26 Burst results for "Lumine"
Supercharge Your Editing App
"So i think most of us that work with photo management apps are familiar with plug ins many of us probably have plug ins that. We're using right now so on one sense you're just going okay. Plug in a big deal right. Well not exactly exactly so. I've talked about a number plug over the years. Raw power lumine are pixel mater. And they're all very good. And i'm a big fan right now. Raw power of for my infrared work. I just love it. It keeps getting better. However what i want to talk about today is on one effects. Twenty twenty one. Now i have been looking to get on one into this family plug ins that. I recommend for some time. And i've always hit some sort of bump in the road while testing this time and i've been using this plugin now for about six weeks. This time not only did pass all the tests. It has exceeded my expectations. And i'm just going. Yes i finally i get to talk about on one as a legitimate plug in for just about anyone's workflow. And what do i mean by that. Well first of all it works on both windows and mac. Okay so yeah. There's a great start you can plug it in to check out this list. Lightroom photoshop capture one pro. Yes i said. Capture would pro photos for mac. Os paint shop pro in affinity photo. Plus you can use it as a standalone application as well so now there's practically no one in our audience that can't use this plug in with their existing workflow practically no and i'm sure someone's got some interesting stuff going on outside of this window but for the most part i think we're in pretty good shape
Dine-in cinema chain Alamo Drafthouse files for bankruptcy
"On wednesday. Alamo draft house cinema declared bankruptcy and closed its three most underperforming theaters. the texas based chain's location katie remains open as ella reorganizes as part of an asset purchase agreement with former investor altamont capital partners and a new backer fortress investment group. Alamo founder. tim. League is part of the lender group buying the assets and is remaining part of the company. This latest news plays out of course as another houston theater struggles to remain open. Houston's river oaks theatre. The last of the city's still functioning deco era movie houses which screens independent and foreign language films. It's an a dispute with its landlord. Weingarten realty. That's happened before. But this time weingarten might be reacting of course to a bleak outlook for the movie theater industry can the houston landmark negotiated survival. This time here to talk about the fate of river oaks and houston cinema industry are doug harris president of the houston film critics society and houston area film critic and regional correspondent for variety and writer for cowboys and indians magazine. Joe layden doug joe welcome. Good morning joe. Let me start with this. Latest news just breaking yesterday that alamo draft house reorganizing and being sold under chapter eleven bankruptcy protection if anything. Are you surprised. This did not happen sooner. Well i think alamo draft house has fought the good fight all during the lockdown But you know you can only hold out for so long and i. I have my hopes. Up that alamo will be able to keep the doors open but again you know you and i had this discussion near the beginning of the lockdown. And you know like people ask me. We'll movie theaters reopened. And i forget. We'll all movie theaters reopened. No doug of course. This is an industry wide decline. A massive one as the pandemic has led most folks to to watch movies at home. We've seen major studios and streaming services an independent producers alike focusing their attention on trying to recoup their investments by releasing films primarily through streaming. Does this put river oaks in an even more precarious situation than in past lease disputes. Absolutely but at the same time. This is slightly different. I have to say that. The alamo draft house was one of my favorite movie watching experiences. I love everything. they've done. Landmark just has a little bit of an edge here when you take in the history. The architecture the setting. It's just a different vibe to it. And and everybody can't have a home could either and people should not see movies on their phones and laptops when there are other so certainly things are slightly different. They the glaring lumine. Doom of the pandemic is is making it tougher. But that makes it all the more worth fighting. For
Seattle to open more permanent COVID-19 vaccination sites in Rainier Beach, West Seattle, Lumen Field Event Center
"Seattle is setting up permanent mass vaccination sites at the lumine field events center also in rainier beach and west seattle seattle mayor. Jenny durkan says the expansion will reach thousands more vulnerable residents each week and thousands more with enough supplies. And i spoke with mayor durkan about this expansion and why it is so needed here. Despite the fact that seattle was the first to kind of experienced both hospitalization deaths of covid because of the hard work sacrifices that the businesses and residents have made we have for the top thirty cities or so in america the lowest level of disease in hospitalization and part of the reason for that is. We're able to stand up just a first in class testing system. We wanna first in class vaccination system and so we're building the infrastructure to make permanent some of our vaccinations sites and to be able to be one of the first cities in the country to vaccinate all of its residents that need to be vaccinated and of course it requires us to get a steady dose of the vaccines. But it's looking like we will in some very excited. They will make a couple of our vaccination sites permanent We'll stand up a mass vaccination site and we'll open additional sites as time permits well. We're the new mass vaccination site you're talking about coming online. The new the new mass vaccination side is going to be what's now called. Bloomfield used to be centurylink people. Think of where the seahawks play. And how about what's going to be going on at the rainier beach and west seattle facilities those way. We'll make the rainier beach and west seattle facilities permanent vaccine sites It's incredibly important just to be able to reach all parts of our community particularly those who've been hardest hit by the virus and we know clearly from the data that Our communities of color in particular have been hit by cove not just the health impacts but the economic impact and the health impacts have been significantly disproportionate. So i'm very excited. We'll be able to keep that rear beach Facility open and have it as a permanent vaccine location and also very excited that we can keep west seattle open because as you know not only are the number of underserved communities in that area but it also because the west seattle bridge it's access to other parts of the city has been significantly diminished. So we've got to bring the vaccine to the people that need it absolutely. You mentioned the communities of color. Do you know what the vaccination rates are looking like when it comes to inoculating these communities much more percentage of the population. Getting the disease and much lower portion. Actually getting the vaccines. That's why the city of seattle has stepped up and are are. We are really providing that equity lens or vaccinations and really proud of seattle fire department. And all the work. They've done but very proud of the community based organizations who have stood up helped us implement a program so that we've been able to do pop up clinics in the communities for those who've been under served and seventy percent of the vaccinations that we've been able to deliver have been to buy pock community. We're really pushing with our community. Based partners to get those people who might not have access to healthcare. They might be hesitant to get the vaccine or have language barriers and by doing that. We're we're reaching the people that that are most vulnerable and need the vaccine. Will you mentioned hesitancy in the groups that you've had discussions with we've heard a lot about this certain communities of color just being simply afraid to get given the us history and medical practices here in our country. But do you really think it's an issue or are we just talking about lack of access to the vaccine. So i think it is both i think right now because we are in the period where they're scarcity. We're working hard to make sure that we get the shots arms and and and getting them to the right people so using the lens for that soon. I think we will have enough vaccine to deliver. And then we'll have to shift to try to get people who would be hesitant to come. You have to remember that. For the last four years the federal government waged war against are immigrants and refugees. It's hard to then turn on a dime and tell them they can now trust government. And so that's why it's very important to have community based partners that people that speak the language or that are trusted messengers and has the new mapping tool created by the university of washington helped you achieve these goals or is there something more that can better serve these bypass communities the tool has been very helpful because it gives us the actual data showing Vice zip code where the disease is most prevalent and so we can see using that tool that we have not been able to reach some of the communities most at risk for the disease that helps us target zip codes but we still need the community based partners who can work with people that they trust to get them to the vaccine sites.
Trickbot is Down But Not Out
"So what are. What are the efforts. Been to take trick but down and how has how people running. That net responded one of the things that i sort of want to get ahead of two is. Our data suggests that This review campaign is not in re in response to trick takedown efforts. We saw domains Being registered in august for this campaign Certificates and servers being stood up a couple days prior to the first trick bought disruption Now i think it's a little silly to say that they're not related. You know if you're preparing to I guess engage with someone in a you know wreck your car or something like that. You're going to be more aggressive. I would imagine. But i don't think it's one to one trick Trick take downs led to this. The first of these A us government entity is alleged I don't know if anyone from that area or that entities confirmed but they pushed in a in a very clever way Pushed faked configuration updates to trick of victims effectively. Cutting them off from the botnets. Which was i think. I think it's been a little bit undersold. How cool that is. They were able. They knew enough about how this maller operated function. You know we're able to be their government entity They have the legal right to do this. Compromise at least some portion of their network and their infrastructure to then push these fake updates to effectively poison the their implants. It's fun it's funny calling it a takedown attempts because when it really did is severed ongoing intrusions to me is a little bit more effective If you have like a day to do something because we've seen over time is really really tricky cutting off current infections and buying those victims some time who knows how many more ransomware incidents we'd be looking at in late october early november had that not occurred And i think that that occurred on september. Twenty second in the next couple of weeks after that Microsoft put out legal proceedings that they basically went to a judge and got the rights to seize a trick dot command and control servers. Initially this was just in the us but microsoft's lawyers seem pretty good and they were able to sort of lead what what was an industry coalition Lumine and e set and symantec on. Fsi sack was also involved To push all that grab identified you know trick bots both tier one and plugging infrastructures. Which are sort of the initial communication and customer management infrastructure and then sort of The secondary infection management infrastructure to add plug ins move laterally etc. They were able to seize roughly ninety six percent of the botany of botnets command and control servers which turns out to be a pretty limited number. Compared say you know older or bigger botnets which again is they did this on a Pretty interesting Legal reasoning in that dietrich authors had abused microsoft trademarks in their code which is pretty unique and and it seems to be a clever legal way of being able to action against these actors and again i i know that some our industry have a sort of said that this effort hasn't been effective. I would argue that. It has taken down. I don't think that microsoft and e said these other companies have sat around and said you know try this. I think that it's a calculated move and so in in the wake of that you know. Obviously that probably meant a number of you know their control. command control. infrastructure is messed up for lack of a better term It probably meant a loss a number of infections and so from that. We've seen the botnets Battle back a microsoft themselves stated that odd they don't expect the botnets disappear they expect a fight and so we've seen trick Back to a command and control infrastructure. That wasn't taken down and some of their They've created more infrastructure but they're pushing it out at a much slower rate than they were before when they've been trying to spread and you know get new infections since this on predominantly through email spam they have at is another very very large. You know one. Of the most prolific spam senders in the world. They they sell access as a service and in a lot of instances. Since the trick takedown efforts began Email ted has been observed dropping trotz usually or historically there have been anywhere from thirty to forty servers embedded into trick bots configuration So it's an encrypted file that trick about reads once it executes on victim host and then tries to connect to one after another to see you know if any are online and then once they're online they sort of get instructions from there and then you go about their their evil business. What's changed is as a number of those servers have been taken off. Line the amount of services that we've seen included in every configuration has dropped significantly I think it dropped to a minimum of around twelve servers And then jump back up to around sixteen. The last time. I checked i was about two days ago. What's interesting about including all those servers is that it does tip to us. They at least that they have some amount of control left on the servers. They've they've played a little bit with the protocol that they use to communicate They've used Instead of traditional servers they've used a tour onion sites of the alleged dark web server not available Not accessible normal web browser but requires using a tour browser or a tour based connection to connect to it using that as a fallback command and control channel. And so it's been it's been pretty interesting watching them scramble. The sort of piecemeal their botnets back together.
20 Minutes About Hacking Your Metabolism
"Why don't you introduce yourself and told our listeners a bit about yourself as far as human benchmarking for having very happy to. Peter. So lady bid about the let's start with lumine what he doesn't. Actually do so with built is probably the first real time feedback on attrition. So to think about what you have in terms of solutions to help you manage fishing today, you have diets have nutritionists and you have a lot of. Online and you have several tools to help you understand your microbiome and so forth. But in a way, there is no real feedback loop that can help you on a daily basis reflects in see what you've been doing well in what you haven't been doing well to change your nutrition to support your healthy metabolism, which is actually lumens. Go Rhino, we developed tool. Looks, in basically analyzed the CO two in your breath and by doing that, it assesses whether your body is currently using facts or fuel or cards for Jill. It's a different paradigm batteries. It's basically understanding. Okay. Are Calories being burned but what is the fuel source is actually feeding? Those was calories that you're burning whether when you're working outdoor, not just to live. Driver body and based on that metric by picking on a daily basis, you breathe into the device you see what's happening take a lot of father data points that the that we get if it's from integrations to Google fake help kids. And other devices and we provide you with a daily personality advance. So it really tells you how many macro issue should be having. We focus mainly on carbs. What is your capacity to absorb carbs in the right way today how many carbs you should be eating, and once you follow that plan and you come the morning after and you take a measurement you see that you manage to start to make make a change you wanna see body burning fats in the morning. So this is kind. Of a not in a nutshell how would somebody's metabolism differ from one another? Like do we metabolize cops differently? So there are many many differences between people but generally sticking a healthy body image, polically flexible body will wake up using fats mainly for fuel because assuming you haven't been eating for the past six hours, you've been fast six seven hours because you've been sleeping your body. That's night time is the time for the body to make that transition to fat-burner and so if you're waking up. On Burn probably means that you've been eating well, not too much in the past few days probably enough carbs that again, not to launch in the past two, three days sleeping well also gets your body to do that transition lack of stress and vice versa. So if you're not sleeping where you ate very late at night, she break alcohol or you blocked her body ability to do that switch to fat burning because alcohol anthrax allies in deliver in. So all all the fun stuff in life but. The that are damaging stressing to your body will get you to wake up on carbon. You'll morning, which is something you want to be fixing. Yeah. Of course, particularly bad metabolism are completely inhibiting actually your metabolism Wyatt's by livers forcing alcohol exactly at the body treats alcohol as poison base. Yeah. I'd. So it will I tend to that than metabolize alcohol, and this will have to process will happen in the liver, but the liver is also crucial for fat metabolism right so produce energy from fats. That's. That's where you need your liver to functioning right and so I kind of have a good idea when a wake up. Okay. Did I have too many cops maybe the night before or like some other bad behaviors maybe not enough sleep. What about throughout the day like what kind of can I expect like after having had lunch for example, right? So so swimming, let's say that your lunch with. Rich with carbs you should. You would see a spike in shift towards CARB USAGE which is okay. That the insulin is secreted the sugar gets into your blood and from the blood to the cells themselves, your cells will be using sugar. So so it's not just something we measure after after meals we offer are used to measure APPs for meals to see their metabolism is flexible. So candidate make that shift from fat burn to two cards, but still also different opportunities different. Than moments during the day that you can actually that metric can be also super insightful. So if you want to see if you're you're ready for specific a high intensity workouts you have planned. So so understanding if your body is using fat cards at the moment, because your life is in stores are full or because he just ate today or your post meal that's where you. WanNa see your body on carbon before an intense workout after workout, you can also see that shift to fat burn if that was learn again. So there are more opportunities to to take measurements you can. You can assess your fasting regiment. So basically, you're doing time restricted eating or any type of intermittent fasting the body can get into the Baltic stress in that process, right? Some kinds your body is not efficient. It's not the more you fast necessarily the better in. So we help people identify the point where they're they're fasting is not really efficient. Any more because everybody is now releasing like agenda shifting to burn even if they are not really, they haven't eaten anything. So that's another opportunity in another point in time where that metric be super insightful people.
Ear Hustle Extra: Summer Listening
"As, you know we're between seasons right now. We will be back September ninth with season six, so we're dropping into your feed today. Impart to recommend some other things to listen to why ear hustle is way, and we'll get to those in a minute first though we have to talk about covert nineteen in California prisons since our last episode at the beginning of June the virus, which had already broken out at other prisons in California hit San Quinn Heart. I am Fine New York. Thomas I'm calling from the epicenter of Kovic Fit. And now flock of fan plan, and you didn't get the CO host shit this season. I na this cool indoor. And then could we were supposed to be. Recording episode Friday on a Friday and we didn't finish. Doing Monday when I come back. Early on I, hate hearing that. I remember that I was supposed to go back in, but I was actually really scared I was going. Bring the virus in and then a few days later San Quinton barred visitors anyway, and it stayed covert free at least for a while, and the cold is. We were assuming if covy had got into San Quentin. It would be staff that brought it in because once volunteers like me. Me Stopped going in staff pretty much. The only people going from the outside in, but that's not what happened in May busloads of prisoners from California Institution for men where there were a bunch Kobe. Cases were transferred to San Quinn. It was meant to reduce crowding as see I M and slow down the outbreak there before long cases at San Quentin started to skyrocket Roussin, cellmate tested positive. Moving, but they moved so many people man they ran out of lumine isolation ran out of room and all of pictures back there, so he got stuck in. leaving. It would be for like another five days before find out I. Get my results in the mail file positive already. When did you find out or I had a clue before they tested because I had a bag man in the lead with those Colbert. report him because I want to report them. It gets fit to where everybody got over that and definitely did it. But I knew some funny with that. Headache pounded for six days. I've never had nothing to sleep in those days and then smell newest bad, and so when the results came back, I wasn't surprised. Right now I'm good, only thing I feel right now. Is that my nose a little bit congestion, but I'm over in. New York is thankfully doing okay, but the situation Quinton is dire as we're recording this on July fifteenth CDC are is reporting thirteen hundred active cases of corona virus in San. Quinn there's nearly seven hundred other guys who did test positive, but have recovered together. That's more than half the population San. Quinn and the CDC are has confirmed ten indesit San Quentin caused by corona virus. The prison is on lockdown. Guys are in their sales twenty four hours a day every. Every three days they get out to use showers and phone, and we really helpless out here, but we're trying to do something. Your Hustle is partnering with the Prison University. Project and helping to raise funds to send care packages to every person inside San Quentin, and also to help feed the staff and nudge when I told New York about this on the phone, his requests was at more food at more food. They needed. Bro Like people need it. They're definitely it'll. Make sure it's fool. Definitely another one that's. All food. That the another one that's about to come through, so you say mainly food. And full man fool fool fool. Because of the lockdown. Guys aren't working right now, so they aren't getting that small bit of money that helps them buy food at canteen, and instead of going to the chow whole. They're getting food delivered to their sales in boxes. Soul instead of hot food is crackers, bread, chips Baloney and that type of shit all day, so other food is really important. Man What else what? What are you seeing me? Like. For me, I'm going through anxiety like I can't. I can't pay I work out my study all day every day on the bottom of my face. He's Cool I love him, but he needs to go from straight, so we need some. Time but I'm going to do that right now. the sad man. It's just like all the time to be in prison right now. Friend Steve Champion has been sick to. refers. Three days I had a headache to allow myself laying down. You know at school you know. What What a blanket on the floor and I find myself, laimbeer. And I'm sleeping all the way into breakfast and make today after sleeping it. Long time I'm still tired and I'm cold. I lost my sense of pace, but not my sense of smell and term flood of food to full game so absolutely horrible. I could eat. Just couldn't eat. You know. And so You know I'm just glad that you know. that. Yeah cut him off. Man All right well. That was Our good friend. Steve Champion has been on death row for. Like thirty seven thirty eight years. And he's still up there and right now with the Kobe. Watching people pass on. Out of times, you know I I'd be sitting here like who I'm glad I in in prison or more glad everything worked out in twenty eighteen. Governor Brown seems to release me goes. My brothers in there you know displaying the sentence so I knew I would have been there displaying them, and probably fell out so I'm I'm pretty glad that I'm not in that. Environment and I mean a totally different environment right now.
Likudnt: Israels political crisis
"In Israel just last month. Benyamin Netanyahu was celebrating a strong showing by his Likud party in parliamentary elections. He had been forced to call an early poll as he faced a raft of corruption allegations, his victory seemed like a vote of confidence by the Israeli people. And he grinned ingredient cheering crowds on election night, but all has not gone smoothly since Israel has many political parties and mister Netanyahu has struggled to build the coalition he needs to form a government. He called publicly on one party leader. His former defense minister of eager Lieberman to join him. Let's through this of net, the victim liberal, unfortunately, until this moment, including tonight, I didn't manage to complete a victory Lieberman to avoid elections. But whoever looks at the reality that we need to be responsible and former government immediately those please failed. So a few minutes after midnight, the Israeli parliament, the Knesset voted to dissolve it. So for reports from Israel for the economist and recently wrote a book about mister Netanyahu. And this is just thirty days after it was sworn in seven weeks after Laos election in. This is unprecedented in his right. But it'd go history. And why it's been so difficult to, to build a coalition Netanyahu proclaimed victory, because his block of right wing, religious parties had a majority of five seats in the Knesset. So it seemed that he had one. However, to make that victory reality needed to get all those policies cooperating together in one coalition and one issue the issue of the draft of Sheva students, students in religious seminaries proved so prove so contentious that one of the parties demanded the law on this. We should be ready drafted the previous be passed as literally, without changing, a comma, while some of the religious parties in the coalition demanded major changes to the law, and the prime minister. Currently so prime minister, who was very eager to begin his fifth tablet, prime minister couldn't bridge those differences. So what happens now? So what should have happened last night at midnight was with Netanyahu deadline on the tiny allocated to him to form the coalition up sewing else you've received the opportunity to, to form a coalition by his Rayleigh low, but there was also, there's those close into never been used with specifies that dissolved the whole process of foreign governments stops and the country goes back to the polls, and that is the closet into Neo used and therefore in three and a half months Israel will be held another election. And meanwhile, mister Netanyahu is under investigation on corruption allegations. How will that then play out in the current absence of government and the potential for a different one was really Mr. Gatien's ready been wraps up, and the attorney general has tentatively decided to indict into now on bribery and fraud in through? In, in those three investigations Mosul efforts over the last few weeks when he should have been trying to solve this problem between his coalition partners was trying to get the parties to agree to vote on various pieces of legislation, which would grant him immunity from prosecution and would shield him from any intervention of the high court in that decision. That is now that has now been shelved those pieces of today's another go ahead. Certainly not until the election, and another government is formed, assuming wins the next election form that government. So he's lost very valuable time for him. And in that time the hearing. Harry's. It will proceed and there's a chance that before the attorney general decides to, to indict attending and to charge them in court for bribery, he, he won't have any relation in place. It to shield him has steadfastly denied the allegations ever since the investigations begun over three years ago. He said, there's nothing in them, but step after step it turned out that there is some serious evidence, which led to form investigation. But now he's instead of is standing up in court against he's trying to vade any kind of you say this situation is unprecedented. And, you know, everyone would have expected that mister Netanyahu could have formed, a government does the fact that he hasn't suggest that, perhaps his rivals smell blood and are positioning themselves for power. Well, certainly Evita Lumine the leader of small, nationalist secular, particle, Estrella bay, taint, Israel, our home, who demanded that. The law be. Passed. And that was the reason why there is no code Asian. He says he felt that he could challenge the two now. And see his calculation is that now is, is going down eventually and therefore, there's no reason for him to be a member. His coalition is ready staking out, new ground in the right wing for the in the post tenure era. So he's, he's the first major is right wing politician, Israel to openly challenge. It's in recent years, and they'll be others who will follow him, if there is this large group of parties. Why is Mr. LeBron Lieberman ended up as the king-maker here? Well, the there was nothing, you know, block of parties had a majority of five seats, those five seats, a walked LeBron's party without those five seats than the majority, and what about the peace process? Jared Kushner is is in the country with this US led plan in hand on solving is really Palestinian issues. But there's no government for. Him to talk to. Well, we've got used to the fact that the Trump administration delaying disposing the unveiling of its much way to peace plan. But now that finally have gone out to this piece for spiritedly workshop beret next month. I doubt that they'll delay once again due to the political turmoil in Israel. It's mainly anyway, for the Americans to get together with our bed regimes and work out some kind of economic offense not yet, the ethical stage of, of, of the Trump, and if we ever get to that stage, that stage will will probably be postponed due to these Rayleigh election. Right. And how do you think the, the election will go? Do you, do you think that mister Netanyahu will be able to form a coalition the next time around? It's wouldn't election two months ago. He didn't manage to take that victory and, and China into a function government, but he, he, he wouldn't the right wing religious, bodies one majority, which was not known large one, but it was pretty clear. And it's difficult to see the opposition overturning that this point. But we're in uncharted territory. Now we've never had a second election in the same year's election held just only five months after the previous one. And there's also this new rift within the right wing have a right wing party. Basically saying that Netanyahu, dreitzer, former government, he failed, and now we probably won't be sporting in the future. So there's a sort of shift in the political map in Israel, which which will have to wait and see how that pans out. Thank you very much for your time.
"lumine" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast
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"lumine" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"And then you're like, you know, what I don't even really care anymore that that happens a lot, you know, I haven't had sex in almost a year has sex change to something not fucking blow your mind. Awesome. Screw up your whole fucking life itunes better. Now, right. I don't think I have fucked with my life so much over sex, and you guys have shrugging over good sex. But there it's you you're not it's you're not always going to have good set. No. You not you know, it's a gamble either way. So I think sometimes you make a plan, and then somebody ends up canceling because they're like, you know, what I wanted it. But I don't want it at enough to spend the whole evening together and paid for your drink. These people are all very boring. Can I say that I think everybody's bearing everybody's foreing? Nobody's worth it. I'm not flying for dick. I'm I'm not gonna leave my house for dick. You can come home or I like this. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah me. Yeah. Give fuck. I like it the you should have like open house hours. I will. And it's going to be inconvenient. It's going to be between eleven and three. Yes, you say like no cheese plate, but I will have grapes. If you wanna bring cheese and crackers and feed the greats yet to me. Yes. She is Emily Lumine. She's a fine young woman C suite what is happening out there. I have a lot of great quality. She's great qualities. We just super hot. Thank you. You're hot. You wear your pussy on your sleeve. Jerk off condiments and your off time. I yeah. Oh, yeah. No since exciting as for ten does. She should see a doctor and get her ph balanced checkout on what's happening down there. But this is thick. But but I'm still sorry that this has happened. I'm just always always flowing stuff is not always flown for everybody. Wow. You're. You're really into yourself right now. It's going this is not an into yourself thing you so you're always flowing. Like right now, if you weren't wearing pants be dripping down your leg, I saw her taking a bath. Once there was no water down. You can follow Emily on Twitter at Luba nation, so exciting same
"lumine" Discussed on WTVN
"Put your keys our Lumine of oil line to box this way, crooks who can duplicate your car's key fob signaled a few seconds. They just can't drive your car away. And you can thank me later for that. Are let's talk about nest cams. Yeah. Here's something new families nest security Cam was hacked, and some intruder was speaking to them in foul language. I'm kidding. Not new seems to be happening every single week in the news like we had a Texas in hacker threatened to kidnap a couple's baby. And there was the other hacker tone guy in Arizona to get better passwords, and let's not forget about the California family where a person on the other end of the nez Cam told him America was under attack by North Korea. Well, here we go again this time in Illinois man heard. A deep voice coming from his seven months old babies room. And when he walked in this person talking through the next cameras using obscenities and doing everything could taunt the guy own. Apparently, this cyber-crooks not only had access to the camps. But also the nest thermostat so he decided to kick the temperature up to about ninety degrees. So just like everything else that has happened to people with Ness cams. They unplug their cameras and they call nest and then call the police and nest says that the cameras are getting half because people are using the same password for multiple accounts. So don't be that person. Don't be done every device Riyan line count is a unique hard to remember pastor. But how would you feel if you were suddenly told? That your next guard security system. Well now you can start using the microphone was Google assistant. Whoa. What did you say that my Nessie security system microphone now works with Google assistant? You didn't even know that you're necessarily system had a microphone. Well, that's how you found out is they cure could use Google assistant new voice commands, but it used to require a separate device, but not anymore because nest pushed down and update that would allow you to start using that microphone. So it depends on your outlook whether you're creeped out or geeked out that your security systems secretly had a hidden microphone listening all along. I mean, it totally reminds me the last time I was in Greece. And also in Italy. I don't know if you've noticed I started looking around, and I thought to myself now, this is really something the United States, we have cameras and surveillance systems and microphones. In European cities. I'm sure you've seen if you've been there, you know, women they stand out on the porch, and they survey, and they know everything that happens in the neighborhood. And finally, a big name.
"lumine" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum
"Go ahead. Recommedations aces, Asians, I'm going to recommend Mary Poppins returns, which was wonderful delightful. Everything if you like the original you'll like this one Lumine Wilma Rondos, also minute, Emily blunt is also really really good and really fun in Mary Poppins, e and the kids are good, and yeah, it's a great movie. The lakeville even. Even all right. Pat recommends Mary Poppins I'm trying to think of anything I have consumed from the culture what you'd think be a lot since I've been on my couch for like two weeks straight. And yet. No, I can't think of anything got them. It was trying to get out of it. And even. The ass just to anything from your list, and I find that acceptable. Yeah. I will I will recommend Brooklyn nine again. Nice. Because it's on a roll I second that recommendation. Anyway, right to pop culture continuum at g mail dot com. Right is at pop culture. Continuance Email dot com. Wait. What is that? What I just said yams as emphasizing. Oh, thanks. It needed. I kinda deadened voice. I thought you're going to say it all and I was gonna emphasize like the inside of my soul. I can't remember anything else. Like Facebook rate is very highly tunes and read a review and most importantly, tell your friends to listen, maybe if Pat can do it. We'll do our best songs twenty eighteen next week. I'm guessing pet can't do it. We'll see what happens if not prove me wrong kids. Prove me wrong. Look up a something else. Joke. Get it until next time. Goodbye, everybody goodbye.
Brilliant announces HomeKit integration for its sleek ‘Control’ smart home hub
"In your home is an open conduit for spies and hackers. We will is using the new system at home kit to their mini smart plug, and we modem and also for the new light switches, so these which is look like switches, which is great for the less tech savvy people in your life who never seemed to remember which lights are smart. And so turn them. Off at the source. So you can't turn them on with your voice or with your tech. Even better there's a three way option for your lights that for example, turn on and off both at the entryway and down the hall, something that just wasn't possible with simple switches coming sometime this spring or summer thirty nine ninety nine for the single and forty nine ninety nine for the triple eve systems has an eighteen hundred Lumine ambience color strip that you can buy and build on and something I intend to pick up right away a three plug power strip with full on surge protection, the wifi enabled no hub required. Connect sense smart outlet to which offers to plugs and a USB charging port and fits in any standard, North American outlet rock. You can get it in both fifteen amps and twenty amps. So yeah, you can Siri on or Syria all your appliances big ass air conditioner on no pricing. But it's coming sometime in the first half of this year. Quick set has the premise touchscreen deadbolt, which I really really like because in addition to the app and Siri it has a secure screen which makes it safe and easy to Kiko. Odur self in it throws up some random digits for you to tap. So sneaky sneaks can't just look for smudges that indicate your actual code keys comes out this year for two nine. There's also the Myton Abba, which works with European style. Multi point locking doors, which are terrific esscalation in home security, also filed by the UK police, which means yeah. Coppers actually tried to break into them a modular system. The lock will be available starting in may minimal is also doing something super clever with smart video doorbell rather than recording to the cloud, which always makes privacy advocates kinda cringe record to an ST card. And if you want your personal dropbox, it's also got a bunch of clever. Gotcha features for anyone that tries to tamper with it. Like sensing of someone tries to move it and sending you a quick set of snaps as to who it might be. They've also got a smart indoor air quality, monitor to measure, air, humidity temperature and noise without needing to be mounted to the wall, which is great for people who rent rather than buy. And then there's the Nanno leaf canvas which. Everything the kids love about the triangles and squares them up in a way that should appeal to a much wider Cal, maybe even older audience. They've got an entirely new finish. But the same great colors and pattern potentials with all new touch triggers and interactivity the starter smarter pack comes with eight light squares one control square for two hundred and forty dollars. Now, remember that cool new home kit software integration system, I mentioned at the beginning. It's yet another example of bits being able to make Adams far more than they ever ever could alone. If you wanna get involved in that in everything and machine learning and neural networking, and you can spare just five minutes a day, then you should check out brilliance new daily problems. Here's the really cool part. Each problem provides you with the context and framework that you need to tackle it. So that you learn the concepts by applying them if you like the daily problem, then there's more like in the quiz on the left. So you can explore the concepts in great detail and develop your framework, if you're confused and need more guidance. You can join the community. And discuss the problems, and that's your doorway to well, everything. So what are you waiting for go to brilliant dot org slash vector and finish your day a little bit smarter everyday. Thanks brilliant. And thanks to all of you for supporting the show videos of future past said that at the beginning and part of the reason for it is that there are even more kit twenty nine thousand announcements to come after this video goes live and breaking as of right now airplay to support and even home kit from a bunch of television manufacturers somewhere cool stuff from some of the biggest names in the business, including. I can't say yet because there's still under embargo. But what I can do is add them to a sticky comment right at the top as they come in. So you can check back and see absolutely everything that gets announced at CAS. And in the meantime, let me know what you're looking forward to from home kit
"lumine" Discussed on The Digital Story
"Tools that we get with light room or with capture when pro in terms of being able to add meta data to the fire. While during the import process, and in fact, the import processes, very basic, you're not even giving away to give it a custom folder name or any of that sort of stuff. You do have four options and two of them are date options in other words year month, and then you're month day folders that it can put in there. Now, you can rename folders once they're in Lumine are. But it I think it's a little bit awkward at the moment to not have a nice clean way to import off a memory card to be able to admit a data into be able to create a custom location within the application for those files to go. So the way that I bring files in is that I just go ahead and bring them into the finder. I put them in my finder structure the way that I wanna give the folder the name that I want, and then I put that folder inside the watch folder that luminaires three is looking at. And then the application autumn. Manically updates the library paint on the application the minute. I put anything in that watch folder the application updates it. So the process, for instance, for bringing stuff in from a memory card is that I just bring it into the computer. I put it in a folder. I named the folder what I want. According to my folder, naming convention drop that in the watched luminaries library folder, and then autumn actually shows up in the application. And so I, you know, I want that improved. I want the importing from a memory card improves. So that I can do some stuff at keywords admitted to add copyright information. That kind of stuff during the import that's something that I like to see a sooner than later, and then there are some bugs in the application right now. I know this for a fact because I'm the moderator for the sky them photography public group on Facebook. I get to see, you know, a lot of the issues that. That people are facing with this new application, and there are definitely some bugs one of the bugs has affected me, which is my RAF aisles from my Fuji film except ten crashed the application so every time I go to not so much thumbnail browsing. But if I double click on it to bring it up, you know, full image as if going to edit or something, then it will crash the app, you know, that's been the bug that I've experienced people have experienced the bugs or some other raw files, there's all sorts of little stuff going on. Now, I know that the engineering team for skylon is working very hard to squash. As many of those bugs that have come up. So there are bugs. And I think that most of the major bugs are both windows. Knack should be handled in the next couple updates and they're working very hard on that. So I think that will be handled fairly quickly. I I would say even by. Time we get to mid January. A lot of these issues will probably be addressed. So then we get on to you know, the features himself and where is this application going? My belief is that this application is going to become for many, people an alternative to light room alternative to other digital asset managers. And I think what skyline is going to do is that they are going to continue to go down the basic path that they're on right now, which is have this MIR the structure that's on an external hard drive or on your computer hard drive or a combination of them right because you can have a folder images on your local drive. You can have folders for images on external drive in luminaires three libraries can manage all of those you know, they can manage those separate things. And if you disconnect the external drive that has the master images for one of the folders and Lumina. With libraries you can still do star ratings..
"lumine" Discussed on The Digital Story
"But then you're given this other section the album section that is totally virtual and you can play all you want without any effect anywhere else. Other than within the album itself. So those are very nice. And again, this is definitely a benefit. If you've just been doing finder based organization, you don't have the sort of virtual thing, you have to make copies and do separate folders and all that don't have to do that in luminary three. You do have albums and then they have shortcut albums in the shortcut albums operate. A lot of different ways one is by date. So the meta data from your files are being read and then shortcut albums are created. So you can look at two thousand seventeen you see all the months airy have all that kind of stuff. So if you remember that you went to Hawaii in July. Why of two thousand eighteen then you go the July two thousand eighteen in the in the shortcuts area, and you can find all of your Hawaii shots. They also have shortcuts for pictures of recently edited shortcuts for favorites, you know, that kind of stuff. So this again is a virtual airy in the sense that it's reading the application is reading data one way or another either data that you just applied within the app such as marking as a favourite or data that came in with the file itself such as excess data and then creating shortcuts for you something again that you don't get at the finder level. Now the area that I'm most pleased with when I think about Lumine or three with libraries is that is solved. One major problem for me with Limonov. And you've heard me talk in the past those of you that have been following me when I discuss them in our is that there. Are two ways basically to use. The software one is as a plug in for light room Photoshop aperture, or as an editing extension for photos for MAC OS. And when you use it as a plug in or an editing extension super convenient. I do it all the time. I use it from within photos. So I'm in photos. I wanna do so lunar stuff to it. I use the editing extension. It opens up in the looming our interface, I do my stuff. And then when I click safe changes, I'm returned to photos, and all those changes to the file appear. Now, the problem with that has been that if I'm working with layers and doing all sorts of different stuff when I'm in the lunar interface. Then all of that gets flattened into the file when it comes back into the host application photos or light rumor Photoshop, and if I wanted to go back and work more on that image than I'm starting with a flat image. I don't have all my layers. I don't have the history. They don't have all that stuff because that was part of the round trip having all that compress into one file, and then you know, putting back in my digital asset manager. So what I would have to do in the old days before luminaires three is then open the file as a free standing file and other words use aluminum as a standalone application, so I would either export the image out of an existing app or pick it off my hard drive dropping on to luminary do my stuff..
"lumine" Discussed on Squatch Smashers Comedy Podcast
"If you could see the answers in the natural environment getting ready to recap the adventures of the last show in order to bring the audience up to speed on the proceedings of the narrative, they preen and prance vocally in an effort to do in another and attractive female announcer blissfully unaware that end ounces like us spawn asexually as an sesame because as a general rule females do not go for this kind of nonsense. Wait. I guess we are blissfully unaware. Now. Are we this story rings true up and down the scale moves made moping runs through the opening our attempted? But there is no score. Sure there is. But my voice is deep. It'd be just it s turning the ladies whatev-, whatever the code into puddles of the us. My point exactly illustrated to t- by your fumbling and bump. When was the last time, you have gone up and down with a lady in a salubrious fashion. All the time. Mo- is you know? Salou briquets meeting. Doing what exactly please use aloe? Cuche Chion while describing the up and down action. I don't have to answer to you. Good evening, Mr.. And MRs northern south podcast, listening demographic and all ships at sea form the planes, which are near the scene. This just all announcers are in cells repeat for those of you out. Perking listening in on always all announcer audience else. In-cell whatever that is. I'm not that. Can we just can we recap the last episode, please I would like to move on? It's for in voluntarily Solomon on Lumine is as evident as it is legendary if one were to open the book of legends and look up and down low on would see a picture of this announced in that puddle of tears before we can go up and down the annals of our recent history. We have to talk about real gem. Be D presents network of shows. Syndicated nightmares? Every Wednesdays indicated nightmares. Takes a deep. Dive into an episode of freddy's nightmares..
BrainStuff Classics: Why Do We Fart?
"In two thousand and four in a tiny town. A young woman named Rebecca Gould was brutally murdered nearly fifteen years later her killer is still on the loose. It's just really surreal walking around. Don't mention so much. Guys out there yell. I'm Katherine towns, and this is Helen gone catch new episodes by subscribing at apple podcasts or on the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcasts. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff. I'm Lauren Volvo bomb, and I've got another classic episode for you today in it. Our former host Christian Sager answers, a basic yet nonetheless burning question, why do we fart? Rain stuff. It's Christian Sager. So in the late eighteen hundreds there is this French guy and his name was lapel Mon, and he was one of the stars of Moulin Rouge, people would come from far and wide just to watch this guy fart. Yeah. To watch him fart, lapenne them on you see was a professional flatulence, which as it turns out is still sort of thing. And certainly it's a dream job for some. But if you want to move out of the ranks of amateur windbreakers, an into those stinking hallowed halls of the professionally flatulent, you will need to know if thing or two about farts, like what are they why do they happen? And why do they smell so bad? Well, first things first everyone farts every single person. Yes. You to listening to this. You do to to not far would be medically fascinating and probably dangerous on average. Most people are passing about one. Leader of gas a day spread out over thirteen to wait for it. Twenty one incidents. That's Twenty-one separate times in one day, the composition of a fart varies widely. But usually what we're smelling is something that's mostly nitrogen along with oxygen carbon dioxide and even methane. This gas itself comes from several sources the air you swallow gas that enters your intestines from your bloodstream and so on but about seventy five percent of your farts are created in your lower intestine. And unfortunately, not by you see the bacteria living inside you right now, they comprise a micro Buyum all of their own. And when we say, it's intricate. We mean it so intricate that David Attenborough could make a documentary about it these bacteria form this thriving empire with billions of tiny separate organisms living inside their host. And that's you. They're living with you. And symbiosis. Now flatulence occurs when food passes through your stomach and small intestine without fully breaking down. So what does this mean, this means that the food hits the large intestine in an undyed jested state? So for example, let's look at lactose which is present in dairy products like milk and cheese, if you're lactose intolerant than you lack the enzyme that breaks lactose into sugar molecules for the bloodstream without this lactose just breezes through your stomach and small intestine into your large intestine where it becomes the special of the day for billions of Hungary bacteria, those guys love lactose. And if you're not going to digest it they will as they digest this lactose, they emit a number of gases, including methane, hydrogen carbon dioxide and hydrogen sulfide, which is responsible for the unpleasant, aroma. This process is similar to how yeast produces carbon dioxide to. Leaven bread. And speaking of food. It's true that some foods do produce more flatulence primarily because they contain more indigestible carbohydrates. I'm looking at you beans, nutrient dense, vegetables and fiber, rich foods all have a reputation for nibbling flatulence, that's not necessarily a bad thing. See a scientists learn more about the relationship between diet health and a person's microbiome they're discovering that these flatulent foods may encourage the growth of beneficial bacteria in your gut when they're producing that next embarrassing puff of gas. They're also making molecules to protect your intestinal lining and prevent infections. So remember the next time you're silent crime accidentally ends up sounding like stuttering, trumpet, your intestinal bacteria are the real culprits. They are the ones actually farting. And and look I want to emphasize this. They are farting inside of you. You and then you fart their farts out. Are we clear on that part, which leads us to the bigger question of the day? Who are we fighting inside? Episode was written by Ben Bullen and produced by Tyler clang to hear more weird and funny true stories from Ben check out his show ridiculous history. Available wherever you get your podcast. And of course for more on this and lots of other easily digestible topics visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. Hey, Brian Steph listeners in Lumine today. I wanted to tell you about one of our compatriot podcasts here at how stuff works Daniel and explain the universe in which physicist, Daniel Whiteson and cartoonist or hey cham- breakdown. All the amazing things, we know and don't know about our wild universe. They talk through some of the biggest questions and science like how did the universe begin? What is everything made of what's the Higgs bows on can we travel back in time? And where do my socks go after I put them in the dryer. It's recommended for anyone who wants their mind blown by awesome science or commuters who just wish they were out in space, new episodes, come out approximately pied vita by two times a week on Tuesdays and Thursdays. You can listen and subscribe to Daniel or hey, explained the universe on apple podcasts the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcasts.
"lumine" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast
"And I couldn't be more excited about this episode because it is about one of my favorite topics and we're going to jump right in. I'm here with Jen Lumine. I hope I said that right? I had terrible names. But she is a parent of an almost four year old. And she realized that she had no parenting intuition whatsoever. But amazing research skills, I can identify with that. And she decided to bridge that gap by getting a master's degree in psychology. And later followed up with a master's in education. So super-qualified parents along the way she started a podcast called your parenting. Mojo that link will be in the show notes. You can check it out. So that she could share what she was learning with others with over sixty episode. The show is reference guide for parents and toddlers toddlers and preschoolers based on scientific research and the principles respectful parenting. I've been checking out her podcast, and I love it. And I can't wait to jump in. So welcome, Jen. Thanks for being here. Thank you so much, and you did say my name, right? Not everybody gets it. The first time. Awesome. I'm excited sip. We started on good. That's awesome. So let's start with the basics. I alluded to the topic would be, but as parents, of course, we all went what's best for our kids. And I think that can make it really difficult to let them take risks and make mistakes because we obviously it's hard to see them hurt. Anyway. And personally, I am very much in favor of kids being able to take calculated risk at a young age. I've written about this. And I know that not everyone agrees with me. So can you start off by kind of explaining based on your educational background in all the knowledge? You have why kids need risk. Yeah. And I think they're a couple of ways to actually address that question in rephrase it a little bit, and I can actually split into two questions. So when I think about why kids need risk. I think okay, what children gain from taking risks on one side on the flip side of that is what happens when children aren't able to take risks. And so on the what two children gain part? I think it's pretty clear in the psychological literature that managing risk is just part of becoming a fully autonomous. Member of society. His if you can manage the risk that cessation with just being alive. And then you're competent person and accidents play a key role in learning and one psychologist said the duo of deliberation. Accident is at the heart of the creative process accident or the unexpected during -tunities for being creative encourage flexibility perception of impossibilities discovery beyond the fixed or disciplined, so I think that what we need to understand is the children learn about their ability to cope with situations that induce fear through engaging in situations that induce fear as parents, we worry. The if our child has some kind of really scary experience. They're gonna develop a phobia. But the researchers actually phobias aren't born from scary experiences. Instead children who are exposed scary experiences. Learn that they can manage these risks. And they seem to experience few phobias than children who aren't experienced. Who aren't exposed to scary experiences? So that's on the what children gain part. And then on the what happens if they don't have the opportunity to take risks part. Well, children today that they play a lot in place bases that we would probably call fairly sanitize. They have fences all around them and rubberized play areas, and because children perceive these play areas as unchallenging uninteresting, they actually tend to take more risks in spaces. And I also learned when I was researching this that rubberized flooring, which we think, oh, yeah. That's gonna keep my kids safe. Actually turns out not to be the case when you get above a certain height rubberized flooring is no better at British protecting your child from injury than Don rubberized flooring..
"lumine" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Oriented Danielson and the stock market moves lower. The big story is apple apple shares fell to their lowest level in more than three months as the main supplier for its face. I technology Lumine Tim holdings slash revenue and profit forecast citing reduced orders from quote, a major customer stoking fears among investors that demand variety bones is waning Lumine DM said in its statement. The customer was quote, one of our largest for laser diodes for three Simpson and analysts say that could only be apple shares of the iphone maker dropped four percent wiping out about forty billion dollars of its market value today, and that's leading the technologies. Sector lower technology sector has fueled much of the US stock markets bowl run. But it's down more than three percent today and one analyst said the valuation in the tech sector could potentially go lower. And the semiconductors are really going to weigh in the near term, especially with the press releases in numbers and the China situation earlier a rebound in oil prices had offered some relief to energy stocks. But they also Gabe into the broader settling brochure hitting Wall Street today. Analysts did say that a holiday in the US bond. Markets for Veterans Day could keep trading volumes down just a little bit. But nine of the eleven major SNP sectors were lowered and tobacco. Stocks were hit today. Altria group fell one point eight percent. Philip Morris International. About one point two percent. After the Wall Street Journal reported the US health regulator is planning to ban mental cigarettes. So a lot to look at today on this Veterans Day on Wall Street match your money on seven hundred twenty WGN WGN sports. Here's Dave in the bears are slight favorites. Over the Minnesota. Vikings for Sunday night's match up at Soldier Field. The bear six and three and leading the five three and one Vikings who come in off a bye week. The Monday night game has two teams with a combined record of three and fourteen going head to head the one in seven giants at the two and seven forty Niners after giving up their most points in eleven years in a loss to the saints. The Bengals fired their defensive coordinator terror losted. The Blackhawks have lost their last five games in regulation, and they're winless in seven L try to snap that tonight at Carolina. Cam ward is spent thirteen years with the canes and let them. To the Stanley Cup expected to get the call and goal against his former team the.
"lumine" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Have questions on all matters fund. David Einhorn says tesla may resemble Lumine I'll tell you why. I don't think that's the case. It it. It also is the case you have to be careful that some of these people you hear about our short sellers. So, you know. Born and his company have lost some some money due to there being such a prominent critic of tesla. He bashed the carmaker saying its woes resemble that of looming like Liman, we think a the deception is about to catch up to tesla. Musk's erotic behavior suggests that he sees it the same way, I nor pointed to parallels by saying lemon threatened shortsellers refused to raise capital and management publicly suggested it will go private in the months leading up to the bank's collapse. I Norton Senate in the letter his short position on Tessa was the second. Biggest winner in the third quarter. A his main fund apparently lost twenty six percent this year. So he has a lot to gain by the demise of tesla. I think do we really want to see now if there's stuff that are problematic involved in the company, I guess, that's why the SEC got involved, but the point is people love the car. They've transformed the car industry and now they're the biggest revenue grossing product. And I I don't see them. Stop it. It's a it's a fantastic car by you know, consumer reports puts it national safety standards puts it in the top. So worst case scenario, it might get you know, maybe bought by somebody. But it is a fantastic. To now. Now is it grossly over values? It's disgustingly overvalued. But that's not the issue here. So we'll go to a state and tax experts weighing in on the trip report. But first we have Bob you're on with Josh jelenski the financial quarterback. Hi, bob. Good morning. Josh Josh a very quick question. My son is self employed, and he makes under one hundred thousand sure and I'm just trying to understand this twenty percent deduction. Do you have to put money into something in order to get.
"lumine" Discussed on Unchained
"We're facing. One of the biggest raise. I think first and foremost is in the carbon trading market. I had met with someone who worked in that industry and she said that when you're trading carbon credits, there's actually one individual in Scotland who sits there with an excel spreadsheet and says, okay, these. People want to trade with these people and then puts it in there which is ridiculous. So if you can start to put these tokens on publicly tradable market, so you're not dependent on one centralized body to actually be moving them around. You can have a massive impacts there. I think another way is in in micro grids for solar. There've been some really interesting examples here in the US and Brooklyn and other places where people put solar panels and they actually created local trading markets themselves through a blockchain. But also internationally, I think we've looked at a couple examples throughout the conference of you can have solar and people can pay as you go. There's a new company bit Lumine is working on this and other a number of other companies where you can put solar places where people can't afford that capital investment, but then they pay incrementally to actually use that. I had actually talking with someone yesterday about the concept of sticking solar cells in the middle of nowhere in these desserts and the Saharan, that kind of thing and hooking them up to bitcoin mining rigs. So the energy consumption issues not so much problem and you don't need to move the energy because they're just running the rigs right there. Wow, that's interesting. So obviously, you know, we've been talking really pie in the sky. It sounds like, oh, launching technology, it's going to solve all these things, but kind of lewd to earlier in my speech. You know, people often have really well intentioned plans. They don't always come off that way. So what do you think are the potential pitfalls or how do you think some of these plans go awry. Technology is a tool right? And it's never a panacea and technology can do incredible things, but there's always a flip side right when you developed technology for a purpose. There's often unintended consequences of that technology. There's also people out there who are eager to subvert that technology for their own uses. Great. So the more thoughtful you can be about some of these things at the beginning in your design process, it's better, but think about digital identity systems, you're putting people's potentially personal information into a system that is distributed transparent, immutable. Think back to that example, I said about in terms of homeless populations, cream digital identity, I'm veteran military for a long time. Let's say you had a homeless veteran and somebody accidentally put into the system that they were dishonorably discharged from the military. That means they would be cut out from all of their military benefits if that was the system that was used to connect them to benefits. Right. So you know, mistakes happen. People are human. So you have to think through these things at the beginning, you know, how do you start to create systems where you can make corrections in the system? And you know, you understand with blockchain, you can never erase a transaction. You can create another transaction that reverses that original transaction, that information will always be there and it can be potentially very damaging to folks depending how it's entered in one of the issues. I also see in the blockchain space, people have such good intentions and they're so excited about the technology that they're trying to apply anywhere they can in the either. Don't have the knowledge of the underlying problem or the blockchain solution that they apply, which technically is, is feasible doesn't actually solve the problem that needs to be solved. I see this a lot in the case of projects working in the African continent in developing countries. There was one project that was specifically related to banking on banked African women..
"lumine" Discussed on Slate's Double X Gabfest
"And so there's just like some really crazy facts that that the survey elevated like only about fifty, five percent of switches enjoy strap on sex and tops, and bottoms more like seventy percent like strap on sex, like never would have known. One part that I felt was particular Lumine eating was only a little bit more than half of the tops who took the survey said they liked being the ones to pursue a partner and and even fewer bottoms and switches that they wanted to pursue a partner. In fact, more tops said that they liked being pursued than pursuing, which unlike someone has to be the. You know, and I was like, oh, maybe that's why you go into a lesbian bar and everybody's just like giving each other meaningful icon. On people. So I think it's like really will be so fun for queer people to read, but also for straight people because I, you know, there's that dumb joke, which has basis in truth about like, oh, no knows how lesbians have sex. Well, read this data, and you'll have some ideas about how lesbians have sex. And it also made me think of cameras, Zito's recent comedy, special rape jokes, which is so good, and I also highly recommend people go and watch that on her website. But there's one part of it where she's like, here's what I want for you straight people. I want you to have gay sex and what she means by that is like there are just so many options out there for what you can do and who can do it to you and who you can do it too. And I feel like this survey that auto straddle gave is just really broad and does a pretty good job representing all the different ways people can identify and have fun together and it just made me smile. So we'll have a link to those peace. On our show page at sleet dot com. Brian, what's your agenda for us this month of salute. So I just came back from a radical fair gathering. So for those who don't know about the radical fairies it's a sort of loosely organized queer like quasi separatist group that sort of started in the late seventies and it's just sort of organized around exploring what like queer utopia might look like is one way of putting it. And so they have these sanctuaries around the country. There's a few of them in the have gatherings out this Aries and I have gone now for a couple years to the one up in Vermont, and it is. It is just the most like affirming experience I can I've ever had as a queer person. It's a place where everyone is queer of some sort and you all work together to feed each other and to put on a play into two. Just just create a sort of little mini society that of what the world would look like. If everyone was queer and also American magician, I guess, is, is that folks seek out queer separatist paces separatism has sort of like a bad rap, I think, but I don't. I don't mean like ones necessarily hostile to the world, but the ones where really the focus is put on on queer folks and what our needs are, what are traumas are and what our values are. Honestly, because this thing this particular fat rat figure gathering has become like the high point of my year, something that gives me sort of the energy to deal with everything else I have to do all year. And so I really would love for all of our listeners and interested in something like that to seek it out and and how that because it exists and it is wonderful. Lovely. All right. And there you have it planned to you to keep you all busy. Dismantling the hetero patriarchy until our next episode while you're at it, please send us feedback, topic, ideas and advice questions where we would love to have an advice segment on the show, but we need to feed on your uniquely career problems and dilemmas. Send them in the address for that is.
"lumine" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode
"For you can be a good investor. You'd be a realistic investor. There are far too many people in this game who are not realistic, either they allow their motions cloud, their judgment, or they allow themselves be surprised by the inevitable. Let's start with the inevitable you think people would get comfortable with that. David stocks can go down right at the dozens of corrections meaningful pullbacks. We've had over the last twenty years. We get used to the process if people reasonable. If we were real species, assume that we would say something like, hey, let's prepare for the correction because it could be right around the corner. Yet aside from the permanent bears. Always do for pullback. Most people act like every correction is a total shocker. Type of thing never happens. So every time the stock market goes down, there's a us contingent of people who seem totally stunned. Just caught by surprise. You know what? That's a bad attitude to me the corrections. Well, you know what? They're like. They're like the rain. I know that Raines inevitable. So do you expect it to rain? I prepare for when the rain comes? I am ready skied any. I got an umbrella or a coder. I stay indoors. That's how you need to approach the possibility of a pullback sooner or later. We're going to get one as so best to keep some cash on the sidelines just in case that time turns out to be. Now we do for action, wordsmith chapel trust. Of course, plenty of crutches happened at allegedly unexpected times in recent years. You've had a lot of major declines receded by terrific up days during which we made lots of money and everything you in January twenty eighteen stock mortgage. People were acting like ended unstoppable rally, but in February the averages they got, oh, border ate. It. Why do I mention this? Because the time to be most worried about Lumine crushes the moment when nobody else is concerned, that's when we get those brutal supposedly unexpected the clients when everyone is euphoric. I used to have route mile hedge fund when I made two percent in a day on the upside two percent, I knew I was to expose. That's the word you use. I knew I was too long. I knew I had too much stock. I need that my portfolio would kill me if we caught a storm. So as the market litter of my performance was swinging too much to the upside. I pulled back sometimes furiously selling leading. Distract to prepare for the big down day that had to be right around the corner. Sometimes the correction never came and I had to swallow my pride days later back, the stock that I saw, but when we did get it with a major sell off my hedge fund outperformed by so much that my client so that I was g s I wasn't a genius. It wasn't at all. It was disciplined. It was preparation plus because I'd taken something off the table in order to raise cash. I'd be able to use that money to buy all sorts of high quality stocks into the weakness that I saw from preached you. Well, we may not be able to predict what a storm is going to strike, but we do have barometric readings that can be helpful immensely. Helpful, depth of corrections are like grain, then aware. Should you get your weather port? You know what I pay for something. That's right. I like to follow the proprietary Stater pours oscillators terrific indicator that tells us when the market is getting overboard or over oversold. Whenever this oscillator registers plus fiber above that tells me we've come up too far too fast to the point where it's dangerous. So to me,.
"lumine" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"What would another heavy metal be that could affect your dream glance well could be aluminum aluminum is. All over the place almost everybody that comes into my office has, aluminum some of them are shooting off the charts I'm. Always surprised if. Somebody comes in. Luminol doesn't show up loom is like drinking out. Of Lumina McCann's over a number. Of years were caused Lumine your body using. A, cooking utensils or cooking pots and pans that are made out of aluminum I know when. I, was in college I didn't have much money we ended up with, you know going to the dollar store or some. Other discount store and we buy those cheap pots and pans and they were aluminum so you. Got to throw those away now And the best. Thing I don't know if, it's the best thing but what you want to cook, with is stainless steel you could cook with iron you could cook with the glassware those are all safe safer than aluminum for. Sure or aluminum utensils make sure you're not using any aluminum spatulas and? That, kind of thing, all right and then the the. Third place that you're going to get aluminum one. Of them is the cans one of them. Is the tinsels in the third one is going to be. Your deodorant now a lot of people don't even know there's a difference between deodorant and anti per sprint so the one that has the aluminum in there is the anti per sprint. The anti perspiration that's why you don't, perspire because you're spraying or. Rolling on aluminum in, into your, armpits and it gets into the pours that's why you, don't perspire but the body has to do, some with that aluminum. It's not gonna just sit there and dissolve No the body pulls it, out of there doesn't like it first of. All I mean sweating is just a natural thing so. Doesn't like it so pulls. It out and guess what it. Accumulates on accumulates where does aluminum like, to accumulate, in your brain. So passes the blood brain barrier accumulates in the brain the number one. Thing that. They find with Alzheimer's patients when they die they do autopsies on, these people they do studies on. Alzheimer's and they always find aluminum in the brain so we know that it's associated with. Alzheimer's, to some degree so my office once we get to that point where we're handling things. On a cellular level we'll start pulling out that aluminum there's a whole way, to do that. I and in fact the sell your detox that I use is the only one that I know that's been scientifically proven. To poll heavy metals and, pass that blood brain barrier your body doesn't want a, lot of things in there but for some Reason aluminum can. Get in there and other heavy. Metals to all, right so, back to the adrenals here those, are things that can. Affect the adrenals and it affects it because of this fatty, capsule that's around the adrenals and the adrenals not? Just the adrenals but almost all glands had this fatty. A capsule and what else has fat on there are receptor sites receptor. Sites are where hormones have to. Attach to deliver their message a hormone is basically a protein molecule with. A message and if the receptor size has toxins on it. And they're fatty, pads by the way so that's more fat and the toxins love fat and, they will attach into these receptor, sites so you have to clean up. The receptor sites it's, not a matter of getting more hormones into your body it's a matter of getting the hormones you have to communicate better so that's the difference approach between. You you come in to see me with a hormone, problem and versus Two other. Doctors like these bio identical doctors. Like, I said earlier in my opinion they're not much bio. Identical when. It takes seven steps to make, them bio identical that's still a foreign invader in your body oh when when you put those in yeah you feel great for while I feel like superman, or you feel like superwoman for a little while and then guess what they wear off then what they do they do they add more to it and what's happening is..
"lumine" Discussed on The Big Podcast With Shaq
"Shack expertise at these games he is i know he gets fed the answers cho's him and runner lumine they're like the russians with trump they love to make me choke choke i would love you you too hey joker tournaments ago real rob rural talk when i got the call that you went down to my heart drops on oneseat none apogee i'm glad you okay but no more damn chips thank you food no more fries and when i get back in town if you're not skinny we'll be that i don't want to hear that i don't hear that that girl recall that credible come back and listen back if you're not skinny mcgee with mr dickie and i'm gonna pay for your training you're not allowed to come to work unless you show document that you're train i don't like this tell you face to be skinny 'cause my gonna be skinny and drought lost twenty six pounds on the door look at all right twenty more let's say goodnight everybody's podcast shack at gmailcom we always appreciate your contributions to the show and you can get some stuff in help us out with content anything you want to scott's if you want an issue discussed email senate over right about it we love it if it's funny rugged on the show we'll get into it we do our best to answer your emails in a timely manner which i apologize the last couple of weeks i've been a little bit excuse flows no i don't ok p dog how does everybody get touch with the social media specht show answer ground big pie after sat god checking all the pictures of our trip and everything else go follow this a lot of good stuff up on facebook as well of course at the personals back at jonky cade at raw jenner's at b harper ninety scored ninety at instagram's now at cannes kate six eighty at grief john i'll go out to he loves you too all right we'll see you guys next week ap news headlines thanks guys i like him okay so that's it great ball of the guys on twitter at shack at john kincaid and at rob jenner's or get more clips and nonsense.
"lumine" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"I'll tell you another programme i would look at uh that is a little easier to use a little bit easier on the budget from a company called mack fawn p h u n they call it lou manar and i actually think this might be a better choice for her as windows and mack uh then photoshop elements because it has some fairly hefty capabilities built in its their look mac fund is going after adobe and i'll tell you why a dobies moving to a subscription model they don't want people have been able to buy outright software they want you to pay a monthly fee photoshop elements is the last asked holdout on this by the way so uh but lumine are realizes that it is an opportunity for us so they so mac fun mac p h u n dot com the program is called lumine are l u m i n a r and it is a fantastic photo editing program that has all the kinds of tools you know i would have recommended frankly uh light run which is what most photographers use for post processing but they've moved to a subscription model and it's a ten bucks a munton at some point assists starts to really add up so lumine are which i think is sixty nine dollars is a very nice choice if it does support all the doby photoshop in light rain plug in so you're not gonna you're not going to miss out and i think she'll like it it she's probably coming from instagram where she is used to filters that's usually have kids start now they start doing instagram pictures they apply filters they go wow this is great so they have that similar kind of it filter based interface but as you get more proficient and she will she'll be able to find underlying the filters all the sliders in tools and layers um and channels that make you make a big difference so i i would highly recommend blumenauer it has a great little tool mouth the superhero super he'll tool we've come out.
"lumine" Discussed on The CyberWire
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