35 Burst results for "M Scape"
Did Bill Gates Seriously Short TSLA Stock
"Robbed our here and today we're going to be talking about bill gates response to on musk's claims the oregon podcast a couple of weeks. Back that get heard. That bill gates had been shorting stock. We've also got some news on the broader electric vehicle automotive market an interesting response from yvonne on an article from the washington post. And of course. We've gotta talk about tesla stock. It's about wild couple of days. We had the interview yesterday with alex rotter so we didn't get a chance to talk about it. But of course yesterday. Tuesday february twenty. Third tesla dropped to a low of six hundred nineteen dollars per share. That was down more than thirteen percent from the prior. Close then of course. We saw us swift recovery in the market. And from tesla tesla finishing down just two percent yesterday on the biggest volume day that we've seen in over a month and a half with sixty six million shares trading hands yesterday. So i talked about on monday and we briefly talked about yesterday in the interview as well. A lot of this is tied to expectation on interest rates. So yesterday fed chairman. Jerome powell made comments to congress. Indicating the current monetary policy is expected to continue for some time as economic uncertainty remains so not to get too deep into that. We've talked about that. Of course in the past but as far as tussles yesterday certainly was not isolated to tesla. Those sort of concerns were broadly extended to high growth. Stocks tussle obviously falls in that category. And i think the volatility there serves as a nice quarterly reminder that you have to be very very careful with stop losses on a volatile stock like tussle as for today tesla continue to rebound finishing up six point two percent to seven hundred and forty dollars two cents. That compared to the nasdaq up one percent. All right so i up today. I want to continue a conversation that we began a couple of weeks back after yvonne. Musk went on joe. Rogan's podcast for the third time and said that he had heard from people he believes would know that bill gates had shorted tesla. Yvonne brought that up in response to a question from joe rogan on the tesla semi citing that bill gates in a blog. Post a few months back had said that eighteen wheel electric semi is probably would never work so allen's claim here understand. We drawing a lot of attention not the first time something like this has happened between musk and gates last year. He did by his first electric vehicle. The porsche ticon. Which at the time. Maybe it wasn't so clear why he didn't by ordering vehicle up until that point. Well now we might have a better answer for that. But he talked about the decision in an interview with marquez brownlee and it seemed to be a relatively tepid endorsement of electric vehicles gatesville right up ranging anxiety as a problem and elon. Musk responded to that interview. Not necessarily gives purchase of tycoon but those comments in general by saying that quote my conversations with gates have been underwhelming to be honest and so that catches us up to today and then we have launched claiming that he heard gates which tesla now in the last week. We've had both cnbc and bloomberg asked gates directly about that claim. I think gates tone is important these responses so i will play the actual clip. The i wanna hear from andrew. Ross sorkin cnbc asking gates so so you're not sure tesla's stock were clear. Yeah i'm not. I don't talk about my investment. But i think he should be very proud of what he's done. Okay so technically there. He did say yeah. I'm not but it sounded like he was more starting a sentence of saying yeah. I'm not going to talk about my investments not yet. I'm not sure tesla because he interrupts himself and says i don't want to talk about my investments so to me. That's a no comment. Rather than a denial. What's interesting here is his reason saying he doesn't wanna talk about his investments but in the exact same interview. He talks about his investments multiple times. He says quote when i invested in impossible foods or beyond me or quantum scape. I was doing that just to help their own climate. Now it looks like those three will be very successful companies. And so i'll have more money to put into the tough areas a climate like cement and steel and quote. Okay so he says he doesn't want to talk about his investments but then he in response to another question talks about his investments in impossible foods beyond me quantum scape and then how does investments are doing and that i'll have more money to then go on an invest in other stuff. I mean how much more could you talk about your investments. And he uses the first person tense. You're saying i invested. He's asked about bitcoin and he says quote. I don't own bitcoin. I'm not short bitcoin. So i've taken a neutral view and quote so for bitcoin. Perfectly fine to say i'm not short bitcoin. Same question for tesla. oh. I don't want to talk about my investments that we just spent a bunch of time talking about. If you're not going to answer the question at least come up with a better non answer. That doesn't immediately contradict yourself. He has to have known that he'll be asked about that and yet seems completely content guard answer so that was last week if there was any doubt left after that because he did start off. By saying yeah. I'm not before interrupting himself as we said. Here's gates on bloomberg yesterday so we had five days to think about this answering the same question from emily. Chang yuan has in the past claimed you shorted tesla and i wonder if there's any truth to that Well you know i think. Test us on amazed seen company I wish you know own. Been more on the long side. But i it's it's great And you know i have. Lots of relatives won't tassels Helped by for them. So you know nothing. But positive thoughts about tesla role. Okay so if the answer to the cnbc question was a bit of a flood. There was a clear opportunity to just say. Hey i'm not sure. Tesla was jor tesla and again gates passes and he sure doesn't look comfortable to me answering the question. Belief is that it looks pretty clear. That bill gates was short. Tesla who knows if he's still is it'd be surprised but come on. How are you going to be all about climate change and then short the one company that's doing more than any other company on earth to combat it. If you don't think it's a good investment you think it's overvalued you can just not invest in it. No one has any problem with that but too short it push the stock price down. Make it more difficult for tesla to raise capital. That's something else entirely.
Ubisoft says they are moving away from a reliance on AAA video games
"Let's talk about ubisoft recent financial results where they revealed they're going to be moving away more alliance on aaa releases and instead look more closely at free to play games and it's back catalogue to make money. I'm gonna read over some quotes here. plans for fiscal twenty. Twenty two. which will go from this april two april or through march twenty twenty two includes three trivia a game releases so i guess we can speculate a little bit on what we think those might be But in the future you have doesn't want aaa games to the focus of its business model quote. We said for a number of years. That are normal template is to come with either three or four aaa games. So we'll stick to that plan for fiscal twenty twenty two twenty twenty two but we see that. We are progressively continuously moving from a model. That used to be only focused on aaa releases to a model or you have a combination of strong releases from aaa and strong back catalogue dynamics but also complementing our program of new releases with three to play and other premium experiences you wanted to specify the company had a number of aaa titles in the pipeline otherwise like six ramos quarantine skull and bones. They actually mentioned skull and bones as republic. The prince of persia says the time remake and roller champions. No mention of yongan evil to on the call. There was not a single mention of their battle. Royale higher scape. Finally you besides financial indicate. The games like mario puts reds far. Cry five the crew to anno eighteen hundred older. Just dance games and assess discreet. Odyssey are still doing meaningful numbers. How rock band still makes a lot of money. Based off of new music licenses like super lucrative if it if it works why fix it.
Illinois Health Department Reports 2,060 New Covid-19 Cases
"The Illinois Department of Public Health Sunday reporting 2000 and 60 new confirmed cases Copa 19 along the 48 additional deaths from the virus. W GM SCAPE Salgado Taking a look at the local positivity rates, which continued to decline, the city of Chicago has the lowest localized positivity rate, which is now a 4.8%. Suburban Cook County is at 4.9% to Paige and Kane County's Aaron 5.1%. While willing, kinky key counties air coming in a 5.6% Lake McHenry County is currently have the highest local rates at 5.9%. As for the statewide positivity rate that's holding steady at 3.4%. It's Oh God. Oh
"m scape" Discussed on 60-Second Science
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Ford recalls over 700K vehicles; backup cameras can go dark
"A problem with backup cameras is forcing Ford to announce the recall the automaker is recalling more than seven hundred thousand vehicles in North America saying the backup cameras can show distorted images or suddenly go dark the company says a poor electrical connection is causing the problem the recall covers most twenty twenty versions of Ford's F. series trucks as well as the twenty twenty explorer Mustang transit expedition a scape ranger and edge it also includes the Lincoln nautilus and corsair Ford says no crashes or injuries have been reported the recall begins November seventh I'm Mike Hampton
Good Habitat Keeping
"Hulu. Better. Good morning everyone and welcome to Animal Architecture neighborhood to today I shall lead you through hey curated diverse on. This tour will focus on the animal. Own. Building. Homes take many forms, Miss Boroughs Dunes webs. Hives. Caves and Mindy. Earhart your. By. By by five five I. Five, five one. Big. Big. The where are you tour is about to start. Reach My. Sorry. I. Can't get to the phone right now believe leave me a message. I'll be sure to get back to you in two to three months. Mindy. Where are you? The Neighborhood Tours A. Night on C. You anywhere. Supposed to be coming. Here. With. Take your hands off my eyes I can't. Danis. That small group of amateur architecture enthusiasts will stop us. Oh Did it work. Are we stopped? Oh. Wow was that. What do you mean? What do I mean Dennis just came barreling down that hill on a pair of rollerblades with new one is back. Oh, right. Yeah about that. So I was running late for our tour and asked Dennis for his rollerblades in he said I. Know what I said was I rather scape twenty miles with a dolphin on my back. Then give you my blades and you said I've always wanted to be a dolphin and jumped on my back tomato tomato. Mole last minute. Thiry. Let's begin to. Whether it's a nist. Then there's no place like home. Stop is a beautiful structure built by the Australian. No well, I shot glad you made it mindy I've been looking forward to this tour for weeks. metoo hoping it can get a couple of ideas for my newest expansion of my gingerbread mansion expansion and building an Olympic sized ballpit in the bathroom arcade. Ha and I'm here against my will. Of course. Oh i. think what our first stop. Are many reasons for anatomy to roll up their sleeves and build the room domicile well, shelter and boosting the local economy by hiring neighbor would contractors. Be APPS. One of the strongest reasons of all. Is Love God's right love. It happens all over the animal kingdom. But nobody builds a whom to impress quite like off feted friend the bow. Take a look at this. Looks like a modern art sculpture. Wow. Of, well it looks like it's made of twigs. Yeah. But they're all twisted together in this pants you. Hate. Many birds in the animal kingdom the. These. Extravagant nece to attract a mate. Kid, a guy rise these bauer birds be structures to show off to their potential mates to prove they're ready to settle down, make a home and raise all of their future Bauer. Bird. Exactly, look at this one. Wow this guy really went all out. As you can see, the architect of this nest has decided to adult it in the traditional bow booed fashion by placing objects of great. Around the. Get all of these things the. Collected Mindy. Colorful bill connects colorful objects from its surroundings in. Those bright colors attract meet. All of these colorful objects here's lemon. and. Hey their was earth your highlighter marker. My Limited Edition Two Thousand Twelve Signature highlighter I've been looking for those. Little. Birdie. Thought that they would make a great addition to
Raging wildfires create a hellish orange sky in the west
"The skies over California glowed a dark orange this week as wind swept erratic wildfires escalated across ten western states. Officials are making grim discoveries in Oregon Washington and California including the death of a child more from ABC's Matt Gutman. The door complex fire rapidly growing into one of the largest in California's history at its worst torched thousand acres. Every thirty minutes sending thousands fleeing in Oregon where forty eight wildfires burning throughout the state one fire galloping through towns around Medford Oregon with ferocity. This could be the greatest loss of human lives and property due to wildfire in our state's history Chevrolet image, showing what Phoenix just south of for looked like earlier this week from space, the entire west coast smothered in smoke on. Let's. Tens of thousands of evacuees, clogging roadways as they drove through that orange hell scape firefighters stretched thin across the state and in Medford we saw helicopters making dozens of
"m scape" Discussed on Budget Arcade: Free to play gaming
"I was GONNA. I was GONNA discuss it. Next panels wasn't sure where went with it. Yet so I have questions about the sink. So if you have the crown, does make you visible to everyone on the map? Yes you will when we? That's where the. Not having a mini map Cana. Crap is because you have to go to the pause menu to look at your map and you know. While you're in the pause menu looking for who has who's got the crown somebody comes up behind you in capturing the back of the head and you know that's that's it for you but no. One of the frustrating things about at least the solo aspect of this game is that the maps the map is large and there's so many people. So the map kind of by the fall has to be large unless you just want everybody to have this all out, shootout it it kind of rewarded people for hiding and I didn't I don't like that I don't like that about A. A battle. Royale game that you can kind of just camp out and wait outs everybody to kill each other and then seek out the crown I and I guess, maybe that's what Ubisoft was going for with. You know I think that aspect true of most battle royale so you can choose to engage play cautiously. Yeah. But but with this with this when you. The gun play the game play mechanics weren't. Weren't good enough to reward. The Hey I'm just gonNa go for it mentality. So I I did want to talk about the gun play mechanics did either of you feel that the guns were very underpowered. some was a so this is not a hit scan game. It is a projectile game. So you need to lead your shots in the bullets don't feel as fast as they do because like even warzone is not hit scan where you point and click and that does damage the bullets do have a travel time but I felt like these bullets even slower than the bullets in warzone and that takes a lot of getting used to I..
"m scape" Discussed on KTRH
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Launching the Cyber Intelligence News Site The Record by Recorded Future
"My whole career has been in journalism I started that at her of my college newspaper immediately came to new. York to. Intern I for the Wall Street Journal and then Bloomberg. News. Rating about startups and a little bit of technology and I got completely lucky with those positions and those beats. Him at the time startups where really starting to catch fire facebook lays in the news for. Only it's launched, but it's Very, high profile, public offering. So after covering startups That kind of was able to morph into cyber security. When the Wall Street Journal was launching more cyber coverage, they were hiring three cyber-security reporters dedicated to the beat. And I've been I've been writing about the topic ever since then for the past four years. And most recently had left the Wall Street Journal to join a publication that launch rate before the pandemic started called protocol. which was not the best timing to launch a publication. But. Yeah. No I'm reporting about cybersecurity for this new publication. The record which recorded future is launching by the time. This podcast will hopefully already be launched and I'm very excited about it. Yeah. Well, we're going to dig into some of the details about the record in a little bit but before we get to that and I'm curious we can you can you give us some insights on what it's like being a journalist on the cybersecurity beat what was that like for you shifting to that topic getting up to speed and and covering the folks who are doing their day to day business in that part of the world what was that experience like for you? Yeah. Absolutely. The topic has probably one of the steepest learning curves in. Any journalistic discipline. As I mentioned, my background is not in computer science. I did not know how to Code I didn't really know anything about state-sponsored hackers or TPS or all jargon that. Is Sort of anyone that you talked to in the industry. Uses. Like second nature or a second language for me. It was a very quick learning curve where I had to catch myself and I think maybe six months after I started covering the topic that was when the world was rocked by Vajna cry and then soon after not. Quickly that was that was kind of a trial by fire. So. Like having the resources in the backing of an organization with the the reputation of the Wall Street Journal I, mean that must have been a place to to have surround you. It was. It's it's a pretty. humbling experience when you're just out of college, you call up. You Know A. Like a CEO who's at the top of their game or a cybersecurity analyst that everyone respects and here you know twenty two year old who has no idea about anything in the industry and you and you say like, I'm I'm a reporter from the Wall Street Journal can you help explain this very basic topic for me and there they make themselves available? So. It's it's very. Nice luxury to have. Definitely when you're starting to cover something in the Wall Street Journal, itself is one of the best organizations in terms of the journalistic expertise that they have in house just being able to sit. A couple desks away from Pulitzer Prize winners or heard you know. John. Kerry who is Not. Too Far Away from from where I sat and During my time there, he wrote the book bad blood. I'm was this all over the news so it's it's just a humbling experience to be around literally thousands of journalists to are reporting about the biggest stories of the day. What what's your? What are your thoughts in terms of of the state of things when it comes to journalism covering cybersecurity in general, you know the spectrum of the types of coverage that you've seen. Do you have any thoughts on that? Yeah I. Think we're kind of at a a real inflection point where a lot of not only journalistic organizations but also the audience. Is Waking Up to the fact that we're in a different time when it comes to cybersecurity that this is a topic that affects not just to every organization of every industry, but it affects. Every government agency, it affects individuals even your grandmother who might not have any idea how they used. Basic Internet. Applications noticed that hackers trying to get her data. And so I think that I think it's a time where a lot of there's a need for more cyber security news need for more informed and educated cybersecurity journalists. I think it's really good time to be covering the industry and in terms of just answer your question bit more specifically about. Sort of wound scape. Healthy spot where some publications are focused on. The hackers, they take a look at specific events and get really detailed technical and other publications focusing on breaches news since there's a time of news with this topic I don't think that there are that many publications that sorted filled the gap to. Be Informative. Towards like sort of A. Average cyber security professional or somebody who has an interest in the topic, but isn't an expert in it So I think there's a lot of room there for extra
The Transformation of Managed Security Services
"WANNA. Go through some of the specific types of of technologies that you're familiar with and the parts that they play in defending an organization. Can you take us through some of those things I mean I I know often use things like machine learning or analytics and stuff like that. I spent a lot of my time I've been doing managed security services for years and main security services going through a transformation it's been around for probably fifteen years in there were some issues with managed security services There's a lot of false positives. was very much a set. It forget it type of approach where we got your logs. Them in the customer thought that those were all just being taken care of If you look at security you just you need a, you need much more of a programmatic approach in my mind. I. Don't say this a lot but it needs to be more security as a program. You know this this thought of Rinse lather repeat. The nightwatchman walking around the perimeter. So MDR's the one that I spend most time with the one that I see customers asking about the most. Well, can you give us some insights what goes into that? What are the elements of it that that contribute to it being a good solution? Yeah absolutely. So I if I mentioned what I like to there, there are a couple of staples to MDR, if you look at the marketplace but I think, I. Talk About you know security is a program in what I'm by that is you know threat Intel you know get everyone has threat Intel but how good is that I mean it has it has to be a program internal verizon. You Know How do you gather daddy add context to it? How do you quantify? How do you keep it relevant and then when you take that threat until it needs to be need to put it in the content in a way that you can create you know you can alert filter into the same thing you need to research create tune plan audit, and then it gets down to. The real time alerts. Meaning the alerts come in you need to tree is it investigate? Your mediate help reduce the customer reducing the attack surface area, and then you also need to do regular threat hunting in. It's the same thing. Thread hunting is a program you need to research what's going out in the you know what's the threat scape look like you need to apply metrics tear threat hunting. This threat hunting is just these real smart Zinn warrior kind of of. Threat Hunters just just jumping around based on their gut, their feel blessed and very much a approach matic approach to it and I think that's what we do a little bit. That's what we do. Really well, and that's our focus. If you look at MD are from an industry perspective everybody likes to talk about. Artificial intelligence and machine learning, and of course, that's quite important because malware. Less than fifty percent of the attacks today and have malware. If so many tools out there that can catch Mauer. Artificial intelligence you know has this ability to attack Attacks in motion like. An adversary trying to access a registry key or you know loading Mau Mau foulest mouths where it's really hard in the way that's done is you know there's a lot written on data models and artificial intelligence, but basically they're these these data models are trained to compare what it's observing in way those attributes of observer nominally against once they've have stored in their databases in they they make a statistical. Verdict on the risk and the probability of that, and then they then they escalate and that's really how these. That's how artificial intelligence works. The other critical component to manage in response is any are you know? kind of this, this term that's been around for a long time or made popular here over the last couple years most large organizations have on deployment. You'll find that smaller organizations or mid tier if you will not not everyone is deployed agr. New York tool. If you can think about is you know it's next generation. The next generation of antivirus, they tend to have over a thousand rules. These are the crowd strikes carbon, black silence, Taniwha GMS companies like this of, and there's many many more new starting up all the time. So they're able to see. What looks to be like legitimate traffic but if you have the right detection capabilities, you realize that an adversary is trying to do something. For example, you know some of the things that are that are legal are most workstations can run nets, dad or power shell or FTP, and all of those are the typical tools of an adversary to try to to basically compromise system move laterally. Reach out to command and control exfiltration data rinse lather repeat get rid of their of remains stealth by getting rid of all their logs. The other thing that the tool does. Is it also gives you the ability to. Contain it. So if we see an alert, you can actually process disrupt the station that you you see activities occurring and also can do or host isolate. And then from there, you can do some really good invest the to has investigation capability. So you can see how this occurred the the process tree on the end point if the the binary that was used as it's changed, its name is it spread. And just continue to do kind of investigation died defy were this compromise occurred and then you know what it is I need to do to remediate. Make sure that it's not continuing to grow.
Defending MacOS Against Sophisticated Attacks
"I've come from a kind of unusual background I guess for somebody in Cybersecurity. In. The sense that I started. I. Mean I've been involved with the MAC platform for. Something like fifteen years or more. But I didn't really start getting into it in a kind of technical way until about eleven years ago. And, I just started out on Apple's support forums trouble-shooting. Volunteering. Troubleshooting advice to people. And after Wa, that led me to most problems that are coming up back then were or it started to be when we started to see security issues like adware and things like that. And that sort of an Brown about way, let me to develop my own software to basically deal with all these issues. Instead of answering people's questions all the time. and. So for about five or six years I was. Developing my own software and doing that and. Then, about two years ago, I joined central one, basically, they were looking for somebody who had background in McCoy security shoes to sort of help with with research. And somebody who kind of knew the threat scape and sort of seen it evolve so. That's kind of how I got to today. Janka. Where do we find ourselves today when it comes to Mac Os and and sort of the state of things when it comes to security and what's your estimation of where we are? Generally the Mackie's a safe platform. I don't think. There's a big argument about that, but I think the the issue really is that. There is a malware problem on Mac os which never existed maybe five or six years ago. It's actually even escalated again in the last couple of years I think and I think part of that is to do with the fact that Maxim now. Foul often found in business environments whereas they probably weren't. Going back was five or six years would really. Popular Business Machine. And I think it's also that. Just to use his vague general term threat actors. Realized there is money to be made from accuses. Possibly it comes with the development of the iphone from two, thousand seven. But the fact that people now have them. Max connected to so many other devices there a rich hunting ground for people who want to. Gather, data of adware. We. Also have some more targeted actors as well with the business environment. So. I think the situation today really is that. There is a lot more threats, for Max, and has ever been before, but I think also not a great awareness Soviet. If you compare that to say windows. Yeah. You can ask even the most basic windows us and they probably know what an AV is probably know that they need to have windows defender turned on or something like that. But with MAC users, I don't generally get that sense of awareness. You know this is sort of general feeling that it's a market. It's safe by design. You know I think that's. Something that people really need to have second thing about with the kind of threats that we see these days. It's it's my perception from the folks that I've talked to that the majority of the The malware hitting Mac users seems to be adware people. It's that classic update your copy of Flash and then something gets installed shows. Ads is, is that an accurate perception on my part I? Would say, so I think I wouldn't like to give figures because I don't really have the data to to say that, but you know it. Sort of. Off of the top of my head, I would say, probably seventy eighty, maybe even ninety percent of the stuff I actually see on a day to day basis is going to be adware and it's Kinda cousin, which is the stuff recalled bundle way all the kind of. Potentially. unwanted. Software. That gets installed alongside says, download some software manager and you get like ten. Things back keeper and Lisov utilities that are not really often any any value. That often get installed. Through hidden, very, very difficult to see check boxes and things like that. CRYPTO is also thing. We've had allowed minor bird minors in the last couple years that they've been intimidated detections. We see those on the rise quite a lot. and. Too, much lesser extent. There's bits of the spyware. Data stealing stuff, Anacostia things that get headlines every hour now, and again is the. Things Lazarus or AP GM era. You know very very targeted dings going after specific uses. So yeah, I. Mean I. think that's a fairly accurate way to think about it. In terms of the general user. I, think the most threats they're looking at our. ADWARE unbundle where? The other problem that I'm I see. Developing is when we look at these adware bundle where actors and. Listen to in the media's general slayer which has been. Pretty proactive in the last eighteen months, or so what you see is a lot of interaction between between themselves and a lot of swapping. So you get adware sources installing bundle wear and you get bundle where download is that are serving up where and it's it's kind of difficult. Actually a Lotta time to pull up different players, all these sort of paper install kind of things, some serving adware, some of them are serving genuine malware so. It seems as if there is a lot full of interaction with these guys. In terms of helping each other out to. Serve this. I mean I just called a whole lot malware. Basically, something that the US had doesn't want doesn't know and is not in our interests and as you know as far as I'm concerned it, you might as well call it all where. The number of these things his what's really. Quite. Shocking. When you look at just how much more of this is occurring this more this year than there was last year, you know almost exponentially, and this seems to be more players as
"Some time ago about a year ago, or maybe two years ago, twitter introduced time based one time passwords google authenticated as most people know that mechanism where you have an authentic eater APP on a mobile device, and that gives you six digit codes to log in as to factor, which is much more secure than SMS SMS of course can be hijacked if your Sim Card is hijacked, so a lot of people were speculating all of these different methods of attack to me. It seems unlikely that accounts that are very familiar with some checking because. Because it happens a lot in crypto and has had a lot of high profile. Reporting would have SMS. It also seemed unlikely that even if they did that, someone was able to Sim Jack phones from big accounts across two different continents, at least because some of these accounts are china-based or singapore-based, some are europe-based. Some are a us-based that involve several different phone carriers in different countries all done within a matter of hours. It seemed to me very unlikely that I would be the case so assuming that they did have hardware two factor authentication. Or at least an authentic eater op, you can't really steal a password. That's not enough. So then, if the account security is likely to be quite secure, what are the other avenues someone can get in? The next most likely mechanism of attack would be API's so twitter has API's that allow various social media, aggregate or sites to post so that whole team of people can schedule and review and posts to multiple platforms similtaneously I. Use platforms like that, too. It allows me to work with a team of people and collaborate on what we post and schedule it out in advance. So. When you see a personal message from me, his personal, but when you see an with like I'm doing this video on Saturday, you know that's scheduled in advance and it's posted automatically. Are, not sitting there, attaching images and typing in Hashtags in real time. These services of course access the twitter API using off which is a nation protocol. It's the same protocol that's us when you log into a site using your google account and it redirects. You gets an encrypted challenge response message from uses that antedates into sight. And these gain full access the twitter time and presented in some of the site. You're probably familiar with things like hoot, sweet and buffer, sensible and various other sites like that now. These sites are not always as well secured. So that was my immediate suspicion. Because from there you can easily post the message, and if that site security isn't a strong with two factor, etc, I assumed. had been compromised than because there are only a handful of social media postings services eight. It was quite possible that all of these disparate companies were using the sang. Then the attack continued to escalate. One of the things that was noticeable was that the tweets that will come out? Were saying twitter web APP. Now when you have an off service that is posting remotely through the API. It has a clear identifier, says twitter for iphone, says hoot suite, it says some social media, posting or something like that. It doesn't say twitter web up. So my immediate suspicion was that this was a browser extension again much easier to compromise it. Browser extension that is a common single point of failure across all of these different accounts, and would have access to twitter web API to post on behalf or maybe sore credentials for users. There are a lot of sloppy browser extensions out there and then people started talking about the possibility of zero day browser exploit now. That'd be a very serious problem. Because Zero Browser, exploit effectively means that someone was compromising browsers through some click through mechanism, revolt, execution, or something like that and hijacking credentials from inside the browser secure store. That's a very serious. Because I would affect not just twitter, but then again it was only happening on twitter. And why would you use a zero day? Browser exploit that can be enormously powerful to hack only one site twitter, and then to use it to do this silly. Nigerian scam. I'm using the term Nigerian scam because Nigerians have anything to do with us, but because this type of scam originated with the Nigerian Prince Story, I mean it's a story, actually the we've seen repeat over and over and over again for two decades exactly I was reading through some kind of gaming coverage of this and many of them are likening it to scams that. That have been pulled in Yvonne Line, which is a popular sort of Laissez Faire, M., o. and ruined scape, also, which is really like a mostly for kids type of environment, and again like seven years ago. Apparently there was a rash of this type of give your money and I'll give you double back and again of course in crypto currency. We've seen this since.
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Cynthia Choi, Co-Executive Director of Chinese for Affirmative Action
"Cynthia Welcome to the PODCAST. Thank you for having me appreciate it, so the President and several conservatives repeatedly referred to the coronavirus as you know the Wuhan buyers Chinese virus, and they've been corrected several times by activists, and by journalists and I remember on one of those occasions. The president shot back and said you know he wasn't being racist, but his referring to the virus in that way has it resulted in increased reports of hate crimes against asian-americans has contributed to that. Do you think in any way well? What we do know is that because of our reporting center through stopping? Stopping pure. Hey, we have I. Ten accounts of really horrific experiences that Asian Americans have encountered and their descriptions of what people have said to them and how they were made to feel and you know we have significant numbers of descriptions that refer to this notion that the virus is from China, the reference around the Chinese virus and Ruhama virus and hating and invoking trump, when they are being verbally a physically attacked, and so we do know that words matter, and the ways in which trump and other elected officials are using their platform to exploit a really challenging time for I, so many of us. To, escape, go. Asians a scapegoat Chinese, and there's a conflation when you scape. Go are blame the Chinese government or China. With attacking Chinese and Asian Americans here I've actually seen reports for children. Children have even been attacked by other children. You know before all the schools were closed and that's just really kind of heartbreaking to hear that. Do we have any data yet or is it too early to data to quantify the increase in hate crimes in relation to this well one thing? I do WanNa make very clear. is We describe these incidents as as hate, incidents many of them don't rise to the level of hate crimes, but I don't want to minimize the hundreds of accounts that we've received today we have about over one thousand nine hundred incidents coming from all over the country, and the descriptions of what's happening to individuals is is really dehumanizing traumatizing in the sense that people feel like they have a target on their back that this is all happening while most of us have been sheltering in place. And that there is clear vitriol animus towards Asian Americans and being for being blamed for either bringing the coronavirus here, having the coronavirus at a time where we need to have empathy and you know we need to really fight this deadly infectious disease. This has been a really harrowing time for Asian Americans. Who feel like they're being targeted? Just because of the way they look and we are getting accounts. Of, vulnerable. Members of our communities so children. elderly women are twice as likely to report incidents that they've experienced and for children I think this is, this is particularly disconcerting, because of course schools closed. You know relatively early on, but even before that time we were getting reports of from parents who said that their children were. Targeted several reports being physically assaulted taunted and just the effects of it the. Psychological impact internalized racism the depression. This desire not to be Asian. And feeling very very hurt. During a very confusing time for children in general I was just curious if there were any reports, or you notice the increases before the coronavirus in given the culture and the climate of this administration. Yes, so organization had been monitoring the US China relations. You know for several years now and as it's been reported U S China. Relations has deteriorated markedly and. Had devastating impacts on Chinese here in the United States, and that's resulted in things lie the Department of Justice and other governmental agencies, targeting Chinese scientists in the private sector, an accusing all Chinese who are here as being potential national security threats. And, we see this through hundreds of cases we know about where Chinese scientists are being investigated are being wrongfully prosecuted in whose lives have been upended in. So this is something that we had been monitoring very closely with and working with individuals and their families who've been directly impacted by this,
Seattle will de-escalate and dismantle 'CHOP' autonomous zone: Mayor
"Here there is a new autonomous zone popping up in Washington DC yes just like the one in Seattle you formerly known as jazz the capitol hill Antanas zone in DC this is right by the White House it is the B. has the black house autonomous it's a really call back I'm not kidding you can make that a kid not at all but died there the formally CHS now known as the chop the Capitol Hill occupied protest is is is going to be taken down mayor Jenny his I just about had enough or she is seen enough destruction to feel that she is a loud enough destruction to be a part of the progressive wing of the Democrat party which as she is from quote as the cumulative impacts of the gatherings in protest at then end the night time atmosphere in violence has led to increasingly difficult circumstances for our businesses it's it's forget about the fact the entire six blocks were occupied in it was vandalism and theft and assaults and robberies and shootings it's just becoming too tough for a business or residence the impacts of increased and the safety has decreased they are going to go in and dismantle the occupied zone I hope it's not pretty I hope no one gets hurt but I don't I hope it's not peaceful well that's kind of it right there's always somebody could place you could take because a you know ya it's just free it's it's everybody's it so it's it's a single tags at all there was a shooting last night in the cops weren't able to respond because there's no cop someone died Ole okay now we're getting serious here because when you don't let the law row you have any consequences some stuff made it seems pretty obvious and that's exactly what we've been talking about look great go have you commune somewhere no one's stopping you from that but the fact that an American mayor in an American city allowed people to just occupy streets of eight of the downtown the stock bears they don't own it businesses operate people live there and they just didn't care they just left those people I go yeah whatever you're on your own because some people decided to show up and overtake a police station well they they were six six blocks and then the police station was in there and of course mayor Jenny and governor Insley ball spineless Slappy is decided to have everyone in the precinct take off so that was their choice this lawless nature of this and the reason why people got hurt people got assaulted and people I'd got robbed and shot that's all one mayor Jenny all of that is on a journey she said I don't care if you're in here I didn't there's no protections you guys just do what you want everybody's going to be peaceful everybody's gonna have fun that was your decision the president of the United States said look if you don't do will go in there and do it for you because this is going to happen my job is to protect everybody in this nation including your Slappy town and I have to go in there and do it if you don't she's finally going to do which is funny too because again this is the double standard that some politicians are held to and others are not because you what might just sad about how this is all on mayor Jenny if this for trump running that city or Republican they would say that the media would absolutely say that about the mayor but because it's a Democrat they don't say that they don't have the crime they don't try to factor G. seeded six blocks of one of the great American cities two people who just protested and just showed up and think that that's cool like that's all we have parks you go do that stuff in a park but take over a park now where people live and work and make money and go to lunch and we'll walk to their apartments for crying out loud do it somewhere else in you know I went to Seattle for years ago it was during the occupy actually forgot about this my wife reminded me of it over the weekend she's like oh yeah there was a little section we had all the occupied peoples in the you know some urban scape and same kind of thing but this was different because it was multiple
Bill Noble on Garden Design
"Now. You were not a garden designer. Then and here you came to this place, and there's views of mountains and feels, and it feels like a big open place, but. You weren't a garden designer. SORTA figured out how to make a plan. And you speak about in the book about measuring the House and measuring the distance to things and kind of drawing and taking photos and kind of pinning up that and some inspiration on almost like a mood board to get started like you know to figure out what you were going to do, yes. Yes I came here not as a gardener. But I felt that I needed to learn really quickly. And and the way I learned was that. I had been farming and. As I. Tell Maybe in the book I made. Five thousand dollars at it. My first year felt great, and I made five thousand dollars at farming my last year and I'd had enough. And I landed a seasonal job restoring a half miles worth of white, pine and hemlock hedges at the Saint God's national historic site, in Cornish, which was the garden of Augustus Saint Gaudens and was part of an artist colony that included architects, landscape, architects and artists. Like Gerald Plot and Ellen Shipman And I really immersed myself. In the Garden Gardens, but it, but then in learning about the gardens that those artists had made. A really came to gardening? As an art form I. And then I had to learn. How to draw. and. Deal with hard scape, which still not very good at. but the National Park. Service was great about supporting. It staff. By providing training and I spent a couple years running down to Boston to Cambridge to the Radcliffe Institute and to the Arnold Arboretum and guarding the woods and learning the trade there. Okay, I'm applying it. on the job at Saint Gaudens and here and in some of the other Corner Gardens. I see so. One of my favorite parts of the book, besides all those big leafed plants in that was seventy foot, long border or something. It's just magnificent. Is that you make a list in the book that I find especially helpful I think you call it guiding principles and and I know this was after the fact because you started making the garden in nearly thirty years ago or twenty years ago, and you wrote the book just recently, but but it's good for those of US making Gardener Getting Ready to find tuna. Revise our gardens to think about guiding principle so is this something like this sort of self assessment? What do I really care about? Is this something you do with clients when you first visit there places? If the let me get away with it, yes! And, sometimes, sometimes more successfully than than others. Yeah I don't have a form. That I had a a client, but I I WANNA. I as a designer WANNA be able to understand the context. The built context, the living context the landscape context. And the social context as well as how the Oman Gardner is going to use the US the space use the garden, and what their what their goals
FBI warns China is launching cyber attacks to steal coronavirus research
"The FBI and the department of homeland security they've accused the Chinese government of targeting organizations conducting corona virus research with cyber attacks and warned that such companies should take steps to protect their systems even as they scramble to combat a virus that originated in China the warning comes amid an escalating standoff between China and the United States over the corona virus pandemic which originated in Wuhan China U. S. officials are investigating whether the naturally occurring virus came from a wet market or scape from a Wuhan lab were sources of said it was being studied interesting
Against All Odds: Lone Survivor
"Some survival stories hinge on strength of will a person's raw determination to live other times science steps in and saves the day Anna Hogan home worked as a radiologist at the University Hospital of North Norway. She made history there in nineteen ninety nine but on the operating table. Her remarkable incident began with a skiing trip after work with some colleagues. They were all avid skiers who were familiar with the local mountains and the conditions that day were ideal sunny with lots of fresh powder. They were only a few runs in. When Anna tripped losing her skis tumbled and slid toward a frozen stream when she hit the ice broke and her upper half was pulled into the frigid rushing. Water her friends ray able to reach her in grabbed her boots before the current could pull her all the way under. They phoned for help beneath the water. Bogging home struggled upward and managed to reach the airspace under the ice. She could breathe but her clothes were soaked. In near frozen water drowning now had to fight hypothermia to see who would get her first. By the time the Rescue Team arrived hacked a hole in the ice and halt her out. Bogging home had been submerged for nearly an hour and a half. Her skin was pure white. Her pupils were blown. She had no heartbeat. The Medevac helicopter. Ride took another hour during which the rescuers performed. Cpr At more information on the meat. Mak Your brain this piloting left to its own devices. The human body likes to be around ninety eight degrees Fahrenheit or thirty seven degrees Celsius all sorts of complex involuntary automatic. Things happen to keep you as close to that number as possible but the world is a cold place. Sometimes when the body census you getting too cold it begins to protect you from the outside in since air polls heat away from the surface of the body. Blood vessels in the skin begin. Constricting less blood is going to your arms and legs and more is staying in your core to keep your internal organs warm. This leaves -ceptable to frostbite. But you've got bigger problems. If the vessel constriction doesn't stop the temperature drop. The body tries to make more heat by moving the muscles. You'll start to shiver. Usually from the chest muscles outward. This too can be a problem if it goes on too long as it tears through your nutritional reserves and taxes heart increasing the risk of heart attack or stroke if your body temperature drops below ninety five degrees Fahrenheit thirty five Celsius hypothermia sets in your blood pressure drops and your breathing becomes shallow. This means less oxygen is getting to your brain which can bring on slurred speech. Confusion nonsensical action and none of which will be particularly helpful. Arctic Explorer Robert Falcon Scott referred to this in his writings on his nineteen eleven expedition as a half thawed brain. And there's a truly bizarre reaction that happens sometimes paradoxical undressing the freezing person suddenly feels like they're burning up and strips off all their clothes so now you're dead and everybody can see your hoo-ha as the cooling continues. The brain and other organs begin to shut down when the helicopter landed at University. Hospital fog and homes core temperature was fifty six degrees Fahrenheit fourteen degrees Celsius about sixty percent of what it should be. She had no signs of life. But the head of the Emergency Department mads Gilbert and his team made a decision. Anna was not dead until she was warm and dead. They rushed log home into an emergency room and hooked up to a heart lung. Bypass machine pumping her blood out of her body to warm it and then pumping it back in hours past. And her temperature's slowly rose. The staff watched her vitals. The ekg machine blipped then flatlined again. Then booked again. Suddenly homes heart jumped back to life coming on its own. The cold had preserved her brain like an organ waiting to be transplanted even while it was starving. Her brain of oxygen on a bag home was alive but she had a long row to Hoe. It took twelve days for her to open her eyes and it would take years for her to walk again but she did hell. She even went skiing again though. I most certainly would not not unless you want to try to her. Record for the lowest body temperature in the living eventually person outdoor recreation while healthy and fun always carries with it inherent dangers analog in home had her friends nearby to help. Aaron Ralston did not to tell you his story. Please welcome Mike Guest one Herrera from the podcast sick Parviz magna now for a story of survival and April. Two thousand three mountaineer Aaron Ralston goes hiking at. Utah's Kenyans National Park. He befriends hikers Christie and making and shows him an underground pool after swimming. Aaron parts ways with hikers and continues through a Slot Canyon in Blue John Canyon climbing he slips and falls knocking over boulder which crushes his right hand and wrist against the wall. He calls for help but realizes soon that he is alone. Ralston begin recording a video diary to maintain morale as chips away parts of the boulder to try and free himself and tries to keep warm at night he rashes food and water to survive the ordeal. No water available. He is forced to drink his era. It is sterile for those that don't up. He sets up a pulley using his climbing rope. In a futile attempt to with the bowed over the next five days Ralston tries using his multi tool to cut himself free but the latest doll to cut the bone in his video. He becomes desperate and depressed. He elucidates about scape relationships and past experiences including a former lover and Krisztian Megan during one hallucination. He realizes his mistake that he did not tell anyone where he was going. And he decides that destiny has trapped him with the bolter on the six day. Ralston has a vision of his future. Son Springs Wilson Survive. He fashions or turnkey from a camel. Tube insulation and uses the Caribbean or to tighten it then using his knowledge of torque he breaks bone in his arm and using the multi tool so amputates it he wraps stump to prevent examination and takes a picture of the boulder repels down a sixty foot rock face using his other arm and drinks rainwater from open. He needs a family on a hike. Who ALERT THE AUTHORITIES AND A UTAH? Highway Patrol helicopter brings him to the hospital. Years Later Ralston starts a family continues climbing and always leaves a note saying where he has gone with that. Being said Aaron Ralston shares. What he has learned that three gifts. Adversity gives you one shows you who are what is important after realizing that we are likely going to die in that Canyon. Allston recorded goodbyes. To his family his last will and testament formulating those thoughts and focusing on his family kept him going and motivated not to give to it. Shows us what we're capable of multiple points throughout his experience said underestimated his ability to survive yet. Kept powering through emails stone. He thought would be his last. I found strength courage and determination and grit that I could never conceived of Ralston sub. Adversity causes us to dig deeper. Now he had ever done before to get in touch with the thing that motives even when we lose our motivation three. It shows what extraordinary about being alive. By the Time Ralston was able to amputate his own hand. He was smiling while he did it because he had come so close to death so many times throughout this ordeal driver freedom his well to see his family again genesis certainty that he had more life left to live in the end overpowered all of the agony and despair. He felt along the way Robinson is one of the few unforgettable survivor stories. That are out there. This has been done from Parvez. Magna giving an podcast. Check out my show as we talk about multiple success stories and how everyone got from their point point B. Thanks look in the show notes for a link to his show which all the appearing onto from that very well known story to one that's lesser known but always fascinates me when I come across it if again on Christmas Eve. Nineteen seventy-one Julianne. Cup was a high school senior living in Peru though she was a German citizen owing to her German researcher parents seventeen year old. Julian and her mother board a flight across the country to join her father at the research station. Her parents had founded. Julian's graduation was the day before and this way she could both attend the ceremony and the family could spend the holidays together
How Does Agoraphobia Work?
"Doesn't it seem like some people aren't afraid of anything? But you know what those people? They're phonies because they're scared of chainsaw clowns just like everybody else. They're just better at hiding it. Everybody has fears. But not everybody has a phobia medically recognized. Phobias are different from normal fear in that they provoke a very intense reaction they're unreasonable or unwarranted for instance being intensely afraid of guy with a shotgun in a ski mass while that kind of makes sense but being intensely afraid of balloons doesn't so much and finally they can interfere with a person's ability to live their life but there are other anxiety disorders that while very real and potentially very disruptive of a person's life are far more insidiously. Vague and Agoraphobia is one of them according to the DSM. Five every year one point seven percent of adolescents and adults will be diagnosed with agoraphobia. So what is it well? A lot of people have heard the term and have a vague idea of what it means but a lot of these ideas are wrong or at least they don't tell the whole story so for instance some things that a Gora phobia are not are a fear of crowds a fear of wide open spaces or a fear of being outside though all of these may be a manifestation of actual agoraphobia. Agoraphobia is actually a broader complaint that will often include some or all of the fears previously listed so for some general layperson definitions to help. You get the gist of it here. We go agoraphobia. Is A type of anxiety disorder in which you fear and often avoid places or situations that might cause you to panic and make you feel trapped helpless or embarrassed. That's from the Mayo. Clinic OR AGORAPHOBIA. Is An intense fear and anxiety of being in places where it is hard to escape or where help might not be available. Agoraphobia usually involves fear of crowds bridges or of being outside alone. That's from the National Library of medicine at the National Institutes of health. One More AGORAPHOBIA is a fear of being in situations where scape might be difficult or help wouldn't be available if things go wrong. That's from the National Health Service in the UK so really agoraphobia is more broadly the fear of being trapped in a vulnerable situation especially when exacerbated by an existing predisposition to panic disorder. Very often the person with agoraphobia specifically dreads experiencing a panic attack or other panicked like symptoms in a situation where such inexperienced would be especially inopportune according to the DSM five and this is the latest edition of the professional diagnostic handbook for mental health professionals. According to that to meet the diagnostic criteria for a goer phobia. You must have quote market fear. Orange Zaidi about two or more of the following scenarios standing in line or being in a crowd being outside of the home alone using public transportation being an open spaces or being an enclosed spaces so the DSM five reports that the person with a Gore phobia fears or voids these situations because of thoughts that escape and might be difficult or might not be available in the event of developing panic like symptoms or other incapacitating or embarrassing symptoms. What physically happens is the following according to the US National Library of medicine these symptoms. Show up when you're experiencing agoraphobia chest. Pain or discomfort choking or shortness of breath dizziness or fainting nausea rapid heartbeat sweating and trembling also according to the DSM five. You can only meet the criteria for diagnosis. If you always are almost always have the fear response to these situations. You actively avoid these situations or require the help of a companion. The level of fear you feel is disproportionate to the threat represented. This condition lasts for six months or more the fear anxiety or avoidance causes coat clinically significant distress or prevents you from living a normally functional life and the suite of symptoms. You experience is not better grouped under another diagnosis for example if your fear only occurs because you fear people's reactions to perceived flaws in your physical appearance this might be a body dismore disorder instead of general agoraphobia. So if you have intense persistent debilitating fear. That you'll begin to have a panic attack or another embarrassing or incapacitating episode while you're stuck in a place or situation you can't get out of or where you can't find help. You might have a Gore phobia. We'll that's a long one and this can have some really serious consequences for example more than one in three people with Gora Phobia are completely homebound and unable to work and sometimes people inappropriately self medicate with the abuse of drugs and alcohol. Agoraphobia often develops out of an existing panic disorder for example if a person experiences a panic attack in particular type of place say for example like an airplane or an elevator. He or she might start to avoid ever being in that situation again over time. This can develop into full blown agoraphobia. Something like Agoraphobia can sometimes be difficult to accurately diagnose since it's associated with something like panic disorder and because the functional symptoms may resemble those of problems with different causes for example may dread and avoid flying an airplane because of a Gora Phobia or maybe simply because you feared death by plane crash. The situational phobia is outwardly similar. But it happens for very different. Reasons are all right. So maybe you're wondering if I've got a Gora Phobia. How do I treat it? Well the most common treatment responses are a combination of cognitive behavioral. Therapy an antidepressant medication. Cognitive behavioral therapy is basically a common form of psychotherapy where the therapist helps the patient talk through thought processes and common behaviors and then replaces those bad thoughts and behavior patterns with better ones antidepressant. Medication could also include drugs. Such as selective Serotonin reuptake inhibitors or s our eyes or Serotonin Neuro. Epinephrine reuptake inhibitors. So if you or someone you know are suffering from agoura phobia. There's help out there. All you have to do is seek it out.
Daffodils Placed Outside Boston Hospitals To Show Appreciation For Medical Workers
"Rich by the time you hear this thousands of potted daffodils will be placed outside hospitals in Boston to show gratitude and support for our front line medical workers this is all the work of marathon daffodils which of line the Boston Marathon route for years and this year due to covert nineteen something a little different joining me coordinator for marathon daffodils campaign Diane valley tell us all about it Diane because of the corona virus pandemic we have to be very mindful of the governor and the mayor advisory first social different thing but we also wanted to use the daffodil to bring a symbol of hope so our way of doing it this year it's have thousands upon the death of the place that the hospital the medical community can enjoy them and take them home or look at them when they are working hope that it will bring them some joy and Boston strong spirit and we are so grateful for all of their contribution to keep us safe W. F. the bell a man who has been our partner for a number of years is helping us strategize how to reach out to the hospital and with the help of open green house who are the growth of these beautiful marathon capital city scape who are helping us distribute them we're hoping
"m scape" Discussed on PTI
"Villains are exaggerated heroes are exaggerated and bulk is celebrated King Kong Bundy who was born Christopher palace in Atlantic City. New Jersey died today at sixty one he was called King Kong because he's six four and four hundred sixty pounds. And it looked like he could lift the Empire State building. He was a villain in an anti hero. His most famous match was in the steel cage against the heroic whole Cogan and the script called for HOGAN win. We'll on the wrestlers of my youth were killer Kowalski and Ricky star. And I'm too old for King Kong Bundy, but your his age, I am twenty. But that was the beginning of the end for me in wrestling. I love the age before when I was a kid which also contained Bruno San Martino and Bobo Brazil, the bruiser guys like that. He was also a villain in the series of matches very popular with Andre the giant wasn't. He like one of the few guys actually pick up on the giant. Enormous one correction. Washington's G league team is the gogo. The go Go's were all girl band. Aids are bad quick to the big Will Smith reportedly played Richard Williams in upcoming film in king, Richard makes sense. He asked the Samuel Jackson salmon there was well the giants decided to not tag safety. Landon Collins making him three agents that's prize. You know, there are is not going up Mark Trestman. You boy coaching XFL team. Tampa has had a good higher. Keep working not sure should NFL coaster getting hit coach wake you do. Tonight. Zion's out is vulnerable. No not to. No, right. Not you don't think that last one rockets and raptors tonight what he expect I expect the rockets five-game league-high winning streak to come to an end in Toronto. How many have already to audit time trying to better the next on Sony Kornheiser? I'm Mike von same time tomorrow. Knuckleheads. You can get the PTI podcast on the.
"m scape" Discussed on PTI
"I do think there are big names that are out there who are free agents guy. Jeff, Gundy example, tie Lou as an example, Jason Kidd as an example, there are guys with big names who won it. But if you want an established coach who's got rings on his fingers, it's going to be an awful hard sell to get him to LA. I think so we'll get you out of here on this. And you're painting very bleak picture not just of the president of the future with the Lakers. We'll think it's absolutely stunning. And on the problem was booed. Never. Well, your tickets away from them spoil. If you told me, we're going to boom, I can't even imagine it. But what are Lakers fans, it doesn't sound? Like, you think they're looking forward anything great next year. I think the bet that you're making his on. What's behind me, the beautiful weather in Los Angeles. And the brand is the Lakers you're betting on somebody wanting to be a part of that. By the way, there is somebody's names Anthony Davis. It's just complicated to get there. And that's why starting today. The Lakers may need to start looking at their draft pick their three games in the loss column out of the number seven pick. They are closer to the number seven pick. Then they are to the playoffs at this point. And if the number seven pick not only is it a higher pick. But you gotta thirty three percent chance of being in the top four. You get the seventh picker you get the fourth pick. Now, you can Rian gauge pelicans with a whole nother asset that you didn't really have before. And I think that's a that's a factor. Considering coups months hurt. Ball is hurt. Ingram is hurt. Heart is hurt. Shut them all down. Down let LeBron play with a bunch of g leaguers, and you you take some losses. That's the direction the team needs to go need to start thinking about how they're going to get Davis. How they're going to get another star. Even if that is possibly in the draft if they get lucky to ever think you'd hear LeBron boot did you ever think I never thought LeBron James would be talking on March fourth about whether he was gonna shut it down for the season. Well, thank you. Brian us all. Let's take one last break still to come is Duke vulnerable tonight with Zion. And what should we expect out of James harden represented and only be a spoilsport, but you just say it's a lot of smog and fog and LA today. So those are the tears of Lakers fans rising from the heat on the sidewalk, that's the smog. They get. People up in twenty six birthday college swore warps will on were noting this birthday because shore used to live in your building in Chicago is a confounding hitter. He it's a lot of home runs, but doesn't hit forever JR. Doesn't drive in a lottery when he hits hits them. Good defend you board. He's a nice player win a World Series ring, and they wouldn't have wanted probably without is a great neighbor picked up a tabby yoke every now. And then that's a good thing. Happy anniversary Michigan around the state last year. The wolverines won the big ten tournament in Madison Square Garden that was a week before selection. Sunday was an idiot all the big ten to hold its tournament an ideology time ornament a week before all the other main on conferences. The big ten was pushed out by the big east one of the low point in history. Princi- go ahead defend you conflict carried away. It was the worst decision to only maybe only bad one. Jim Delany has made. But the turnament is back in Chicago at the United. Next week somewhere. So we should be all the time a melancholy trails to King Kong Bundy professional. Wrestling has always been a sport where people were larger than life..
"m scape" Discussed on PTI
"You're there does it look as messy up close as it does from our distance here to things that struck me last night number one the complete lack of energy in the building for the biggest game of the season staple center. The crowd didn't even really believe in it. They were kind of going through the motions. Secondly, the complete lack of fight in the Lakers locker room after the game. There was not really anybody saying, oh, yeah. We can get over this. It's okay. We still gonna eighteen games left. We can go fifteen in three LeBron was answering questions about what it was gonna shut it down. They all knew that it was very much over. And I just can't believe that on March fifth actually was March fourth at this point that the Lakers are pretty much done in everybody in the building new at and everybody in the locker room note, Brian I'm going to ask you to look a little bit east. To Anthony Davis and tell me what is the word is he disappointed in what he's seeing. The Lakers does all this Malays in LA. I dunno dampen his enthusiasm for going out there. I think if you're a star player like Anthony Davis when you look at the Lakers, you only see LeBron. I don't think anybody else on the roster. You think is going to be their first off their rolling to trade almost all of their significant pieces for him. Secondly, you look at those guys are all one year contracts or or they tried to train them off. I don't think you figure any of those guys are going to be there. So when you come to LA if you're Anthony Davis trained LA or you wait in free agency. Or however, you make it I think you figure it's me and LeBron and then we'll figure it out. I think you're betting on the brand. I think you're on the city. That's also LeBron is doing the problem is this year's free agents, generally all have championships. Kevin durant? Klay Thompson Colli Leonard, kyri Irving. Even if they love Los Angeles, they have the clippers. They can go. They don't need LeBron to compete for titles. We've another deep free agent class. It's not an ideal free agent class to play with LeBron. And that's something that has become been revealed itself as these months of gone on. Well, speaking of people who could be out Luke Walton is largely the center of today's speculation if he's out who is in. And let me say I even heard the word in the last twenty four hours. Maybe you've heard this to Erik Spoelstra. Does that make any sense to you? I can't see are supposed to leave in the heat. But I would anything impossible. I think for a coach who's got a good job right now to come to the Lakers. It would either take an obscene amount of money or take the idea that you're going to get an acquisition that's going to make this an instantaneous championship contender. And I don't know if the Lakers are ready to pay a coach ten or twelve million which would probably take I don't know where that content that major players gonna come before you would hire the coach, Luke. Is probably gonna take the blame. Even though he's probably got a pretty small share of it. And somebody else is going to be eager to come in. There to accept that blame..
"m scape" Discussed on PTI
"You have to treat. Look, here's what is true though. There are treatments that you. And I look each other what like stem cell, and maybe parts of the community are against these type of treatments too bad for them. They're legally available to athletes and others who treat these things as aggressively as you can. And you hope that you can control this entire girly can have at least four five more. Great running six two. Eight-year great look at these numbers for second. If you've forgotten because during playoff games, he was on asylum. He's got into last two seasons. Thirty rushing touchdowns. He's got forty overall touchdowns says nobody has those numbers. So if he's lost to you. If you can't count on all games. So if you have to if you have to put them in certain games and not other games or they have to go stem or other day. Oh him like forty five million dollars, which in the NFL big time trying to get him. Well, don't know an NFL is not big time money because they'll just say you cut. No, that's guaranteed that dad's guaranteeing. Let's take a break. Nothing. Coming up is this Lakers dysfunction as MRI of close as looks from far away. We're going Brian Windhorst. We'll also ask him whether it's dimming Anthony Davis desire to play in the purple and gold. He doesn't appear to have any desire to play. Now. Play last night. I think he went as a defensive replacement. One second ago. No interruption is brought to you by Advil. You'll ask what pain with that? In a story. We've broke wide open and our first segment the Lakers struggled lily to. Let's bring in our great friend, PTI NBA insider, Brian windows. Let's start with this..
"m scape" Discussed on PTI
"I mean, I think he's blaming the players put the best player there is career having. Let's talk about Brad Stevens for second. He got to the final game. And he got to find four twice at Butler when Butler was mid major Kate. He overachieved the overachieved with the Celtics early forbid Pete Correal at Princeton one. When people didn't expect him. To win. When he didn't have all the talent Brad Stevens. Now has the most talented player. He's ever had major. No, Kyrie Irving is that good the people the John wooden 's the Phil Jackson's to Pat Riley who win when everybody's looking because they've got the most talent that has hardest job. Yeah. That's the hard. This was gonna be hard. Because last year they went in with not a half roster, but they went in with a depleted roster. And they got the game seven and probably should've beaten Cleveland gone to the front. They come back and add the two people who were missed ordinary wooden less than and that's why nobody seems to be happy. Jaylen Brown called the top socks that toxics bad word tok. So so so what do they do? They get rid of people with something's top. You have to subtract. You don't exactly is going to have to subtract. You don't expect Kyrie Irving to be there next year? The not really he should go with Kevin Durant. Ho, you should go to the Knicks play the new Nick don't like the media go play in the G league. Go play for the go Go's. Nobody and you'll be watching. Nobody goes even to the go Go's yet. I have not is a local Chuck Brown. We do have NFL item of not only stories of piling up about Todd Gurley and his balking knee CBS forces the Rams are considering stem cell treatment. And the Atlantic says recent tests have revealed girly has arth rightous in that need. Remember really was a mysterious non factor in both the NFC title game and the Super Bowl so tone. What should the Rams do about this running back? Okay. So you hear the word stem cell treatment. You don't expect to hear those words. It's just a few years ago that stem cell treatment seemed to me to be experimental surge. Kobe Bryant go to Europe something happened in that was blood spill. Well, I don't know what it reminds me of is loss Avirgan the great distance runner who used to take out his own blood, and maybe somebody else's blood came back in maybe old yard came back in that stuff happens. So when you hear this associated with young? Yeah. Running back a fabulous running back. What it tells you is? If I'm running the Rams, I don't think I can count on Todd Gurley. When I first heard about this. I thought my I don't all running backs have some degree of arthritis. So to that end takes my man, Dr Jason Daniels that sentence, and he said, you're an idiot. People get this in their early thirties. Not as you only four terms of the arthritis guy. He's around athletes all the time. And so I see that and apologize because apparently Tony this is rare at twenty four to sort of have this is difficult..
"m scape" Discussed on PTI
"They fired Steve Alford about six games in whatever you sit here, very often. And you say quite correctly about the university of Nebraska, these people crazy they think that it's do them that they go eleven in one every single year 'cause when Tom Osborne in the eighties. They did John wooden not walking down now. And UCLA people think what you know, John wooden won all the time week, you time we UCLA. No, no, no, look, I wonder about this. Because I think I think Luke Walton is going to be terrific coach in the NBA, maybe some probably somewhere else and think it could be a good coach in college. Tony whether that is UCLA or not as interesting, but there's a dynamic involved in college basketball, which Lucas. Expressed displeasure for wisely. The whole AAU thing the recruitment process got sensible. You have to do it. If you don't like it, if you're not predisposed to it. It can make it difficult. Tony coaches have expressed that and it's been not long for them. So maybe Leukel saying the pros Luke Walton is a good move. Welcome today. Great job substituting for Steve. Yeah. We had a great cast of characters. I thought he was the right hire for the Lakers. I still think he I still think that but LeBron came in LeBron's history is if your there and now I'm coming in. You're not there long. That's how it works with LeBron. So I think in Luke Walton was doomed I don't. Doomed with the Lakers. I don't think by the way. And by the way, I don't think he's defensible. We're talking about who owns this failure. He'll to said he owns. That's everyone owns it's on today's story about the dissolution of the Boston, Celtics. Danny Ainge on Boston.
"m scape" Discussed on PTI
"Little bit wasn't PTI boys and girls in today's episode Zion is out Todd Gurley is struggling and the Celtics space of big test. The we begin today with what surely is the end of the Los Angeles Lakers this year, they lost to the clippers last night. And we heard perhaps the most amazing sound of this season the booing of LeBron James. Yeah. Lebron James at Staples Center will on who owns this failure. That was that was stunning to hear I tend to double check. Believe and wind on that. They all deserve it. They all deserve it. I mean, nobody gets any sort of special category of blame. There's no goat. And I mean goat in the way we used to mean, go not GIO. So you could just do the whole organization Rosser you love it. Tony. This is not some tragedy. Sports tragedy to me. It's a team that is under performed and guess what? History in every sport is littered with them. I'm going to rank the people who own the failure. As far as I'm concerned. Lebron owns the failure. Rich, Paul owns failure. Magic Johnson's failure. Which Paul owns it for being arrogant enough to think that he alone could publicly that was crazy trace publicly force New Orleans to give up its best player and send him to the Lakers. I don't think magic assembled any sort of team that anyone take seriously. But the most weight of the blame falls on the brain. Because the bronze one of the greatest players of all time still we'd still play. He went to eight straight finals, which is absolutely amazing. You gotta go back to Bill Russell, and he went out there. And he's been in finals with marginally talented teams Margie teams and track to a championship. That's why you can go back to one of the great accomplishments in basketball. I sat here at the beginning of the year. I is if. They wouldn't fifty I find it very hard to believe that this has happened. I think it's a black Mark against the length and breadth of his foot booing him. That's not as Louis him is beyond. What's in -able? At the beginning of this season. Actually at the end of last season beginning of the season. This was all the talk NBA circles, which I do travel in the spring and summer covering the sports network and one of my colleagues, Tim Bontemps now writing longer for the Washington Post for the what for the this network ESPN, Tim bet me bet me and he said the Lakers are not going to play offs. And I said you're on drugs. Let's make a big big fat dinner bet in LA. And he said, look, it's too quick. There's not enough people. Maybe if they make a big trade which happen he there are people like him who saw this coming. Tony. I didn't not a small number. So that's what I'm saying. Not everybody's shocked. You have an Irish shocks. I am truly Sean to have the most glamorous player in basketball on the most glamorous team. I mean, the Lakers the Celtics may have been better for longer. Periods of time. Nobody was ever as glamorous or more glamorous than the Lakers for them. Not to even make the playoffs. Now, you one stumble bum out. I wanna hear I don't wanna hear ownership say oh players were in dangled out there, you know, in front of New Orleans. Stop don't please you're upset though. You're upset the Lakers. I kind of the Lakers in big abroad fan. A lot of talk today from California about Luke Walton losing his job with the Lakers presuming they missed the playoffs. But all is not lost the society for Luke rebukes reporting..
"m scape" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"m scape" Discussed on The Kinda Sleepy Podcast
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"m scape" Discussed on Defensive Security Podcast
"An early days of the internet there was a whole bunch of all my go gained your website and from these vulnerabilities pay me i'll tell you what they are right he continues scape professional beware that any organization has a security practice never respond to requests like when he said well there he starts to lose me i think anytime somebody comes at you with some you know some information about potential ability you probably at least need to do a cursory look over what the story is just in case any continues i willing to discuss whatever is you believe you found but i won't be duped demanded for us to bounty or listen to a sales pitch i guess frustration we our industry has a lot of folks who do crap like that so i think i think people in this article focused on the the lost little context not about the pg key i think it's a you know if this is a sales pitch i i'm not i'm not fond of your approach is the way i read that email i agree with that but that's not really the story but right and it well i think it's it's part of the story and you know it's been it's been since quoted that apparently this mike gust of i'm gonna put your name so i'm not gonna say i used to work at equifax and kind of implying that you know my gosh but it's awful everywhere he goes but i you know.
"m scape" Discussed on Click
"Now that is the sound scape that confronts as you enter the exhibition it's called power and it's currently running at sheffield trafalgar warehouse maltin werre isn't isn't this this oh martin so this is a busy time vehicle the exhibition going on there in sheffield we obviously heard some of the sound of it had us a bit more about what goes on the physical experience of getting the exhibition well it's a multimedia exhibition so there's lots of projections video walls there's three dimensional sound speaking of sound he has really and there's also testimony of people involved in the in the steel industry and a there's an old installation that we did in the any sell textual be ali which is talking about schaffel zip pack on the world as well and this is all to do sheffield imports hall so this still works film and sound from both locations in date onion operating where the couple of other artists exhibition takes in print making embroidery a real fusion nice pays off the analog and the digital you have craft related art and then your own work in this three d sculpturing of sound that's right this is using some software presumably where you take all the sounds new almost map where in space we're going to hear certain sounds this a proprietary piece of software code design called three d audio scape which we've been used nefer nearly some teenage years in different versions and enables us to move.
"m scape" Discussed on The Tech Guy
"Yeah i am an architect and i have invested in some three d technology allows you to do walk throughs of spin around and all the the the real life affects for my clients and the background format is called a sky box i don't know that's specific to either luminary or in scape which of the products that i use but i'm going to be able to go out to clients land there there area where they're going to actually build and the my own sky box my own background to help them even more of a sense of what is going to be looking at finished product yeah how do i do that to know anything about that so i know that there's some out there but yeah the sky box file format is is particular end scape i think but i think it's also easy to convert it to another of format i see for instance game designers use it so the issue is what you probably are going to want to look for is a way to convert sky box to a youtube video so that they can and this by the way would have a huge advantage for you because for right now you have to come to your office right and put on the helmet look on a pro you know provide format but i can send it out on email on the blog and see what the video i would say they can do it on a on a browser as well.
"m scape" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"Interior of i leading to be this burning hell scape within the freezing hell scape another crazy fact about i o jupiter is going to loom huge in the sky the nasa jpl website has a really interesting app that i recommend you try to use it it's the a solar system simulator which lets you simulate looking at one object in the solar system from another object in the solar system at any given time and i tried this out i was like okay what does it look like looking at jupiter from ohio right now and from the surface of i o right now jupiter currently takes about takes up about nineteen point five degrees in the sky so imagine the degrees from horizon to horizon you've got about one hundred and eighty degrees this this is about twenty degrees that's like one ninth of the width of the sky it's crazy to imagine that i mean it's crazy to imagine even for standing on the surface of iowa in your i guess god like spacesuit that somehow protects you from all of these extreme conditions somehow i think we're not ever going to be walking on yeah me you would have to be dealing with like a what a level level one or level two civilization just carter chevelle carter chef level like like some sort of like crazy sifi field system i wouldn't even be a physical suit as much as like crazy energy field is somehow protecting it unless you're sean connery with a shotgun.
"m scape" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show
"Um but you know since i moved make these films where i really am trying to make the audience have a visceral experience with the character in this case jennifer lawrence's character i try to draw the audience into to subjective point of view by you know creating a sound scape that starts off realistic but ben as things sort of shifting get more more insane becomes more more expressive expressionist iq i love the fact that people are going to be you'll see this in theaters for a lot of reasons and i want to connect this to something else that i read about you which relates to the historical lack of compliance to widget making the story of you shooting natalie portman for blacks one in the subway at something like three in the morning without necessary permits without her having signed a contract how do you and i don't know it nearly as many filmmakers you do but i know few yeah how do you get away with it i mean meaning you seem to be able and this is from the outside looking into but to make the art you want to make and bend the rules or do things like that why is that are there certain sort of contractual decisions or conversations you've had that allow you to do it did you set the precedent as like a problem child early so that there is that god's fucking darren so you get away with it i mean it's just the project i i don't think you know it's never meant to be abusive i mean i don't know but i'm just saying that i think that's the beat the reality is it's it's not abusive it's about the work.