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Fresh update on "li" discussed on Data Engineering Podcast
"Until i see like becoming greens hick on my request on get hub and so the plan is to start. Introducing more of this verified content in li- dash just to help end uses to build some trust around the dates or the results looking up. So yeah i would say bringing even more of that context. It's kind of the main feature. And then in the long term or the enterprise as you'd expect so this is part of the business model of dash is that we take kind of get love approach where some of the features that are only needed by big teams. Is something that we can monetize. So we're not working on that in the medium-term but something that will see coming so. So granular always end emissions and everything that you kind of expect from enterprise ready products. Are there any other aspects of the work that you're doing light dash or the overall space business intelligence and the capabilities that the modern data stack brings to that space that we didn't discuss yet the like to cover before close out the show. I think one thing. We touched on really quickly that i guess it's kind of interesting is the number of new data warehouses as i thought i. We'd already made great progress like we had these analytical column school stores or we could start like crunching huge amounts of really really quickly mccurry sevice elements that too and kind of stopping there. And now we're seeing to like fireboat come out without making analytical queries even foster and that actually is going to enable a lot of bi tools to use and a lot of the downstream tool to use is to kind of forget about cashing then performance. Which is really exciting. Like a big job of bi tools until now they would like having to cash queries. Were you had to pre aggregate stuff in advance because the databases will return things and you have kind of like constrained on resources or in cost. And i think what we're doing with light dash is a lot of those performance problems..
NY Times Lies About Number of Children Hospitalized in Last Year
"Disturbed the new york times clause that sweden and denmark halted the use of the madeiran vaccine children too often not common too often his leads to bad truly dangerous reactions with regard to the heart so the new york times lied and said who has finland has now joined. Yeah that that's i didn't know i knew. They were voting on it. So it's now three countries that are not giving them a derna vaccine to children. We want to do that in the us. Because i i believe from the bottom of my heart that the health authorities in this country don't give damn about children just as teachers general. Don't care about children just for the record. Teachers unions as much about children as the soviets cared about workers. New york times lied therefore gigantic lie. It said that nine hundred thousand children were hospitalized in the last year. Actually here here in a few months. So now they've corrected sexually sixty three thousand so they lie factor of sixty three or sixty into Into ninety a hundred times sixty six hundred thousand than do one hundred fifty times li- exaggerate. That's that's what they they've corrected so embarrassing it so obviously ally but there'll be people who will still site it will be cited forever just as people site the new york times description of me even those ally new york times lies because it's on the left every left wing. Get an institution lies and older spokesman to bring those lies to you on a daily basis. Truth is not a left-wing value.
Colorado Hospital Denies Kidney Transplant on Unvaccinated Patient
"Colorado women with stage five renal failure scrambling to find a new hospital to perform a kidney transplant after a health system in the state. Oh sorry. uc's university of california colorado. My my my mistake here colorado. If it doesn't matter but i have to be accurate. Sure use versus. California hospitals would have done. The same thing denied the transplant due to her and her donor being unvaccinated. Well you understand that you're not they can't i don't even i don't even understand. So let's say you're not vaccinated. You can't donate a kidney. to save. Human life is worse to be unvaccinated than it is to deny a person a kidney. How morally sick. You have to be to say that. I would even say medically ignorant these hospitals and doctors. I spoke this way. I've had numerous surgeries on my back. They've all been successful. I've only had gratitude and and they've done they've done a great job and i'm grateful for it but i guess i have to. I have to juggle two facts hospitals of saved my life and they're killing other people here. I am willing to be a direct donor to her. It does not affect any other patients on the transplant list. Trans pre transplant list. Jamie foued ner li lami lou tallies kidney donor told. Cbs four. have. Can i sit here and allow them to murder by friend. When i've got a perfectly good kidney and can save her life.
White House Cuts off Audio Feed Before Biden's Response to Reporter on Afghanistan Question
"What a nightmare. This nightmare is getting worse. It's getting worse. We don't negotiate with terrorists. Except when they take over a country then we negotiate with terrorists. That's literally the white house position. We'll negotiate with terrorists when they take over a country because they are li are literally negotiating with the taliban and capitulating to the taliban we're surrendering newt gingrich's right we're surrendering to the taliban. This is america under joe biden in two thousand twenty one. It's so bad for joe biden. He gets his mike cutoff. Apparently when he's asked about americans trapped in afghanistan. This is extraordinary. If you're watching the show today as we livestream and it. Mike online dot com. It's a good day to to watch the stream as as you listen on this great station because biden can't stop himself from smirking. What's funny about americans trapped in afghanistan. Evidently the commander in chief was thinking about. I don't know maybe the early bird special daddy's tonight hear that mike. The that was the might be turned off they. They pulled the cord as he's sitting there smirking as people are. The reporters said mr president if americans are still in afghanistan after the deadline. What will you do sir. What will you do if americans are still there after the deadline biden smirks and then the audio gets cut off.
"li" Discussed on Song Exploder
"Like it's sirens calling you out to the bottom of the ocean because it's about being with the person that is pretty destructive and you know that they are going some other place it's about intimacy in a way to you know if someone has those types of hidden doors and rooms that they always go towards and i'm standing there and i just want to be close even if that means being self destructive yourself. Yeah unfortunately at that time yes. The thing is also when you are an artist. It's a bit dangerous because you are kind of really interested in going to those deep places that make you feel so much. Where everything is so heightened and cinematic and dramatic so you kind of see the poetry in those situations and.
"li" Discussed on Song Exploder
"Before getting into the making of this song. I wanted to start a few years earlier and find out.
Creating Customer-Focused Content With Trisha Wiles
"Right everyone welcome to the show. Today i am your host billy bateman and i am joined by the great tricia wiles relief tricia. Thanks for joining me today. Thanks for the intro. The great. I've never actually had that the descriptive before my name. Yeah so that's a new one while you're in my book. You're your great li. I've known you for a little while and everything you do is awesome so tricia for those that don't know you I'll give just a little intro. You're the creative content manager Their true influence also hosts the podcast Great podcast if you haven't if you haven't listened to it i'll let you plug it a little bit and but teller when just a little bit about yourself about your journey to where you got today and then true influence the journey. That's going to be the big story there. Thanks for the intro belly. At yes emigrated content manager here term funds actually new in the role. This happened in the past few months. Actually moving has metaphor month yet. I was able to be brought onto influence during the very beginning of march. Twenty twenty so. Put your mind self back in that place where you were. When was going on in the world. And i have a background in acting. I was performer. Down here in orlando florida area at working professionally around the area as as an actor whether that be musical theater straight plays children's theatre and obviously the waves of the world turns. I can no longer do my job. So the beautiful thing about Having that history in storytelling is that is what it is it storytelling right getting onstage. Learning lines learning songs and being able to connect with an ci- man does that align with marketing right now in the bbc space. Oh yes. I have seen so it has been so much fun. I get to host conversations on the accelerating revenue series. It gets a implanting season. Three eight now had great guests like you billion others in the industry. Michael brenner. tony up off. I've i've been blessed to be able to walk into an industry from something completely. Different in enacting all committed to be to be insane. Okay all right. There's a lot to learn here. And there's so many bright brilliant minds around what we get to do
Carlos Welch: Homeless Poker Player Wins WSOP Bracelet
"Their fifth. And second isn't so much for your business. The business side of it like the coaching but the difference. Second i is a pretty damn big deal. So yeah you're very incentivized to get i because of all the downstream money that you can make you know just now your w. bracelet all right so like that matters way more than lateran from fourth to third or third second true truth users reminded me of the last thing. I'll say on this topic One of my other goals coming into this was even if i don't make a final table even if i don't cash maybe i can get in some updates and so if they like see my name a bunch of wip updates and re tweet bows by maybe that also you know somebody will see that a. Hey this guy has been battling with the grandlieu. Maybe he is a good coach. You are like a. You're a co host on the thinking poker podcast. You'd been around like people know who know you've right. Like i feel like this is i mean i mean. Is this really both the needle. I know i know more is better but like i see carlos on thinking broker like i'm gonna take He's that's a high level dude. Like i see carlos unlike a update on poker news and like he's playing tournament true there. There's a certain ibew poker player. Who doesn't li listen if they can poker but i say a certain type of as as a small number of people. There are some people. Don't listen with bigger portland. Who knows him. This as if that's not like ninety five percent of players. So as like i think for some of those guys me being able to win a hand against filming bay overshadow the ten episodes. I've done i'm thinking fokker. Yeah songs going after that market. You're you're probably thinking about it. More rashly than me. Like i it from the purest perspective of like you know you're you probably got looking at it the right way though. Yeah you're thinking about it from people who are you thinking about it from a perspective. People who all my level who probably wouldn't hire me for coaching anyway after about the mediocre poker players. Like you know old carlos. Well i mean you know. I've got a course called fish in a barrel right so like i use the f. word fairly prominently and the reality is like everybody starts out as a fish. Right like when you're unstudied when you don't know much about boker we all nobody like just comes out of their mother's womb as a poker savant we all start at the same point and so like you know there's lower level poker players who are fish who are beginners that find out about you through you know an outlet like poker news and then investigate like that to me makes a lot of sense and that's those are the type of people that you know. I think that you're gonna do an amazing job As a teacher breaking things down simply for those lower entry level
Meditation: Trust the Journey Tonight
"Rave indeed relax tonight are always in the middle of your journey and sometimes it can feel frustrating. Like you're not getting to where you want to go her. Seeing the results result want to see but trust the journey. Because when you keep showing when you key gaining hilarity. I near vision. You keep taking intentional. Actions the flowers of years desire her sure to blossom so free lance yourself. Relax craving out. All of pieces of li- veteran settled inside of you all the pieces that feel anxious or stress in feel your body relaxed deeper with every breath. Ow
TSA Are Exempting Illegal Migrants From Normal ID Requirements on Flights
"See the news yesterday that broke The first one about the, uh, the T s a procedures for people who are in the country illegally. So apparently if you enter the country illegally now John Solomon story in just the news. The federal government is exempting some illegal migrants from normal ID requirements on flights. So you suckers you know the suckers us The American people that work for a living pay taxes, suckers, you know, like my wife, who came in the country legally as an immigrant, did the right thing and paid all the money and waited. The time studied the American history took the test, raise the right hand and patriotic, Li pledged allegiance to the United States. What The sucker. How stupid were we? Because if my wife didn't do that, and it entered the country illegally, maybe she should have done that because she would have got a special line T s a line in the airport. So right now in the airport because again, according to John Solomon's new reporting, if you were any legal immigrant, the normal ID requirements on flights don't apply to you. What a sucker! Think about this, right? What a deal. You should leave the country Renounce your citizenship tonight. Come back illegally as a noncitizen Come back through the border. And how cool would this be? You get a special line in the airport. So you have, like, clear, you know, clear you put your eyeballs and the thing or whatever. Virginia. You don't have to wait in line and then they have t s a pre check. And then they have the normal suckers line for all us, Melies. And then you have the other line. The illegal immigrant line, apparently where you don't even need idea. What a deal And what? Look at me. What an idiot. I paid for that. Uh, the T s a pre checking global entry.
Geraldo Rivera Can't Decide on the Narrative of January 6th Either
"Last night, Geraldo can't seem to determine if his friend with air quotes Donald Trump incited a riot or not either. Check this out. I supported President Trump until the period following the election, leading it to the despicable events of January. 6th on January six we brought we bring you want for your damn people. The world and history an apology. But damn budget are all those wrong on both fronts. Profoundly wrong. How the president I have his transcript of what he said. We're going to go march to the capital peacefully. Unpatriotically is inciting a riot is quite confusing. I don't know if you need a thesaurus and dictionary. I don't know where you get what you just Making that up. I don't understand. Like the narrative goes back and forth between this was a planned insurrection to then Trump incited an insurrection despite the fact that Trump said, Go March peacefully and patriotic Li Oh, God, I don't know why you're making that up. And I was a friend of president trouble. Little bit friends like you. You know who needs enemies? I mean, that's being a friend. Two, man, I don't want any friends like that. You imagine that? I I tell Jim and Mike Mike Gold march on Cumulus headquarters peacefully. Unpatriotically. You guys deserve a raise, And then they go there slamming on the door and a cumulus blames me. Fred. Can you imagine that? I mean, I see it. You can folks you can listen to. I don't need to play it here. The transcripts out there. You've heard it 1000 times. Everybody knows what Trump said. But understand this left this cannot decide on a narrative and there's a reason I do. I talk about this stuff because you have to be able to dissect these people when you're able to dissect them and look at what's on the inside. You see, it's never pretty. The reason they can't settle on a narrative is because of what I just said. They're trying to determine what does the maximum political damage not with the truth. They don't care what the truth is. They're not interested in the truth at all. I'll get to that in
Spike Lee Tells Cannes Black People Still 'Hunted Down Like Animals'
"Time in more than two years. Today, jury chair Spike Lee used his podium to talk about the deaths of black people at the hands of police. Li says little has changed since 1989 film do the right thing premiered on the French Riviera. The one would think and hope the black people stop being hunted down like animals. Lee compares the racial tensions and police brutality highlighted in that Brooklyn based film to the present day killings of Eric Garner and George Floyd. Black men who died after encounters with white police officers. Lee is the first black person to head the jury at the Cannes Film Festival. Allison Keyes, CBS News And at 10
Wizards' 2nd Round of Interviews Shows Good Options Remain
"Reported. The Wizards may be closing in on their coach to replace Scott Brooks. They are down to some assistant coaches, among them Milwaukee's Darvin Ham, who once believed the franchise. Charles Li, also a box assist. And Denver Nuggets assistant Wes Unseld Jr. The son of the Hall of Famer West on salt. They were reportedly all get another crack at interviews sometime this week. Scott Jackson w T o p Sports Still
"li" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Extremely early days right. When do we get beyond this primitive world where all we really do with crypto is like speculate generate pixelated avatars. And then you have this alternate universe where you have inscrutable technology and insurance products that have no market synthetic assets that nobody understands surely. There's something in the middle of these two worlds. Yes so that's that's very good question right. And with every technology if the birth of every new sort of paradigm in tech it always kind of starts a bit like troll. You know so. So the p. c. didn't have much functionalities. I introduced you know for kids to draw using like paint right and then eventually just more program that's being built for it as it matured. They internet to in the beginning. People use it for like random stuff and like message boards and stuff right so i think with paradigm shifts like this yours. See a lot of noise in the beginning right. And as the market consolidates and more entrepreneurs internal space and actually tried to find real use cases. You're you're gonna see a transition over more practical practical use cases right. So i think you see a lot of games on crypto these days right so game is in many cases arte drivers of like new technology Even for like the more mainstream internet as we know today so young and also as you know we could. We could see you know. My ideal vision is that users don't have to know that is backed by blockchain or a crypto currency when they use an washing based application. It's kind of like why we don't say that. Hey i use an app. A sequel app. We just say we use an app but the app could be using sequel right and i think the same is for blockchain so we shouldn't be so blushing companies shouldn't just be blockchain companies. They're just companies and applications and blockchain sort of immplementation detail that they used to implement certain level of trust in their services like like for example. One really cool idea. you can possibly do with. Crypto is making new business models like for example. Imagine like what's app one way like a new. What's app was millions millions of users to use. What's app each user can stake. Let's say twenty dollars into their account. Like twenty crypto right. And then what they can do what this new. What's app can do. Is accrue interest was in decentralized finance the deposit and everything is transparent. There is for people to verified. There's a lot of trust involved there. So then what's this new. What's app can generate revenue based on the interest that they'll take a piece and then actually they can also redistribute the interest back to the users so by using what's app you can actually make money by using it and the company would make money as well and not have to be more exploitative and sort of sell people's information so hypothetically new business models like this could emerge from the mature dementia ring like blockchain industry. Okay has a profound example. You gotta give me a bigger example. Take take the ticket amazon. Give me the give me the amazon version. You give me the what's app version. I need to see the version amazon. I don't know it's a bit. It's a bit hard. Because amazon touches both physical and version. Yes so that's too much. is that too much. can you. the instacart version. I try to the blue one. Because i thought about it a bit so you know. As as scale ability in blockchain improves they would open us to more potential. Like i would say amazon. Competent competitors right now the the problem with aws. It's good price. You know for many companies but the issues. Now you're relying everything on. Aws like the essential infrastructure of your application is tied to amazon but that's sort of like privatize the roads and and basic infrastructure. Knees that we have right so so it is sort of owning all of that like basically the essential infrastructure in the digital world. And i think that's a huge risk right. So with crypto you may be able to decentralize some of the infrastructure like for example storage is what people look at a lot right. So how do you store data decentralize in a decentralized way there's people who've will be working as a technology to store faust in the central spend this in a way we're making money off of my storage. Yeah so you can sort of do so. I would recommend taking a look file coin which is pretty cool example but but basically imagine a situation where you can run a program and you can provide your data storage. You can stake a node right with some coin and then basically as long as you're providing this node service to let others store data on your servers you can actually make money. Or that's making that's making money as as host. It's not like the what's app example. Where i can use the service and also gain money from it. Yeah yeah i would say because infrastructure is such an important piece of the internet. I think ideally they should be decentralised as much as it possibly carry centralized but i probably still have to pay for it. Y- you'll be cheaper. Probably when more people provide the service got okay all right. Let's let's get back to the president so magic. What's your user base like these days like. What kind of after using it. Do you have any flagship people. you can talk about. Yes so under of mainstream applicable inside a user voice who is currently the The customers of of so user voice is a. That's like customer feedback tool customer feedback. So you know. A lot of customers go to their side and provide feedback. So they would they would like to improve security and also make the authentication experience super-slick right so the users have like almost zero friction to signing up. Got it so this is so user. Voice is using it for all of their customer feedback integrations. Yeah wow yeah so. That's pretty big. It's pretty good. That's like an infrastructure provider. Basically adopting your solution to use for all of their infrastructure customers. Right that's powerful. Yeah so a lot of our audience. How'd you get them to trust you. Well they came into our website after we launched last year and just helping them a call with them and Yeah we had had a conversation with with with matt. Who is the ceo there and Yeah they're willing to give it a shot and you know we built out several features for them over the month and that's how we can build a relationship and eventually launched with them earlier this year. What was the vetting process like. How'd you get. I mean you're essentially saying. Hey outsource the highest source or one of the.
"li" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Successful. Because they became enterprise ready becoming enterprise ready means adding security and compliance features required by enterprise. It admins when you add these features enterprise users can buy your product and they'll by a lot these features unlock larger deals and faster growth but enterprise features are super complex to build they lots of weird edge cases and they typically require months or years of precious engineering time. Thankfully there's now a better solution work is a developer platform to make your app enterprise ready with a few simple. Api you can. Immediately add common enterprise features. Like single. Sign on samuel. Sei m user provisioning and more developers will find beautiful docs and sdk's that make integration breeze. Work os is trying to be like stripe for enterprise features work os powers apps like web flow hop in for sale and more than one hundred others. The platform is rock solid fully sock to compliant and ready for even the largest enterprise environments. So what are you waiting for. Integrate work os today and make your app. Enterprise ready to learn more and get started go to software engineering daily dot com slash work s that suffer engineering daily dot com slash work. Os hack.
"li" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Successful. Because they became enterprise ready becoming enterprise ready means adding security and compliance features required by enterprise. It admins when you add these features enterprise users can buy your product and they'll by a lot these features unlock larger deals and faster growth but enterprise features are super complex to build they lots of weird edge cases and they typically require months or years of precious engineering time. Thankfully there's now a better solution work is a developer platform to make your app enterprise ready with a few simple. Api you can. Immediately add common enterprise features. Like single. Sign on samuel. Sei m user provisioning and more developers will find beautiful docs and sdk's that make integration breeze. Work os is trying to be like stripe for enterprise features work os powers apps like web flow hop in for sale and more than one hundred others. The platform is rock solid fully sock to compliant and ready for even the largest enterprise environments. So what are you waiting for. Integrate work oh s today and make your app. Enterprise ready to learn more and get started go to software engineering daily dot com slash work s that suffer engineering daily dot com slash work. Os hack.
"li" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Application just like you store eighty bucks in your wallet. But i have spoken with people and i and i asked them. Hey what crypto do you hold. They'll say oh this and that and this that prime you know along come rocket whatever you know and i say what are you actually buy this stuff and where do you keep it. And they say. I keep it all in many basket. Are you insane. You're keeping twenty percent of your net worth in your browser. You're nuts. yeah. It's the phishing scams you know. It's really it is a reasonable solution for what it is. But it's really hard to use is limited only about ten percent users and actually convert rise through a sued on boarding experience and also. It is still tied with the chrome store. So there's likely going to be a lot of like phishing scams and there's militias applications. That sort of trick users into sending like a bad transaction right we are maybe a decade beyond the days where you had to be afraid of what to click on the internet because you thought it would download something that would force you to reinstall your operating system. Oh that's yeah and now we're storing twenty percent of our net worth in that same platform Yep yep probably not a good idea not not a good idea and we need to really start to think about like how the keys are managed which is like the blockchain space. It's super distracting. There's lot of crazy price movements. There's like insane projects coming out. A lot of people is only looking at one layer of the problem and they sort of just assume the key management is what it needs to be now but it's nowhere near ideal in terms of how our management managed these days so i think a fundamental issue that magic aims to address to not only for like blockchain asked but also for web two point zero more mainstream type of applications that would eventually benefit from a more decentralised form of identity. If i look at your product evolution. I think you were asking a question. What is a mask. And how can i make a better version of whatever that is your first crack at. That was fort matic them. It looks like you realized that you could focus on actually a subset of what you were trying to do with. Fort matic and have a more focused and directional business. Yeah that's that's right. And and for matic was like v zero of this exploration. It was really clear that a lot of users and developers who were frustrated with more traditional browser extinction experience. So there's a lot of frustration that i picked up when i was in the space during two thousand seventeen and then in two thousand nine hundred ninety five star four matic to basically surgically tackle these problems right for users and developers and boost the conversion rate for blockchain applications specifically and after a year year and having operation we've on boarded percent of decentralized apps back then in all of cerium so so that was kind of a revelation that hey maybe like these spaces still growing right. It's not it's not going to be super valuable. that's all you know. We focused on. You know there's new ecosystems popping up you know under blockchain platforms and also sort of password. Authentication which is sort of a natural transition from fort matic because essentially were matic was is authentication plus key. Management is just packaged as a crypto specific solution. But you know if we packaged it as magic. I make it more appealing to the mainstream developer audience than you know. Magic would be kinda seem seamlessly be the next generation from four matic product right so so it was kind of born naturally to sort of make the product simpler and more viable for more developers because the end goal is we want to bridge the gap between the mainstream users and developers. Now wish technology. That is really good. and sustainable. For the future in this case decentralize entity and key management as a form of authentication side note. What do you think coin basis direction for authentication say coin base the russian would be sort of maybe logging coin base similar to how you can do log in with facebook or you can do logging queen base and maybe you can grant permissions to these applications in terms of like crypto transactions and crypto signatures and different kind of actions in the blockchain eco-system. So i think that's that would make sense for coin base but so will many other applications. You could do it so it would be. It would make sense for. Seo wallet to provide logging with claim based logging with finance sort of like as a loss provider. Nobody's gonna use it by nance wallet. Only if their holders of tokens that's that's listed on there being be users. Maybe yeah well so okay. So is the. Does anybody win digital wallet space. Or is it a multi winner thing. I think winning is too early right. So so i would say if you're looking at the sort of decentralize technology a timeline would aucoin coin base. I feel i would mark that as sort of the netscape. Moment of blockchain right. It's and it would mark the beginning of this movement but that's not the end right and we're sort of just starting netscape. Nobody uses now right but just to show that being the first is not always. The winner of the space and up happening is different. Companies will specialize in different things. Even if both company could be providing wallet services. It could be for very different audiences..
"li" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Technical skill it's catering to the average consumer i want to provide the most seamless password usage recovery. Experience that also covers security as possible security. You know. I'm just trying to get my app off the ground. I'm probably not gonna care that much about security upfront. I'm probably not going to go with the most secure solutions upfront. I'm building instacart from day. One i've got enough problems. I'm i'm not right. Well that's why magic exists. Actually because companies don't want to build authentication themselves like every app knees authentication and if a company ends up getting hacked that's pretty bad. Over forty percent of customers never comes back. There's also liabilities around the damage caused by breaches. There's also you know necessary. Work around security compliance and privacy compliance and also ensuring that you're logging system works reliably and scale and would scale with your own growth so as someone building. Let's say like poc for new instacart. They don't want to think about all the stuff right but you need indication for users to interact with your app in the first place so why not pick a solution. That's really really easy to use. And give you that peace of mind to to basically worry about what's court your business rather than authentication are you an authentication company Yeah we are authentic right now. we're focused on authentication side of things. Do you compete with zero while the space have so much surface area. I don't. I don't think we're a direct competitor. A lot of people in authentication space does a lot of things right and for us we want to do you know basically the developer friendly sort of customer identity side really really well whereas zero an octa does a lot like workspace at entity have you have you worked with before have used it. I used it myself. I think as a company that provides so much functionality. I do believe that their content is quite good. How we're imagining the listenership is somewhat familiar with the oth- zero Okay short history of zero. it's developer friendly authentication as a service kind of the next generation of octa which wacked acquired them. How are you differentiating. The product direction from zero. Yes so i can imagine earlier. Magic is a lot about being future-proof right so a lot of these so let's just make a example here so you know the old guards in identity would-be like microsoft oracle. Ibm all these companies. And you have these. New newer companies like octa zero pain dot com one log in these companies are trying to shift the market into the next generation identity applications for these applications. A lot of are still based on technology that's decades owed whereas you know now. A lot of things are happening around us. You know like decentralized identity blockchain furger decentralizing sort of essential infrastructure for the internet. And all of that depends on. Pk is a public key infrastructure so without proper key management you know the older providers identity no will not be able to plug seems seamlessly into the more future proof. Ecosystems right you know like blockchain decentralized infrastructure but magic you know coming from the crypto and blockchain is those we do a really good job in terms of managing priva- kice right so so with that in mind you know magic is going to be the one after octa zero. So we're establishing our own category. As our future proof super super developer friendly and really compatible with modern tech stack sort of authentication solution if we think more expansively about this from the blockchain inclusive world of software off. Zero is proof of authority. You want to be proof of what basically for what we do. Is we managed to the private keys right. So we're we sort of help us manage the private keys and that allows is that. Let's say if a user one to take hold of their identity. They can export the keys right so this way. The user is winter locked in two zero. They can take their identity out. Move it somewhere else. It's going to be hyper portable and our goal is to eventually sort of the vision is to be a passport of the internet right so you know. Instead of just solving this for one of companies that need a quick authentication solution we one magic solution to be future proof to be scalable to be reverse sustainable rather than sort of this agregation of huge amount of ad entity and expose ourselves as sort of this this honeypot. We want to be able decentralize a lot of the things that we've been working on how we manage keys. How we do entity how we work with technologies like even s to potentially even stewart user data in decentralized infrastructure rather than sort of in our centralized warehouses. You're going after one of the biggest outstanding problems in the crypto space. If you go to a crypto conference and you pull the audience what startup in crypto. They're working on five percent of them will answer. I'm working on decentralized identity yet. Wire you the person who can solve. Decentralized identity yeah well you can't have identity without key management so because to store addity anywhere is really just data right. Like what kind. What format is the data. And where do you store do you store. Pf s deuce. It depends on what technology to use but the more urgent problem at hand is nobody can really use crypto applications because you need a download the browser extension to use it or some other app like a wallet app on your phone before you can even interact with the application itself. So there's a lot of barrier of injury for any user to interact with the more decentralized with more centralized applications so what magic helps is that we are the alternative to meta mask which is like a popular browser extension. That is very very appealing to the mainstream user because we make the whole blockchain experienced invisible. You can just log in with your email. Click magic link and boom. You're locked in automatically. Hooked up with a crypto. Keep hair right so so we make it super super easy and you if we don't end up owning the identity standard will be the enablers for many of these identity formats to reach mainstream. Because you know we're right now secure and add entity of over millions of users and that is growing about five to six percent of week right so he's actually green really really quickly and all of these users are now on a decentralized form of identity to do it no it now or not. The way i always describe meta mask is that it is the j. query of the crypto ecosystem. Yeah uses it. Nobody really wants to be using it to the extent that they're using it people. You still wanna use j. query today. Summarize for a quick hack jack. Yeah that's pretty much. What meta masks should be. It should be transient place to store a little money too. So that you can engage with.
"li" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"S. So do you think there is an exodus. An entrepreneurial exodus from san francisco hasn't been overstated. I think i have my own perspective around it. I don't think there's an exodus. I don't think people are fleeing here. Because i believe silicon valley is really unique. You know it is the only place with art attack spirituality. It's gotten really really nice weather. Yeah so yeah. As deplace with all of that combined. And i think if anything. There's a really good chance that more inspired things will come out of silicon alley. Yeah i'm feeling the same way. I'm feeling definitely the energy in a way that you don't get in remote you didn't get the year. Did you miss that energy. did you kind of forget. What made san francisco san francisco. So i'm personally pretty new to san francisco. I was only here for two years. And that is all for my company. So i didn't really get much time to explore besides sort of like the downtown area kind of the westfield mall area besides there. I didn't explore as much i do. Enjoy golden gate park and ocean beach sort of on the west side of it. Gotcha well the reason i wanted to bring you on. You're the second person i'm doing a video interview with is i like your entrepreneurial taste so if i look at the three products that i've seen you build i with what was your pre. Docker company called out kite. Kite maddox matic was like the way i think about that company is if you take docker in its early days and then you add much better you x to it. That's what you get with. Yes and if you think about docker. Docker is one of the most developer friendly products in in existence. Then you were attempting to do something similar with fort matic which was kind of like the way i understood your vision for that company was very friendly developer. Api's for crypto related activities which is really appealing to me as it develops a longtime fan of harajuku. I think hiroko was like transformative stripe. Obviously these these these things in developer. You acts that. Were milestones in icu. Somebody who's really capable of thinking that way and then now where you're at with magic which will will dive into pretty deeply. You're trying to introduce an easy way to build the kind of password authentication that some people get from. The first thing comes to mind by the way slack is that is that right. That's that's kind of the first people to really prioritize at slack and medium. I would say are sort of pioneers in using magic link. S log in right okay. So before we get to magic. Actually do i understand your ethos correctly as a product developer. Well as a product that makes sense so we make sort of password less logging basically plug and play super easy for developers who just put it in their application and it works really well with modern tech stack. You know like gem stack and even also it plugs seamlessly into the blockchain ecosystem. Additional bonus there so it is a very future-proof oriented kind of authentication for developers. Do i understand your your overall. The through line in your products is it. This ambient focus on developer experience. Yes everything we do. It's developer focused. We want developer experience to be top notch. Okay gotcha so of all the things you could focus on why is password list authentication. A meaningful product Well in my opinion passwords already quite obsolete so about like there's so many breaches these days like recently. There's not facebook hack and hack recently that demanded resume in bitcoin. So is a huge problem because a lot of people reuse their passwords so about fifty nine percent of all recorded users reused password across different services. And you know. Sometimes i find myself to to reuse some passwords to one off services and imagine what happens when hackers crack these companies exposed the encrypted passwords and sort of figure out the the username password hashes and reuse that to to log in and personnel as users. So read now. I think for people with like simpler passwords if you go to have. Ibm dot com happier email. You're going to see all the services that have been compromised and has leaked out. Your your information isn't the solution to this to store all my passwords in the chrome password manager. Well that's that's sort of. You know. I i would say. The problem is all the passwords are. It's not about where you store. It is more about what password. You're using right. So let's say if you use the same password. Let's say in a an at be. Another hacker can just take the same password and logging as you using the same password even if your password security in the chrome in chrome browser all right. So shouldn't my best practice be to generate entirely new passwords for every account using google and stored in google. Yeah yes oh right now. I think that's as close as to the mainstream solution. You know which in this case. It's like it's oh hey like by the way as end user you are responsible for your own security hygiene you know when companies can just prevent this issue from scratch right in from happening in the first place but not offering password based authentication so because in this case the companies are still storing these passwords. Right so yeah like a lot of users. More security sensitive users will generate password but a majority of internet users. Do not do that and do not want to deal with extra tooling around security. The most ideal way to enforce security is for security to be invisible to the user instead of us have to do like a nuclear launch code. Every time they access and application right so what we do here is sort of leveling up the base bar for a security by not even letting us like deferring to responsibility to the users but giving developers the tools to build password less in the first place right in so that users will not have to do that. So if. I'm building a food delivery app. That's going to be used by people of all levels.
"li" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Sean welcome back. Hey jeff get to see you again. Good to see you too. This is the first armenian person i think. Yeah i think the first one was to reform as well. okay and we've done to previous interviews. I think yeah thank one docker and when before we change the name to magic right okay. Food the at fort matic company. I wanna talk about all that. I i wanna ask you were in san francisco. I am finding as i come out of the pandemic that i actually still like the city. I forgot for a year that i liked the city. How are you feel like coming. Out of the pandemic. what's your gimme the Entrepreneurial zeitgeist sean lee. While so before. I moved to the city i was in san mateo and during the pandemic i realized i was where i needed to be. I actually really like San mateo amash moving back next month. But yet when i started the company removed to sf to be closer with with michael founders and then now that the company has grown and then there's more of a remote cadence being built around the company so everybody's just remote now so i can live wherever i need to be back in san mateo will be next month. Great stream is in.
The Persian Mummy
"On october. Nineteenth two thousand pakistani police raided a house in karachi looking for a suspect named ali abar after subduing off bar detective superintendent for rukh iran. His team searched his home and discovered a suspicious videotape. Like the picture's oscar must guerrilla received at the metropolitan museum of art in new york. The video showed a li akhbar advertising a persian mummy for sale. While the pakistani police hadn't found evidence they could use in their murder case. The vhs tape was arguably more incriminating in pakistan. It's highly illegal trade in antiquities. The pakistani government considers it immoral to sell relics for personal profit ancient artifacts freely and rightfully belong to the country and its citizens as part of its shared heritage as such the attempted sale of the relic was a crime and akbar seemed destined for prison but when questioned by police ottmar claimed. The mummy wasn't actually in his possession. He was merely a middleman to save his own skin. He told the cops where they could find the real seller detective for rukh iran and his team followed off bars lead to quetta about four hundred and thirty miles north of karachi. They arrested a man named wali mohammad. Rica who indeed was in possession of the mummy. The police impounded the sarcophagus in called an expert for analysis. Dr oz might you brahim the curator of pakistan's national museum brought a small team of researchers to ricky's house. She told the police to leave everything. Exactly as they'd founded the mummy was contained in two layers the first of which was the wooden sarcophagus. The top of the sarcophagus was intricately carved in on its outer sides were engraved images of the zoroastrian creator. God a harare mazda. Inside was carved stone
How to Know if Your Pancreas Is Not Functioning Properly
"The pancreas is a very very powerful organ. although it's small it's very powerful and because it produces important digestive insa as well as secrete secretes hormones. That's extremely important for metabolising sugar. Something goes wrong. With this oregon. You have a massive problems on health healthwise now. Some deer are certain signs that you should pay attention to if you happen to experience any li scientists symptoms like i said. Contact your doctor shit with your family physician and then contact your local acupuncture acupunctures my life because you want to address the matter immediately and rule out. The potential pancreatitis or pancreatic cancer. You really porn rule those two disorders acupuncture now. The oncein can be pain in the app. Now domino pain can be a sign of pancreatitis which is inflammation of the pancreas whether it's been short term acute a long term chronic. You want to address this issue. The abdomen can also be sign of pancreatic cancer. Which of course is abnormal. Cell growth in the pancreas
Hacker 'Tried to Poison' Florida Water Treatment Plan
"Data leak marketplace dials up the pressure. The marquette marketplace specializes in selling leak data and is using a new technique to pressure companies independent for it the marketplace has been e mailing competitors have impacted companies offering them sample packs of the stolen data hoping to entice them to buy the whole thing. The recently shuttered klopp ransomware gang also utilize a similar ploy bleed computer reports that marquette attempted to sell the data belonging to a defense contractor as well as other prominent large companies bay area water treatment plant targeted in cyber attack in february militias. Actor attempt to raise the level of li- allowed in oldsmar florida. Water treatment plant to toxic levels now. Nbc news reports that earlier in the year on january fifteenth. Another threat actor attempted to impact the water being processed at a san francisco bay area water treatment plant. The system was accessed through a former employees team viewer account credentials and used to the leader programme used in the treatment of drinking water. The access was detected the next day with the program stored no one reported being sick from the incident and according to the northern california regional intelligence center tampering with the program would not have resulted in poisoning. The water see selects info federal agencies security in a letter recently sent to senator ron. Wyden office ceases said it didn't know which federal agencies were following basic security procedures like segmenting traffic with firewalls. This comes after. Senator wyden agencies did not have properly configured firewalls since this would have prevented the saloons. Orion supply chain attack from being exploited in the letter said it did not plan to mandate the use of firewalls to federal agencies since they each have their own operational requirements
Juneteenth Becomes a National Holiday
"June 19th is now officially of federal holiday. You're gonna see me dancing in the street. I tell you, I'm so happy. I don't know what to do. That's 94 year old Opal Lee affectionately referred to as the grandmother of Juneteenth. She's pushed for the day to become a national holiday for years, and now it is at a White House signing ceremony, Li described a momentous day of June 19th. 18 65 General Gordon Granger, um, made his way. To Galveston, with some 7000 colored troops they were from Illinois was in New York, and he had and Red General Order number three. That said that all the slaves were free for slaves in Texas. The news that they were free came 2.5 years after President Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation and two months after Confederate General Robert E. Lee surrendered at a town called Appomattox Courthouse, Virginia in signing the Juneteenth National Independence Day Act, President Biden said the importance of this day must never be forgotten by making Juneteenth a federal holiday. All Americans can feel the power of this day and learn from our history. Celebrate progress and grapple. The distance. We come With additions we have to travel because, says the president, this is not just a day of remembrance and reckoning. It's a time to repair racial divisions. This is his day profound in my view, profound weight and profound power. Day in which remember The moral stain the terrible toll. Slavery took on the country. And continues to take its also a day, says House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for
New Details Emerge in Apparent Road Rage Killing
"Where new details are emerging about the couple arrested after a horrifying road rage incident 24 year old Marcus Erez at 23 year old win Li are each being held on a million dollar bail, and it's expected they'll be arraigned today. She's accused of driving the car when he allegedly opened fire the bullet killing six year old age and Leo's who was in the back seat. And laid to rest yesterday. Our lead national correspondent David Begnaud is following this in Orange County, David. It's an awful story. Good morning to you. Good morning. We've learned so much information within the last 24 hours. The suspects have no criminal history. They're not involved in any gangs. The gun was legally registered to the male suspect. He purchased it legally as well. Uh, and the suspects apparently altered their appearance a bit, but they didn't exactly go underground. In fact, on Sunday, they went to eat sushi and the police watched them. But the cops didn't want to make the arrest of the restaurant because they didn't want to cause a scene, So they waited for them to leave. They followed them home. And that's where they got them. It sounded like an accident. Like all of a sudden, and then it was crazy screaming. This is Julie, who didn't want us to use her last name, describing the moment that she says police moved in and ended the more than two week manhunt. Arresting her neighbors Marcus Aires and Wendy Lee. We absolutely believe that she was the driver and that he rolled down his window and extended his arm out of the car and fired around from a gun. This is
Build Your Analytics With a Collaborative and Expressive SQL IDE
"So justin can you start introducing yourself shirtdress. So i'm just in the during the year for the next special interest ibn up interest for six years now most of the time working in data building internal that does for the rest of interest in place and we have several like this one of them is the world took today. And charlie about yourself. Hi i'm charlie. I have being at interest for four years now and after i graduated from university of waterloo. I have stayed on the analysts off on team for the past. Four years and mostly focused on building. Internal was pinchas employees. And going back to you just do remember. Hey i got involved. In data management. I moved to the team shortly after joining interest. I did some cure a their most that we're allowed onto the team in the that team. There was several areas that we support our end customers with short sample in. Ab management life cycle management Experiments or charting on their sporting tools and then one of these resorts was data management. This was the first that i worked on that as a further was with us. So maybe i can talk more about it. Took about upgrade will. Start those mostly. It's li- guy. He was one of the charter support. Team and charlie. How did you first get involved in data management so. After i joined the team. I was walking most beyond the experimentation than the fash boarding teachers for our internal tools. And then just a mention about this option the to build like this quarrying to which is now like korea book and then that's how i got started and so in terms of the actual project itself. Can you give a bit of an overview about what it is the built with query book and some of the story behind what motivated you to create this tool internally versus picking something up off the shelf so we started gorbachev around seventeen boarding. Time is started assaulting term project so we have an external vendor solution however it had some things that we would like to have done differently or that we wanted to or that we wanted to connect with interest because it's
The Mind-Blowing Science of Starving Cancer With Food
"When it comes to nutrition science and trying to figure out what foods are best for you or what foods could potentially harm you one example where there tends to be a lot of confusion as if today you go on web md and you look up cancer and you look up articles that are on there that you know does sugar fuel cancer and there's well meaning articles from very respectable individuals that are out there to say there's no evidence that's out there that sugar encourages cancer. And yes. there may not be these big double blind placebo controlled trials which have their own challenges. They're difficult to fund. who's gonna go and pursue them. How are we going to make sure that we have the resources to explore it. But this highlights so sort of the fact that there still may be a lot of evidence showing that for example in the case of cancer. That sugar could be very problematic. You may not have that full trial. So this is where a little bit of nutrition. Science becomes partly an art of piecing the story together. And saying what's the best evidence that we have so talk about sugar and cancer for a moment if you could yeah great great topic and you know by the way you know. Cancer like sharks. When they're on the cover of a magazine it sells. They fly off the shelves because people are interested in this topic and and just like sharks. There's a lot of fear and and and in reaction to the topic of cancer. And i think this is also true even in a medical community so First of all let me kinda. Give my response to what we do. Now about the evidence of sugar in cancer because I do cancer research. I've been involved with cancer Been involved with helping to develop over a dozen cancer drugs that are. Fda approved in part of my street cred drew. When i speak about food as medicine that i've actually helped to develop medicines. I'm one of the guys who actually. I'm not just sort of like waving leaf. Kale saying never mind all the prescription stuff. Like i'm actually helping to develop those things so for me. It's really food is really an additional tool in the toolbox but we can understand nutrition with the same rigor with the same standards of evidence that we apply for drugs.
DOJ: Man Who Plotted Attack on Ohio Synagogue Pleads Guilty
"The justice department says an Ohio man who plotted an attack on the synagogue has pleaded guilty federal prosecutors say a man who plotted an attack on the Toledo area synagogue has pleaded guilty to related charges Damon Joseph also known as a dollar a Li use of was arrested in December twenty eighteen authorities say he was inspired by a gunman who killed eleven people at a Pittsburgh synagogue six weeks before his arrest he pleaded guilty to attempting to provide material support for the Islamic state terrorist group and attempting to commit a hate crime prosecutors say the twenty three year old drew attention after posting photos of weapons and vows of support for ISIS on social media the plot was uncovered during Joseph's conversations with undercover FBI agents I Walter Ratliff
"li" Discussed on Uncommon
"Boats is definitely on the list. It's on this on one day. Driving is also another hobby. Mine have a sports car. I bought my first First porsche sports car. I think it was twenty one twenty two. I'm very portion. Allow almost says it's love. I love yet. I had a came at a time when i was twenty. One twenty two but After i got married switch to suv. Push k now i can. Yeah because i. I've said to lauren. That tesla tesla person. I think you're america. Yeah okay so this. This is what what i've had recently the porsche taycan. Yeah the electric missionary. It looks just looks. Ibm washing according meal. Expensive very expensive but it looks amazing for me. Like porsches like it's just the look back look like a career s something like that is what i really really like this other things. I don't like about porsche. That tesla has done a little better. Like i think the back of the portion of the people sitting in the back and comfortable. Yeah so lawrence constantly reminding me of that. She's like you know like if we have keyed sern never be able to like. Yeah you can take a couple years but when they grow up like subject yeah. It's funny you mentioned the testing. Because of a. I think that would be my next next car. Yeah which one maybe moto x. They got like massive change next year. The next year's model. Yeah so it'd be interesting to say the thing that fascinates me about electric cars is the amount of talk that you have a made it because i'm an acceleration go out and not a top speed. I love being able to move quick. But i don't need to go. Ultra ultra.
"li" Discussed on Uncommon
"While i was selling a lot of things are selling gadgets. Sally pet beds. You know all kinds of stuff Initial contact guessing will probably sell not gonna sell because at that time. I don't know if it now you can still do it. But i've got time. You can see the top bits. A with topics on ebay. I don't think can do it now but at that time you can and that doesn't Saw at that time you can see on ebay Wall products get the most attention. The the the most bits we just chose those product then later we discovered a website a a software therapy which is owned by ebay a data software that the poor from ebay they tell you we'll talk selling what is trending. What a whole how. Well the top sellers and then we just pick and choose from your being chinese. I was able to go to china. Sos products by directly from china or get the best price and sell on ebay. That was my the first phase of my Enterpreneurial journey and I became like ebay seller for many many categories. So yeah you would have had an information information advantage at the time you would have basically because i think alibaba like anyone. Spurs is really serious in the space site. Alibaba is a bit of gimmick but it's not the whole breadth of the situation in china's evren. They start a factory and they have to fucking on the apple. There's there's other stuff and so this would have been at the beginning of alibaba. You would have probably had some insiders okay. It's this city this town which has nine manufacturing these plastic good or bad could stop calling around finding people and getting price compare definitely. I think the wu when we first started we were looking at the products on ebay. Then the first thing we did was they were. Cdc marketplace in china owned by alibaba. Tau dot com. And we'll just looking at a pro. You know same products What's the price difference. There often see. It's the problem. Here is about five to six times more expensive than the ones in china..
"li" Discussed on Uncommon
"Myself. Opportunity smell money. Just smell something. The some things happening in my brain. Some oxycontin is sort of just going around. I'm like this isn't a style. This is amazing. Yeah yeah. I would strongly recommend anyone who runs a business to do that with their kids. Because it's also who you are correct like you should always make it a part of who you are. I think because it is who you are. You run a business sir early studies and why did you come to australia. Why did you america on. Yeah very very good. Very good question. I think for a lot of students at that time. Us will be the first pulpit. The choice right but dow was just after the nine eleven just because nine eleven happened. I think two thousand one right. And i came to two thousand five. I was basically right after two thousand one so obviously a lot of parents will worry that okay. Us might not be the safest place to A wide australia actually had a foreign teacher at the time in my school actually she was from alba and I just remember. She was super nice. Who italian things. Nice things about australia and then you know. Australia's become the place the place for me to go. Because i that time i had never been to a beach and avenue never knew you know i. I knew that australians were big with beaches. So that's why i can assure you come to sydney or melbourne. I the first choice will ghost. So i enrolled in school and gulf coast and one week or two weeks before my arrival. They told me that The school is full. Now i can only put you in brisbane so i. I went to brisbane to study. Well studied my school. So i did I spent a couple years in brisbane. Before i move on down to melbourne. Wow and the other reason why. I chose Queensland was that. I asked my agent at the time. You know tommy. A place That still nice. But not many chinese. Because i want to learn english when i kanye my english was really shit because all my all all the things i learned back in china was like deaf mute. English you know you look. It's.
"li" Discussed on The New Yorker: Fiction
"Hi samantha. Hi deborah. Thanks for having me. How did yin li's work. I come into your life <hes>. That's a great question. I have to say. I think it was originally from the new yorker. It wasn't this story. This wasn't the first. Union story i encountered. Maybe it was extra. This one though sheltered woman has always stayed with me so deeply. There's no easy way to forget it. There's no easy way to feel like i'm done thinking about it. And i've been interested to see how often it returns to me again. And again. And i think that i initially was so attracted to it. Because it's such a complicated story about mothering and mothering. Stories while not rare <hes>. Ones that are complicated enough to satisfy me are rare that to find a story that questions mothering. Or even that digs in to the extent that this one does where you know we're bringing in themes of capitalism and the effects of capitalism on mothering. I mean. I don't know that i've seen that really anywhere else <hes>. Maybe in some amazing science fiction but never in a story that dwells in realism. The way this story does and the fact that yijun decided to kind of capture this luminol moment of one month. You know the first month and to take that tiny quiet microcosm and make it into this devastating huge chasm of a universe. I i find that unbelievable right. The story deals with a character who only takes care of babies in the first month of their lives. And who also takes care of mothers in the first month of <hes>. Of motherhood motherhood is something you have written about a fair amount in your own fiction. Yeah yeah. I am a mother of three and i think that when i became a mother i like most mothers was amazed at how little i knew beforehand. Despite having mother despite being daughter. I knew so very little about how to do this. And the way that it would change my identity the way that it would open me up in a tremendous way and so i. I went looking for literature that reflected that to some extent in. I don't know that i found too much of it. Even the word mother the first place we go is someplace. Really very basic and stereotypical i. You know it's like making dinner making cookies driving mini vans and there's none of that in a sheltered woman and i really appreciated that because i did feel like when i first became a mother having made life became obsessed with death which ultimately you know that makes a lot of sense and yet no one had prepared me for that and no one had told me that was going to happen so i kind of looked for the pieces that dealt with that question and tried to write these stories myself so now. Here's samantha hunt reading sheltered woman by and li a sheltered woman. The new mother groggy from a nap sat at the table is though she did not grasp why she had been summoned. Perhaps she never would anti may thought on the place mat sat a bowl of soybean and pig's foot soup that anti may had cooked as she had for many new mothers before this one many however was not exact in her interviews with potential employers. Auntie may always gave the precise number of families she had worked for a hundred and twenty six when she interviewed with your current employer. A hundred and thirty one babies altogether the families contact information the dates she had worked for them their babies names and birthdays these. She had recorded in a palm size notebook which had twice fallen apart and been taped back together years ago. Auntie may had bought it at a garage sale in moline illinois. She had liked the picture of flowers on the cover purple and yellow unmelted snow surrounding the chased pedals. She had liked the price of the notebook to five cents when she handed a dime to the child but the cashbox on his lap. She asked if there was another notebook she could buy so that he would not have to give her any change. The boy looked perplexed and said no. It was greed that had made her ask but when the memory came back it often did when she took the notebook out of her suitcase for another interview. Auntie may would laugh at herself. Why on earth had she wanted to know books. When there's not enough to fill one. The mother sat still not touching the spoon until tear-drops fell into the steaming soup. Now anti may said she was pushing herself in the baby. A new rocking chair back and forth back and forth this squeaking less noticeable than
"li" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Vice premier Li or Hey will be here next week well for two days the signing ceremony will be on January fifteenth I think it's a Wednesday president trump will sign vice premier Li or Hey will sign they'll be Salvatori dinner and lunch is surrounding those signatures everything is completely in place I've seen some of these rumors let me just tell you everything is completely in place the translation work the signing ceremony work this is an historic remarkable deal and the president was talking about it yesterday yeah when he unveiled his environmental deregulation maybe we'll get to that is pro growth but on this point I mean we really got a lot in phase one a loss in phase one what the percentage is that I don't know it could be forty percent it could be fifty percent and some people are saying well gosh we left the tough stuff for something called phase two Allen just called Vassar why Heiser from our conversation last night this is such a wonderful fellow and I always check in before I come on the air with a you know nobody ever thought we'd get phase one no one is ever done phase one before there is nothing like this yeah in trade history so that the importance and significance of phase one is enormous and that's the tough part I will get to the rest of it but we covered a lot of ground and it is John isn't as you and I have discussed this is that pro growth radio assuming that the Chinese comply with the conditions and so forth it has the capacity to add at least a half a point of growth in the next year if not more well I love to be able to verify everything you just said but I calm because I've.
"li" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Lu Li yes I will ban off shore drilling one of the reasons I love the framing of the green you do you is it uses some of the language that we might associate with the way that we met the response of **** Germany in World War two. Donald Trump is reelected forties. this is not a hypothetical. well. the revolution. information on. more. solutions for. for our final news roundup and information overload. to you a formal apology on behalf of the people of New York. I'm very sorry you ever got to know Donald. New York. Washington is. this is ready to get rid of him for you will ensure that we not only. of those weapons of war. politically difficult because they.
"li" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
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