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"lachey" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

Dateable Podcast

03:33 min | 7 months ago

"lachey" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

"I've never given one in the sense of where together, and they're not ready to make that next step. I have not done that. Me neither. But I have had friends who've done that with their partners. Yeah. Did it work either? TBD, TBD. I don't ever feel like I need to convince someone to be with me or for someone to be with me. It doesn't feel good if you get married to someone because you made them get married to you. I do have a friend that got close to it and they're happily married now. And I do see that side of it though. I remember her being like, I think about anything. We knew that he was going to propose. And we're like, don't do that. Don't do that. It's going to be any day now. But I do get it's like, especially they get up in four years. She's like, I don't want to keep putting time into this. If they're not willing to take the next step with me. And I think that's very logical, right? That's normal to feel that way. But then, you know, things did end up working out. He ended up getting to the same point as her. Did the extra pressure of her help a little? Maybe it's debatable, right? There's a couple ways of thinking about it. It's like, I don't want to force someone, but then some people are just very resistant to change, even though it's what they want is to move forward. Doing nothing is easier than doing something. There's no behavioral science that backs that up. So sometimes people do need a little push to move in the direction that you're trying to go together. Well, Nick Lachey and one of the earlier episodes says psychologists would say ultimatums aren't the best at resolving your current problems, but it is great at getting to answers. So I think that's what ultimately what it is..

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"lachey" Discussed on Daily Pop

Daily Pop

01:35 min | 8 months ago

"lachey" Discussed on Daily Pop

"Can we get it off a Friday, everybody? Since we're getting messy on this Friday, we're going to talk about Alec Baldwin. He finally answers a question. A lot of people have been asking, why autumn kids? Boss Vanessa Lachey tells us about the ultimatum, she gave Nick. Uh oh. Oh, I love this. The ultimate she gave dig. I should have said that. Oh, you know what? Now that you have like a 96. Alec Baldwin and his wife hilarious are expecting their 7th child together. Now some people were quick to hit the gavel and judge. But he came forward to tell the world why they want more. He posted a video along with the caption. People asked why. This is why being a parent is the ultimate journey. It's you. Whenever you just have two little teeth. Oh. Y'all, Alec Baldwin just got the worst pull out game ever. Lazy ass. Tell the truth. You pull out game with weak. People are just not used to people having so many kids. That's what it is. I'm the oldest of sex. Are you really? Yeah. Oh, see? How does that feel? Did you take care of the other kids? Yeah. See, when I was like 11, I was like changing diapers. Well, you know, and when there's so many, you feel like I feel more of like an uncle to like my youngest sibling. 'cause like there's just such a big difference. So how many kids do you want to have? None. I have one.

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"lachey" Discussed on Daily Pop

Daily Pop

03:13 min | 8 months ago

"lachey" Discussed on Daily Pop

"All I know is, and again, I do like Will Smith and I enjoy all his body of work. And I can separate the artists from the person and I can also know that I will not let one moment define someone's life. Absolutely. I will say that about myself. However, if Janet Jackson lost her whole life for one nipple, right. That didn't punch that nipple didn't come out and punch Justin Timberlake. That nipple did not walk 25 stairs and poked him in the eye and hurt him in front of people. That nipple just came out, did his job and went back in. I know it was a terrible thing. But if Janet Jackson lost almost 20 years of her life over that thing and it doesn't happen I'm gonna be very upset. And I have to say this, I just have to say this because Chris Rock is an icon and a legend. I don't think we would be having these conversations. And this is where we are in the world. If it was Jimmy Fallon or Jimmy Kimmel up there. Really? Oh, I think if Chris Rock was not black, and I'm not a big raised person. But I think if we had, if he had disrespected someone that was not in his culture, I think it would have been a bigger deal than what it was. I think it would have been. I think it would have been a bigger deal if it wasn't those two men that were at the top of the game. I think if anything was different, whether it was a woman or a man in a woman who went up to everything would have been different. It would have been would have felt different. It was just so shocking. And their friends, too. They know each other. They work together. They work together. I just wish you would have yelled from the table. That's it. Or from the seat. We would not be talking about any of this and Chris Rock would be the one in question and be his sales for his show wouldn't be skyrocketing and all of these things. It would have been so much more powerful in such a statement by yelling, you know what? We do not make fun of diseases. This is my wife. Do not break her down like that. And from the seat. From his seat. And his point would have came across. It was slapping him, violence is never answer. It completely took it away. Oh, it's your reaction. It's always the reaction gets. And it was a loss. You lost that. And if Will Smith, if the point was to sort of make Chris Rock feel bad, whether he knew about the condition or not, the biggest thing is when you meet somebody's classlessness with dignity. It hurts worse. Had they waited later and reminded the world of her condition reminded that, you know what? I don't know if you knew this or not, but she has a condition. And it's not always cool to make fun of somebody's appearance. Then Chris Rock would have had, he would have felt worse and much worse. But let me let you know something all Chris Rock has a show tonight. It's a kick-off. Just comedy show in Boston tonight. And we have somebody going. So we're going to have that all. Yeah, y'all want to be the two. I want to hear. Nick and Vanessa Lachey have a new show that's a mix of white swap temptation island and love is blind. Yep, it's called it's going to be messy. It's called the ultimatum, Mary or move on. Here's a preview. I love you to death, but I just can not wait any longer. That is why I'm giving this ultimatum..

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"lachey" Discussed on Daily Pop

Daily Pop

02:03 min | 11 months ago

"lachey" Discussed on Daily Pop

"She seems really pissed off that Jamie lyn talked about her heartbreak over Justin Timberlake. Fair. Britney posted that she flew home after the heartbreak and felt like a ghost. Justin's family was all she knew for years and she needed some support. And here's the kicker. Brittany says, I'm sorry, Jamie lyn. I wasn't strong enough to do what should have been done. Slapped you and mama right across the effing faces. She said it not me. But that is just the beginning. Girl, when a white lady says a cease and desist letter is business. Yes. Okay. It is business because Britney had her attorneys didn't want to Jamie Lynn. Demanding that she stops referencing Britney derogatorily while promoting her book. Our Britney will be forced to take legal action. It also says Britney has not and will not read Jamie Lynn's memoir. We've reached out to Jamie Lynn but we have not heard back. I mean, I gotta ask. Should Britney just read the book and see what's going on here? No, no, she shouldn't read the book at all because I think that Brittany right now is upset so much right now at her entire family. And I think that this is only going to unravel her even more and make her even more upset. I think that her legal team was right to send that cease and desist. Because if you look at this press tour that we're seeing from Jamie Lynn, she is constantly mentioning her sister and why is she mentioning her sister? Because she wants those memoir that book sales. For sure, but if love, when Jessica Simpson wrote her book, let me bring that back 5 months ago when Jessica Simpson dropped that hot ass book that I read three times back to fourth kitchen was so good. She said things about Nick Lachey and the press. Nick Lachey didn't respond because he knew it was gonna get more pickup. Everybody knows, Jamie Lynn says something, Britney responds, it's more publicity for the book. More people are gonna want to read it. So why keep responding? Cherry's.

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"lachey" Discussed on The Mom Room

The Mom Room

04:50 min | 11 months ago

"lachey" Discussed on The Mom Room

"So I drive Milo a half hour two school, a half hour back, so I have like two hours a day in the car. Oftentimes I fill that with podcasts, but I started to download books as well. So some books that I loved was Matthew McConaughey's autobiography, and I got that in the audiobook, and it was awesome to hear him read it. Jessica Simpson's autobiography also amazing and she talks all about her childhood, getting into the industry, what that was like, her relationship with Nick Lachey, remember their reality TV show, like it's all like behind the scenes, she talks about John Mayer. It was really, really, really good. Her struggle with weight and addiction. So that was great. I also read from the ashes really great book. I highly recommend it, especially if you are Canadian. And I read on the Kindle, unreconciled, also a very, very, very good book. Could not put those ones down or couldn't stop listening and couldn't put it down. For fiction, so typically I read nonfiction. That was like what I was, that's who I was in my past life, but I've moved on to fiction and I'm quite enjoying it. You know, just to read for entertainment purposes and not necessarily to learn something or to have to gain knowledge in a certain area. Like even though fiction books make you think, it's not the same. My whole thing was like, if I'm going to spend time reading a book, I want to get something out of it like I want tips and tools and learning and all this stuff, but now I'm more like, man, I'm just going to read for fun. So verity was such a good book. That's VE RIT. That was amazing. I hope it becomes a movie. It's got to become a movie. It's so good. That, I highly recommend and right now I'm halfway through the midnight library and I'm really enjoying that one as well. So those are the books that just came to mind right away. If you want to look back oops, this freaking microphone is so sensitive. Anyways, if you want to look back at the podcast episodes, you'll notice that there's a bunch of episodes that say the mom room book club. So those are all the books that we read for the book club. And there's some really great books in there. So if you're interested, just go and check those out. Maybe I'll do a post about all the book club books that we read. So you can see if there's any that you would go and like to listen to the episode for..

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"lachey" Discussed on Ask Me Another

Ask Me Another

06:52 min | 11 months ago

"lachey" Discussed on Ask Me Another

"Have no idea if they are actually met. I'll say false. They did actually mean. They did, okay, that was wrong. In 1785, the year was correct. And also, at 5 7, he was one of the shortest U.S. presidents. All right. All right, this is from when Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr meet in the song, Aaron Burr sir. Sir, I heard your name at Princeton. I was seeking an accelerated course of study. When I got sorted out of sorts with a buddy of yours, I may have punched him. It's a blur, sir. He handles the financials. You punch the burser. I believe that he never punched the person, in fact. Correct Hamilton had some disagreements with the president of Princeton, but he never punched him or the burser and Lin-Manuel Miranda's excuse is that he liked the burr, sir pun. Are you a wordplay person yourself? Well, I'm in awe of it. And every once in a while, I think, oh, that would be an amazing thing to do, you know, to let me know what Miranda's group freestyle love supreme and has an academy where you actually can learn improv and rhyme and I think I can. But I would love to. It looks like a magic trick. It's just practice. That's true. It's 12 minutes a day. That's it. Yeah, you could choose. All right, here's your next clip. One two three four 5 6 7 8 9 ten commandments it's a tender command. All right, is that true or false? I think there were more. There were more rules or regs for dueling, not just him. That is correct. There actually was a list of dueling rules called the code duello. And I believe one of them is no singing. No Ronnie. Rhyming. You did amazing. That was fantastic. You won. Thank you. Chair salts for his latest book is called real change mindfulness to heal ourselves and the world. Thank you so much for joining us and helping us. Thank you so much for having me. After the break, comedians Dwayne Perkins and Asia Lachey look will join us to critique the wardrobe choices of corporate mascots. I'm ophira eisenberg, and this is ask me another from NPR. This has asked me another NPR's hour of puzzles word games and mindfulness. I'm Jonathan Colton. Here's your host, ophira eisenberg. Thanks, Jonathan. Joining us right now. We have Dwayne Perkins, a comedy writer for Brooklyn Nine-Nine the amber ruffin show and the new saved by the bell reboot and Asia Lachey Bullock who writes for the show's Space Force and upload. Duane, Asia, welcome to ask me another. Hey. Hello. What do you do? So, okay, Dwayne, you're from Chicago, Asia, you moved there from Dallas. I did. Yes, even at Google. But then you're both at university and second city at the same time. So my freshman year, I saw a video of him online dancing with the dance group that was not good. And so I slid in his DMs and was like, oh, that dance group is not good, but you're a star. You're the clearly the Beyoncé of this dance group. Do you want to be best friends? And then he was like, yeah. That's how I started taking classes at the second city and I was like, these people are terrible, but you're a star. Would you come to second city and be a star with me? And Dwight, you were for a brief time in high school. You were a part of the football team? I was a football player, yes. I was a jock. You were Jack story. But we're convinced by a coach, an acting coach to leave. Yes, my football coach was like, oh, if you guys do ballet, it will help you live football better. And so I started taking ballet classes and I was like, oh, no one's hitting me here. So I'm just gonna do this instead. So then I was like, yeah, that's a chop. I'm not doing this anymore. I'm a go do performing arts and my improv coach was very blindside, and she was like, hey, you can do whatever you want. Go do acting. And I was like, yes, white woman, I will. Come on Los Angeles. All right, we have a couple great games for you. Would you like to play some rocky games? Excellent. Yes, please. Okay, so you're gonna be competing against each other. This first game is about the most famous characters in the world, corporate mascots. Very familiar. So it's multiple choice. We are going to name a non problematic corporate mascot. We think. And then we're going to list three clothing items and you just have to tell us which item of those three is not in the characters ensemble. Let's start easy. Dwayne this one's for you. Okay. Mister peanut. Heard of him. Mister Peters full name was Bartholomew Richard Fitzgerald smythe. What was not included in his ensemble, a a pocket watch. Be a monocle or see spats. Oh, okay. This is difficult because what is a spat? I also had to look it up. It's short for spatter dashers. It's that classic outdoor footwear accessory that you put kind of on the top of your shoes. Oh, yeah. Your shoes and socks don't get splattered. Got it. Okay. You know, during murders. Okay, he for sure had a Monaco. But in my brain, this man is naked. So I don't think he has a pocket for a pocket watt. Yeah, you're correct. Absolutely correct. But he's got a top hat. He's got a monocle. He's got white gloves, a cane and spats, and you're right. Really? No other clothing. That's nasty. All right, Asia, here's one for you. All right. Travel velocity's mascot is a garden gnome who travels the world. What is not a part of the roaming gnome's look? A, combing his.

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Jessica Simpson Posts Unrecognizable Photo on Instagram

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:55 min | 1 year ago

Jessica Simpson Posts Unrecognizable Photo on Instagram

"Listen, I know much of the country is falling apart, but I saw something this morning that I don't think I can unsee. There's a picture of Jessica Simpson, Jesus Christ yesterday, Jessica Simpson posted a throwback Instagram picture to honor her four years of sobriety. And in the caption of the pic, she explained that the person in this photo is an unrecognizable version of herself who used to booze who used booze to numb their issues. I'll tell you what, I never thought she would balloon up to this size. To me, Jessica Simpson, the day she thought, when she had that show with Nick Lachey, whatever that newlywed show was called, that reality show, one of the first of its kind, she was so adorable on that show. I know she was a nitwit and airhead, but what a sexy girl man. And when we were talking about chicken of the sea, she didn't understand tuna fish was chicken of the sea and so innocent, so sexy that, listen, ladies, a lot of men that night went bananas because we can't take when a girl that young and sexy doesn't quite get it. I know it makes us sound shallow. I get it, but to us a girl like that who looks as hot as that, they kind of appear helpless and that's when guys want to move in. I'm not saying it's a good trait. You know, I'm saying that's the way a lot of guys get. And boy, she was something for a while. But listen, the caption on this photo, everybody's using Instagram now to spill their personal lives out. The caption read, the person in the and by the way, if you have Instagram, well, we all have Instagram. Go to her page and look at this picture. You're not going to believe it's her. You're not going to believe it's

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"lachey" Discussed on On Air with Ryan Seacrest: The Post Show

On Air with Ryan Seacrest: The Post Show

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"lachey" Discussed on On Air with Ryan Seacrest: The Post Show

"Roxy ds roxy she's fantastic. Yeah we'll tell you what she's going to. i'm sure get a lot of offers. And if she wants a co host. I think i should be an avatar host. I could host a lot of different things. Wouldn't that be fun if there was like a host is if you don't have enough on your plate already but this whole avatar thing could be my retirement plan this great. No i really as well. It was cool. Because i posted a lot of shows over the. This is the first time. I've had a chance to be a judge. Sit back and watch it and it was awesome. It was cool to be a part of that. Will i am atlanta's more said grimes. Or the three judges with me on the show so we had a lot of fun. And i'm just excited for people to see this man. It's different grabs. it's different thank. You are so. Check that out tonight and tomorrow. Nine eight central on fox. The send our love to vanessa and of course keeping up. I'll see in the gym at some point and i'll use all the heavyweights. I'll give them back to you. I'm just trying to keep up with ryan you're doing. Well see buddy he will you too. Don't you think if i could create an avatar to ho shows be fun. Yeah so pumped. I love roxy so the fact that she's hosting this deal. Yeah but but what. We could avatar myself in different languages. I could host like ten of them around the country. So it'd be like your image and then just like the cheesy. Look i have in the energy and all that and my mannerisms but the different languages i got a call the avatar casting people okay. Fifty minutes of non stop kiss next..

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"lachey" Discussed on On Air with Ryan Seacrest: The Post Show

On Air with Ryan Seacrest: The Post Show

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"lachey" Discussed on On Air with Ryan Seacrest: The Post Show

"So it is harry styles. There wanted to point seven kiss. Fm nicholas shea is here. I saw the man on stage with his fellow band members. Ninety eight degrees. You guys look the same. The same we're hanging on by a thread buddy. We're hanging on by a threat. I started thinking though. Because i don't know i mean maybe it's inappropriate to ask your age. Yeah we're almost the same age right. So i got you got one year on me so what i realized i used to see like other dads do this when they got to be our age and they would go shop at like the skater store or like schedules and they right. They try and dress it down to be twenty-five hang onto it. I noticed that i do that you do that. They're the boys do that. And i think maybe that's part of it but and good living. I mean you're happy right. I mean you got a great family. You're happy exercise. eat right. yeah. I mean i've seen you in the a handful of times i think you know you gotta take care of yourself a little bit but listen when i'm in there. Nikko says can i borrow some of the ways. Use all of the weights hogs the entire. Jim jim ryan does it down this. There's nothing left. Let's get into some stuff before we get to this show which got understand. So you in. Vanessa have been married how long we just had our ten year anniversary this summer. Congratulations what did you do for tanks. Man We didn't even spend it together. Believe it or not. That's what happens when you for a long time when you're married with three kids here in hawaii filmon. She shouldn't hawaii la. She shooting in hawaii. So i was back in l. a. Shooting alter-ego she was here shooting. Ncis hawaii and so we We did a little Little face that was i on your anniversary. I always wonder because. I have not gotten married yet. I've been in love and had relationships before. But i always wonder and i ask people this i mean. Obviously she's smart stunning and talented and all that. But what was it like. What was it. That was different with vanessa than anybody dated. You know what. I think the i mean she and i are a lot of like we have the same birthday where we have same similar mindset to life and family and i think we had all those things in common i think we both we met at the right time in our lives as well like when you're ready to kind of say all right. I'm ready to take this kind of step and have this kind of a relationship. So it's you know it's kind of a combination of chemistry and timing. I think on what. What did you learn from your first marriage that you now know better..

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"lachey" Discussed on Marketing Trends

Marketing Trends

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"lachey" Discussed on Marketing Trends

"Tell us a little bit about this. Like how does this really pushed forward. Yeah so we released a whitepaper first. One two thousand seventeen in early listed out what she was gonna do. Like the oracle protocol. How chain link functions and were really proud to say that we accomplish everything that we said that we set out to accomplish. I think that's just the quality of what we do like. We say something and we will do it we she. And so the white paper to my now release was really Was a way to show. This is where we're going in the next couple of years. This is where we wanna be so one of the main things that we talk about there is this concept of a hybrid contract of right now a smart contract which is an application that has computer programming unit. That says if as happened than by will happen like if accent by will be triggered this is what powers a lot of all the defied. Like if you know this price of this asset goes to this then why will happen. So we're like in the sense of our weather insurance. If the rainfall in this where mile is accident you'll pay out by and so what we're doing with this hybrid contracts ideas. These traditional smart contracts were aware of the outside world's they couldn't communicate they didn't have information on the weather or the asset like the value of nasa or the location. Gps location of south bay. And so what we really want is to have a hybrid mark on-track enabled by changing that is both on walkway that communicates with everything that has all the securities the greatness of lachey and also the outside world which is connected. They're trailing in this hybrids contract you. We cannot really connected to your contract to data but also power additional computation off team to allow for more privacy faster transactions on whatever you need especially as it comes to more complicated smart contracts or even enterprise use cases who's the godfather or mother of hybrid smart contracts. I'm that's a term. That jamie graded. Wow yeah i think that's that's all that's also brilliant. An allow more folks assumed at the table and play in that in that space. That's that's really cool. Earn analog off other whatever mother would say really the research state. We have a really really smart research team headed by our angels chief scientists. He was a. Scientists are r s a kurdish organization in also professor at cornell so numb and we have multiple like whole research seemed dedicated to a credit. That's amazing i'm curious. You wrote an interesting piece about the future of nafta we've seen them explode in popularity over the last six months. What is the state of an fte's currently like how do you see them growing. And then i'm curious from a marketing perspective. What is your strategy. Moving forward with them. Why i think he's of in very popular because they're fun right there. Like if i mean you like friendly. They wouldn't want to like a little pig or like you know iraq or something. Edano something. I feel like how ever a lot of be an easy fine right now. We think are so limited at moving. There's a lot to that we've been working on empty. Side of saint. Paul adding randomness itchy. And then also adding connectability to other information that jay so for example like agape shop like you could add a system so that as the player wins some different award like a rookie of the year or make x. shots that entity can dynamically change. So you can have dynamic in that like so much so it's like having a baseball card that will grow in change overtime. And that's what we think is really going to be a feature of nfc's while see. I i love that..

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"lachey" Discussed on Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast

Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"lachey" Discussed on Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast

"Other team that i think people really need to know about the striking thing i some might say. The shocking thing about salt this year is the overwhelming preponderance of digital assets. Lachey crypto technology. That is on display here everywhere. I did a bit of a count yesterday. Approximately fifty percent of the speeches here at salt. Were on the crypto side. When you walk around visibly you can see the booths you can see the exhibitors you can see people and hear people talking about crypto wherever you go and we'll be hearing more of Ashes commentary and opinions about what he saw there as well as the guests are going to be coming through real vision as well. So we'll keep you up to date on all of that on on the exchanges. Well i want to twenty one pop back to aluminum Very quickly you know. What are you looking at in terms of the price action. I know we mentioned it briefly before. But i'm people asking about about that. What what are you expecting what. How have we seen atop. And we've seen such big quick move there were she you know. We're seeing trade dynamics. Play out on the screen right like there. There's been a serious run of physical buying an aluminum you know. The prices are being driven up by Producers across producer areas trying to cut down on you know energy consumption the carbon emissions the whole thing so that seems like something. That's gonna be with us right. We're gonna we're gonna continue to measure carbon emissions the whole thing the move to net zero is going to be part of the conversation so that is going to be you know rising commodity prices. The rising price of aluminum is going to be part of the conversation when it trades up to a historic level on the charts in a straight line. You know there are more than one sharp aluminum traders out there that may have been riding along through this whole thing and say you know what up at this level. We're gonna let them have all the aluminum we've been carrying at this price and see how the market feels and so the market takes on that aluminum and maybe has to hand out at at lower prices. If there's a seller right at the highest at three k. But what happens. Is we reach equilibrium again and we get the same set of demand players on the buy side online and the aluminum market saying okay. I need more aluminum. So let's go. And so i feel like we get through these overbought levels where everybody's a little bit too long. You run into a major seller at a major technical level and you know take some of the heat off of the rally. I think we're seeing that you know we. We're gonna see that at some point and natural gas although we haven't seen it yet we're still going through a historic level and five dollars per million Billion cubic feet. Excuse me so if we get through these next levels through three thousand in aluminum through five dollars in natural gas. You can bet that there's going to be another rally on the other side of that. So those are the things that i look forward to happening. And i'm totally prepared and patient enough to wade through all of the back and fill trading right like as as we as i'm navigate my readers into these markets..

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"lachey" Discussed on The World: Latest Edition

The World: Latest Edition

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"lachey" Discussed on The World: Latest Edition

"They're back in february but the democratic resistance is not going away and now the leaders of myanmar's mars opposition are declaring all out war against the country's military rulers. Either alania d delude to you tolan. Apd the official call for all citizens of me and march to revolt. It was posted on facebook. The main speaking as lachey la the acting president of the national unity government government in exile composed of elected officials who fled into hiding after the february coup. Their goal now is to launch an armed uprising against the military and revived me and mars democracy. The world southeast asia correspondent. Patrick wind is on the line with me. How will this declaration of war. Change things on the ground in myanmar. Well i think it's a warning. Marco that this resistance which has already started is about to really intensify after this declaration of war. They're asking everyday people to stockpile food and medicine. Everyday people are told to spy on troop movements and informed the revolutionaries if anyone works for the military government even just as like a tax collector or engineer. Or even a secretary they are put on notice that you should quit and join our movement. Instead or else. I do have to say i'm mostly seeing positive reactions from people in myanmar about this declaration of war. There's just so much rage. Marco at the military which is quite vicious and not very competent at running a country since they've taken over the banking system collapsed. The hospital system has collapsed in. Covert is rampant. So i do have to caution that this revolutionary government it mostly exists online with these exiled politicians hiding out and communicating over encrypted apps and making statements over social media. They don't have any buildings or any liberated area just yet. So how will the resistance of the hunt actually fight this war. They've now declared do they have an army and can match with the generals. Have at this point. It can't match what the generals have they do have an army but one very embryonic state and not a conventional one so after the coup all of these people young and old started slipping into the jungles contacting armed indigenous. Rebel groups in myanmar. And asking them for help you know. Can you train us so that we can take this fight back to the cities where we live in recent months. You've seen this embryonic army spring into action assassinating officials by the hundreds bombing. Police stations and on a weekly basis carrying out all sorts of sabotage operations like blowing up cell phone towers owned by the military. So this is going to be a guerilla war. It's going to be more like the ira than two armies going toe to toe. We'll see what happens. I should note. That monsoon season is just now ending in myanmar. Things are starting to dry out and that's when people usually start the real fighting. What did the military government have to say about this declaration of war patrick. Oh well they said this national unity government..

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"lachey" Discussed on The Mindless Morning Show

The Mindless Morning Show

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"lachey" Discussed on The Mindless Morning Show

"Don't think a mouse like grows into a rat. I think different. They're different things are gonna. Maybe what they're from the same family to have to be road. Joe did you just say i'm fucking rat. He would want to be considered a rat though. 'cause like they got bigger tales strip. That's what i'm saying. They're different types of species. All right. i'm a biologist. You catch me on the news. Talking about the weather follows for more biological backs. Lachey all right so I'm kinda bummed. That i never did get to work with you personally at disney that. Yeah i i think that would have been a lotta fun. Did work with you. So i mean you probably got in trouble. You might not hurt there now. Yeah probably you're probably right to go probably true. I mean i like to work with. I knew was doing. I did my job. It's just. I was what they want you to do is they. Don't ever want you to like hanging around the shop. They want you like out and about working at. If i don't have any work to do i'm just gonna sit at the shop so act like you're working like busy and so like because i'm not all the other people out in the field hiding in some like rumor corner like i'm just there where i can get parts for when call does come in because at ten times you do know what what the problem persists of the same same crap over and over you learn these these pieces of equipment. You know what the location is. Your like are already know what's been going on there like you. You almost build up like a a report of health with decent Unit so like you get at some point they i sit there and wait for a call grabbed my part and go so was more efficient. But they didn't like that. Whatever so joe. What is it that you exactly do it. Well what's called a working foreman. So i don't really do any work. I i mean. I'm not going to be as i can you edit that out now is true formula. Men's dude they're babysitters. I.

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States in the West Face Water Cuts

Environment: NPR

02:31 min | 1 year ago

States in the West Face Water Cuts

"Residents in arizona. Nevada and across the border in mexico will have to cut their water consumption starting next year this the day after the extraordinary announcement by the us government of a first ever water shortage on the colorado river. Here's npr's kirk siegler. Some forty million people and countless farms rely on the colorado river and its tributaries. The shortage comes amidst a mega drought on the river basin. That's so far. Lasted twenty two years and as desert cities like las vegas and phoenix. Continue to grow at among the fastest rates in the us the entire reservoir system including lake mead with it's alarming white bathtub brings behind the hoover dam is now it just forty percent of capacity. Here's the department of interior secretary for water. Tanya trujillo we are seeing the effects of climate change in the colorado river basin through extended drought extreme temperatures extensive wildfires and in some places flooding landslides and now is the time to take action to respond to them. Arizona will be the hardest hit initially with these cuts. Losing almost a fifth of its entire river allotment for now california will not see any cuts because it's water rights are senior under century-old river laws. This shortage is monumental but it was also widely expected western. Water officials have been planning for this eventuality by ramping up conservation and water recycling. Tom bukowski directs arizona's department of water resources. This is a serious turn of events but not a crisis for now. Most cities won't see water. Supplies cut but farmers will in arizona. Thousands of acres of fields are expected to go fallow. Ironically the arid southwest is a huge producer of water intensive crops like cotton and alfalfa water law experts like marks quill lachey at the university of colorado say climate change will force this region to rethink how it uses its limited water. So many people rely on. We can't handle anymore stresses we're looking at a pretty dire situation right now on the river. School laci says climate. Change is drying out the soils and leading to rapid. Evaporation even a near average winters. Like this last one in the rocky mountains where snow melt feeds the river. That dry soils are acting like a sponge and they're soaking up a lot of water before that water can make it into the reservoirs. And that's likely to continue and federal water. Managers warned the shortages to will continue and probably get more severe. They'll reassess whether more cuts are needed in the next year.

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"lachey" Discussed on Protrusive Dental Podcast

Protrusive Dental Podcast

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"lachey" Discussed on Protrusive Dental Podcast

"A to be honest the refers. And i've had the patients don't want to have the surgery k which is interesting because you know they've always been told that the goal problem they go recession but the just thinking. I don't want to go through this hassle right. So which is fine. But what i have noticed during lockdown. I've had a lot more patients. Contact me about the gum recession. Welcome to the protruding dental. Podcast the forward thinking podcasts. For dental professionals join us as we discuss hot topics in dentistry clinical tips continuing education and adding value to your life in career with your host. Jazz galati hello pitchers rati. I'm jazz lachey in welcome to gpo eight to all about the management of recession defects. Not like the crazy. Get the scalpel outlets all start doing route coverage more like how to assess it as gdp. Because i find that recession is one of those things right where it's like tooth wear in the sense that it's common but that doesn't make it except tool. That doesn't make it something that we don't write down diagnosis. Because i find that you know people ignored when people ignore recession because why we see all the time varying degrees Some patients will take it really seriously. Others will have recession for years. And you might be the first dentists to have that conversation with about recession and it can obviously lead sensitivity and aesthetic issues. So it's.

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Does Beauty Desperately Need a New Hero Ingredient?

The Beauty Brains

01:05 min | 1 year ago

Does Beauty Desperately Need a New Hero Ingredient?

"Beauty desperately need a new hero ingredient. Well not. I don't know about desperately but this article was written by one of our industry colleagues akshay to lachey and i. It was good to see him right this because i think there were some really good thoughts present in this and he talked through some of the natural ingredients in the evolutions that are already occurring in them and went through some of the technologies that are either currently on the market or coming to the market. He talks about the historical perspective and basically all of these things have existed for a long time. They're not new. They may be trending now but they're definitely not new. Yeah that is the amazing thing. Really in skin-care. There really isn't anything that didn't exist. I don't know twenty years ago. But somehow i just kind of bubble what the popular stuff has kind of bubbled up at the moment until something. New popular bubbles up.

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"lachey" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"lachey" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

"No i see poor casually that third do audra commodity annan infantry and the say a maybe month on the that goal in simbarashe icy comey's how newport the and less committed is goosing break-up or key in on area shula in if he got inefficient piano lessons because he still she gets the okay. One set of candles governor. Will you and i know peruta spontaneous don we we pinot real minted in on this. A data nola hill in the k. On new colombian coherent news. That i'm cynthia porta-john look like me can point. Four hundred zero haniel brasilia samsung. It here's a career in legal banana now facing the key. Well not pursuing up with moon this decalitre connoisseurs consider conspiracy. They need committee when he had a coma. Moxie moo in daniel nicosiam quite put one. Oh per say about coping open on a norm. The almost care about nausea nauseous. Though there was listening this one percent in the scellera liberal kasese ave. They'll go Commercial we them pretty. Ceo came in pretty soon as to the world series. Telepathic mentors lachey. Cocaine committee knows isis. In wanna poor saying tra- hocus early tone but guo he get support android luminosity those More heavily larisa on kosovo the moment ally..

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"lachey" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews

On with Mario Interviews

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"lachey" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews

"Yeah boy girl boy exactly yes to. We got girl boy. So it's a it's a. It's a handful right there. Man and vanessa. I just I think i'd read a little while back. Talked about on my show too. She just got cast in the ncis. Hawaii right that's awesome. She's the lead in an ncis. Hawaii so we'll be. We'll make the pitch to honolulu pretty soon. sm- and we. I'm really proud of her. And then happy for her. This is for you. Know for that franchise a the first female lead. That's a badge of honor. She gets carrie now. So she's super cycle. Be doing it in. And i guess we're all oughta be psyched the move to hawaii. It looks like so. That's okay so you're getting the whole family. That's awesome good for ya. Those working. she'll be production and so Gotta have to pick up stakes and move his worst places. You could be perfect casting too because she was very hawaiian. And so it's a perfect. Please tell congratulations for me. That's awesome four. I let you go nick and put spot questions. Quick answers right all right. What are you currently watching on. Tv right now currently watching mankind for mankind. Which is that one. Data is if russia won the the race. Space arena on it history dan. There's so many shows. It's always like if i don't hear about it before it was like. Wow okay keep it is. What's a song. You wish you wrote gosh Lupus graham seven years. I'd say estimates my favorite song which i've out. Who is your celebrity crush grown up with some. We were the same as so. It's everyone although it's changed for me. Dramatically yeah i'm done growing up. What do you remember when you think of the summer. Ninety eight so ninety eight ever being on tour with the guys William on the road promoting. I think that was right when your heart came out of the movie milan. We were out doing that for disney and tell the second record out so yeah. It was all ninety degrees all the time back in those days. Good for you. Congratulations on everything. Summer of ninety eight drops on the eleventh. Nick thanks for checking umbrella. Okay you take care..

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"lachey" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews

On with Mario Interviews

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"lachey" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews

"Zoom the winner of season five of the singer. The piglet nickless say welcome back by maca graduations appreciated basement. So i did you get involved where you a fan. Did they approach. You had to be so much fun for all the kids. Yeah definitely i mean. The kids were big part of the reason i wanted wanted to do. The show is actually gonna do season two. And then i had another tv thing. I could make it work scheduling wise so it was always something i wanted to do and then i was kind of a last minute addition to this season i was actually in colorado Skiing with some friends. And i got a call like hey would you. Would you want to be a part of the amassing of the season. So i like four days later was onstage in a pig outfit. You know Singing the song so it was kind of a kind of a whirlwind beginning to it but yet the kids had a blast with it out of blast with it. You know a lot of fun for our whole family to go on a little journey. I bet the costume was pretty hilarious. How how'd you end up as as the piglet. What other options you have. Because i was so last minute. I bathed that was the first thing they presented to me and ironically cincinnati. It's the city of the flying pig. Oh is it. I didn't know that. Yeah my production. Companies flying pig production solid. I'll just meant to be you know what i mean. It felt like fate And then my vanessa asked our oldest data ever did the messier with an animal. Should he be which can be a pig So all the things align. I'm supposed to be the pig. That's just the way it's supposed to be. I'm a fan of pigs. I'm a huge fan of pigs. Either tasty little guys Good for you. You showed off some range to man you saying for everything from fighters to phil collins even little Capaldi pick your song choices..

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Self-Love Coach Kimberley Cook Helps Survivors Become Thrivers

Your Life Program

05:44 min | 1 year ago

Self-Love Coach Kimberley Cook Helps Survivors Become Thrivers

"I have a very special guest who's had Very traumatic life. She was raised with forty years of emotional abuse from a narcissistic mother but through her heart. Perseverance and determination. She's found her way back to a fulfilling life today. Joining me on. My show is a very special self love coach. Kimberly cook who has used the skills of resilience emotional intelligence in self awareness to create a twenty four seven support system and step by step process to help survivors become thrive hours. Kimberly join us on the show. Today you're welcome. It's great to be here. You're here all the way from australia. From adelaide yes yes. I am so welcome. Welcome welcome I wanted to ask you if you wouldn't mind for the audience telling us about yourself and your story in how you became the self love coach in how you have the self love project. How did that all begin. I'm will growing up I didn't realize. I had a narcissistic mother because it didn't know what the word was you know growing up a was just emotionally demented by her Throughout my life. Until i was thirty six she sort of set me up to file in law. If i didn't i didn't have boundaries You know she didn't teach them to me. She made me live by them. But not allowed me to have my own voice and and stuff like that and You know a be thirty six years old and i. I just couldn't take it anymore. She had completely try to control. My life You basically fell in love with my husband tried to do my children and Just took them and just cut off contact with my hometown. Family which then led to me for many many years after that to Leaving out a self abuse. Because i didn't know what was wrong with me. What i deviated to learn a lot about nazism. And and then i just went through the process of Of healing myself at the tolerant knowing what to do and Dimona ten forty nine was not living on this anymore and i it would break my heart to see people suffer through united just being bullied or getting into a relationship that they could get out of. That was unhappy and many many people live with you know without so flow because we were talking back. Then you know you've got to do things for others and put others before you can so clogged was really thing. It was locked tough and often Not i believe that anymore and so flood is very confusing to people. That aren't really what it is. They should be doing To release their trauma and emotional baggage. Because it's very heavy. Yes very very heavy. So let's let's back up just a moment for the audience who might not really understand but because your years of figuring it out you now know what is a north narcissist pathological narcissist. What are some the traits that if someone is in a relationship that's abusive or heart and they don't know what Had noticed the signs explain. What narcissist is well. You know it someone huge encroaches your boundaries or. Do things for them that you don't want to do and they have no consideration. And but it's a continual thing it's Something that although law though tell you a blatant lachey face and then although tell you something and you don't hang on a minute and then you feed that back to them and the dow you know they'll be lucky. That's not what i said. Or that's not what i did or and so then you just become long magor mart laar crazy. Did i just make that open. You know and then when this happens all the time you know you really end up questioning very own self. you're your you're your mentality and There's a different level of narcissism having as a parrot because they're the people that bring you into the world you know other is someone who gave birth to you so you would think i'd be the one to protect julian Not you an and teach you to be strong and You know my mom didn't do any of that and make bad choices and then not pick narcissistic men. So i want gain on. I couldn't have a voice and was A choice alcoholics And things like that and so the stock who just sort of went on and you know when when when someone is emotionally abusing you and putting down and Barking orders it. You and stuff like that. What happens is you. You didn't turn laws and so you instantly emotionally abusing yourself

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"lachey" Discussed on Teachers Care Society

Teachers Care Society

07:19 min | 2 years ago

"lachey" Discussed on Teachers Care Society

"Nick lachey no but all joking aside it was so much fun and yeah. I made sure that we looked at them. As dating challenges at dive qods. I was like you know what there are no times dating teenagers. There are challenges gas. And i think it was really cool to be able to have a boyfriend. They're to just be real about those challenges because they are so real and they are challenges that you could be a new teacher. You could be a veteran teacher. You know you can be a substitute teacher. you know. Every single person goes through that when they're trying to date so as a teacher. I think we have you know very specific challenges at situations that we do have rough days like you said so. I think he was just a really great conversation to just get get the conversation started and you know making no known that yeah we do have challenges and this is how you were at the right or you don't work through and then you know maybe that's not a partner for you. I'm so glad you enjoyed that episode. The trustee to each other. You know being late almost in a way though he described is a you know what. That's so funny because that's exactly how it felt as well you know. It felt like therapeutic conversation being like these are the challenges that we go through the. Let's talk them out and let's show everyone else listening today. Side view are having these challenges to your not alone but these are just challenges that come with dating as a teacher and then dating a teacher so yeah and i hope it you died at. Yes thanks so much for listening to that episode of somebody liked. It was a good episode of a marriage guidance. Counselor her take on too. She said it was a good episode as well. As just as well you know on us. I do hope you to do another episode later on in the future. If you to do decide to get married and may reflect conceive the difference years later or even a difference between being teacher naturally being married to teacher because i know married life is totally different teacher friends the before and after and that is a great idea we ever do get married one day. I remember this furthering regulate you on your program known for thank you so much. Yeah you know. I got so many questions about being doctoral program and it's always like how do you do it like. How do you have time to do a and my biggest thing. Is you know if you are in a kroger on that has to do with your passion and something that you like. you know. it's amazing you know. I always tell people all the time. I'm getting a doctorate in education and education is my passion so of course i absolutely love my program. It is going on me. Saying i couldn't imagine my life without it but if i was getting a doctorate in i don't know let's say math or science. You know something that. I'm not passionate about something that i don't enjoy. I mean it would be horrible. You know so. I feel for me. It's so easy to make time to do all the work and make time you all the readings that have to do because we make time for things that we enjoy you know sell for me. The program is going awesome. Is it a lot of work. Yes one hundred percent is so much work but then again we could time and energy into things that we enjoy so for me. I am obsessive education. Educating is my passion so from you. I have no problem putting in that time and passion and i do want to make sure that i included in mass. That is you. don't ever get your doctor right. I'm sure we're going to talk a lot more about this. That doesn't mean that you are any worse of a teacher than someone who does have their doctorate or is going for their doctor. I think it's something super personal and you know not. Everyone goes for it for a reason. But i don't think that you know me going for my doctorate. I don't think that makes me any better of educator than someone who doesn't so. I just wanted to make sure i mentioned that. I don't think that that corley to your effectiveness. Or yeah i mean. I guess just effectiveness as a teacher. But i mean my doctoral program is awesome. I love it so much. add on. Yeah it's going really well. I can't believe i'm already into my second year. It's like a time is flying so is a massive for rhinos. Style to yes. It is so i have the same classmates. In all of my classes. And i really loved the cohort model. Because you really get to know and gets to become friends with the people that are going through the program as well. And i'm sure you go through this as well where you know when you guys are stressed out you can lean on each other and you can help each other through and i think that that is something. So beautiful about the cohort model of any type of program. Is that when you are in the same exact classes with the same people. You really understand each other. And you're really able to just help each other through those hard times so i think the core model is awesome and yeah. That is what my program is like. Well just a short time. We'll be congratulating you then the have i still have a little while ago but i know i'll get there eventually. You saw how quickly this by. Yeah i mean time is just flying by. I really can't believe it so soon. Enough telling the behind the scenes stuff that they don't really teach you in teacher preparation programs and acne remorse for my mentors. My supervisors for my program still so much to learn on this right now with the pandemic going on oliseh noses prepping over the summer for a new type of teaching because the year before that i was teaching in person and then the last months i was teaching via discerning but that was for those agenda in fourth grade classroom you into the school year. I was going to be teaching. Tk one.

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Why You Need Trustology

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

06:33 min | 2 years ago

Why You Need Trustology

"Really interesting Willie. Our at the moment when it comes to crypto now this is going to a affiliate shortly so paper will still be in the midst of this covered. Nineteen virus that has you locked down and may on lockdown and probably many more people listening to this. Because they're in lockdown. I wanted to so to speak to you today. About is that affecting the market it before we get to that stage A little bit about yourself. Trust in when you started a little shocked System just og back in November twenty seventeen now so well now And that was a with consensus so we started a consensus spoke. Lubin enough to Ye away spun out as a separate legal entity Within BEEN INVESTED BY CONSENSUS. So thank you to them and to Sigma Ventures. Thank you to them to Based out of London Swell of us a cutting code enduring also stuff Yeah and we've been ready kind of waking ready. Huts Custodial will it platform So we say cup. People's case and held them to put transactions through onto it coin theorem and we'll be adding spoiled to other bulk. James like finance shortly as well as looking after kind of assets on exchanges as world helping flakes managed that before that very kind of now Career for a lot of people in crypto half of the people in Crypto works for banks used Iran innovation for UBS Swear I was looking at all sorts of stuff from cool mobile projects looking to security on the streets Moving into kind of machine learning Big dates all that kind of stuff. Undiscovered blockchain also super cool Ended up opening lap at a level nine or UBS where we did a lot of work on small bones and so on Ammon Windy being one Mellon Custody and then tried to tried to stop mining company. Did we just just just energy raw. Have been you've been every women as they cite financing around but I mean all in the same industry. Did you serve when you? Ubs did you jump ship because you saw something. Bigger your bold. What was the raising V to leave your mothers and fathers would call a good job. A styling count it. It's a big step to walk away from From those sorts of organizations what was it. That really inspired you to do that. I felt like I had a once in a life. Chance to try and build something an look Lodge organizations ready kind of a very important function But being very big F you simply cannot say the same wrist yet When you playing a trillion with a pension funds and stuff like that he just socially irresponsible to take the kind of risks startup candidate I wake up with startups in my role back in the banks. Mentoring them will genie to do you. Know to kind of In engineering assistance. Full Bank grade scale But after a year. Raila us that if you are trying to be on Leandro Angel Tech You have to have a go at a small company. The only place that you'll be able to do that in a way. That's except risky is in data system. There's anything wrong with a bank or it's more the fact that quite right. You have to choose the level risk. You want to work on and then said negotiations. I see jewel and others for an Nightclub Stanton. And the word that you used there was was responsible obviously a startup. You is the risk to reward ratio. You take bigger risks than you are looking for bigger rewards. These institutions tend to sometimes not taking bigger risks. And I need to keep chipping away completely. Understand that point of view I guess moving into the actual service itself. Do you WanNa tell us a little bit about who you sane because you've been around for a good couple of years now it's to be around or Saudi accompanying two thousand seventeen in this space. It is and is still be alive. Audits ushered should tied with that to still be around. 'cause many let's face it many of those are see is popped up have also pumped out And then longer around. But you've been around. You continue to move for us to way and it's interesting to say the China the monitoring what sort of changes you say in the space transform of that so two hundred eight years You saying a different demographic coming now to use your product. Yeah absolutely so you know if if you look at the early days he had Ic craze radius kind of crowd funded many way but with very tech savvy people so those not mind for custody that Boyne because GonNa defects that will get into this space Wanted to connect fully control a case just completely respect and they didn't need assistance. We've seen a change in that on the ICS kind of the Public. Lachey gone and his lawyer worry about whether they seem to be securities and so on So instead a lot more private placements but actually we've seen of people who are buying the tokens They now from wider People but they tend to be less technical so they need a little more Holding they're looking for much more school. Two Point Zero experience where a lot of things to handle for them which is kind of what we designed

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Fashion History Now

Dressed: The History of Fashion

07:42 min | 2 years ago

Fashion History Now

"So this week April. I thought we were Kinda start talking about fashion wink. We're on the tail end of the month of quote Unquote Fashion Week. We are currently witnessing all the Paris runway shows and I thought this would actually be a great opportunity to suggest a instagram. Follow to our listeners. At Robin Given our OB. I N. G. I. V. H. A. N. She's a fashion critic for the Washington Post and pass dressed guest that absolutely. She came on the show and our very first season to talk to us about the battle over cy which happened in nineteen seventy three and it was basically like a fashion show face off between French. Katori as an American designers. Yes so that was an amazing episode but she is an incredible critic. She's very thoughtful and insightful about her coverage of fashion that I think a lot of our listeners will really appreciate for instance today. She's posting about the Balenciaga show. And she's saying that. The show is thoughtful but she says quote. Thoughtful just stressful. It's very ominous. I think it's kind of a commentary on climate change. I haven't read much else about it. But she also has been writing about kind of the feminist ideologies that Inspire Maria Grazia. Carey's creations for Dr. And how you know that. The fashions and the runway she presents don't really reflect those feminists beliefs. They still reflect this kind of feminine ideal of a woman which is a little counter intuitive or counter to feminism for all women representing all women. That's something that's I guess. Problematic throughout fashion she also has commenting about Virgil Oslo off-white collection. She just doesn't get it. I don't know if you've seen that yet. But he was sending like half Parkas and half tool dresses down the runway. Yes and not only that but one of those tool dresses was actually ripped off. I think it was from givenchy. I don't know if Jeevan she but she ought. There's definitely been comparisons to victor and Ross tool creations and kind of cut out creations. Like it's definitely something that's definitely probably been done before. But I thought the fashion writer Tony Glenville who you could also follow on instagram. How To really insightful? Commentary about some of the collections? That have hit the runway today and he wrote that it's time fashion. Stop treating US too. Don't care close. You know kind of these clothes that we can't really wear in real life. He says you know when you start thinking. The future and designing fashion aware in the real world think about fashion to keep and cherish and fashion to make women look strong and confident. It's not taking the fun out of fashion. It's actually thinking on the subject of fashion as Global Business. And he goes on. That fashion is a creative force. An employer of millions repository of tradition. And Crass let's think about how it can survive in the future and then I wanted to kind of talk to you about this April because he ends with costume belongs in museums. Fashion belongs in our lives and I was curious what your thoughts are on about that. Do you agree with him? Well I mean I think. That's some problematic terminology in terms of exactly how we as fashion historian. Use those words right because all fashion is costume but all costume isn't necessarily fashion. Does that make any sense? Yeah and I think. He's trying to distinguish between this idea of like fashion as as costume as kind of like this performance. Art as a something. That isn't really representative of what we would wear in every day and specifically he was talking about the mosquitoes down by Jeremy Scott. I'm recently which he literally had. It was very much a let them eat cake. Marie-antoinette moment with like tons of Pan Yeas and women in the you know those huge waves reflective of late eighteenth century fashion but they literally came down the runway dressed cakes and like references to eighteenth century panelled gown so a lot of people probably aren't going to wear those clothes. I guess the argument would be if we're just creating fashion for. I guess this like a federal shock value to send it down the runway. Is it still worth it? Should we be doing that or should we be more conscious of the environment and creating fashion? That isn't actually meant to be put on bodies. Well I that actually kind of leads me into the the follow that I want to talk about. Because you said WHO's GonNa wear these things? Well perhaps this next segment of the fashion buying public. Which are drag Queens? So I can definitely see some of those drag Queens on Rupaul drag race adoring that mosquito collection and I would like to recommend to. Our listeners is to follow an instagram account. Called at Drag Bombs D. R. A. G. B. O. M. B. S. and this instagram account is hysterical is actually run by the brother of a former dressed guests. Terrace ain't James. Who CAME ON SEASON? One and talk to us about the intersection in history a sustainability in the fashion industry but her brother. Jordan. He's hilarious. He is obsessed with repulsed dragway. And He's also obsessed with lush products. The cosmetics Carney and so what he does he finds pictures of drag queens and then pairs them up with the lush product that they're outfit and they are hysterical. Some of them are so dead on and so perfect. I showed it to a couple of my friends one time and I tell everybody to follow this all the time. And they're like oh no he has to be the designer of the products and the drag queens are his inspiration but no no no. No that is not the case. He's just really really good at this. So if you WANNA put a giggle in your day follow Jordan on drag vase and I promise you it's GonNa show Ganic smile at your face. I know and I just speaking of. I've never seen this account so I just went to it. And it's Jordan the Raven Claw Lachey. A master bather and he says no drag. Queens harmed in the making of this account. It is pretty incredible. How spot on a lot of these comparisons are. Wow okay well check that out dress listeners. Instagram accounts for you to follow and check out some other things for you to watch them suggestions of some films. I would like to suggest that I just watched. Actually this past week I came across. It's actually a couple years old but I had not seen it. It's a documentary called my generation. That's streaming on Amazon. Have you heard or seen of that? April I have not but you better bet I'm GONNA put it on my list now. I really really liked it Because it is almost entirely comprised of archival footage and photographs. So there's no there's no inter spicing with interviews of people in the modern day there. They just take those voices from those interviews. It's narrated by Michael Caine. It's kind of like has generation and his experience in the nineteen sixties and he interviews. People like famed photographer. David Bailey models penelope tree Mary. Quant twiggy Vidal Sassoon. People interviewed there so integral to this period. And this this documentary. That's really about in the nineteen sixties it just reveals how integral fashion was to the experience of the nineteen sixties by all these interviews. So I highly suggest checking that

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Netflix's 'Love Is Blind' brings the reality dating show into 2020

Call Your Girlfriend

08:16 min | 2 years ago

Netflix's 'Love Is Blind' brings the reality dating show into 2020

"So love is blind the task at hand so it's a dating reality TV show. Our the premise is people at first like D. Don't get to see each other and they get to talk. How does that make love grow? So love is blind. Elo and Vanessa and Nick O'Shea won't stop saying is loved lines and you're like that is not how the scientific concept of that works but I'm going to let you of it and also like this. You can almost hear the pitch meetings for this show. That's like in an age of tinder and and like seeing. Someone's photo before you ever learn anything else about them like this show you know you can hear how they think. This is extremely radical. And I don't know how to tell you this it is kind of radical but we're GONNA get there in the execution of course not nothing's radical and execution Also we are going to talk about how it's not radical it's very. It's like other cultures. Do this but you know so. You have these contestants who are all conventionally attractive people and to be clear actually the knock eventually intractable. They're all hot like I. It took me like three episodes to realize that everyone was hot because I was so focused on another kind of madness about the show that that had not registered for me at because a show like this is radical. Everyone looks a little bit different. But you're like oh everyone's hot and everyone conveniently lives in the same city so you don't like your the parameters are already like narrowed down to what we're doing. Everyone has a If you watch the bachelor or the Bachelorette you know the job. Titles are always like the best part of the show. This also does not disappoint. Everyone is like a content creator or business owner or a regional manager or just like guys one guy's Kyron just says sales referring to myself as a regional manager just like literally could be anywhere and all of these people are like that so the men and the women are in two separate quarters doned up. The show is really literally about the fact that like Heterosexual people are not okay And they need so much help but so men and women are segregated and then they get to like go into these like upholstered pods and then they like they date like through frosted wall basically. Can I pause here for word about the pods? Every time someone says the Word Pot ice cream yes right portable on demand storage is what I think not to give a shout out to someone who is not advertised on our show but but there is a very funny thing which like okay so full disclosure. You know how like Non Reality TV FLUENT. I am but the last reality show I watched was the queer season of. Are you the one and the first thing that I clocked and laughed at which is also like I think a common element in like a lot of the kind of performing competition reality shows. Is this like hilarious and excessive use of neon that is like supposedly responsive to things that are happening on the show so in like are you the one they go into like a booth to be like are you in fact a match and there's like glowing lights and on and on love is blind. It's like you know we see from above the pulsating outlines of the pod and I'm just like this is such a funny. It reminds me of like seeing people using a computer in a movie in the nineties where it took root seeing things that are like vaguely looking SCIENC- because this is how reality TV works like you are you're accurately honing and on the design of confessional space like this always this like weird design thing always gets deployed well and also it's like this kind of visual way of underscoring like the false premise of the show. That's like there's something scienc- at work here. You know what I mean or like. There's some like greater force at play than just like alcohol. Anyway and Vanessa Lachey greater or it's that's big greater force 'em play here. I was very skeptical. I have to tell you like nothing. What have I not watched like nothing? Stresses ME OUT ON TV anymore? It's like sure you want to do immigration fraud. I'm here for it you want to. I don't know like eat your feelings on TV. I'm here for you. WanNa get like plastic surgery. I'm here for it this show though. This is wild. This is truly wild so people start dating and as suspected when you don't have the stimulus of seeing what someone looks like weird barrier between your if you're open to it people get vulnerable and I like I really disoriented me and then and then I put my thinking cap on and I was like. Oh the reason this show feels like great me and the reason I actually love it as this is just like the Hal version of Love Island. You know like Oh. I was raised in a Muslim home. I know exactly what's going on here. dating in a supervised location check. Never seeing each other until you're in a committed relationship. Check GET PARTITION. Getting married within like two to three weeks check. Check drama for your entire family. Did it like everything here is like this is the most a Muslim TV show that has ever existed before. And so the idea that you know like everyone is like. Oh this is so different. So revolutionary and so whatever and it's like no no like people in other cultures like kind of like this and there is a case to be made for. If you say that you are ready to settle down. There are a lot of societal mechanisms to help you get there right but this is wild. I WanNa talk a little bit about the thing you said about how this setup encourages vulnerability because one thing that I just kept thinking about is like you know the noted phenomenon wherein heterosexual men rely on their romantic partner to be their emotional lifeline for everything right. Like I'm not saying this is every heterosexual man but like as a default studies showing flaked almond. I in fact saying not all men but also statistically like men who are married to women are basically like I'm only emotionally close to my wife like that is definitely documented phenomenon. If you were in my office right now you would see lights flashing as a scientific point in my national booth over here. The light is green yes exactly. It's like she exciting science and one thing I was really struck by is like it really felt like a distillation of that phenomenon. Where like every time I heard one of these male contestants say something like oh I just find myself opening up to her. It's like yeah like yes. Of course I'm going to do here. Exactly and the sequence in one of the early episodes where the contestants are gender segregated so the the women live with other women and the men live with other men and they can see each other and hang out. It's not like a complete pod situation and you know they they edit in the scene where the women are talking about like. What do you think the men are doing right? Now as they sit around and talk about their feelings and one of the women goes probably a push up contest or something and then of course they have footage of all like the men's side of the summer camp or whatever and they are doing various feats of strength and not talking about their feelings. And I have to tell you. I have a question for you on the on the men's feelings front about this show so there is a guy with kind of like a scraggly beard is seen in emotional conversation with the men on their side of the camp. Rory yes and you think rory contestant or as the therapist working for the show so happy you bring up rory because this is so relevant to so much about the show because the minute that I started watching it and I started feeling all these feelings that what is the first thing that I do. I start reading about the production because the people who are manipulating me. So you're bringing tears to my. I just love you so much. He's reading about the past the show.

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Google Stadia: All Details You Need To Know

Android Central Podcast

11:00 min | 3 years ago

Google Stadia: All Details You Need To Know

"Kind of dropped a whole bunch, more information on just before three starts, or stadia, the streaming service that we originally knew as product stream and his grown into this, this own monster its own creature that's going to be delivering video games to us. Sometime this all? And so we got a bunch of information, so we wanted to go ahead and talk about it. I'm joined fi- gaming editor Jennifer lock. I think is actually sexually your first time on the central. Yeah. I've never been on it for so, well, this is going to be a lot of fun. No pressure anything. It's a lot of pressure. And also joining us again to talk about stadia again is actually Carly lachey from all of our sites. Yes. Hi. So we got a ton of information today. I figured we were kinda dive right in and see what parts. We liked and didn't like in what we still don't know about yet to, to kinda sort this out. I guess the I guess, maybe the most important thing is the price seemed to be like the big thing that people weren't super sure about, like they had seen some of the details about the streaming service, but they like seemed like the biggest question was how much is this gonna cost me? Yes, actually, because it's supposed to be like a kind of free for all platform, ten dollars fair. I think but I wouldn't buy game separately, if I'm also paying ten dollars a month. I don't want to pay more for a game. Yes. So, so the pricing details are, are a little on the confusing side, their stadia pro which is the big thing that they're pushing today for peop. To preorder starting starting right now. And it's it's ten dollars a month, and you get access to a couple of free games when when you start off. You just get access to the one free game, which we'll talk about a little later and then there's going to be more added as part of that subscription. But then you can also buy games kind of Allah cart. Whatever game you're excited about we don't know what the prices of those games individually are. But you can buy those games and all of those games are playable. If you have the right internet connection at four K six firms per second on a ton of different things. We originally thinking this was just going to be on the chrome cast ultra start. But it turns out that it's going to be the chrome cast ultra, it's going to be just about anything with chrome web, browser and the pixel three and perhaps more surprising, the pixel three the kind of ultra cheap pixel, that was just released at Google. Yo is also going to support at launch with more. Phones kind of expected later, and there's also something to note that I think with stadia pro this grip shin you get like some free games in some discounted games. They mentioned exclusive discounts on some games later, but didn't really break down, what that was. I mean that could be pretty cool. I soon as similar to what a PlayStation, plus does currently. Yes, so similar to similar setup there, where you can get kind of some some discounts on games at probably older games where the discount isn't going to be quite as big as the although I guess, probably to start off. They're going to they're going to try and get people excited about a couple of games. But separate from stadia pro is something that will be available. Later will not be available at launch in November. Is stadium base and stadium base is just the ability to purchase a game play stream it from from anywhere. And that there's no there's no monthly service included in that. But you are only limited you're limited to ten eighty p streaming as thank with the parole plan. You get like surround sound or something, which you don't get with the base. Yes. Five months around sound, five point once around somewhere. Whereas you get a stereo audio with the with stadium base, so the stadium basis something where if you wanna pick up a game you can play anywhere. But if you want the best possible experience, the they're gonna charge, you this ten bucks a month. And it's ten bucks a month in the US twelve bucks a month in Canada. But it's supposed to be the kind of the equivalent of tenuous dollars in fourteen different countries when it launches yet, I think it's interesting to have the base launch a lot like sometime in twenty twenty and a lot later actual date. Yeah. It's, it's obviously like their tests. They're doing a sort of rollout launch something more gradual. I think like the fourteen countries is also just a way to like really tests like all the latency stuff in the actual product before they really go wide because while while it's available in fourteen countries in the US is one of those countries you can't play in Guam, or Hawaii, which is they're just like internet connections in those places are just not great. So trying to guarantee any kind of quality in those places is a real challenge, regardless of what you know, hardware. You've got. Yeah. Plus, there's no there's nothing so far for any Asian countries either right? Yeah. So there's, there's a lot of limitations for, for where, but but, you know, fourteen countries seems like a stronger role out that I think I was initially expecting a the, the original test for project stream was was located just in the US. You couldn't do it outside. Of the US at all. So it's cool that they are at least aware that they're global audience wants to do this as well. That it's not just a US product launch which is something kind of struggles with a lot of times, you know, releasing things in the US first, and then, and then maybe getting to Canada and the UK, you know, six months, or a year later, I would have hoped they would have tested that out during products dream for a worldwide launch because they kind of sold it as this global thing, where they have all their servers, everywhere. But it's just like or teen countries launch. Yes, I mean, a big part of the, the launch of the Carleen, I went to GD see they, they were talking about how it's basically proximity to Google data centers. Right. So like the countries that they listed these are all countries were Google data centers exist, which means that stadia servers, can exist and likely already do exist in those places. So being able to do that kind of local compression, streaming stuff in country. I suspect a lot easier than than, you know, the product stream, thing was just US focused and just, you know, chrome based so that it could happen in the US servers. So they're testing. I totally get that. I just think some people will be confused because when it was first now, the Google stadia. They really sold it as like, hey, anywhere in the world want to play though. That was a big thing that Carly, I noted when they did the original announcement was that the hype level was just through the roof, right? It was just it was just this, you know, you're going to be able to play anything anywhere, and it's going to change what gaming. And, and so this is this announcement. What they're calling stadia connect with. They're gonna do apparently multiple of throughout the year as these kind of streamed announcements is that kind of coming back down to reality yet. I think it's interesting that they're doing it that way. It's the way that Nintendo's kind of been doing it for a while now. And the institute, working well for them out, Google staling in have to imagine other people will follow, especially now that, like, like presenting everything. Ether is in the thing anymore, right? Yeah. I mean that's. Shown up just XBox, just just Microsoft micro. You walk in. And there's just a giant Microsoft booth all its embassy want. Yeah, it's just Microsoft and Bethesda side by side in the hall. It's everything's great. So there's a to, to get setup. Actually, I missed this as part of the youth. There's a founder package to sign up available starting today, and they made it very clear that there's only a limited number of these refuse to tell anybody, what that number is I suspect that it's, it's gonna run for a couple of weeks and then and then just not available anymore. There's a unique color to the stadium controller which originally was was shown off in three colors, black white. And this kind of limi- Minty green with a savvy called with Sabi, which I eight that color, you said, you preordered I will say, I did, and I've held each one of these controllers in my hand and I really liked that color in hand. It's not it doesn't look super great pictures, but I really liked it when I was holding it, so that I it might just be that the just like, the, the highlighter yellow accents, under the controllers really got me. I don't know what it is. But this did not look that great TIMMY, now. And. I get that. Yeah. So there's, there's also a dark blue controller that's going to be a part of this limited edition, which also looks very nice has armed accents on it, which is similar to the orange accents that are on some of the other controllers, but the, the dark blue kind of offsets a nice way and it's apparently only going to have this, this color available for, for this launch crew, you get the controller which is normally seventy bucks and the chrome cast ultra which is also normally seventy bucks three months of stadia for you three months of stadium for a friend. Which is so nice to give someone access to stadium, but not have a controller for them. Just kind of a separate thing, and then. Access to early registration for your username on stadia, which is obviously super important for your future as a prolific game. Streamer. Absolutely. And, and then early access to, to one of the you know the the one game that you're gonna get at launch something like just the hardware. The, the kid itself is one hundred twenty nine dollars, which in and of itself is cheaper than buying the controller on the chrome cast Alterra separately. Plus, you get the, the three months of pro so that's thirty bucks, right there. Yeah. You get three months on top of that. And then three months that you can gift to someone else that they have made it clear, what, the, the gifting price is going to be I assume it also just be the ten bucks a month. I liked that. They're starting out with a gifting idea because I you know, I have family members that I would probably gift stadia to, you know, but, but, you know, even if it's not something that I end up playing myself, so. So for them to start off with a gifting concept, is something that I like, especially given Jen, and my recent frustration with trying to gift things through the PlayStation store and how just it just doesn't exist anymore. 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In a changing climate, we need tech to adapt

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:10 min | 3 years ago

In a changing climate, we need tech to adapt

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by vast a global cybersecurity company trusted by over four hundred million people avast is dedicated to protect you online. So you can connect to the internet confidently avast keeping the world safe from cyber attacks. Visit them at a vast dot com and by Laci. Analytics, lots of business intelligence, vendors, claim their is the best, but they can't all be winners. Lodge analytics is offering five reports from analysts like Gartner, and Dresdner comparing twenty-six BI vendors, get help folks in your evaluation, prioritizing features and determining what solution fits your tech stack. Visit lachey analytics dot com slash tech to claim your free reports. That's L. O. G I. Analytics dot com slash tech. In a changing climate, a closer look at the tech, we're going to need to survive from American public media. This is marketplace. Tech demystifying the digital economy, I'm Ali would. We're continuing our series on how tech can help us adapt to climate change called how we survive as you've heard throughout the week solutions can involve a lot of things transferring existing technologies to more vulnerable parts of the world, updating infrastructure, applying, artificial intelligence and maybe eventually space colonies today. We're looking at a few areas on earth, where innovation is already occurring one big market risk assessment, Emily Maza karate is founder and CEO of the climate data firm four twenty-seven based in Berkeley, we hear a firm specialized in helping businesses corporations investors understand an integrate projections from global climate models and plan for the physical impacts of climate change her job. She says is all about big data the company pulls for more than forty different models for predicting climate events at the global scale those models are not for the faint of heart sue. We have developed a set of tools. That extract and process, the data and apply it to real economic assets. The customers for twenty-seven creates can help real estate, developers decide, what to buy and wear or convinced building owners to prepare better for extreme weather. Other scientists and entrepreneurs are thinking much lower on maslow's hierarchy of needs food, and water. Laura cool is a professor at Northeastern University who studies climate adaptation in agriculture, one of the biggest problems across the board will be water management's. She says transferring, simple tech, like drip, irrigation to developing countries or small farmers will be a good start. And then it's all about using tech to tell people when to irrigate in the US. There's really fascinating innovations occurring in terms of how we actually use artificial intelligence to do precision irrigation. And when it comes to water self sufficiency is a huge deal in terms of that. Station. So there are start ups trying to figure out how to make houses or schools, or neighborhoods, less reliant on local water utilities, Cody Franson is CEO of the startup zero mass water, which is harvesting water straight out of the air. So a source hydra panel effectively take sunlight and air, only and produces perfect water, so no pipe input. No electricity. Input, basically, it's a six thousand dollar internet connected panel system that creates water out of water vapor, for drinking super cool, but it is still early days, and professor, Laura, cool notes that tech can't solve everything. So I guess one can have cautionary note, I would say is that there's a danger of kind of technological optimism that could start to creep in cool says true change and true adaptation requires major political and social changes to otherwise the tech won't be available to the people who need it most. And only those who. Can afford? It will benefit so tomorrow in the show. We'll talk with a longtime marketplace climate reporter about how this shift toward adaptation, isn't sitting quite right with everyone. And now for some related links. So yesterday, we talked about private money getting into the climate adaptation game. And today, we talked about the tech and startups and the New York Times had a story last week about both of those things you can find it on our website marketplace tech dot org. Unfortunately, the story is about how venture capital funding for cleantech startups has fallen for most of the last decade because investors don't think there's money to be made there, a lot of BBC's rushed into cleantech, and solar about ten years ago, most of them didn't make any money and they don't wanna get burned again. Now, most of the discussion in this piece is around carbon capture technologies technically in the mitigation category because they'd either repurpose carbon or figure out how to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere altogether. But either way it's kind of a bummer in future. Episodes will look at how Silicon Valley is reacting or not reacting to climate change. Especially considering that the expensive and fancy office headquarters of Facebook, Google, and several other Silicon Valley companies are likely to end up underwater even under pretty conservative models of sea level rise. You guys are gonna want to adapt. I'm Ali would. And that's marketplace tech. This is APN. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by low G planning to update the dashboards and reports in your application, lots of business intelligence benders claimed their software is the best, but they can all be winners. Loggia analytics is offering five reports from analysts like Gartner and Dresner comparing twenty-six vendors, get help focusing your evaluation, prioritizing features and determining what solution fits your tech stack. Visit loggia analytics dot com slash tech to claim your free reports. That's L. O. G I. 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Will drivers cash in on Uber stock when the company goes public?

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:20 min | 3 years ago

Will drivers cash in on Uber stock when the company goes public?

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by. Indeed, are you hiring with? Indeed, you can post job in minutes set up screener questions than zero in on your shortlist. Qualified candidates using an online dashboard get started today and indeed dot com slash marketplace. That's indeed dot com slash marketplace. And by lodge, analytics lots of business intelligence vendors claim their software is the best, but they can't all be winners. Logic analytics is offering five reports from analysts like Gartner and Dresdner comparing twenty-six BI vendors get help folks in your valuation, prioritizing features and determining what solution fits your tech stack. Visit lachey analytics dot com slash tech. To claim your free reports, that's L O G I, analytics dot com slash tech. Movers early employees will make a lot of money from its IPO. But we'll drivers cash in on the stock to from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Molly would. Uber is going public tomorrow listing its shares on the new York Stock Exchange some employees of the company stand to make millions even billions of dollars and Uber is giving drivers with more than twenty five hundred rides on the platform. Cash bonuses that they can use to buy stock at the initial public offering price the amounts ranged from one hundred bucks two maybe up to forty thousand dollars depending on how many rides at driver has. But how much of a benefit is that two drivers who are already unhappy with their pay Shaly Ramirez, drives for Uber. She's eligible for the stock. But says I don't think it's enough. I think they're China throw crumbs at us at the end of the day. What we need is something that is guaranteed on a weekly basis on a daily basis on a yearly basis. On Wednesday in New York City Ramirez and other drivers protested outside Uber's headquarters calling for higher wages from Uber, and lift and better treatment, they were similar protests all over the country Ramirez drivers simply need to make more money. That stock is not going to stop us from becoming homeless that stock is not going to have that help pay our rent and care for our children. So they need to come up with something a little bit better than that. One academic says the ideal scenario would be for companies to give drivers equity before the company goes public as if they were engineers or product managers designers. A Cinderella Zhang is an NYU professor who wrote a book on gig employment and how it's changing the economy. He says securities law hasn't really caught up with the gig economy. The challenge for the privately held company is that it's extremely complicated to have hundreds of even thousands of people who don't have sort of a strong relationship or an employment relationship or onto credited investors to own sort of small numbers of shares in a private company, but he says he thinks the law will involve to allow private companies to give equity to their part time workers that would be a nice outcome. It would be sort of reflective of the fact that the made important. Tribulations to lake you know, the evolution and success of the company. Now, of course, having stock in a company doesn't mean you'll actually make money when it goes public lift also led drivers by shares when it went public, but its stock price has fallen since its public debut. Some drivers like J crater who also writes about the rideshare industry are pragmatic. You know, I think if you have the right mindset, it's it's not a problem. I mean, this is the relationship we have I am an expense. And they're gonna try and do everything they can to pay me as little as possible when Burgos public this week. It says it will reserve five point four million shares about three percent of its offering for drivers to buy with their cash. Bonuses, anything they don't buy. We'll be returned to the public market. Related links lift reported its first earnings as a public company on Tuesday. And although it gave a generally encouraging report it also held back some information that it used to give investors like the number of total rides and bookings. It had in the previous quarter, which is obviously fairly useful indicator of whether the service is growing, and I mean lift also lost over a billion dollars last quarter, which is more than it lost an all twenty eighteen, but okay, investors were mostly worried about the lack of data lift shares closed at an all time low on Wednesday, but lift did in partnership with Waymo the self driving car company owned by alphabet, which investors do like because they don't wanna see the company get put out of business by someone else's army of self driving cars, although obviously long-term that's not great news for drivers either. Because if the cars drive themselves who needs a human. I'm Ali would. And that's marketplace. Tech. This is a PM. Hi, I'm Zach and I listened to marketplace in Arlington Virginia. I think what I appreciate the most about marketplace's their ability to take the economic news of the day issues such as tariffs rate hikes and tax reform cut through the political noise, and clearly and concisely explained not only how these issues affect our country and the rest of the world, but how they impact people like me. I hope you'll consider joining me as marketplace investor and donate today at marketplace dot org to help make their work possible. Guess marketplace podcast is brought to you by low G planning to update the dashboards and reports in your application lutts of business intelligence vendors claim their software is the best that they can all be winners. Loggia analytics is offering five reports from analysts like Gartner and Dresner comparing twenty-six BI vendors get help focusing your evaluation. Prioritizing features and determining what solution fits your tech stack. Visit loggia analytics dot com slash tech. 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Photoshop And Wu Tang discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

02:28 min | 3 years ago

Photoshop And Wu Tang discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Found a way to inoculate teens from eating fast food, possibly, maybe. What's the secret? It's Photoshop to Photoshop contest premise that. We did at cracked. Okay. Yeah. I like when you're reading this you jumps to say you already did the study. I did this. Okay. Well, let me explain to people who might not be the study you had already performed essentially they found a way to get teens eating healthier by making them feel rebellious. Right. So the things they founded this experiment. So they during what they call the intervention where they just present these kids with information the intervention produce an enduring change in both boys and girls immediate gut level emotional reactions to junk food marketing messages and teenage boys. When it came to giving up junk foods started making healthier drink and food choices in their school cafeteria almost immediately. So basically, they read an article that framed corporations as being manipulative with their marketing and like making junk food as addictive as possible. So the truth. Population. Yeah. Like, the, you know, low income young people, right? And they frame it. As though like, this is a very specific article that they presented to these kids. But you'd get the same message from sitting inside one of those companies marketing or sales meetings like that's what they do. Right. So anyways after presenting that with them, they gave these kids the ED's for some of the products that those companies sell end just get told them to make it true by writing like, basically graffiti style on top of the ads to let corral some of the some of the misconception can rebels. Sick. I've had graffiti lachey fucking put a mustache on this, dude. And blackout one of his teeth on enjoy a burrito. But yeah, I think we said like translated like popular ads translated for truth or something like that. But is what you did at crack is what we did at cracked dot clarity. Did children. I believe that's actually Wu Tang children. We'll I guess we'll go with crack. Couldn't you just show them like only like a embarrassing cool dad's eating fast food. Guy with like khakis, and like a bluetooth or

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News is a hard business. Now add millennials and Facebook. Yikes?

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:11 min | 4 years ago

News is a hard business. Now add millennials and Facebook. Yikes?

"This. Marketplace podcast is brought to you by orvis outfitting for the outdoors since eighteen fifty six offering everything from apparel to dog beds to fly fishing gear. This holiday give orvis not ordinary use the code market to save twenty five dollars on select orvis purchases. See stores or orvis dot com slash radio for details and restrictions and by lachey analytics, lots of business intelligence vendors claim their software is the best, but they can't all be winners. Logic analytics is offering five reports from analysts like Gartner and Dresdner comparing twenty-six BI vendors get help folks in your valuation, prioritizing features and determining what solution fits your tech stack. Visit lodge analytics dot com slash tech. To claim your free reports, that's L O G I, analytics dot com slash tech. News is a hard business now. Add millennials and Facebook. Yikes. From American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Ali would. Earlier this month Twitter put out a list of the top ten. Most tweeted about news organizations only one outlet on the list is what's called digital. I all online without the TV or print baggage. It's now this news a media company that delivers news to millennials using mostly video across all kinds of platforms, Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram YouTube, it's as it gets two point six billion video views each month and reaches seventy percent of millennials at any given time, but lots of digital media companies, especially the ones aimed at millennials had layoffs or closed in two thousand eighteen and publishers found that relying on Facebook or even Google for views could be risky Teaneck sorrows is chief content officer at now this I spoke with her at fortunes most powerful women next-gen conference, and I asked her if it's scary to be at the mercy of an algorithm, it's really really challenging for any publisher. But I think for news. In particular, where this is maybe not what you expect that a young person goes to Snapchat. I four, but increasingly it is where they're getting their news. So just really being incredibly nimble and adaptable to just the changing tides of each of these platforms is the only way to succeed, and you can be pretty nimble. But you still don't know what they're going to do or or frankly, whether your audience is going to abandon them. Yeah. Well, I think first and foremost, and and this is I think the privilege or the the beauty of being a little bit more kind of building from the startup space is if you build it, and they come then you have to believe that the business model will follow. So we spent a large portion of the first few years of our lives that now this just creating great content that built huge scale. So make sure that you have a loyal audience that is following you and engaging with you every day and work closely with each of these platforms to develop diverse revenue streams and. Now thinking about what our content might look like off of these socially distributed platforms. And are you are you venture funded? Now, we were and now we have a great investment from discovery communications that happened about two years ago, and we merged together with three other brands, and we formed what's called group nine. So now, this is part of group nine which also includes the dodo thriller and seeker, which is a science brand that discovery launched a few years back. How has if at all this kind of tech lash, right? This sort of even just suspicion of some of these platforms in general, how does that change the way that you approach those partners from a distribution and kind of like user trust perspective. So while certainly there's I think a lot of hand wringing right now around in what's going on different platforms. Nothing's going away. They're still the huge huge majority of our country and people around the world are getting their news off. Of these platforms. So I think what we can do as a publisher is the best job we possibly can and to tell the truth. And to fact, check what we're doing. And that's what we're doing. Every day. Teaneck our hosts is chief content officer. And now this media. And now for some related links to be fair. It is still a very open question. How digital media companies can make money going forward group nine media that parent company of now this last week launched a new studio for creating branded content called brand shop, that's one way. The economist has a story this week on vice media, the other may be former darling of millennial news, or as I like to call it news for cool people vices big challenge headed into twenty nineteen is how to get advertising when all the money currently goes to Facebook and Google the article in the economist notes that Bice BuzzFeed and vox media combined the big three in all digital news n-nor taint get less than one percent of the internet ad market in the United States that economists story by the way is behind to pay well because well like I said tough business. I'm Ali would. And that's marketplace tech. This is a PM. You know, firsthand how important marketplaces to your life, bringing depth and context issues that matter to you and your family as a nonprofit organization, we depend on individuals. Like you to help us provide trustworthy, news that adds value to your life. 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Sails made global shipping possible. Can they make it greener?

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

05:44 min | 4 years ago

Sails made global shipping possible. Can they make it greener?

"This. Marketplace podcast is brought to you by Colgate. University now in its bicentennial year. Colgate university is celebrating a proud tradition of intellectual rigor at it's beautiful campus in central New York. The deadline for early decision this November fifteenth. Learn more at Colgate dot EDU 'em by lachey. Analytics Lana lyrics is offering five reports from analysts like Gartner and Dresner comparing twenty-six BI vendors get help focusing your evaluation. Prioritizing features and determing what solution fits your tech stack. Visit Lana Lennox dot com slash tech. To claim your free reports, that's L O G I, analytics dot com slash tech. Sales made global shipping possible. Can they make it greener from American public media? This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm jed Kim in for. Molly would. The UN's international. Maritime Organization is committed to cutting shipping. Emissions in half by twenty fifty that matters because shipping moves ninety percent of global trade right now, if shipping were a country is emissions would ranks sixth in the world. It would fall between Japan and Germany, and it would fall, of course, below the biggie matters in the China, the US that's James Corbett, a professor in the school of marine science and policy at the university of Delaware. He says part of the solution will be tech. I talked to Corbett I about high-tech sales. And no, these aren't the flapping sheets. You're thinking of corporate mentioned one solution being developed in Japan, a rigid surface covered with solar panels, having the ability to create a hybrid power system that is using the opportunity to expose these rigid surfaces to light and and extract the solar power from them. And. Store that into batteries. That's that'll be located down near the engine spaces and use those big solar panels as movable sales to adjust to the angle for maximum wind assist is going to be a real exciting. Kind of innovation that will work on some vessels. And it'll work on those vessels better in some routes where they can best take advantage of both sun and wind anytime you're talking about any of these changes, we're talking about affecting potentially impacting something that's incredibly vital, which is global trade. Are there any potential risks that could come with transitioning away from fossil fuels well in two thousand seven and two thousand and eight vessels unilaterally on container ships, especially unilaterally slowed down without waiting for the world supply chains to say it was okay? And what ended up happening is we shifted to larger vessels used economies of scale. And if you look at the seaborne trade curves today, you'll see that we're continuing to increase the amount of goods we deliver per year. But we're delivering them in larger delivery units less often with a slower supply chain. So I don't see that. There will be a imminent threat to the global trade of goods ships have known since Phoenician times that their first job is to serve the world's economies. Their second job is to not saying and their third job is to be good stewards of the environment. And what's happening this century is they're paying a little more attention to that to that third goal without compromising the other two James Corbett is a professor in the school of marine science and policy at the university of Delaware. He also told me adoption of newfangled sale technology. She might bring back some of the romance to being on an ocean crossing vessel this futuristic sailing. Take could very well. Attract a new generation of c travelers though Corbett has been time on a giant boxy cargo ship, and he thought it was plenty romantic in other arguably more gigantic tech news, Google CEO's Sundar Pichai finally had his day before congress. What do lawmakers do what the chance to hold one of the planet's most powerful people accountable. Well, wired says it was three and a half hours of political posturing, a lot of accusations and essentially a wasted opportunity. We'll have a link on our website. I'm jed Kim. And that's marketplace tech. This is APN. Here's an investment opportunity with a guaranteed return when you donate to support. Marketplace today, your gift will be matched dollar for dollar by our friends at the Condado fund listeners like you who give to marketplace do more than help keep the show on the air. You help us grow and get better. It's a way to directly support independent reporting and journalism you trust. And the payoff comes with what you hear every day. 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