35 Burst results for "Lenox"

Naomi Ceder - 20 Years with Python

Developer Tea

04:41 min | 2 weeks ago

Naomi Ceder - 20 Years with Python

"Python for twenty years. It's a long time to invest in a singular direction seems very focused and I wonder I have a couple of questions about that. You know. Of course you can predict the future. You can do your best to say I think this has a promising future but. If you're picking language in two, thousand, one in python is still relatively young. I think it was probably six years old at the time Is that right? It's about six years the thing. About ten years old then okay it was. Very. It was very yes. At at Lenox world where I I went to Gaydos workshops there were I think there eleven thousand people at Lenox ruled that that year and I know the more experienced establish python types wondered if there'd be enough to make it worse going out for beer? So it's not very popular. And of course, it's exploded in popularity for variety of reasons but. I'm more interested in what made you have buy in number one and number two. Is it accurate to say that you stayed fully focused on python or would it be more accurate to say that python was kind of the central? The hub and you may have had spokes to other types of technologies, other languages, right? Well. So. I've thought a little bit about about this general question and to be honest I. I do recall thinking in after I'd done python for a few years that. It was really likely that something else was going to come along. That was better more interesting more whatever I, and I would probably switch to another language and it it never happened I mean. Clearly there there are other things that you do along the way. So for example. Database technologies have have evolved and emerged. So they're different flavors of things that you can do with databases. So that's that's one thing you can do Know. Web managing things in the cloud there. There are lots of different areas around that. I think part of it was that python. Flexible. Enough to do all of the things I wanted to do. But I think also it's just that through a series of. Of Happy Accidents I think I would say a python has continued to kind of move and and in effect. I don't WANNA say keep keep up with me. Keep ahead of me. I suppose. So that it's always kind of been there for the next thing that I was interested in doing I you know when I switched to to being a developer full-time we we started using aws and it was a great way to help automate the management of that By then Django is maturing and I was working in an e commerce platform that that was based on Django. So we can do that. They are those things just kind of happened, and then now, of course, with the rise of of data science and I do a certain amount of not data science but data engineering, you know all of the things that data science needs in order to do their things. So. That has been part of the reason why that that's happened I think python really has just kind of seemed to catch one way of after another and you know having been involved a little bit in the leadership of Python. I wish I could claim credit for this but I don't think even Gita would claim credit for this it's just been. It's a good language certainly, but there are other languages with it just seems to have been. Capable and picked up at the right time to pick the you know the next wave. So I think that's part of it. So. Yeah. I. Think the other thing that has helped keep me around to though has been the continuing development of pythons community. Now it's something that. From from Gedo on to everybody else involved with python everybody values in his intentional about fostering community and Not all open source communities have. That going for them all the time. So I think that's been a plus.

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Full Circle Weekly News #180 - burst 2 - Analytics 2.2

The Full Circle Weekly News

01:00 min | Last month

Full Circle Weekly News #180 - burst 2 - Analytics 2.2

"De Denardo seuss's CEOS said quote this deal upon closing will combine seuss's strength and Enterprise Lennox, edge computing and a I. Lab, strength in Coober Netease making the combined company, the open source innovator of choice. Here the notable releases this episode. To add twenty four a new remix out focusing on applications for kids, schools, and universities. Endeavor is July. Releases out on their first anniversary with new infrastructure. Susan Lenox Enterprise Fifteen SP two out improving under devops HPC and cloud offerings. Plasma five dot nineteen dot three updates are out with the normal bug fixes and improvements. Lineker meant twenties upgrade path is out but can be time consuming. Canoe Cash Ford Auto and four dot one is out with a new new cash cli command for running reports and information.

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"lenox" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:45 min | 3 months ago

"lenox" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To live from here we broadcast from Tanglewood in Lenox Massachusetts all right all right honey I'll do it now a clean out the refrigerator is always so hard into the door doesn't shut all the way but I hate throwing anything away horrible good byes let's see all right restaurant leftovers well known not to me sorry friends last one in first one out but we had such a great time the children's local could we not that fun like that again hello this is hard for me to but honestly I knew this day was coming as soon as the waiter said do you want that wrapped up it's like saying why don't you carry this home and throw it out there but please I was so good and you really where but at the restaurant at home there's too many other meals gotten away we just ran out of room trust me you'll be better off you don't want to spend the rest of your days competing with Ben and Jerry's I get it I don't like it but again it's a take care of yourself you too hi let's see let's see seven eights of a court of butter cream I knew this was coming can I just hang out in the back a little longer I promise I won't get in the way I'm sorry about your back in December for Christmas recipe the need to just a splash of buttercream really rocks that gingerbread house did you really did the first time we saw each other from across the aisle at the grocery store you were disappointed at first that I was the smallest size they had but then I saw your gears started turning you started seeing my potential and all kinds of new exciting recipes I know I had so many plans for us I was gonna try those panties from The New York Times cooking at the takes three days.

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State of Emergency declared for Atlanta after night of riots

Monica Perez

01:39 min | 4 months ago

State of Emergency declared for Atlanta after night of riots

"Fifteen hundred national guardsmen are being deployed to Atlanta right now they will be working with city officials through the weekend that includes one hundred Humvees were talking about the protests from last night into this morning governor camp has issued a state of emergency for Fulton County a downtown business association with roughly two hundred fifty members putting out a statement following the riots in Atlanta central Atlanta progress asking the public to support businesses from a distance while they repair the damage along with the Atlanta downtown improvement district the statement reads in part we are heartbroken that our neighborhood sustained so much destruction but are relieved that widespread recovery efforts are well underway and that despite many broken windows there were no significant injuries massive clean up under way in downtown Atlanta more that clean up from channel two action news reporter Steve Gelbard the protests smashing of glass of smoke from fires replaced in downtown by the home of city workers began Saturday morning with volunteers coming out to literally start picking up the pieces everyone else anyway we can be supportive without someone from the mayor's office looking to clean up the city we all love after watching the destruction from before but last night does not represent the best of Atlanta and so I want to come here really just to see that the damage first hand and I saw a small group of volunteers and I I really just want to help out National Guard kept a watchful eye all morning and again this afternoon police confirm there has been looting at the college football hall of fame also Phipps plaza all from last night the target on Peachtree road AT and T. store in Lenox road FedEx store and Starbucks on Peachtree street many many other businesses the clean up well under way

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College Football Hall of Fame damaged during protests in Atlanta

Home Fix It Show

00:44 sec | 4 months ago

College Football Hall of Fame damaged during protests in Atlanta

"Police confirmed there's been looting at the college football hall of fame Phipps plaza the target on peach tree road at the AT and T. store in Lenox road the FedEx store and Starbucks on Peachtree street and many others the statement from Kimberly bode and CEO of the college football hall of fame reads in part first and foremost our hearts go out to the friends and family of George Floyd we support the peaceful protest that honor his memory but unfortunately they deteriorated into chaos and disorder we are heartbroken to see the damage to our city and the hall of fame and what started out as an organized protest against the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis turning last night into destruction and criminal activity no word yet on the number of arrests governor camp has issued a state of emergency for Fulton

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What is Code, to Our Evolved Mind?

Developer Tea

05:55 min | 4 months ago

What is Code, to Our Evolved Mind?

"A philosophical discussion can be had about the role of code and our lives. But I I want to set up some backdrop and a little bit of theory for this exploration. Today for the sake of today's thought experiment will accept the idea that humans have evolved over some very long period of time. The length doesn't matter all that much other than to say it's very long to optimize for survival and that the vast majority of that period was spent in a world that looked very different from ours today. This idea that the human brain has evolved for a world that seems to kind of Lurk beneath the surface of our culture and all of our kind of social practices today and that. It's actually suppressed by our civilized instincts and the societal norms. This isn't a novel concept this idea. That Lord Lord of the flies style somewhere lurking underneath all of this. There's more primal instincts but this concept is useful for confronting some hard questions about how our brains perceive that code and that brings me to my next point for the sake of this discussion. We'll talk about two distinct concepts the brain and the mind now. This is absolutely a physical philosophical minefield in I want to be careful here in suggesting a dualist mindset as if those two concepts are truly distinct when I refer to the mind or the brain in this episode you might substitute the concepts of conscious and sub-conscious thought we're essentially talking about the raw processing of information which is what the brain might be doing versus the meaning making of that information. Which is what the intangible mind or consciousness might be doing the thinking about that information that you've processed is that meaning making on the one hand our brain processes information in that sub-conscious realm constantly sometimes without our explicit consent. This is how we can accidentally convert. You know cell phone into a gun or a stick into a snake. This is particularly true for things that we see as threats but on the other hand we dream up our own realities in our mind intentionally. We imagined objects or situations that don't really even exist and sometimes even can't exist our brains in some interesting backward. Fashion are subject to this kind of sensory input as well what we imagine. We process in many ways as if it was real even. If it isn't a short dive into Google can give you some more scientific background on this particularly if you look for the idea that our consciousness itself is a reproduction of the output of that raw processing of data around us. In other words our mind is actually making up what it thinks. Our brain is processing is experiencing so if we are re projecting actual reality and it certainly seems plausible that are imagined realities could be processed as if they were real and this is exactly what research shows. And it's how we can have things like memory substitution. We remember events from our childhood as if they happen us but it turns out they happened to a close family member in. This happens because years we tell that story over and over or that story's told to us over and the actual memory begins warp as we replay that over and over kind of like a VHS tape that's been played too many times instead of getting scratches on the film. You're replacing characters. But I want to get us back on track here out of that philosophical realm about consciousness instead talk about how all of this relates to how we deal with code when we encounter it. Misses OBVIOUSLY PRETTY COMPLEX? So with this complex backdrop. Let's talk about how this ancient brain of ours in our modern context and frankly kind of confused. Mind trying to bridge the GAP BETWEEN THOSE TWO. How we can bring code into the picture? We're going to talk about that. Chance encounter right after we talked about. Today's sponsor winnowed one of the amazing things about developing expertise is that it often starts small. It may even start as something fun. Play as an engineer. You probably know by now that we as a community of people take play very seriously and playing around with some code can lead to some really important outcomes both for the industry and for your own career. And so if you don't have the proper play ground to actually test your ideas out. You can be easily disadvantaged. Now howdy make good playground. You start small but then you make it easy to scale up. And that's exactly what Leonard. Does Leno's plans start at five dollars a month and they scale all the way up to Super Production Services basically think. Gpa You plans for a processing and dedicated CPU plan so that you don't have any steel between you and another one of Leno's customers. All of this is based on this idea that having Reu access to a Lenox server is one of the most powerful tools you can have as developer. But on top of that winnowed is offering incredible hardware and Tools to access the server so things like a Python. Cli Or of course an

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Dr. Varinder Singh: Coronavirus At Ground Zero

Medicine, We're Still Practicing

08:13 min | 4 months ago

Dr. Varinder Singh: Coronavirus At Ground Zero

"I contracted cove in the middle of March. I had it For two weeks you know I have to tell you that Two things work with this disease. They really do relation. Works Right. Stay isolated the other thing that works to speak to eat We're looking at our conversion rates for our doctors and our frontline workers a appropriate use of PD. Well used we have less than six percent conversion rate but we still have the six percent conversion rate and I think. I'm pretty sure that's probably what happened to me on the front lines and I kind of look at my Cova. Domus all COVADONGA MRS as either. You're really sick or you're not that right it's like a define line And and if you survive it Categorized you in the you weren't that sick 'cause I've seen enough and I think Steve is probably seen enough to know that people that really do get sick with this. Don't where were you one of the guys that just had Hardly anything as far as symptoms are concerned or did you have some serious symptoms. I woke up on Tuesday a Tuesday night. I felt a little headache. And that's one of the known presenting symptoms of it again. I didn't think anything of it I just was like. Are you been working a lot doing a lot of the frontline ships on strange physical and emotional and I woke up? The next morning was Wednesday morning and I felt viral right. My eyes were puffy. They were watery And I had congestion and I knew enough that I should not go to work. I assumed I was awesome. I went and got tested. Did a chest x-ray the blood work and all emergency rooms right now and this is something that the public should know you know we are Cova contained and are pathways for evaluation in American healthcare. Right now are done scientifically. They're done through epidemiology so that you are actually at a low risk of getting Cova seeking medical care and that is very very important because I think a lot of people believe. Oh my God. All those patients are in that building. And if I walk in there that's where I'm actually GonNa get it and that's not true so I did. What everybody should be doing is I went to the emergency room. They had a whole pathway. The screen me before I even got really in the building a pathway which was the viral evaluation pathway Got Tested got chest. Xrays saturation's You know positive and we felt like I could manage myself at home. I can tell you that about four or five days into it. I could not remember what I had done five minutes ago. So this is important because we clearly know that the five to eight day window from the original diagnosis is a critical period of time. Steve Seen this. I've seen this people doing much better much better. They Crash Bang the inflammatory response. And so I actually got into an argument one week into it with my employees health director from the from my home self-isolated saying I'm ready to come back to work. And she was like no. You're not I'm not clearing and I. It's been a week. I have seventy two hours. No fever no cough. I WANNA come back to work. It was like no way. She was great and our after that phone call. It came back on and it came back on me much much worse than it did. The first time and a wound up in the next day. severely dehydrated. I've never been dehydrated in my life. The gave me fluid bag after bag and I just was like I need another one. You know what my own body was saying to me. You need more of this Listen you always become a better doctor when your patient you learn more empathy? You learn what's going on in somebody's head that sphere its anxiety. It's the same questions. I had the same off of like. Wow I still got a big run left in the. I'm not ready to go yet. I mean all the things that every one of us thinks about ourselves they think about and it makes you more empathetic incompassion. Tell us a little of how it makes you feel as doctors in the middle of this thing as you see us opening up with a higher base of infected people then we had even when we locked down in the first place. I don't think we've been hit nearly as hard as New York has. I'm actually very concerned embracing for major impact and very frustrated with the concept that people feel that it's okay to start opening businesses and re assimilate into society the higher density of the virus. I think may much more dangerous than it was in February. The fact that people have basically had enough with social distancing and masking and their frustration which will cause them to be even more lax than maybe they were before I think creates a potentially very dangerous set of circumstances and I think our hospitals will have a huge surge like we had initially but now with a base of patients who already have the disease but enough. You're going to add a sudden peak to that. We're going to feel that pressure. Healthcare professionals be at risk in patients will not be able to get the services that they need and that's at our level in Los Angeles. So how do you feel doctor saying? I can't imagine the pressure that you guys are under right now. At one point we had over four hundred forty patients in the hospital. We would like to think that what we learned early on and disseminated nationally and internationally helped you of you know we. I know that I was on multiple track groups that first week with physicians all over the East Coast positions of Midwest positions on the West Coast. And we still kept those going. Those first six weeks of this awful will you subject to some of the shortages that we all saw on the CUOMO press conference. We knew we were at just enough levels. And so every day you would wake up and you come in and you'd say how many people are under investigation. The merchants from how many people came in and it was just every day more and more and more and then we were scrambling to get stuff. We had People Donating de we had people Donating whatever they could do to to help us get what we needed to get through. It was overwhelming and it still remains overwhelming. You know a Steve. You've seen this when they first started coming in the people that we were discharging by because we were filled so we were trying to triage people to stay at home and call them to see how they were doing. And we all talk about it. You know some fifty five year old guy who comes with a bilateral pneumonia and has a PO to set of ninety four in the pre co era hundred percent would have gotten admitted right just for his own medical health and just because we were scrambling did an amazing job of like built making beds every night every night every day we make more bets but we would try and manage a lot of those patients at home call them and follow them and make sure that they were doing okay Just doing that early on was you realized that we were into something that we've never done before. Can I ask you how many ventilators you have it at Lenox Hill? I don't know the exact number but I can get it for you. Know it's interesting. Everyone talks about. Do you have an ventilators? We have capacity of one hundred ventilators but it always say and who is going to run one hundred ventilators. Did the the rate limiting step on that is not the number ventilators at least in our institutions. We have an ICU. Team of seven people. We could expand that ever so slightly are then going to say seven. Doctors are going to be running hundred ventilators not to mention all the other consoles on the

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Some metro Atlanta malls opened today

Sean Hannity

00:28 sec | 5 months ago

Some metro Atlanta malls opened today

"Well it is not back to normal as some of the malls to reopen the metro today parking space is plentiful we have seen from overhead many stores still shuttered inside the malls and reminders of the corona virus outbreak are everywhere what I have mast for the most part I just feel like whatever god going allow to happen happen anyway so other than that hope everybody stay safe on the other hand while it was a short one there was indeed a line of people waiting to get in at Lenox mall when they open the doors this morning

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FDNY firefighters rescue baby from four-alarm blaze in New York City

Sick And Tired Of Being Sick And Tired

00:31 sec | 5 months ago

FDNY firefighters rescue baby from four-alarm blaze in New York City

"News a four alarm fire broke out in Manhattan Saturday afternoon and firefighters rescued a baby from a five story apartment building on east seventy of street and Lenox hill it took more than two hours to get the blaze under control three minor injuries were reported including one firefighter who was transported to New York hospital the cause of the fire is under investigation and the FDNY battled another multiple alarm fire on Saturday one person died in the Bronx after the fire broke out on the third floor of a weak field nursing

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No webcam? Use smartphone instead.

Talking Tech

05:17 min | 5 months ago

No webcam? Use smartphone instead.

"Black we all need a Webcam to look better on our zoom meetings because arc are webcams on. The computer are Super Low resolution. There's an APP for that. There's an APP for that. If you use your phone our good friend Jennifer jolly his try to bunch them out and Jen. Hwa You feel people in start off with what was the best APP used. Okay so the very best APP for android phones was the DROID CAM ex pro. That's five dollars. There is a free version but the amount of ads made me absolutely insane within just a few minutes so I would say five bucks for the pro version. That one for me was by far. The easiest to use overall has the best overall. Look and feel the drawback in it's funny Jeff because every single one of these has a pro and con the biggest con for this one was that it only works with Lenox and Windows operating systems. So as long as you have one of those you can grab an old android phone as long as that android phone isn't more than I'd say. Five years old has a decent Webcam. It's just easy to navigate simple to use. You can split your live streams and also livestream to Twitter Youtube. So it's just simple easy setup everything okay well let me throw this. Throw this out at you. Anybody can respond to zoom invitation. Click the link on their phone and then start talking on their phone using the phone's camera. I've done it. I'm sure you've done it as well and it's way higher resolution. That THE ONLY SNAG. Is You have to make sure that your propping the phone up against something and not looking not having the look up at your nose you you want to be on a level. So why would I even care about one of these APPs when I could just use my phone without it? There's a lot more that you can do in them. They're more feature rich They also tend to use the better camera APP They're more intuitive. They're easier to use with teams so there's just a lot more features that you can do with them. The things like two way audio video recording just better overall for these video-teleconferences okay. Now I should mention that this new one plus camera this one plus a phone. One plus eight pro. That came out today I been reviewing it and I did a live stream using the camera on their which looked really good. I did facebook. Live with it But only one problem my livestream guitar player. I play songs on facebook. And I'm a right handed guitar player but I'm left handed using the Selfie Cam. So that's not good you know it's a pro and con with everything so it's kind of sad they're going to have to start making a lefty phones. I mean so my recommendation to guitar players or anybody. Who's playing an instrument that goes in your right hand is turned the phone around us. The other camera. That doesn't flip you well and the whole idea here is to use a phone. That's maybe not your main phone so it's a phone that you have lying around you dust it off there's been a million stats like the average. American. Has You know one to seven devices sitting in a drawer collecting dust so it doesn't even have to be. Your main smartphone could be an older one and further four. Those older phones. One of the tips is to use the camera on the back. That's always a better camera. Then the selfie camera and hence my little hair tie on a glass trek but also mentioned android phones but four I phones. I found the best. App was the epic e p o c Cam Webcam again. There's a free version. There's an eight dollar version. But for the twenty rovers in super simple to use with your Mac. Let's end it by talking about your rubber brand trick. Because I love that I tweeted it. I thought it was brilliant to slow down and tell everybody about your rubber band trick. Okay so you have a smartphone. One of the biggest tips that were all giving you for these video. Web conferencing calls is to put that phone down. Set It on something. But what if you don't have a tripod or a pop socket or any really great way to get that phone stable but also have it take a really good video of you? I have long hair. Take a rubber band or hair tie take glass and just prop it up just rubber band at right on there. You have an instant

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Coronavirus Cases Seem to Be Leveling Off in US

The KFBK Morning News

01:10 min | 6 months ago

Coronavirus Cases Seem to Be Leveling Off in US

"Preston there are signs that the spike in the number of coronavirus patients across the country is starting to level off U. S. Surgeon General Dr Jerome Adams telling Good Morning America that isolation and social distancing is working in slowing the spread of the good news is that when you look at Italy when you look at Spain when you look at Washington California and even New York in New Jersey they have truly starting to flatten their curves they've seen cases level off and start to come down and that's what I want people to understand that it's going to be hard in a tough week but the American people have the power to change the trajectory of this epidemic if we come together like we have after past tragedies in this country ABC's Erica Turkey here in New York where doctors say they're still overwhelmed the physical space has been changed but each day Lenox hill hospital here in New York must find new places to cram coronavirus patients who arrive nonstop we build more debts we create more places to put that Matthew had these a nurse in the ER where he said the staff is sprinting to keep up with the load we're now running at the same pace as the infection rate is this sustainable hi so what we do today is sustainable for today if this is the plateau it's still putting tremendous stress on

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New York Sees Highest Daily Death Toll, But Cuomo Insists 'Social Distancing Is Working'

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:44 sec | 6 months ago

New York Sees Highest Daily Death Toll, But Cuomo Insists 'Social Distancing Is Working'

"And are we experiencing a flattening of the curve we've been told it might happen if we all stay inside and that's just what we've been doing ABC's Erica Turkey has more from the epicenter here in New York the increase in the state's number of daily coronavirus deaths has been steady it's still high at about six hundred plateau or not governor Andrew Cuomo said hospitals are still under tremendous stress something ER nurse Matthew had the experiences daily at Lenox hill hospital we are definitely at Max capacity at all times making sure that we are staying ahead of this as best as we possibly can the USNS comfort will begin treating coronavirus patients the cathedral of Saint John the divine with its six hundred foot long names will be turned into an emergency field hospital Erin cutters he ABC

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More than 350 members of the NYPD confirmed to have coronavirus

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:14 min | 6 months ago

More than 350 members of the NYPD confirmed to have coronavirus

"Than three hundred fifty members of the NYPD no have tested positive for the corona virus including one very high profile figure let's get the story live with our Glen shock and Susan the NYPD counterterrorism and intelligence chief John Miller has been admitted to Lenox hill hospital with severe flu like symptoms consistent with symptoms for the corona virus is being tested awaiting results of course you may also remember John as a reporter from WABC many years ago in the eighties and nineties he worked at ABC news as well before his career with the NYPD in fact you also work side by side with bill Bratton when Brighton was running the A. D. I. LAPD sodium will keep tabs on John and a hopeless condition stabilizes and improves we'll keep you updated through the day today now in a police commissioner Dermot Shea also with some difficult news to announce on Twitter sixty two year old NYPD custodian Dennis Dixon has passed away he passed away from complications of the corona virus we have lost a member of the NYPD family in our thoughts and prayers go out to his extended family Mr Dixon dying two days after being admitted to Kings County hospital J. says Dixon spent the last couple weeks cleaning police headquarters so they could keep the building open for staff

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"lenox" Discussed on Taking Care in Business

Taking Care in Business

08:36 min | 7 months ago

"lenox" Discussed on Taking Care in Business

"And that's existed for for decades. I think that kind of percentage if you will. The consumers is growing I think the number of people care about these issues is growing But I actually think it's really fascinating. Is that in some instances. We're seeing technologies. We're seeing products that maybe simply deliver value in the kind of traditional ways you would expect outfit's an automobile good driving handling maybe lower cost efficient and on those merits alone the green choice the quote unquote green choice can start to win and I think for a lot of businesses who care about sustainability care about the environment you know being able to generate and understand those opportunities is really powerful because then you're not just simply relying on the kind of goodwill of customers to buy green but you're actually creating new products or is that on one hand address some of our sustainability challenges but on the other hand or highly desirable marketplace. You told me during our pre interview that you really heated up the writing of this book during the Most recent recession. Yeah you know I think one of the evolution and I own thinking if I had done a lot of work on kind of large corporation but they have Done or not done restart to environmental issues and I think a big change in my own mindset was getting back to this idea of the change needed within different technologies and different industries and definitely in the wake of kind of the two thousand eight financial crisis and recession was thinking that you know when we have disruptive change it's often newer companies entrepreneurs and the like enter markets and transform them so it might not be about getting oil and gas companies to become sustainable adopt renewable energy more likely from what we know from the economic is. You're GONNA have displacement. You're going to have companies going out of business while do what's rise up to replace them with again. Hopefully more sustainable technology this is. I guess it would be the. What would you call it? The top five tips for for dummies. It's like the books for Dummies What would be if you were going to give our listeners? You know three or five tips of something that they should be doing differently. So that can save the Earth. What would those things be is just a consumer is just the consumer well I've just done a series of reports where you've been looking at this again. Potential to decarbonised different Sectors one of the most challenging one is agriculture And in particular one of the most challenging pieces of agriculture is actually And so I think number one thing you could probably do it or consume less be because it is a significant greenhouse gas emission from cows from cattle And that in itself could I think have a huge impact and be and be one. That's otherwise very difficult Difficult to address and we did see like beef. Consumption has gone down I think in the last year so as veganism eating plant paces kinda taking off I I eat mostly that way. So it's great to hear that's being confirmed by the business people she was. You know the real concern is how do you do that? On a on. A local basis growing population and the storage safely as countries become a more advanced in their economies They also tend to you. Know demand more protein rich diet and so while there might be pockets in the United States that are consuming less teeth. You Know How do you do that on? A on a global scale especially in places like China or Africa and other kind of growing a growing areas. Okay so that was one. I think I think the other kind of interesting thing that's happening. I think have a lot of potential this. We look at to other sectors transportation and energy. There is a a take maybe a vision. That's starting to be realized where one could imagine Having almost more self sufficiency in terms of your energy usage in which if you're you know Fortunate enough to be in position where you could put solar panels on your home having an electric vehicle in the garage. Habit battery storage In that garage as well and then be able to trade those electrons on a smart grid with your local utility a lot of the technologies that just named become much more economically attractive for individual consumer As they as you kind of bundle them together. So it's it's not necessarily what an individual can do In of themselves. But as you kind of see these new technologies start to reverse the leveraging of smart technology in the home for Chrissy energy efficiency all of those together really a lot of promise here To kind of reduce your your own personal carbon footprint so Michael. How can our listeners learn more about you and your book so You know encourage you to look up my work Either at my My website I want not Michael Lennox Dot Com which talks about my book and some of my other work as well I have a series of reports that we just did on business innovation climate change again that looks at the possibilities of different sectors decarbonising And I'm actually working on a follow up book looking very specifically at climate change again this possibility of decarbonising by twenty fifty great well We are going to post on our instagram page. Information on how you can win a copy of the book so Go to our instagram. Page and follow the instructions and Maybe you'll be one of the lucky people who can Read the book But if somebody doesn't win Can they purchase the book Absolutely book on yeah through Amazon or through Stanford University press or any number of outlets avail. Well thank you Michael. We really appreciate the time he spent with us today. Thank you for the opportunity So I am really excited for taking care and community this nomination this week because this is an organization. That's near and dear to my heart in that My son Ethan was part of at Your School A. Y. S. services When he was in elementary school and the nomination is for crystal Stroman. Who is the CEO of at your school or as many of us know A yes and crystal is somebody. She's just I don't really know her but she's somebody that I've worked in and around and is greatly respected For the work that she does. I was excited to see the nomination. But do you know about a i? They provide before and after school. Care right -actly at there at the school which is really nice so The the the organization provides before and after school program for children of three thousand working families throughout central. And that's really the great thing is is that it's at your school. So when you're mixing simple little teeny weeny. Little Kid is done with Their School Day. They can you know. Walk down the hall and go to the gym and play and Get some homework support and be in a safe environment so that they don't have to go home by themselves. Great and thanks to National Bank of Nepal's for letting US provide this Public Service announcement to our listeners. Let's give a big thank you to our sound engineer. Matsui and are taking care and community sponsor National Bank of Indianapolis if you'd like to nominate someone or an organization for a future episode. You can visit our website taking here in business dot com. Don't forget to subscribe. Follow our download taking care of business wherever you get our podcast. If you love taking care of business give us a five star rating and leave a review or share this episode on your social media. We are on instagram twitter and facebook at taking care in Biz B. I Z. If you have questions or comments you can also email us at info at taking care. In BUSINESS DOT com. Thank you for joining us today. 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"lenox" Discussed on Taking Care in Business

Taking Care in Business

11:56 min | 7 months ago

"lenox" Discussed on Taking Care in Business

"This is taking care in business. A podcast dives into the topic of corporate social responsibility from many different perspectives host. Kathy Potty Hayes is an expert in CSSR and philanthropic giving and her co host Vikki. Bolson is the founder and CEO of Bulletin Group A unified marketing company. That was also the first B. Corp Certified Company in Indiana Cathy. Vicky became friends and equally passionate about CSSR when they first worked together several years ago. Join them as they talk about why it is always worthwhile to take care in business. Hey Vicky Hey Kathy how's it going? I am great. We have a special guest here today. I know I only have fewer days left with her. So I'm excited I everyone. I'm Grace Vicki's oldest daughter. Yes so she just graduated early from Oberlin. Crazy at went by so fast at least for me why it was early but it still seemed like it went by really quickly. So what are you going to be doing now? Grace so for the spring I'm going to be wolfing Worst stands for worldwide opportunities on organic farms and different countries. Join and you get a membership. So I'm actually going to Hawaii I'll be starting at like a hostel for scientists and then going to an actual farm and then a community that's trying to be one hundred percent peaceful so I'm really excited and roof is the organization that I you know. I told you she had done Puerto Rico and and so we've reached out to move and if anyone who knows wolf is listening we want you on our podcast. Yes we do. Yeah so anyway. She's she's leaving next week and as She's a fan of the podcast. I tell her all the time yes I love it. I actually helped research on before Kathy and Vicky decided to do a podcast. They were maybe going to write a book and I was like podcasts. Are Really taking off so I'm glad this is what you guys are doing. It's awesome I think she cast okay. Well she's one of those millennials that really cares about our earth and so I'm going to ask you a Walker as I introduce our guests. I'm nasty okay Do you think business can save the Earth? I do? Okay good I I agree and so And I just wrote Chitchat and then I said I think we'd agree that a lot of today's environmental and social issues are driven by irresponsible. Business practices and on this podcast. We highlight people and companies that have chosen to use. The power of business is a force for good so I love the of the Book Can Business Save the Earth? I mean wow. This might seem like a rather haughty topic but with decades of research behind it and as faculty member of the Business School at the University of Virginia. Michael Lenox Dell's into this topic from a practical standpoint. For instance in one of his chapters. He writes business cannot save the Earth without consumers choosing sustainable goods and services from available alternatives. Right I love this. I mean to me that means businesses and consumers need to be intentional in their purpose practices. How do we transition to a sustainable future? This is a big topic. But I'm excited to have Michael here today to dive into it and take a bit talk a bit more about what we can glean from his book and at the end of this episode will even tell you how you can win a copy of it. So stay tuned to the end Hi Michael How are you today? I'm doing well. Thank you for having me your welcome. We're glad to have you here. Yeah delighted so how did get the inspiration to write this book so This is work that I've been doing going back really to even the early nineteen nineties but long been interested in environmental issues I studied as an economist and got very interested. at that interface between business and sustainability. And so this was really a labor of love that kind of grew out of work. I'm doing for the past twenty five years you so you are a professor at Uva What talk about The class that you that you teach and the Just your impression of the overall Generation of students that you're teaching right now yes so. I teach primarily are NBA Teach Business Strategy and I would say that you definitely have seen a greater awareness About environmental issues and sustainability I think this is a generation. That definitely cares deeply about these issues. I think also pragmatic they. They WanNa talk about solution How how do we address things like climate change? These are obviously critical issues that we all are facing but they are facing as well and so I think they want to understand you. Know How do you leverage is in this organization to help Help solve some of the challenges. We face well. I know that's an area that my daughter is really concerned about whenever we have conversations at home about politics or the earth we just get so fired up Ryan Grace. Yeah I think it's just Crazy that we haven't been talking about this as much In the past like that. It's just now really becoming the forefront of the conversation to me by. I'm happy that I'm at that age where I can be part of the solution I'm curious do your students have a sense of hope or are they kind of experiencing Eko anxiety. I think you know as as more and more data comes in and more and more stories come in especially around climate change. I think it's hard for all of us to remain optimistic. I'm very optimistic by nature and and I do think there are no possibilities here for addressing the issues we face. It's incredibly daunting. If you think about something like climate change we basically need to decarbonised the global economy by roughly twenty fifty or so and that is a very tall order. That's you know. Potentially one hundred percent electric vehicles one hundred percent renewable energy or the Euro carbon-emitting Electrical generation and you kind of go down the list so it is incredibly daunting but at the same time You know I think there are solutions here and on the horizon. I think there's greater political will though it's still not where it needs to be an clearly just kind of general kind of societal sentiment is kind of turning more and more attention to these issues couldn't be going to be any sooner. I think that businesses are great communities To make people feel like they're not alone in the issues that were trying to solve that as we argue in the book you know a lot of them are hate him. Business markets are going to be part of the solution the way acknowledges find their way into the into our homes and into the marketplace and they're going to have to be part of the solution so Michael. What kind of strategies do you think business could employ in terms of trying to out how they can plug into? You know saving the Earth you know if you think about kind of evolution and in business and environmental issues over the last twenty thirty years. I think there was an earlier time period where it was really just about combined. It was all about what regulations were said and how they would respond to them. Very legalistic interpretation. I think as time went on there was a recognition that there were some opportunities here both in terms of consumers who demand green products in terms of creating efficiency and your operations by addressing way streams. And the like that you create. I think the the current World Generation. We're moving into is one has to recognize that there are opportunities in terms of new products and services. And I do a lot on kind of disruptive technology like that there are wholesale ways to rethink. How you deliver value that can be more sustainable And again I take a lot of focus on technology but again you can think of electric vehicles rise renewable energy Or just in general you know kind of burgeoning set of green technology. You said something to me that I wrote down that really resonated with me and it was your strategist challenge. Remember that part of our conversation. Can you just explain that to our listeners? I think it's really. It's a great starting point. Yeah this is something we teach in our first year. Nba Strategy Classes. This Perhaps simple idea that valuable competitive positions valuable competitive strategies firms emerge out of the intersection of The values of the Organization. The opportunities market is creating and then the capability of your station. I think sometimes there's a tendency to maybe downplay the values But it's absolutely critical. There's a lot of discretion in business. There's a lot of discretion even publicly traded firms to choose where you put your attention. What market you plan and ultimately what values you bring to the marketplace and I think sometimes we We don't talk about that enough And emphasize that enough for business that they have discretion in choice here about who they are and I think that people my age really care about the values of the place that they want to work Do you think that something that you've seen change and your students that they're carrying more about the businesses values Absolutely I think you know. There's such a war for talent. These days to in beating technology companies and others They understand that that you know people are looking more than just the paycheck. They're looking for the quality of life company that worked for the purpose of that company. All of those. I think have lead companies to understand that you know. These aren't just nice to have. These are critical to their functioning able to express that values and how they're trying to live by them. What did he say when Because sometimes I get this like if I pop out. My you know reusable. Strada restaurant or you know I pick up some litter in the parking lot of the grocery store and I get looks from people who feel like we're not going to save the world with your little action. What do you? What do you say to someone that Reacts THAT WAY TO SOMEBODY. Who's trying to do something to help? Yeah you know one of the big kind of perspectives. We have in our book. Is this idea that you have to view it as a system And business markets operating a larger kind of social political system and so at the end of the day when you have a large complex system It's very hard to design the system or to kind of force it you know with. Just one kind of lever to make things happen and so one of things we talk a lot about is that you have to really be thinking of all the available levers available and so that means you know the only way you move the system forward is actually through a whole bunch of smaller changes There there is no silver bullet. We talked quite a bit about the book. It's going to solve these issues. It's GonNa have to take the concerted effort of millions and millions of different actors. Pushing little levers available so then to move the system towards sustainable future So probably true. You're not GonNa Save the Earth by you know. Just switching your straws. You eventually but again. No one has the one lever. That's going to change the whole system so so we all have a responsibility and a role to play and in terms of Creating attractive products to sort of this changing market. How do you feel like businesses responding to that? I think I think there's a couple of ways to think about it. I think we've long had smaller Market Opportunities for Green Products Green conscious.

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Man shot, killed at Lenox Square over parking space, Atlanta police confirm

Sterling on Sundays

00:19 sec | 7 months ago

Man shot, killed at Lenox Square over parking space, Atlanta police confirm

"Been another shooting at Lenox mall this one is deadly a pretty major and you said her says two guys got into it over a parking space in front of the cheesecake factory Sunday night one of the suspects produced a handgun and shot the victim in the head that suspect or a suspect I should say is in custody it's unclear if he is the actual shooter

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Fight over parking spot led to deadly mall shooting in Atlanta

Sterling on Sundays

00:20 sec | 7 months ago

Fight over parking spot led to deadly mall shooting in Atlanta

"On it an argument over a parking space apparently resulted in a deadly shooting at Lenox mall it happened near the cheesecake factory police say the two P. two groups of people got into an argument over a parking space one man was shot and killed one person is in custody but police are looking for three additional suspects this is the fourth shooting at the mall and four

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Study: Marijuana linked to increased heart problems

KYW 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 9 months ago

Study: Marijuana linked to increased heart problems

"Medical researchers are expressing caution about the possible danger marijuana poses to the heart new review from Brigham and women's hospital find smoking pot carries many of the same cardiovascular risks as smoking tobacco CBS news medical contributor Dr tearing a rule is a cardiologists at Lenox hill hospital marijuana can affect the heart rhythm the heart muscle the blood vessels in all of this could lead to things like read mia's are abnormal heart rhythms heart failure increased risk for heart attack and stroke the study also found marijuana use in any form can interfere with certain cardiovascular medications including blood pressure drugs cholesterol lowering drugs such as Statens and blood thinners yes Tom

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Officer shoots robbery suspect outside Atlanta mall

The Weekly Check Up

00:17 sec | 9 months ago

Officer shoots robbery suspect outside Atlanta mall

"Police say an officer shot an attempted robber who was holding a victim at gun point in a parking garage this whole playing out at Lenox square mall Saturday the officer shot the robber twice the arm and the chest he was taken to the hospital in serious condition at Atlanta Medical Center the other robber was not injured and was taken into police

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Officer shoots robbery suspect outside Atlanta mall

The Weekly Check Up

00:38 sec | 9 months ago

Officer shoots robbery suspect outside Atlanta mall

"More scary moments outside Lennix square in bulk head shots fired by an officer breaking up an armed robbery last night two men under arrest after more chaos and crime at Lenox square mall the latest incident in the parking deck near the food court a police officer on duty flag down alerted to an armed robbery in progress after ignoring commands to drop the gun the officer shoots the suspect to neutralize the situation the sound of the gunshots prompting people to grab their bags and run in an unrelated incident a Macy's employee shot in the stomach back on December twenty first after refusing to hand over her keys during an attempted

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Site Reliability at DEV with Molly Struve

Ruby on Rails Podcast

07:57 min | 9 months ago

Site Reliability at DEV with Molly Struve

"Bali street is lead site reliability engineer at Dev the company company that runs the blogging website. Dev Dot to during her time working in the software industry. She's had the opportunity to work on some challenging problems. These include scaling elastic elastic search. Starting my sequel databases in creating an infrastructure that can grow as fast as a boomerang business when not making systems run faster. She can be found fulfilling her need for speed by riding and jumping her show horses. Welcome to the PODCAST. Molly thank you so much for having me. I'm excited to be here. Azam I- Somali. What is your developer Alfred Origin Story? So I kind of have a little bit of a roundabout story I started coating when I was in high school and then ended up going to college and when I got to college I actually thought you know what I'm going to be a software engineer. My Dad was an electrical engineer. And it kind of felt if not right so white enrolled in the software engineering one. Oh one class basically and has. I'm taking this class. I have a neighbor and he's taking the intruder the aerospace class and every day. He comes running over. He goes. Guess what we get to build. We built a racket or we get to build a parachute shoot and I got myself. Wow that sounds way more exciting than typing on the keyboard so I ended up switching into to the aerospace glass. I got a degree in aerospace engineering. Which I would not trade for anything? It was so much fun But then from there you're I actually went into the family business of trading options on stock market. So I did that for two years and as I was doing that Hall of that exciting stuff was going on in Silicon Valley. FACEBOOK was starting instagram twitter. All those companies were really just getting going and and I looked at my side. Wow they're really building stuff that's changing how we interact with each other and that sounds way more exciting then betting which way the stock market's going to move so I quit my job which was a pretty bold move considering it was the family business. I was Biz. Basically guarantee not jobs the rest of my life and I spent three months Teaching Myself Web development with the Michael hurdle to`real and basically that's kind kind of what got it all going. I got an internship after that at a small startup and kind of the rest is history. That is an incredible story and so exciting that you got started. With the hurdles who to`real I think a lot of listeners are going to relate to that story a lot so molly you're I site reliability engineer on the show which is really exciting can can you actually unpack without role entails definitely so a site reliability engineer which you may also here as referred to Sr e in my opinion my definition. Because there's a lot of different definitions and it really kind of depends on what company you're at. My definition of a site. Reliability engineer is a developer whose primary focus is on the reliability stability and scale ability of a website. It's also developer. That kind of has the ability to really step back and take a look at the big picture like the overall architecture. Sure of a website so a lot of times as a software engineer. You're just kind of your in there and you're getting a future build and you might be an controller. You might be a model. You're you're in a little piece of code and you're just focused on that piece of code as a site reliability engineer. My job is to step back and look it out. All all the code pieces fit together and how they interact with all the other pieces of the infrastructure databases servers things like that. And so oh you kind of have to have that ability to really get that that big picture in order to help you do your job. Another thing that I think is also super. Were helpful to anyone in the field is a lot of us. Have some sort of additional knowledge pass just web development or pass jus- this coating for example semes- horry's are really good with certain databases. I happen to be really good with elastic. Search and rescue those are kind of my strengths. other SRA's might be have strengths on the operation side working with Lenox or some other rob rating system. So I think kind of that overall the site reliability and jeers a developer but with just a little bit of extra kind of knowledge college and perspective on top. Do you find yourself in the code base. A lot or there are other tools that you're utilizing ordered to know whether or not the code is you you know really able to take load handle performance. What is the day in the life? Look for you. Yeah so that's a great question I am in the code base a lot Especially at my new job at Dev were really just kind of getting going with site reliability and so a lot of that means making the code reliable reliable and stable Once you get kind of past that point again that code in our reliable stable you know place then you kind of you look at things like the databases infrastructure etc But in terms of determining whether something's reliable whether it scale walk Cetera you definitely have to set up a good moderate infrastructure around it and so that's honestly one of the big products I'm working on a death is is setting up a monitoring infrastructure. So I can get a clear picture of what the application is doing. What happens when we get a big surge of traffic? What happens ends when we run this job and it kicks off a ton of other jobs? How does that affect the database? So if you don't have those monitoring tools than as an essary it's it's it's really hard to do your job because you can make a guess at what you think is going to add to the performance or improve performance but unless you really close that feedback loop and get that feedback that says okay. This is improving performance. It's it makes very hard to do your job. So monitoring is definitely a big part of of my day to day the and one in currently setting up at at debt. which is it's pretty exciting? Once you get it all set together. The insights you can get for Mitt are in my opinion very exciting to see see already offers some excellent advice where you said that a lot of SRA's have specialization whether it be elastic search. Res- like yourself. Maybe it's hosting devops anything like that. If any of our listeners would be interested in a career path into site reliability. What do you recommend they take the first step so what I like to tell? People who are interested in Missouri is become a developer. I spend a couple of years years really honing your coding skills your software development skills and getting familiar with different databases. Like I said My. My definition of a necessary is a developer. Who's got a little bit more up the big perspective the you know possible specialization database this etc.? So because of that the way I view in `sorry I think you really have to have the solid foundation of coating before you can move into necessary focus role so I think it's good for people who wanted to start as a back end. Death and religious get familiar with the technology is get familiar with codeine and then after a couple years of that really laying that solid foundation then shift towards you know something more. SRA

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"lenox" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"lenox" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Proprietary pryatta package software business that we had come from and so you have things like community version with an enterprise version in that enterprise reprise version was sold as a proprietary license under a proprietary license and that's in called the open core model that became the most prevalent model again which is a little bit weird given that the one company that showed that you could make a ton of money in open source was red hat going for again this pure play model and people can quibble about whether how pure it was a relatively pure model and since then we've had various iterations on open core but not so much on that original red hat model of one on percents open-source if if i could <hes> make a comment there one of the interesting things about that i think is that because red hat was was lennox and by far the most successful business at lenox one of the reasons that people were wondering whether that could be replicated elsewhere all swear as opposed to open core which was more the route people were taking for different kinds of software is that red hat had this enormous product base right because it was dealing with lenox which was the absolute killer app of of free software in other businesses. It was not quite as obvious you could do things at a tremendous scale like red hat. Now i think i think people are starting to moderate their views on that but for a long time people would say something like there's only one red hat what they meant by that was not not just in the lennox space but that that business model was you know was not necessarily what people expected to replicate in other sort adam software markets so there are many different areas of open source business that we could explore and you know when i think about the the timeline of milestones from those early days of red hat and perhaps my sequel to today i think about companies like spring and spring source and eventually pivotal which where you have kind of a services model around a core open source business and then you have some other adjacent cities that come out of the services plus open source model you know we've also seen the rise of the hosted cloud offering <hes> we've seen the rise is of the hoodoo p- vendors but i think the area that i'd like this conversation to focus on for a variety of reasons that will become emergent is open source database models and when i say database i'm using that term quite loosely. I'm talking about both database.

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"lenox" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"lenox" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Lenox Carson Gardena for sports for the group seven victims were homeless, the prosecutor says the gang members would troll the streets in two cars looking for anyone to shoot. In one case, she says one of the targets got away. So they went after the next two people. They saw two homeless people trying to get Dale doughnut. It's the crimes happen in late two thousand fifteen in early twenty sixteen the street gang was primarily made up of Pacific islanders. The are all now facing more than one hundred years to life in state prison. When sentence later this year, Karen Adams Canucks, ten seventy NewsRadio. Governor Brown is vetoed. Two bills seeking to expand the rights of immigrants living in the country illegally and protect them from deportation. One Bill would have allowed anyone to serve on state, boards and commissions, regardless of their immigration status. Bronzes requiring citizenship is a better pass another sought to prohibit immigration authorities from the making for making arrests inside courthouses, that's key point of contention between California officials and the Trump administration. Brown says he supports the intent of the Bill but believes it may have unintended consequences new rents control initiative on the November ballot. So widely unpopular across the state. Even among renters new poll from the public policy institute of California finds roughly half of likely voters oppose profit ten. It would restore the ability of cities across the. H to an axe strong, rents control laws. Just thirty six percent in favor of the measure sixteen percents undecided. Seventeen have been charged in connection to a string of brazen. Robberies more than a million dollars in electronics from apple stores throughout the state. Attorney general over Sarah says the defendants wore hoodies and entered apple stores in large groups snatching, ipads, iphones and other merchandise. In seconds, robberies were carried out in nineteen counties..

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"lenox" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"lenox" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"Respond if someone was on me so that's i ran that stretch and when i got past the lenox hotel i think that's where i got out kicked in two thousand eleven that's when i was like okay i think i think i got this in the nice tom grill of the day did like a fist pump and you could start hearing the loud announcing the this desert linden she's going to be your boston champion and i was like okay no one's i got it and that's when i was able to celebrate so it was couple of strides from the line and i was in disbelief i just this this can't be real and it was all this stuff we talked about you know it just seemed like it was not going to be my year that's what makes it so beautiful and poetic that you had sacrificed yourself twice you had thought like this is you know if anything i'm going to help these other women and then for all the switch and making your days to something really amazing so so john josh you you you sort of have this famous embrace with does at the finish beating ryan here's the thing she does go ahead okay so she crosses and then janis there in i mean we're all we're there and everyone's we're friends with everyone in boston we go there every year we not just in the spring we're doing other things we the servers at the hotel no us it's it's like family so everyone to be as they're they're like grabbing my shoulder like i think it's going to happen like don't us we have to be professional but i don't care i i'd love does and roll their everyone's so excited and she crosses line in joni she's wearing the in the hood you know black all going in hugs her and i was i was like waiting and we were waiting but ryan i had been there like this is going to happen and we had been like hugging and doing whatever just waiting for her to come through while we should say is for people that are listening ryan is does is how yes yes yeah so yeah ryan linden great did so we're there joni hogs are and then it was just pure emotion and we just ran out and hugged and if i could go back i would acquiesce and give them like a ten second something at least like so there could be a photo of them anything gordon just i was kind of like stepping out and i was like ryan ryan let's go let's go like this is like this is the time to do it and we just ran out the first thing does that was i can't believe that just happened and with neither can we like it was it was and i think i said you were in this or something and i don't know it was just i was crying like a baby in it was i know the work that it takes i was runner you know that whole thing in these are the things you dream about these are the things that get you out of bed at five am when the alarm goes off and it's dark outside and it's you don't wanna go and do the run before the travel schedule but you go out and you get your twelve miles in and it's this dream of one day it's all going to come together and it's going to be my day it's all of these things that you've seen in your mind's eye again and again and again and again in you want that so bad in i've never i've never been so excited for someone else to do anything my brother sent me a text is like dude that's a happy to your your mind.

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"lenox" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"lenox" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Boyfriend's in your partner healthy and happy again so happy father's day to all the men out there and and i hope you learn a lot from us and make charge you make you healthier again immense health and fathers as of special weekend because a big message is really for men to go out and get screen and get tested without screening without knowing exactly what the issues are you would never know exactly what's going on and we've talked about this you know men we think we're strong we push our health all the way down the list and we don't really care about it until it's broken so we want you to know about top five dangerous to men's health and i'm going to go through all of them before we get into that i want to introduce a very special guest very good friend of mine from lenox hill hospital dr david rolling who is the chair of psychology and psychiatry lenox a hospital very prominent doctoring the field he's being i learned that he also shares some background i've been to stony brook medical school and he's certainly has gone through there and became very successful spend the twenty five years in academia at beth israel and we're honored to have him and has call him as my friend and colleague at lenox hill hospital the chair of psychiatry they're welcome david to our show and we re really looking forward to learning a lot from you today well thanks so much for having me david and happy father's day to all the dads out there thank you so much you know we're talking about the dangers of of of diseases such as you know the leading cause of death among minis cardiovascular disease we've had many cardiologists in the show before learning about like bad cholesterol heart disease knowing what your cholesterol level is and get it treated long cancer is another one obviously if you haven't started to smokes don't start and if you have been smoking look and talk to your doctor about getting your x rays getting your cat scan getting screened the other disease that's really big deal is prostate cancer you know i've been talking about this for years and we're not gonna spend too much time today about this because we don't want to bore you about that stuff but knowing your psa and.

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"lenox" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"lenox" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Actions on those c strucks that represent your program and as you said on lenox you can read any processes memory which is important because this is what you're gonna do you're looking at this ruby interpreters memory and you're looking specifically at the stack that is the ruby interpreter side of things your ruby code executing you know as time goes on in c code in these c strucks and do i have it right so far is that right yeah okay and so you pointed out this is really important that in lenox you can read any processes memory because otherwise you wouldn't be able to do any of this that we just mentioned although i wonder so if i'm looking at this memory as my in this is an in memory section where my program is executing isn't this just like changing all the time because programs like change pretty fast because they're executing yeah so this is a great point i think i still haven't completely resolve this there basically two is to purge the fact that programs are changing all the time i'm one thing you can do is when you profile the program you can stop it and be like okay stop going to figure out what you're doing and then i'm going to start again this is the way it is a provider that works very similarly to have my brother works on it's called pie flame it's really great if you're interested in python profiler is you should definitely check it out and that's what it does it it'll your python program figure out what's doing it then started again very prefer currently does not do this it basically just gets into a race and is like okay i bet i could figure out what your stock is faster than light contains it and basically the vet it's making is ruby is not that fast and that its faster and this seems to work at most of the time i think i'm going at an option to stop the program because i think it doesn't totally got all the time but but in general like i think ruby python programs don't change your stack that often compared to like half asked you can.

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"lenox" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"lenox" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Actions on those c strucks that represent your program and as you said on lenox you can read any processes memory which is important because this is what you're gonna do you're looking at this ruby interpreters memory and you're looking specifically at the stack that is the ruby interpreter side of things your ruby code executing you know as time goes on in c code in these c strucks and do i have it right so far is that right yeah okay and so you pointed out this is really important that in lenox you can read any processes memory because otherwise you wouldn't be able to do any of this that we just mentioned although i wonder so if i'm looking at this memory as my in this is an in memory section where my program is executing isn't this just like changing all the time because programs like change pretty fast because they're executing yeah so this is a great point i think i still haven't completely resolve this there basically two is to purge the fact that programs are changing all the time i'm one thing you can do is when you profile the program you can stop it and be like okay stop going to figure out what you're doing and then i'm going to start again this is the way it is a provider that works very similarly to have my brother works on it's called pie flame it's really great if you're interested in python profiler is you should definitely check it out and that's what it does it it'll your python program figure out what's doing it then started again very prefer currently does not do this it basically just gets into a race and is like okay i bet i could figure out what your stock is faster than light contains it and basically the vet it's making is ruby is not that fast and that its faster and this seems to work at most of the time i think i'm going at an option to stop the program because i think it doesn't totally got all the time but but in general like i think ruby python programs don't change your stack that often compared to like half asked you can.

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"lenox" Discussed on CodeNewbie

CodeNewbie

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"lenox" Discussed on CodeNewbie

"Something that they're just learning it could be a project that they worked on but this is giving all of us in opportunity to stand up in front of a room full of people and explain and teach what we know so knowing what you know now if you had done that first workshop over again what would you have done differently i would have plan for it and again this was off the cough there was no planning i would've written up documentation done screen prints i do this for a living i write documentation i want my participants are people that i'm dealing with an a'meeting or whatever to have information in front of them that makes the content a little bit clearer especially when you're doing something that's technical you wanna know where people's eyes should go and what they should be doing for second third so i would have prepared for it written up documentation and you know had it available for everyone and that's the plan i'm going to have that for my next workshop where i'm going to take the show on the road so what were some of your favorite outcomes from the workshops that you've done because you've done that one will you've done several others in in the past would you say months weeks yes in the past months past month yes so what were some of your favorite moments that you've seen in those workshops one that sticks out particularly well was someone saying oh my god i'm working in lenox like it was one of those.

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"lenox" Discussed on CodeNewbie

CodeNewbie

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"lenox" Discussed on CodeNewbie

"Something that they're just learning it could be a project that they worked on but this is giving all of us in opportunity to stand up in front of a room full of people and explain and teach what we know so knowing what you know now if you had done that first workshop over again what would you have done differently i would have plan for it and again this was off the cough there was no planning i would've written up documentation done screen prints i do this for a living i write documentation i want my participants are people that i'm dealing with an a'meeting or whatever to have information in front of them that makes the content a little bit clearer especially when you're doing something that's technical you wanna know where people's eyes should go and what they should be doing for second third so i would have prepared for it written up documentation and you know had it available for everyone and that's the plan i'm going to have that for my next workshop where i'm going to take the show on the road so what were some of your favorite outcomes from the workshops that you've done because you've done that one will you've done several others in in the past would you say months weeks yes in the past months past month yes so what were some of your favorite moments that you've seen in those workshops one that sticks out particularly well was someone saying oh my god i'm working in lenox like it was one of those.

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"lenox" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"lenox" Discussed on This Week In Google

"Doc might be on lenox three dot x maybe you'll be able to get christine on that the really try on i don't know if those succeed but they're really trying to make it as widespread as possible and we've already seen them try and it took a long time for android apps and they're still a lot of devices that don't support the google play store so some were skeptical of all this whole christina stuff and i get that but in we'll say they're trying so kevin we've discussed this if we didn't stop me but various because there's no we've always had so much to say in life that said there's various android apps that just aren't working well for me on the chromebook start with skype it just feels like it's going through twenty five layers and and it's not working well whereas skype on my android tablet is good same with that flicks same with showtime to go on the these apps juster are flaky and is that what your experience you know to be honest jeff they absolutely used for injured on my pixelbook aren't streaming or media apps i tended to use the browser for those i can only give you a guess on what the issue may or may not be here these may have something to do with the fact that android is running in a container just like accces for pristinely and i know with lenox they don't they don't support hardware acceleration yet they don't even sports sound like i think they announced they're gonna have gp you support they're going to have it but they don't yet i just i.

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"lenox" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"lenox" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"And company in lenox massachusetts located in berkshire county in the northwestern part of massachusetts and i hope you'll come and visit us it's about a two and a half hour drive from new york city and a two hour drive from boston so we're a great points for touring in visiting and there's so much in berkshire county to see and do and it's also the wonderful gateway if you want to go further north into for mont or west into new york state but you know if you came for weeks or months you wouldn't get to see all of berkshire county if you just stayed here and you certainly wouldn't get to be able to take advantage of all of the cultural venues and all of their offerings at name your interests music dance literature a historic homes and of course adds all of that mix all of the venues that have live performances of a variety of kinds of plays from the classical to the contemporary to the over the edge modern and then added into that the natural beauty of the region and there's a reason we live here so let let's talk a little more about shakespearean company itself this is not your normal drive down a busy street park your car.

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"lenox" Discussed on Google Cloud Platform Podcast

Google Cloud Platform Podcast

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"lenox" Discussed on Google Cloud Platform Podcast

"Right a specification around that and then that becomes the defacto industry standard the open container initiative a good example of this docker did a thing it was based on containers super cool containers had been in lenox for years but docker really did a great job of making it accessible then people got worried that maybe the head too much control but it was still open source so why don't we try to figure out the what specification is and then make reference implementation that is cross compatible with docker and then compare that and then set up conformance tests and understand what we mean by a container run time what do we mean by a container image specification right all that out and this all happened without a single standards body being involved and so i think we're gonna see the standards bodies continue to exist and be used because they're super useful for especially highly wrigley regulated industries but i think they will be a second stop for open source reference implementation specification nations so i think that's going to be one of the biggest changes is that we do a lot more in open source around that i'd be still going slightly different talk i've definitely run into people corporations i should say possibly who when perched or or discussing the idea of open source at teams very foreign to them if you're a company and potentially you're looking at source or even just wondering why people would do this what do you feel like the motivations are allowed companies to to really start going down this trend and what are the benefits i guess really the end of the day there's there's a lot of economic benefit to a platform and if you open your platform you have more people able to contribute to it which they get you a network affect so almost anything that can be looked at as a plug able colonel for lack of a better term can benefit from being open sourced and grown and the ecosystem the addressable market of whatever your doing gets bicker because you have a community around it and you have people that are excited about of people advocating for that platform advocating for.

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"lenox" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM

Money Radio 1200AM

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"lenox" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM

"Onto lenox now aren't they only safer safe system to utilize well jewelry what's happening in the background there there's almost no discussion about his meltdowns inspector what is doing to the windows ten operating piston into windows computers so i've been in several large national corporation in their buildings pat like having secretary process orders from stuff that i involved in the secretary which emerson january computer keeps crashing completely unsolicited to ryan happened in january that was when the meltdown inspector patches came out and when the entire thing to started falling apart and so they haven't put it together is probably why their windows ten computers crashing but believe me there are huge major problems you walk into a hotel lobby you can't get registered for your cow i was in a car rental thing where the car rental computer crashed and the airline reservations crashing david for different companies so we're adaptation so all of these core brace when they do not want the computers crashing and 'cause that's really affects the business so the at some point the corporate it systems are going to realize okay what what server people have realized for years is atlantic more secure legacy but with mel thousand inspector it is and the patches in intel is put in the patches microsoft has tried to put in you been patches but the difference hips that what intel was doing was trying to cover for microsoft but apple in lenox did not need to speculation or guessing with the operations bloated opera systems so this is something that intel put in specifically to protect microsoft it's been going on processors intel processors and also amdi and other processors for the past ten years to try to hide the fact that windows voter system is absolutely sale in the worst possible way and now we've got a situation where the public is paying the price corporations are paying the price and they're only going to pay the price for so long word you know the truth is powerful weapon is will eventually get out and win were gets out you're gonna see the biggest transformation in the history of computer while we needed we need these great your own lennox tweaks dot org and we'll talk more.

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"lenox" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM

Money Radio 1200AM

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"lenox" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM

"Onto lenox now aren't they only safer safe system to utilize well entertainingly what's happening in the background that there's almost no discussion about his meltdowns inspector what is she doing to the windows ten operating piston into windows computers so i've been in several large national corporations in their buildings like having secretaries process orders from stuff that i would say you don't ever since january computer keeps crashing completely unsolicited ryan happened in january that was when the meltdown inspector patches came out and when the entire thing to started falling apart and so they haven't put it together is probably why their windows ten computers crashing but believe me there are huge major problems you walk into a hotel lobby you can't get registered for your cow well i was in a car rental thing where the car rental computer crash and the airline reservations crashing david for different companies so we're adding j now so all of these core brace when they do not want to computers crash and 'cause that's really affects the business so the at some point the corporate it systems are going to realize okay what what server people have realized for years is atlantic says more secure mortician but with now inspector it is and the patches in intel is put in the patches microsoft has tried to put in you know been patches but the difference is that what intel was doing was trying to cover for microsoft bit apple in lenox isn't that need to speculation or guessing with the operations bloated opera systems so this is something that intel put in specifically to protect microsoft's it's been going on processors intel processors and also amd and other processors for the past ten years to try to hide the back windows system is absolutely sale in the worst possible way and now we've got a situation where the public is paying the price corporations are paying the price and they're only going to pay the price for so long word you know the truth is powerful weapon is will eventually get out and win where it gets out you're gonna she's the biggest transformations in the history of computer we needed easiest way.

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"lenox" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"lenox" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"I'll tell you why we did it we had we had a guy no names who put online in a public page all of our passwords so he could remember them say doesn't work here anymore however that was what we said we got to do something so we got last past and you you know what your business in the same boat you need last past and i believe in it so much it's one of the company benefits we offer a free last past personal subscription as for everybody who works here so we have last pass for business passwords we have last past personal for all our employees by the way i you can do this you can merge them both so that each stays private but you only have one last pass fault that has a section of it that's for your business stuff in a section for your personal stuff i really liked that feature and last pets works everywhere i do all my devices i even use last pass on lenox because it's got chrome extensions fire extent fox extension safari extension what else edge so you internet explorer you can use it anywhere of course there's last pets apps for windows and mac i i often do that those those really work well it it works on windows s when his ten s you wp there's a store up for last pass and of course android in iowa too so that means when you create a new account or open a site or you know even serial numbers it's in there and it's acceptable so if i create an account on the on the desktop and i go there on my phone i log in i really have the past week.

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