisis

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 11 months ago

Vaccinations reach nursing homes as California faces crisis

"Coronavirus vaccinations have started for people of all ages nursing home patients in Florida are being vaccinated governor Ron DeSantis wants this done as quickly as possible as you have this protection you can have people return two more sense of normalcy first to get the shot at John Knox village near fort Lauderdale eighty eight year old Vera leap where she excited and how does she feel about it I don't know how I feel about it you know but you know that calm and the how long it's going to be I have no idea after getting the shot leap said she felt fine I met Donahue

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Broward, Pinellas nursing homes to get vaccine first, Miami-Dade to follow

Sean Hannity

00:40 sec | 11 months ago

Broward, Pinellas nursing homes to get vaccine first, Miami-Dade to follow

"Rhonda Sad this visiting John Knox Village in Pompano Beach this afternoon after dozens of residents given the first dose of the covert 19 vaccine, the governor says. Long term care facilities, and Broward and Penelas are the first to get the shots with more than 21,000 doses. Split between 112 facility I directed the Department of Health and Division of Emergency Management to create strike teams consisting of the Florida National Guard and E. M s personnel to take some of the load off Walgreens and CVS and begin vaccinating This critical population as soon as the vaccine arrives, Miami Dade will be getting another shipment of vaccine in the coming days to serve six nursing homes and the

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Bill Barnwell on NFL Week 14

ESPN Daily

06:05 min | 11 months ago

Bill Barnwell on NFL Week 14

"To one bill barnwell. We just watched the now. Ten and three bills beat the now eleven two steelers twenty six to fifteen and i am not certain of many things in this world anymore. But i am pretty certain. They're going to be a lot of babies named josh or in buffalo alone that people in buffalo are named. Ej drew rob tyron. We're all going to have to change their name to josh. Over the next few months bill barnwell host the bill barnwell show podcast. And you can find his indispensable. Nfl column on espn plus every monday. He's also never broken a table that we know of. They'll help me understand this. How did the buffalo bills turned things around after such a slow. Start on offense tonight. This was interesting because the slowest kinda out to these sort of exact start you would want right. I mean josh. Allen was struggling the steelers pass rush was in his face early and often does allen. Started this game seven of sixteen for thirty nine yards with an interception and a fumble alan of the gun. He's back late rush. Throws it down the left side line and it's intercepted that is a great offense was struggling on the side of the ball. It's fair to say but look like the steelers were josh allens head and maybe last year that would have been it. Josh allen never would have recovered this year is different. Josh allen is different and he has a weapon nobody can cover and the combination of allen and stefan digs took advantage of some rare mistakes and misplace. From the pittsburgh steelers allen's a hot stretch started really with the steelers tried to tackle digs on a third in three without hands which is hard. Alan took that playoff field for twenty three yards. And then he got going digs had two catches on plays. Were still defensive. Backs just fell down including a touchdown and now made one great throw against to coverage for a touchdown. Pass to gabriel davis. Cox's arm fires into the renzo caught buffalo touchdown bills. Gabriel davis caught a thirteen yard strike. And a second throw on the run of long pass interference penalty to dos knox. It seemed like the steelers might have figured out the third year quarterback but by the second half it was pretty clear things where the other way around so looking at the steelers now bill. I am curious what exactly has been solved with them because this is a team that went from undefeated not so long ago to losing two in a row now to washington and buffalo so based on what. You've seen these last two weeks. How worried should pittsburgh actually big. There's reasons for legitimate concern here. I mean the defense will the problem at the end of the day they all. The bills scored nineteen points. So i'm not stressed about the defense on the whole he's had some injuries that's going to be a legitimate concern but this is still a very good defense and they are prohibitive favorites still to win the afc north. But i think even before the last two games last two losses there were concerns about this offense. The steelers came into this game ranked thirtieth in rushing offense. Dvr a football outsiders efficiency statistic but roethlisberger was twenty ninth in the league in completion percentage on de passing becoming very erratic deep passer and the stairs basically happened left with an offense but almost exclusively consists of short passes trying to the ball. Out of rothlisberger hands quickly. That's help keep him healthy. Which is great but that offense has one explosive game. Since the start in november and sunday night was not the second we saw the offense struggle in the exact same ways even though they got james conner. They're starting running back back in the lineup. They lost multiple starting offensive linemen to run the seventeen times for forty seven yards. And we're at. The speaker tried to throw deep. He was one of five for nineteen yards with a touchdown and pick now. It's possible the steelers are tired after basically going fourteen weeks without a real by they've had their to buy weeks of course basically taken away due to covert concerns. Remember the one saving grace all year for the steelers. That's they were going. Undefeated was the possibility of getting that week off asks the number one seed in the afc. Now they fall fallen behind the chiefs with bosses in their past two games. The upshot only gives steelers in eight percent. Chance of coming away with the number one seed in the conference talked about last week. That's the only way to get a buy in the playoffs. At this point the stakes happened raised for the steelers. I'm not sure whether they're up to the challenge and it feels like it is only clear that the measuring stick against which all contenders are evaluated has to be kansas city and the chiefs spill. They seem to find themselves in some amount of danger on sunday. Only to escape narrowly against the dolphins and their young quarterback to and tug of lois. Oh after watching. Patrick mahomes ultimately win this game. Thirty three to twenty seven. How did miami put this biggest scare into the now twelve in one chiefs so i will. They did something that nobody has been able to do to the chiefs all season. That's forced takeaways. Patrick mahomes hasn't made any spectacular plays. Maybe this year. Has he did during that. Mvp season his first. Starting your twenty eighteen. But they've been really effective at avoiding. Take ways they haven't had one takeaway in any one given game until the dolphins game against the dolphins homes through to early interceptions to help the dolphins get out to attend. Nothing lead back to throw my extra fake look and dumped it down. Intercepted ball picked second interception up the day of patrick mahomes and while the chiefs runoff thirty consecutive points to go ahead. The dolphins strip mccall hardin inside the red zone to stop possession the second half and then saving howard picked off mahomes in the end zone for kansas city's fourth turnover of the game. Now i don't know if that's a sustainable formula for opposing team's doing from one turnover as a maximum to four. But they were able to get back into the game and the chiefs a genuine battle by forcing those takeaways from an offense. That just hasn't done that. Really aussies

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"knox" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"knox" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

"Welcome to kiss myths and mysteries. I'm your host Kit Chrome. Today, we're going to take a look at the mystery of the gold. If there is any at Fort, Knox will initially the four began to evolve. It also began to grow surrounding lands were bought up and converted into additional grounds. The situation dictated for security. A modern side is now protected by one hundred, nine thousand acres of US Army, territory, and deep inside the structures a seventy five year old vault that is known the world over for the gold that it protects. But there is a wide belief that there is no gold the main evidence behind that belief that vault is. Empty is twofold firstly, only a handful of people have ever been inside the vault itself and the goal that is believed to be there has not been audited since amid nineteen seventies, the bunker has been deemed to be highly classified and as a classified venue, it is not somewhere that the government will simply open the doors for the general public. So how did that gold get there? If there is any goals left well, initially once construction was completed two gold bars were shipped by US mail and ferried in by an underground mine car. There were nine of these cars they were accompanied by a team of sharpshooters all armed with machine-guns go. Also made part of the journey by an army convoy protected by US Cavalry Brigade Fort Knox is really empty then it raises the question as to why this is. So one possible answer might surprise a few people gold and Gold Bouillon experts consider Fort Knox is in Florence or importance to be waning the decline of the iconic building likely began in nineteen seventy one when the United States started to move away from the gold standard up until. This point Americans had a much healthier belief in the currency whatever goal is left inside the vaults. Now considered an asset on a balance sheet and not part of the monetary system anymore but it isn't all doom and gloom for the four even if there isn't any gold in Fort Knox that may still be needed in the future as a depository because gold is still the ultimate and money at the very least and it's an ultimate in symbolism. Afford Knox was brought to you in part by internationally recognized Psychic Medium Sharon Bauer author the Book Life Eternal Love Immortal and by audio books of adventure and life on the edge that you can get at Kit crumb dot com, and remember you can visit my website choose a book that drop me an email at kit kate crummy at gmail.com with your choice and I'll send you that book for free. and. Don't forget to listen. Wednesday. To Social and political analyst Ray Ruckus when he explains how political polls work I'm kid chrome. Thanks for listening..

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"knox" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

POW! Samsung Developer Program

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"knox" Discussed on POW! Samsung Developer Program

"And resources to the first being the Simpson Knox Decay. That is a collection of a few hundred unique Samsung Api's that really give our partners and developers the ability to have more granular control over the device mostly based in security authentication and device management. So those are typically used by a lot of our Um and Dan partners. You know the next is Knox. So, it's way that our partners can have a little bit more control over the air firmware updates, how those are handled on a device. There's also knock service plug in which enables developers to release save. Ongoing development in costs and time by integrating with knock service plug into have more automatic updates amongst other benefits. Right. So when there's a new Knox feature released use of the knock service plug in. The solution kind of update the latest knocks you know version and solution that is and no one knocks mobile enrollment. So this really helps our partners figure out. How to enroll thousands of devices at once easier and really controlling how those devices are no enrolled in rolled out into an enterprise environment. So that's a very, very high level view but encouraged people to go to develop dot Samsung.

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