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"library congress" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"library congress" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

"He said. And I want every one of you. Can do it. No matter how long it takes! and. I want to tell them goodbye. He said. Because tomorrow night we'll be. Some y'all ain't going be here. and. It's goes back to that same thing. Our lives. And I. This day I'm so startled. At the courage those students had. I don't know. When I was eighteen or nineteen or twenty. And I was a student at will over. If I would have the courage. To put my life on the line. And No! Tomorrow night. I might not be bad. And Tim so much as We would like saying. It's about black and white it is. But, it's it's about life. It's about human life and. I I see. I don't know if I could have done it. I don't know if I. If I if I had to I'm sure I would martin, Luther King used to say if a man or woman hasn't found something in life. They're willing to die Ford. And maybe they're not fit to live, and there comes that seminal moment. Every one of our lives where we have to say to is so. I live. For? Do Are I. And so it it's tough. You know you something just popped into my mind. You're asking me about about the selections in that and. Something popped in my mind I just I think if we don't understand our past him in our president. Then, there'll be no future. And so there's symbolic. Evidence of the past. But, if I don't understand my pets and my president I have no future. When you think about building a future, and it's crafting a path towards a future that is better than today. One distinction that that you've drawn in our previous conversations is group leadership versus I think you put it a self leadership. Could you speak to what that means. If, you were to go into the vast room in my house right now him. In the middle of the the mirror in the mirror, not in in the main bathroom is is probably six well, maybe not sixty raving four four feet long, and that's a very rectangular. And in the middle of it I have signed up there. And I watch too. So I have to see every day every morning and every evening. In Times throughout the day in the signs simply says. Practice. And then the underneath it. It has to statements, south leadership. And Self. And I don't think that there's. Any more. Vulgar on court with time. In practice those. Would he say in rightfully so that we're lacking leadership? I've asked numerous in my friends over the last few months. Tim this question. Tell me who you think are the five grade is leaders on the globe right now and none of can be a corporate executive. And I have not had one single person who could get past three days. And, so I say that it's over evidence that. That are in the midst of leadership. Crisis de-emphasis. But I do know. That if one were to go to the Library Congress and look books on leadership, then we'd be over three thousand books written on leadership, but those both..

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"library congress" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"library congress" Discussed on KTRH

"Don't interview anybody you know what you can turn your tickets and we will get his and we have a media that is you know I actually to a large extent it's a part of the Democratic Party really is it's terrible you know ladies and gentleman that comes right out of on freedom of the press the sole point what I coined the phrase Democratic Party press because that's what it is the president's exactly right and the president was more right than people understand what he called it fake news as I told you about a man brilliant man who wrote a book fifty years ago actually sixty years ago Daniel Bornstein who would later become the director library Congress he was a professor university Chicago writing about pseudo news and pseudo events and pseudo journalists and the president terms it fake news and fake journalists it's the same thing the president clearly was unaware Borst in the present was right on he doesn't get the credit he deserves so it is the Democratic Party press you don't believe me Reid and freedom of the press and just get at the library chapter verses they said I'll be right back.

Democratic Party president Daniel Bornstein Borst Reid director library Congress professor university Chicago
"library congress" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"library congress" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Me and I will do it did not interviewing me right now they're interviewing somebody else maybe there won't even be doing that because if they don't get ratings I don't interview anybody you know what you can't turn which is when we get hit and we have a media that is you know I actually to a large extent it's a part of the Democrat party really is it's terrible you know ladies and gentleman that comes right out of on freedom of the press the sole point right coined the phrase Democratic Party press because that's what it is the president's exactly right and the president was more right than people understand what he called it fake news as I told you about a man brilliant man who wrote a book fifty years ago actually sixty years Daniel Bornstein who would later become the director library Congress he was a professor at university of Chicago writing about pseudo news and pseudo events and pseudo journalists and the president terms it fake news and fake journalists it's the same thing the president clearly was unaware Borst in the present was right on so it is the Democratic Party press you don't believe me Reid and freedom of the press and just get at the library chapter verses they said I'll be right back then.

Democrat party president Daniel Bornstein Borst Reid Democratic Party director library Congress university of Chicago
"library congress" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"library congress" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"You know ladies and gentleman that comes right out of on freedom of the press the sole point what I coined the phrase Democratic Party press because that's what it is and the president's exactly right and the president was more right than people understand what he called it fake news as I told you about a man brilliant man who wrote a book fifty years ago actually sixty years ago Daniel Bornstein who would later become the director library Congress he was a professor at university of Chicago writing about pseudo news and pseudo events and pseudo journalists and the president terms it fake news and fake journalists it's the same thing the president clearly was unaware bursting the president was right on he doesn't get the credit he deserves so it is the Democrat party press you don't believe me Reid and freedom of the press and just get at the library chapter verses they said I'll be right back then it's time to check the roads from the this report is fostered by boost mobile he's found to fifteen beltway collision a green valley parkway still working at one on Fridays found two fifteen villages west of Val Verde far as our service streets injury crash on Charleston east of fifteen what a desert in east.

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"library congress" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"library congress" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"How to keep something in mind the Democrats have already put their proverbial best foot forward right that's what they've done they've already put forward the proverbial best foot presidents floors haven't anything so the Democrats will get there twenty four hours over two days the president's lawyers will get there twenty four hours of for today and I suspect they're going to even disarray but the Democrats have done because this filing today the proceedings before the United States Senate trial memorandum of president Donald J. trump is a killer is a killer and I guarantee you that most of the legal analysts on cable TV certainly an MSNBC in constipated news network in virtually every one of the hosts in virtually every one of the commentators have not read it we get as I call it on freedom of the press thanks to professor Daniel borscht in the late great professor university Chicago in the later director library Congress pseudo events after several events I ended the first hour by saying there wasn't any violence in Richmond Virginia the pro second amendment pro liberty protests were enormous number of people showed up so for days we had pseudo news as the president rightly calls it fake news the governor of Virginia formally a black face fine formally of post birth abortion has now figured out how to win approval by the Washington compost on the left will get to the washing compost yes Lou hard left any brings in all these law enforcement experts wares county is from the state other states have dot com ready for war then they got peace you think there's an anti fur protests he brings up Charlottesville he wants you to think all these honorable tax paying Americans we're trying to protect their liberty and the constitution and the bill of rights that indeed applies the Democrats including the governor of Virginia better white supremacists that they're neo **** and that's what the media was trying to portray thousands and thousands of audible hardworking taxpaying neighbors of yours as something they're not just like the Covington Kentucky boys who dare to wear many hats how they tried to destroy them they're lawyers they're trying to destroy you with the president they are a dangerous bunch of people they really are here we have a montage of the news media in nineteen ninety nine during the Clinton impeachment trial Eleanor Clift Dan rather al hunt Peter Jennings Charlie Gibson John Hockenberry our body Geraldo who's been consistent and ginger Thompson the only more witnesses such a distraction tactic news busters got one go then the whole issue is been a sham that shouldn't have gotten this far the house acted improperly in passing it on to the Senate why is your party dragging this thing out why is this happening why go through all this this business about what doesn't do we really need more witnesses it's going to happen once to this thing we should stop this this bogus inflated Taylor case and get on with the business of governance with these people just get down to business and leave this impeachment thing alone it's going to be an enormous distraction to the White House in all kinds of issues that the Congress ought to be considering it was a long line of of the people's business it seems have been put aside and the firm is going to be put aside for weeks if not months now we begin tonight with the voice of the people the visitor who got up and shouted god almighty take the vote and get it over with god almighty the man said take the vote and get it over with here all of this whole thing is that the guy was set up in the Senate gallery last week and said god yes we have this process is Stalinist his action certainly do not warrant impeachment is there.

"library congress" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"library congress" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Already put their proverbial best foot forward right that's what they've done they've already put forward the proverbial best foot presidents floors haven't anything the Democrats will get there twenty four hours over two days the president's lawyers will get there twenty four hours and for today and I suspect they're going to even this right but the Democrats have done because this filing today proceedings before the United States Senate trial memorandum of president Donald J. trump is a killer is a killer and I guarantee you that most of the legal analysts on cable TV certainly an MSNBC in constipated news network in virtually every one of the hosts in virtually every one of the commentators have not read it we get as I call it on freedom of the press thanks to professor Daniel borscht in the late great professor university Chicago then later director library Congress pseudo events after several events I ended the first hour by saying there wasn't any violence in Richmond Virginia the pro second amendment pro liberty protests were enormous number of people showed up we had pseudo news as the president rightly calls it fake news the governor of Virginia formally a blackface fine formally of post birth abortion has now figured out how to win approval by the Washington compost on the left will get the washing campus yes move hard left any brings in all these law enforcement agencies wares county.

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"library congress" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"library congress" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Best foot forward right that's what they've done they've already put forward the proverbial best foot presidents floors haven't done anything so the Democrats will get there twenty four hours over two days the president's lawyers will get there twenty four hours of for today and I suspect they're going to even disarray but the Democrats have done because this filing today the proceedings before the United States Senate trial memorandum of president Donald J. trump is a killer is a killer and I guarantee you that most of the legal analysts on cable TV certainly an MSNBC in constipated news network in virtually every one of the hosts in virtually every one of the commentators have not read it we get as I call it on freedom of the press thanks to professor Daniel borscht in the late great professor university Chicago in the later director library Congress pseudo events after several events I ended the first hour by saying there wasn't any violence in Richmond Virginia the pro second amendment pro liberty protests where Norma's number people showed up so for days we had pseudo news as the president rightly calls it fake news the governor of Virginia formally a blackface fame formally of post birth abortion has now figured out how to win approval by the Washington compost in the left will get to the washing compost yes my hard left any brings it all these law enforcement agents various county.

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"library congress" Discussed on Gaslit Nation with Andrea Chalupa and Sarah Kendzior

Gaslit Nation with Andrea Chalupa and Sarah Kendzior

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"library congress" Discussed on Gaslit Nation with Andrea Chalupa and Sarah Kendzior

"There was someone in that meeting who worked for open society and said afterwards. She goes, I totally agree with everything you're saying. And as a matter of fact, I have a delegation of these journalists coming to DC from Ukraine, and I would love for you to do a standalone nonpartisan redux about Manafort, and why you're concerned and what you think is happening. And so I did, and I didn't tell the DNC about it beforehand because I was doing this as a private citizen. I was a part time contractor taken on other clients, but I didn't. But I went to the library congress I invited Michael is the cost because I told the journalists the concern that, that Manafort is someone who plays very dirty and that Donald Trump will be elected the nominee. And will likely win the general election because Manafort does not play by the rules, and that these journalists know better than anyone who Paul Manafort is should not assume American stew. They should actually team up with their counterparts with American journalists to let them know what he didn't Ukraine because they just don't understand. And my couple of did talk to Michael the coffin work with them a little bit. And so then Luis Miranda, the cases had sent me some link afterwards, the DNC communications director about Manafort, some sort of article, and I said, yes, and there's more of this, that I think will come you know, that's coming down the pipe, meaning that I think we're gonna get the people are gonna realize who he is. And that was one of the emails that WikiLeaks now dropped on me. They dropped twenty emails at the convention, but they also promoted with promoter, this Email, even in the last eight months again, one of your emails. You mean expelling the south? Yeah. Wikileaks WikiLeaks has still been going. After me for the last still continued to go after a little bit. And they use the particular Email again, that tweet it out at me. It was in twenty eighteen that was the Email that when Wiki leaks, they most convention, I was in Philly that there was an attachment and it showed a picture that I took a of the state sponsored tax and was perfect image because to tabs I had opened was my name because it was my Facebook thing. And when it was Paul manafort's name next to my name on the other tab, because article I was reading on him. And so when with league stick drop at the convention, Michael Isikoff, call me because I had met with him three weeks before because I told the danc- I know how Manafort works. They took the took her emails. I know they took our emails after we discover, there was a breach. And they said that they had no that there was no indication that the cyber security firm crowd, strike said that they didn't see them anything that was taken. But I was telling everyone in my neighborhood at block parties. They're going to drop our emails convention, and I didn't know was leaked. So we'll do it. I said, I know how this guy works are going to they're going to do something. Big convention. I remember you. I remember you saying the, the Russians were going to the Kremlin was on the set off a bomb right before the democratic convention in Philly. Yeah..

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"library congress" Discussed on 1A

1A

04:18 min | 3 years ago

"library congress" Discussed on 1A

"But certainly we are doing a lot more digitisation of content and the library's collections. We have very good relationships with the studios, and there are five, and you know, they're trying to do their best work on preserving some of their content of their intellectual property. The thing that struck me in this entire conversation that we've been been having today is we tended to re we've been talking about films that are like less than thirty years old. And you know, I think back to the kind of films Carina talks about and are excellent podcasts. And those are a lot of the ones that we're also trying to preserve at the library congress where they exist because you know, another factor that we have to deal with is that a lot of films have particularly made in the nitrate era, simply no longer exist. I mean, forget about preserving them or making them accessible. They literally no longer exists in. So it is our duty at the library to preserve all this material as quickly as we. Possibly can and make it accessible. And by the way, I just want to be clear, Mike, the library Congress's preserving these films for public viewing of just for for raw preservation. Oh, no. No. No. No. Look, we're preservation for access. I mean, look, I've always said if you're just going to preserve stuff and lock it in a way and evolved. Yes. Well, dump it in the ocean. I mean, we want people to be able to see the this material. Which is the reason why we have just want to this national screening room. So you can go there, and you can see actualities from the eighteen nineties and a wonderful set of films made the nineteen fifties about mental health, and even you can see IRA Gershwin's home movie of LIZA Minnelli's third birthday party who doesn't wanna see three year old LIZA Minelli at her birthday party. But but also very quickly. We also release DVD sets through various partners like kino Lorber under crank and milestone in just last week Qena Lorber released a Cobra ended set, call pioneers, first women filmmakers with a lot of the. Films that we preserve from people like Lois Weber and Alice glee, Gabe law shy. So we really want people to see more of those sort of forgotten corners of cinema history before I go to Corinna if there is someone who has a tip on where you might find an obscure movie, or maybe they've got a real in an attic somewhere that they think might be valuable. How should they reach out? Oh, yeah. No. You're more than welcome to write the library of congress. You can go to our website. And they they have a way for in which you can write to one of our reference staff, and eventually that'll make it to somebody in the moving image reference center before we go into our last few seconds any movies that you wish we could find in stream and make available. John Corinna, Mike is there anything at the top of your wishlist, John we'll start with you before we go top of your wishlist for movies. You wish we could find. So a snapshot this was a couple of months ago, but sleeper was not available anywhere for me to just destroy them. And so it's a movie that I wanted to watch at any moment, and it was not available Corinna? What about you? I'm worried that nobody is going to be able to see a movie that's going to disappear from film struck tomorrow called the silver cord, which is directed by John Cromwell, install stars Joel McCrea and Irene Dunne. It's totally nuts. Oh film from the nineteen thirties about a terrible mother. And film Twitter has just been a fire like talking about this after discovering it on film struck, and it's so great and briefly Mike before we go. Oh, I just wanna say every film released by Warner Brothers from nineteen thirty to nineteen thirty four. My needs are simple, Mike, Michelle on the head of the moving image section at the library of congress Packard campus for audio visual preservation, Mike. Thanks for talking to us. It was much leisure Karina Longworth creator and host of the podcast. You must remember this. Her new book is called seduction sex lies and stardom in Howard Hughes's Hollywood. Thanks corinna. Thank you, and John August screenwriter and author the man behind big fish Charlie's angels, corpse bride, Charlie and the chocolate factory the upcoming remake of Aladdin and the co host of the podcast script notes. Thanks, john. Thanks, patted me this. Station was produced by page Osborne. To learn more about her and the rest of our staff. Visit the one eight dot org slash staff as requested by berry Jenkins as we end on the theme from blade runner..

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"library congress" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

05:08 min | 3 years ago

"library congress" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

"So he stayed and shot for an hour and fifteen minutes straight in. So I told them. Dennis Johnson, who was the manager? I said, when you get back, let me know your back. And so when he came to my room, I said, Howdy, go, he said, coach, she said, unbelievable. He said he just continually shot. He say, only took one water break and he said he was drenched in and head to toe. And he looked at me and he said, coach, if Larry Bird is doing this, what should the average guy be doing? And it was, it was just a great experience. I saw next time we scrimmage day or they were fired. So we I'm embarrassed to say this. We didn't score a field goal for the first nine minutes. I mean, they were on us like white on rice. You guys think you're hot s you know. We're going to show you and Jordan was leading the pack and so they, they would determine, okay, you guys think you're good. We're going to show you what, what good is. Sasol wanna talk about coaching team, and I think the way I'd like to get into I is by asking if you could maybe mentioned just one coach that you have been impressed by alive or dead past present, doesn't matter and what impressed you about them. Oh, I would say to coaches who are I actually have to say three three coaches who have had an immense impact on me as a person as a coach. My life would be Bob Knight. John Thompson and left Gers sell left yoursel. I was system that the university of Maryland. He was the one who taught me who who fuel my passion for reading. He was one who who taught taught me that that you don't just read the sports section. He actually got me into a system that I still use when I go to newspaper. Now, the last section of newspaper I read is sports, and that's something that started back with him. He also told me the importance to reading the editorial page every day and and and then the other thing was he he, he wanted us to beat the best dress staff in the ACC. So I picked up a lot of habits from lefty that that I have to to this day. John Thompson, I grew up in the same neighborhood in Washington DC. He's had so much influence on the way. I think the way I act what I believe. The one thing I learned with John is when you around John, you're talk that listen ratios. Listen ratio should be ninety percent and talk should be ten because if it's any other way, you've, you've lost a great opportunity to learn and to be taught because he's he's, he was, John is a maverick thinker in and he was a maverick think of before the connotation even existed and the other person Bob Knight. Just had absolutely amazing impact on that. I was at a summer league game as an assistant coach at Villanova at halftime. Go down to look at the scoreboard. Nagai taps me the back and I turned and he says, hi, my name's Bob Knight. Assists in that west coach was point, and I say, hi, chew traveling assistant at Villanova. And from that moment on, we had a lifelong friendship. And that's how I ended up being this system coach on the eighty four Olympic team, but maybe Bob's greatest gift to me was that he saw something and made it. I never saw myself and he was relentless to to make sure that I had cheated. He, he said to me, George, if we're going to survive in this profession, we have to become an expert in some face at a gate, and you need to make yourself an expert in some phase at a game. Bob's was defense. And so he said to me. He said, no, you speak a lot clinics on rebounding. That's your niche. You gotta make yourself the foremost authority on the globe on rebounding any state. After me on a phone call me one ninety said, hey, I looked it up in the library congress. There's no book in the library congress on rebounding. So you've got a unique opportunity. And so I still didn't believe that I could actually write a book and so he, he, Bob just stayed after me. So finally said, right, right in outline Senate tummy. And of course we didn't have a technology. So I wrote an outline and send it to him..

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"library congress" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

05:08 min | 3 years ago

"library congress" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"So he stayed and shot for an hour and fifteen minutes straight in. So I told them. Dennis Johnson, who was the manager? I said, when you get back, let me know your back. And so when he came to my room, I said, Howdy, go, he said, coach, she said, unbelievable. He said he just continually shot. He say, only took one water break and he said he was drenched in and head to toe. And he looked at me and he said, coach, if Larry Bird is doing this, what should the average guy be doing? And it was, it was just a great experience. I saw next time we scrimmage day or they were fired. So we I'm embarrassed to say this. We didn't score a field goal for the first nine minutes. I mean, they were on us like white on rice. You guys think you're hot s you know. We're going to show you and Jordan was leading the pack and so they, they would determine, okay, you guys think you're good. We're going to show you what, what good is. Sasol wanna talk about coaching team, and I think the way I'd like to get into I is by asking if you could maybe mentioned just one coach that you have been impressed by alive or dead past present, doesn't matter and what impressed you about them. Oh, I would say to coaches who are I actually have to say three three coaches who have had an immense impact on me as a person as a coach. My life would be Bob Knight. John Thompson and left Gers sell left yoursel. I was system that the university of Maryland. He was the one who taught me who who fuel my passion for reading. He was one who who taught taught me that that you don't just read the sports section. He actually got me into a system that I still use when I go to newspaper. Now, the last section of newspaper I read is sports, and that's something that started back with him. He also told me the importance to reading the editorial page every day and and and then the other thing was he he, he wanted us to beat the best dress staff in the ACC. So I picked up a lot of habits from lefty that that I have to to this day. John Thompson, I grew up in the same neighborhood in Washington DC. He's had so much influence on the way. I think the way I act what I believe. The one thing I learned with John is when you around John, you're talk that listen ratios. Listen ratio should be ninety percent and talk should be ten because if it's any other way, you've, you've lost a great opportunity to learn and to be taught because he's he's, he was, John is a maverick thinker in and he was a maverick think of before the connotation even existed and the other person Bob Knight. Just had absolutely amazing impact on that. I was at a summer league game as an assistant coach at Villanova at halftime. Go down to look at the scoreboard. Nagai taps me the back and I turned and he says, hi, my name's Bob Knight. Assists in that west coach was point, and I say, hi, chew traveling assistant at Villanova. And from that moment on, we had a lifelong friendship. And that's how I ended up being this system coach on the eighty four Olympic team, but maybe Bob's greatest gift to me was that he saw something and made it. I never saw myself and he was relentless to to make sure that I had cheated. He, he said to me, George, if we're going to survive in this profession, we have to become an expert in some face at a gate, and you need to make yourself an expert in some phase at a game. Bob's was defense. And so he said to me. He said, no, you speak a lot clinics on rebounding. That's your niche. You gotta make yourself the foremost authority on the globe on rebounding any state. After me on a phone call me one ninety said, hey, I looked it up in the library congress. There's no book in the library congress on rebounding. So you've got a unique opportunity. And so I still didn't believe that I could actually write a book and so he, he, Bob just stayed after me. So finally said, right, right in outline Senate tummy. And of course we didn't have a technology. So I wrote an outline and send it to him..

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"library congress" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"library congress" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"When people of color so i'm a little july's women yes i'm a little protective of some of the stuff with time's up because i don't want to come in from somebody being like dang shit in now had to be like well i don't think y'all can really just shit on these black and brown women that are coming up with this but this movement i think you've gotta step the fuck back let them cook a and if you find the end result saying shit coup but let's not blame them for hundreds of years and decades of industry being fucked up it'd be like out in fix it in one second y'all movement is trash correct and excuse me and also in a lot of the activists base a lot of times is jealousy and envy a lot of people whenever this eight them and they're not involved and they're not profiting from it and they're not getting the mind life they merely commanders she don't everything centered around them to the airtime to that end ties partner with nonprofit story core to enable women to their own stories about being on the job and upload them to the library congress where will live forever the narrative of working women and marking this moment is going to be astounding had his archive help demonstrate that workplace in the quality of such pervasive condition for women for men the partnership will launch friday morning with the story from actually judge ain't finding america harare have also contributed their tells time's up also is not just about the entertainment industry point that's being repeatedly emphasize and was undelighted to golden globes seven active actresses escorted seven activists on the red carpet the ladder who included aaliyah's alley.

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"library congress" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

02:23 min | 4 years ago

"library congress" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"Racean live stage i was once told by my mentor who refused to say that he was megarou say that i'm from jupiter in the um a group planet and i didn't know what to make of that at the time but they just smile and says you're from jupiter and and now we have these beautiful images of jupiter have you seen them my god they're just amazing like we have these is it's such a living credible planet it's just you know well you do as it were talking giving realization that moi a the music hearing experience i talked about may have been the planetary sending me wave of reminder because they woke me up to a music form that was much bigger than i ever experienced before and it it informs the kind of music i reach for now which is more vertical music or music to lift consciousness out of over identification with limited life yeah i wanna talk about how you create your music because that as i am listening to it and how in in loving it in experiencing i keep thinking to myself how much of it is composed beforehand and how much of it is flowing out of view in that moment and to add to that question when you what was the process when you were recording with brian iino in studio with your electric zither how organized was the process will although i did go through period of intense organization let's in college those opposing though was my one of my dreams to become a composer and i would sit at this large registry of the right of music news to the piano and hermit and then i would send them off to the library congress to be copyrighted so i went through a period of composition intentional notes cords here and there and not much ever happened to that music ah when i started running energy through sound or channelling music.

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"library congress" Discussed on At The Movies with Arch and Ann

At The Movies with Arch and Ann

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"library congress" Discussed on At The Movies with Arch and Ann

"At the library of congress a morgan freeman the voice of god was rmc george stevens said a few words to my friend andy that's right that god every time you're you're just kind of turned a jolly could used to me read the phone book morgan easa is grab bradley cooper an arsenal christopher now i there you know for a little thirty speech not they're not as they were they were there to jr support for chris as chris no less call chris chris this my buddy cronquist he's very speaking at something this week that what he's at the library congress tonight speaking with carla hayden the library of congress who also said a few words she was fantastic bob carr's alley the current director of f i was wonderful as always and if eyes now also become a film school you know terry alec went there david lynch paul schrader it's a very interesting it's just an interesting oasis of uh valued i remember the terrance malik would not do a project unless george stevens was involved in some way or your stevens yeah that yeah they i mean george producing blasting he purchased for him was thin red line which is fantastic the george stevens junior and and is created this partly to honor his father true the classic film director of course and they had wonderful clip real's last night one one of which ended on swing time which which has acted and that was very cool so it was a rumble ear ear inn i gotcha rome yeah yeah it was just a really uh special night so i was honoured be included.

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"library congress" Discussed on Chat With Traders

Chat With Traders

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"library congress" Discussed on Chat With Traders

"And that that's what he's thinking about he's not plotting out crazy curves and studying dips and and all the rest but he does make an attempt are kind of harvests this this volatility to see if you can do anything with it and his his theories now from what i can gather would would would be what people could have colo kind of constant proportion rebalanced portfolio and the idea that you can rebalance between your cash in your investments in a way that enables you to take advantage of some volatility odd there are people who have done later work on this it's one of those classic cases where chan's unpublished work if he had taken a few steps further probably would have given these people the insights they had later there have been market theorists that have played around this iin economists who played around this later but that's what he was playing around with was portfolio rebalancing as a way to base who had you evolved totally yeah i mean you've got to sink like when he was giving this lecture at things mrta you mentioned about this particular strategy which worked except for when you factored in commission's main commissions back then were extremely harming now you can get them having commissions a very good shape so it's possible is probably some merit to what he was sign i mean is that research of his key foreign that anyway it will also you can find part of it some of it in our book were actually going to publish and i'll share link with you once it's libranoy to publish a longer piece on some of his market iri's and some of his trading theories but no it's actually you know one of the things about shannon is he had so much work that he did that he just never published and this stuff is buried in the library congress who went through 21 boxes of papers at the library of congress and this is just a handful of of notes from that lecturer in an interview he gave with a couple of people about it but honestly it's it's not it's not there and the truth is like he himself acknowledged that.

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"library congress" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"library congress" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"It'll probably be mike shelby chain smoking me mike bitter me he's like ninety two sitting around like garrity aback torino hash rise of atlanta are they talk about better prompt rules actually the most believe it or not i mean i i saw that in season one season to have set of rules as iconic that's like that goes in the library congress from him you know what else is in there being okay uh lula del rio says i'm tired of feuding housewives who refused to film with one another yes you shannon and vicki i remember having to figure out how to work with shitty coworkers any chance andy can work that clause into future contracts i'm convinced the bravo people listen to you so here's hoping they'll pass on this note love you guys so much and i'm so happy that the rest of the bravo universe is finally catching on to your awesomeness heart harker our art heart heart levy lola lola i agree they had to learn how they have to learn how to do that i don't know how they can make a clause about it because like after scheming is about who they willem won't shoot with you know as most of their game plan throughout the seasons but it really is getting bad with orange county bad i mean tam rump the greatest thing about this past week's episode is tam are really did realize like look i haven't that shit ganked yuck i've done nothing this year.

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"library congress" Discussed on GSMC Technology Podcast

GSMC Technology Podcast

01:55 min | 5 years ago

"library congress" Discussed on GSMC Technology Podcast

"It's a trial run basically see how it goes now a lot of companies don't necessarily want you to reverse engineer their products they don't want you to find out hey this car has a vulnerability that could cause the brakes to go out now this is something that they would fix on their own without announcing a publicly but it's still something they don't want you to find out same thing with smart tvs and other smart devices they all vulnerabilities and none of the companies that make them wants you to know about those vulnerabilities personally i think it's a great idea now for me i'm not the average person i would still use it you you have to take a look at the risks and rewards is is it enough more awards and risks you know for example in a car not having any breaks big risk literary ward being able to put additional con a apps on my television big reward little risks in my humble opinion at least now this is nothing new the ftc and library congress have enacted similar legislation in 2014 allowed you to unlock your smartphone however until the day it was illegal to mess with the programs and ucar thermostat a tractor thanks to a strict provisions in the dmc a section twelve a one that even apply to research prohibiting devices security flaws a service it helps both public and manufacturers so basically if there was a flaw they weren't allowed to legally tell you because what they were doing was technically breaking the law and if i remember correctly the dmc a can be a little bit vicious at times now what the d m c a the digital millennium copyright act actually stopped him from doing is mberi two things one of them is like the title says 'copyright this came around a lot because of napster the ventian of online video and a bunch of other things that kind of came around in some giant messy legislation like the dmca.

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