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"msn" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

05:24 min | 2 months ago

"msn" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"Com, that's where you have the same thing happens. Correct. So you see the images or how much of the page you see. Like I'm looking at MSN, I see a picture of the UN, I see fires in Iran, it might be different because MSN customizes itself. But I do see the images. Actually, I see one here that's blank that must be an advertisement. So it's just a white page. Nothing on it. That's when you click the title. Right. But when you go to the front page of MSN dot com, do you see all the images and everything? Yes. Yes, we do. Okay. All right. So here's what we're going to try. I'm going to click on one of these articles on MSN. And you should see in the top left corner of your iPad. Do you see that little characters? There's like an a, a, and then there's a little puzzle icon. On the right hand side. No, this would be on the top left, where you type in MSN dot com in your browser. Yes, and what do those are in those squares? Nothing. Okay. You sound like a doctor right now. So I'm wondering if you, do you know if you're running the latest? Have you updated your iPad to the latest version? Okay, so it's pretty old. Now we're getting somewhere here. Yeah, so I think instead, this is something you're going to want to do in the safari settings. So instead of being in safari, what we actually want to do is temporarily go into the settings app, and then scroll down until on that iPad, you see the safari icon. You'll see the safari name next to it. And when you tap on that, you should have settings for safari. And what I want you to look for is a setting called extensions or a setting called blocking. There's something that has worked. What do you think's going on here? I think that there's some blocker running. Blocker running. Yeah. Do you have any security software on your iPhone? Or iPad? No, no ad blocking. Software. Yeah, you should definitely check extensions. For content blockers. Check the date also, make sure your date is correct on your iPad, that it is today's date. Okay, we can check that. Yeah, just to make sure okay, so far. And what are you seeing on that screen? Do you see something called content blockers or extensions as one of those settings?

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"msn" Discussed on Black Mental Health Podcast

Black Mental Health Podcast

05:26 min | 5 months ago

"msn" Discussed on Black Mental Health Podcast

"It's still in its infancy, especially for the black and brown population. You know, it's still in the infancy. So there's more than enough time to be able to go and get that degree. And again, there's different routes to do so. I mean, you know, you could be a therapist. You could be a psychiatric nurse practitioner. I pushed for that for a lot of people. I didn't know what that was until. Until later on in life, I would have did that. Psychiatric nurse practitioner, whoever's listening. Talk to me. No, you go into that. What's the talk to me the benefits of why you think that's one need to be pushed a lot more? So it's psychiatric nurse practitioner is a master's level nurse in the psychiatric field. What's special about them is that they have what we call prescriptive authority. They're able to prescribe medications, right? So we have a psychiatrist who, you know, you go to med school and it's a lot of years. And then you have your psychiatric nurse practitioners who can who can also prescribe the medication, but instead of going to med school for, you know, 8 to ten, 12 years, you get your RN, you get your BSN, then you get your MSM, which is what, you know, you know, probably takes, you know, for your BSN, either you do four years of undergrad or you do a bridge program, but then your MSN is just two years. And then you have the ability to give a prescriptive authority. So, you know, it's another, it's another. Role that you can play as prescribing medication, but you don't have to, if you don't want to go to school for that long to be a psychiatrist, you can still have that role as a psychiatric nurse practitioner where a lot of companies are hiring psychiatric nurse practitioners because they're a little more affordable. But they give great work under the supervision of a psychiatrist. Now thank you for that 'cause I didn't even consider. Again, I'm still developing my role.

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"msn" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

Techmeme Ride Home

05:48 min | 8 months ago

"msn" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

"For group chats, this requirement will be rolled out over a period of four years. Penalties for breaching the rules can be up to 10% of annual worldwide turnover in the case of first infringements and even up to 20% in the case of repeated infringements. Parliament was also successful in its call to get web browsers and virtual assistants into the scope of the core platform services. The commission, as lead enforcer of the rules, is now tasked with staffing the relevant services that will be involved in the designation procedures as well as preparing to enforce the obligations and the prohibitions which become applicable later this year. So there is a whole bunch of crazy possibilities here. For example, I think this means that you would be able to pick your own voice assistant, for example, you could buy a HomePod but put Alexa on it, and even more wild would this mean not only the end of green bubbles, but imagine if Apple had to allow you to directly message and interoperate with Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp telegram, what have you. What if this means that messaging becomes like email, no more silos, no more aim or MSN messenger can't talk to each other. What if the social graph of messaging is blown wide open? Now, there are about a billion technical issues that would need to be solved to make that happen. Quoting Benedict Evans. It's relatively straightforward to imagine how iMessage and WhatsApp could be interoperable, but more of a puzzle to work out what it would mean to send a snap story to WhatsApp. What does the EU think should happen then? And who gets fined if it doesn't work? If any messaging app is obliged to accept any inbound messages from any other app, then how do you deal with spam or harassment? How do you block harassers? You will almost certainly have to disable end to end encryption at the moment a message leaves one network and goes to another. How do you signal that to users? Will the EU find you for telling people that the EU has broken your privacy? End quote. And as Alex stamos tweeted quote, also, as many people have pointed out, federating an end to end encrypted namespace across many providers is a very open engineering challenge. A cynic might say, this is a way to effectively outlaw end to end encryption while framing it as an antitrust move against tech. And also several people have pointed this out, but quoting Tsar Abadi on Twitter, quote, amazingly, and unsurprisingly, this is bullish for meta. And we will see the inevitable stories about how interoperability is bad because of data sharing. Remember when Facebook tried to enable devs to get Friends, Friends, data, end quote. That last part is what led to Cambridge Analytica, someone responded. And finally, quitting Dar ab sanjo, I'm confident that Apple will either ignore or delay implementation eating fines along the way. But once they do, we'll restrict interoperability to EU users. They have elevated proprietary lock in to a fine art end quote. Speaking of Mark gurman is reporting that Apple plans to launch a monthly subscription service by 2023. For the iPhone and other hardware that could tie into Apple one bundles and AppleCare, quote the idea is to make the process of buying an iPhone or iPad on par with paying for iCloud storage or an Apple music subscription each month. Apple is planning to let customers subscribe to hardware with the same Apple ID and App Store account they use to buy apps and subscribe to services today. The program would differ from an installment program in that the monthly charge wouldn't be the price of the device split across 12 or 24 months, rather it would be a yet to be determined monthly fee that depends on which device the user chooses. The company has discussed allowing users of the program to swap out their devices for new models when fresh hardware comes out. It historically releases new versions of its major devices, including the iPhone iPad and Apple watch once a year, end quote. Guess what? We spoke to mark about exactly this on the Twitter space last night, going into detail about how the math would work out on this for Apple in a very specific way. So I encourage you to listen to the very beginning of the bonus episode this Sunday. Real quick, UK police have apparently arrested 7 people aged 16 to 21 as a part of an investigation into a hacking group end quote, but did not say if the suspected teenager behind lapses is among them. And well, if you want some tangible indications that the recent performance of tech companies on the stock market has had an impact on private valuations, well, Instacart has slashed its valuation by almost 40% to around $24 billion. Down from $39 billion, which was the valuation in March of 2021 when it raised $265 million. Quoting Bloomberg. Instacart hopes the move will boost recruiting and retention efforts by aligning new equity awards with the updated valuation that could have more potential for gains over the long term if the company regains favor in the markets. Recently, investors have been souring on private and public technology companies. Voluntarily lowering its valuation is an unusual move for a startup and a rare admission that a company got ahead of itself. There have been some instances where companies raise more capital at a lower valuation known as the dreaded down round. Two years ago, rent the runway, raise new funding that valued the fashion startup at less than its $1 billion valuation at the time during the early days of the pandemic. But in Instacart's case, the reevaluation was done voluntarily without investors forcing its hand. According to Instacart, the.

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Jen Psaki Shrugs off Crime Concerns as Part of ‘Alternate Universe’

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:19 min | 10 months ago

Jen Psaki Shrugs off Crime Concerns as Part of ‘Alternate Universe’

"Yeah, when they're pee, says the first year of the Biden administration was extraordinary. I'd agree with that. Although I suspect we have a different interpretation of extraordinary. But extraordinary is one way to put it. Yesterday, press secretary laughing off the concerns that 83% of Americans have, according to a recent poll that crime is the first and foremost problem in America's communities. And Psaki shrugs this off as Fox being in an alternate universe. She was on a podcast explaining that she's got the four screens on her wall. The cable news networks. I guess that would be Fox News, MSNBC, CNN, and what was the fourth maybe MSN or CNBC, I guess? So those are the four cable news networks that real image really for news and breaking news and opinion is just Fox MSNBC. And CNN, things are so bad incidentally over at MSNBC that their top rated show host is taking a sabbatical

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"msn" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:35 min | 11 months ago

"msn" Discussed on WTOP

"Three O 8 Traffic weather on the 8s with Dave dildine in the double TOP traffic center From national harbor and the Wilson bridge into D.C. D.C. fire MSN to a crash on I two 95 northbound near suitland Parkway They were sent about ten minutes ago Should be on scene by now Northbound traffic on two 95 is slow back near Malcolm X avenue D.C. two 95 congested both ways between the 11th street bridge and betting road on three 95 brief delays near main avenue in the waterfront and in Virginia from the 14th street bridge to Fredericksburg three 95 is fine 95 south exit one 63 lord and is blocked by crash response We've got normal delays at the aka Kwan no delays farther south through Stafford county 66 westbound between the beltway and haymarket traffic moves well westbound eastbound not so bad either The work zone beyond 50 fairfax should be getting cleared On the beltway through Maryland and Virginia only heavy in Montgomery county on the interloop as usual No issues on two 70 Some slow traffic and Riverdale down below the Baltimore Washington Parkway on four ten could be purple line work could be something else expect delays on four ten especially eastbound toward and near the VW Parkway Giant increased their starting pay rate for many positions with additional compensation based on experience Opportunities are available across the company apply online at giant food dot com slash careers Dave Delhi traffic Latest forecast now from storm team fours chuck bell Still a very cloudy day outside You'll get a little period or two of sunshine from time to time but a breezy northwesterly wind and temperatures in the.

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The Coming, Lethal Threat to Our Republic No One Is Talking About

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:07 min | 11 months ago

The Coming, Lethal Threat to Our Republic No One Is Talking About

"This is one of those issues where all of a sudden 6 years from now. You might see a total change in the power in D.C. and you'll remember this conversation and you'll wish I wish I would have taken that more seriously. Why don't we take the maps more seriously? We're here with Tyler Boyer speaking on behalf of turning point action also he's the RNC committee men for the great state of Arizona. We only have about 5 minutes to go through this. Tile gets some immediate thoughts. Yeah, so just to the piggyback on the last conversation we were having. So just to put this into perspective for everyone listening, the redistricting process really started two years ago. Three years ago. So those of you that are feeling helpless now, you feel helpless because this really was happening two to three years ago and the insiders that managed this whole process, like I said in the state Arizona, it basically comes down to one person that gets to pick all the maps for the state because that one independent is the deciding vote. And so in a lot of states that where you're that way, you're going to feel helpless. So we're here to add some positive spin to it, which is how do we not feel helpless? How do we take control? Yeah, and I want to just kind of show the Democrats are mini celebrating right now. This is sleepy eye chuck Todd from MSNBC. MSN DNC, talking about, hey, the maps are actually looking pretty good. I just want to reiterate this. They're shocked. They can't believe it. They thought they were going to get clobbered, cut 90. Right now, with about half of the 2022 U.S. House district straw, Democrats are in a bit of a better position than they may be expected to be. According to the cook political reports, Dave wasserman, based on what we know so far, there will be a few more Biden won districts than there are now. How is this possible Tyler? Because I thought if chuck Todd is surprised about this, they were anticipating getting clobbered in this. Man, I hate seeing chuck Todd and just ruined your date, as I hear his voice. I miss Russia's p.m. SNP. I prefer that over DNC. But here's the reason why they're celebrating their many celebrating early right now because it's not over because a lot of these governors have to approve the maps and the Republican states. And so things could shift and swing a little bit. But they're excited because basically there was never an anticipation that redistricting was going to be awash. And it's, guys, I'm telling you right now, that's what's happened

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UPenn Transgender Swimmer Sparks Outrage by Shattering Women's Records

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:59 min | 1 year ago

UPenn Transgender Swimmer Sparks Outrage by Shattering Women's Records

"We've been warning for a while that men who think they are women have serious mental problems. Are going to destroy women's sports. We've been warning about that for a while. Of course, the intelligentsia supported this people on the right would always some people on the right say, well what difference does it make? Who cares? Well, women sports is now dead. A man who thinks he is a woman, Leah Thomas, broke a number of college records this last weekend. Thomas, a 22 year old biological man who identifies as a woman, commanded the pool Sunday, this is MSN. At the zippy invite invitational and Akron Ohio. Now MSN doesn't tell you that Leah Thomas was a very good male swimmer for three years and award winning or medal winning mail swimmer before transitioning to be a woman. To give an idea of the differences between men and women, which will soon be gone, they'll just be swimming. And all women who wanted to be athletes go find something else to do. Good luck. Thomas won with a time of 15 59. 38 seconds ahead of the second place finisher. There's no 38 seconds in swimming. Maybe a couple seconds. The man who is selfish and mentally disturbed set the new U.S. record Friday after winning the 500 yard freestyle time with a four minutes 34 seconds. It's set a new pool record, a pen school record, an Ivy League record, and a U.S. record. Beating two U.S. women's swimming records. The man who thinks he was a woman achieved the fastest women's time in the 200 yard freestyle, finishing the race 7 seconds faster.

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Why Kyle Rittenhouse Should've Never Gone to Trial

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:27 min | 1 year ago

Why Kyle Rittenhouse Should've Never Gone to Trial

"Where my brain goes with this stuff, it's sort of like saying Supreme Court declares one plus one equals two. And everybody cheers. And there's a side of me that says, why are we cheering? Like we know one plus one equals two. The only horror is that we needed to hear what the Supreme Court said on it as though they didn't themselves know that one plus one equals two. At that point right now. Roger Kimball wrote a brilliant column about this. Kyle rittenhouse, that should case never have gone to trial. We had high definition video of leftist thugs chasing them through the streets yelling, kill him, kill him, kill him. We had video of someone clubbing him with a skateboard. We had video of someone pointing a gun at him. When he shot those three psychotics, one of whom was a pedophile. It was obviously self defense. He was even this. This is like my brain explodes. You say one of whom was a pedophile. Okay, a child rapist. Now, if you're following the news, many people already know this. But I think it bears repeating since we've not addressed this issue. Talking about things that are so confusing. In other words, it's not an issue of Kyle rittenhouse is chased by some people or whatever. The people chasing him are the sort of characters that anybody would say are super bad people. Not anybody Eric, not anybody, the mainstream media were to say calling them heroes. A Democrat legislator saying, they were a group of heroes. They were antiracist activists and Kyle rittenhouse cross state lines illegally with an AR-15 attack. Assault weapon and killed them. None of which is true. They will have no we know, don't take for granted or the old maybe your listeners don't know this because you're the only person saying it. If they read MS MSN, if they watch NBC, if they watch CNN, they don't know any of this. They think he was a white nationalist who carried a gun across state lines and murdered people. None of which is true. He didn't carry a gun across state lines. He shot himself defense. He wasn't a white nationalist. They were white communist thugs trying to murder him trying to burn down a used car dealership of some small businessman.

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"msn" Discussed on Slate's If Then

Slate's If Then

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"msn" Discussed on Slate's If Then

"That's because brewery was played by Christian Bale in the big short. On WallStreetBets, they don't even refer to Barry as most of the time. They just refer to them well if Christian bail is doing it. Oh my God. And remember, he started his stock trading career on the Internet on MSN message boards. And that's how he got noticed. And so what starts to happen then? That wasn't it was a good thing to know. It gave some people confidence. And it wasn't until later in 2019 that this guy with the name deep fucking value showed the goods. He showed was invested $50,000 in options that he had already doubled to a hundred and 14 or something like that thousand. And he was basically saying, you're not going to lose on this. That started getting more and more people. And then the stock again, you know, went up, still going sideways, crashed during the pandemic like everything else. And it's around then that they clicked with people that there was also all this short interest in.

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"msn" Discussed on The Secret History of the Future

The Secret History of the Future

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"msn" Discussed on The Secret History of the Future

"That's because brewery was played by Christian Bale in the big short. On WallStreetBets, they don't even refer to Barry as most of the time. They just refer to them well if Christian bail is doing it. Oh my God. And remember, he started his stock trading career on the Internet on MSN message boards. And that's how he got noticed. And so what starts to happen then? That wasn't it was a good thing to know. It gave some people confidence. And it wasn't until later in 2019 that this guy with the name deep fucking value showed the goods. He showed was invested $50,000 in options that he had already doubled to a hundred and 14 or something like that thousand. And he was basically saying, you're not going to lose on this. That started getting more and more people. And then the stock again, you know, went up, still going sideways, crashed during the pandemic like everything else. And it's around then that they clicked with people that there was also all this short interest in.

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Communist China Tested a Hypersonic Weapon in August

Mark Levin

01:43 min | 1 year ago

Communist China Tested a Hypersonic Weapon in August

"I believe we have a Sputnik moment here ladies and gentlemen Many of you are too young to know what Sputnik is Or was I should say Well Sputnik changed everything On October 4 1957 the Soviet Union launched successfully The world's first artificial satellite That's what they called it About the size of a beach ball Wait only 83.6 kilometer That's about 83 183 or four pounds Orbited there for about 98 minutes And it ushered in a new political military technological and scientific Cold War Well that's just happened with the communist Chinese and I've said we'd been in a Cold War with them for years We may not have accepted it as a Cold War but they sure as our fighting it It sure as our fighting it They paging entered into hypersonic missile race and according to MSN it shocked not just the United States but the Russians The global hypersonic arms race is heating up worldwide after China tested a top secret weapon that can circle the globe at 21,000 mph And descent from space to strike anywhere on earth in minutes

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"msn" Discussed on Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"msn" Discussed on Radio Free Cybertron - All of our Transformers podcasts!

"Come from but okay so the other thing i got is i needed a free shipping on something. I wanted to get today. So i got the i got the Gunman infidelity a gun mystery. Red frame to Till out that Get up to that thirty five dollars for free. Same day shipping mom. It's really interesting because it is about the same size as the msn action astray red frame but in terms of just construction articulation How it treats accessories everything it is lake the astray red frame for reference came out in two thousand three or four everything about this like an ms nixon from nineteen ninety nine. It's got single hinged joints. It's got one hand. They are ball jointed. But they're not all jointed in good. Ms snacks and way where the soccer in the hand and the ball is amounted the wrist just normal ball joints or the hands. Beam sabers on the backpack are fixed. They do not have blades. They do not come off Designed apparently it'd be like interchanged swapped around. They're they're trying to tie this into gun and breaker mobile. Net is something that people used to like to do with their ms and action figures. But just it's just so weird 'cause just you know compared to what band i know band i can do did like fifteen sixteen years ago at the scale with. Pbc these are. These are just such a weird step backwards because this is like i said this is like there's a few places where they're better than the figures band. I put out nineteen ninety nine. It's a sculpting us all better. The ankle articulations a little bit better. But you know there. There are similar to msn action. Just not my favorite end of the msn action production line. It's a really weird really weird product to handle. I think in terms of this basic scale g frame is gonna remain my go-to but if you want to If you wanna have a look at these they're not that expensive if you wanna if you want. It's like twelve ninety nine. A piece on amazon. So not not unreasonable. I think considering what they are and also they do come with built figure. I'd have to get like four more of these zaku together. And i'm not sure about that yet but kind of thinking about it in the future but i'm not sure but it's like i said it's it's not bad it's just i know you know. I know better four and a half inch. Figures are more than possible because they were possible. Fifteen years ago or more. but that's It's interesting now. So i i'm just really kind of weird of at what a time were thing is but that is That is what.

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"msn" Discussed on The La Jolla Cosmetic Podcast

The La Jolla Cosmetic Podcast

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"msn" Discussed on The La Jolla Cosmetic Podcast

"And what do you like to do outside of the office? Family friends are always important to me. I'm always making myself available to the closest people around me. My love to travel, you asked me beforehand. You've been seeing me do a lot of traveling and most non COVID years. I'm probably out of the country more than in the country. And then lastly, I really discovered helping the community. So during COVID, I really saw the other side of the Asian population. People always think that Asians are the well to do. Well, acclimated but I saw the first generation elderly population really struggled during this time. So every two weeks, one of the groups I volunteer for and sponsor money towards we deliver or hand out 6 to 800 meals every two weeks to the elderly or the most fortunate in Orange County. Oh, wow. That's wonderful. And what does that organization called? The main one is called wit care. So therefore Vietnam, although it's expanded past the Vietnamese population and then care, the subsidiary under that is called operation moving forward. So what they do is one Asian population, however, we've branched off of that. The elderly, the mental health population, and then just the less fortunate in general. That's wonderful. And so what does that consist of? Do you actually deliver and go drive and deliver things or we set up at one of the restaurants who organize helps organize it? So they open up their kitchen to us every two weeks on Sunday. So from there, people prepare the meals and then volunteers will show up on another handout the meals to people who can show up and pick up the meals or what I like to do as I deliver the meal. So I'll pick up anywhere from ten to 20 meals. And deliver it for the next three hours to people who can't otherwise come and pick up meals. Oh, that's wonderful. I love that. You know, Laura cosmetic. It has a long history of giving back to the community. And, you know, I love hearing the stories of people within our team who also make that a priority in their life. I think it's really wonderful. Now what are the things that you would want our listeners to know about you? I can't smile. I can't laugh. We'll need every once in a while. So professional me and outside me are very, very different. The people who have seen both sides of it are like this is not the kind of work. So I do laugh, I do giggle, but I also treat this side of beauty, very importantly, so I treated with the respect of medicine. But at the end of the day, it is fun. I'm trying to get you to your goals. I do laugh, I do smile. And in a romper, tell me about rompers because you have some really awesome clothing. Not that I've been spying on your Instagram or anything. So there you go. There's the professional me and outside me. So it started with, I have this very outlandish cousin who is wardrobe was very colorful. So we've been choking for years about the mumper. The mom, a man, romper. The man Robert. A couple of miles. It became like this fashion trend. And then we went to Hawaii in January, I believe. And he's like, okay, I'm bringing rompers. I'm like, bill for it. So he brought rompers for four of us. Three of my cousins and one for myself. So we're walking around Hawaii with palm tree rompers flamingo rompers, pineapple rompers. People are just stopping us on the street. There is this photographer that stopped us. So now when I travel, especially to a tropical place, I'll bring a handful of rompers for either myself or my Friends and they're probably really easy to pack, you know? Fabulous a little travel. It's a shorthand parents all in one. I think it's wrong with that, right? No, I thought that was just so cute. I saw those Hawaii pictures. And then I saw lately you've been traveling. Where did you go? Most recently? Yeah, I just got back from cancun. However, the two weeks before that, I came back from Greece and Croatia. Yeah, I saw grace. I couldn't remember what was before that. But it looks really, really fun. And I love that. I love that they use sort of go in all in. You know, whether it's all in for your work or with, it's all in for play that you're all in. Embracing it completely, which is wonderful. So to learn more about con you can go on our website and you can see before and after photos, you can see there's videos on our YouTube channel where you can kind of get to know him. Also, if you are listening and you show us that you have subscribed to our podcast, you just bring in your phone or to show you that you're a subscriber. We're going to give you $25 off of 50 or more in our med spa. And so I want to ask you con. If you had a free $25 gift certificate to spend on 50 or more, what one thing would you put that towards or what would you buy? Sunscreen will probably be number one, Southern California, we don't wear enough of it, and that's probably the one best thing you can do to anti age. It was $25. I just put it towards skin care. So either face wash, skin better is always my favorite. My sunscreen. So skin care it is. That's a great answer. So again, head to our website if you want more information. We have all the links in the show notes. It has a contact us and where we can answer all your questions. You can text us, you can email us, you can call us. And we're happy to answer those for you. So Khan, thank you again.

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"msn" Discussed on The La Jolla Cosmetic Podcast

The La Jolla Cosmetic Podcast

06:50 min | 1 year ago

"msn" Discussed on The La Jolla Cosmetic Podcast

"It's because you want to get to know today's guest a little bit better perhaps you're considering a consultation or maybe you've already had an appointment. You're just curious whatever your reason we're here to help you. So today we're talking with Khan Nguyen and getting to know him a little bit better. So Khan, tell us about yourself and because we're going to talk about your training in your credentials that certainly super important. And we want to ask you about that. But we'll get to that in a minute. First I want to ask, you know, what are your patients usually say about you? I think you said this, I'm a little tough cookie to crack. However, for me, it's always important that I put patients first, so I think that's why I do less talking and more listening when it comes to them. So they really appreciate that. The other piece is having a male provider is always a different aspect for them as well, because they're like, well, 80 to 90% of our clients are female. What is this guy going to know about me as a female? Oh, but I have a huge history and art photography I did a lot of fashion PR and things like that. And I'd have a very artistic side to me. So the combination of medicine and art really combines it to what we do now. So I think they see through that as well. And so tell me about your background. How did you get into this field? Yeah, I spent most of my professional life in medicine, a large proportion of that in hospital management. So between primary care, family practice and hospital management. That was most of my years. And I felt I work one day. So I was looking for jobs. And something popped up in a set fillers, Botox aesthetics. I'm like, what is this world? And of course, you need experience. So I jumped head first into it. I went and took a course, took a medical conference and at that medical conference and I was like, have you done this before? Am I no? Never done this in my life. So I found out that one, I was pretty good at it. I'm decent. Hopefully. And the other piece is I was very passionate towards it because it really let me combine that artistic side of me with the medical side of me. And that's how I got into it. Never left. I love that. So how long have you been doing this? Oh, man, I've lost track to I'd say four, four and a half years one week. I believe. So that's hundreds and hundreds of patients. Yes. Yeah. And what is your favorite thing to do when you're in that if you've got a willing patient? What's your favorite thing to do that? I like it all. I like the variety of it, give me lasers one moment, Botox, the next moment is sculpting the next moment, but probably what I'm most known for is probably PDO threads. Just being a lawyer, we do a ton of PDO threads when I brought down to San Diego. It was really a steep hill to climb in regards to education and showing a decline. But I think through that foundation and how I built it up. I think PDO threads is what I enjoy the most and probably what I'm most known for. Yeah, and he's being very humble because he was voted the number one thread provider in the county. Is that right? Or in Southern California? Yeah. And San Diego number one for no other threads and then Orange County number three. Number three and in our office, one number one. Yeah. Or I should say one, W O N number one. And that's mostly because of con. But her whole team loves threads. But you brought them to our office. We weren't doing them prior to coming to the office. And so it's one of our most popular procedures. Yeah, it's especially with YouTube, Instagram and everyone having notoriety about threads. It's really blown up in the past year or two. And while we're on the topic, we do have a quarantine with LGC on our YouTube, where we talk all about threats. And when am I really good friends actually came and saw you? Because she watched that episode. And she talked about it for a year. And then she came this spring and she had her procedure and she looks amazing, amazing. 'cause we zoom every single week. So I hope she's happy with it. Yeah. She's so happy she looks great. So when you're listening to your patients, you know, what have you learned? And why is it important to listen closely to what they're saying? It's really their wants. One of the things that distinguishes myself as a provider versus maybe other ones is when someone comes in and they say, tell me what I need. I automatically put it back in their court, I say, my wants aren't necessarily what you want. Maybe I'll tell you, I want to put huge lips into you. But you were asking me about close calling, you know? So for me, I really want to understand why you want to do what you want to do. And then we'll discuss why it's occurring. Once we understand the why is the what's the house, then you and I will formulate a plan together. So it's really you dictating your care, which I learned quite a bit of that in health. Who knows you better than yourself? That's true. And now where did you train? What's your undergraduate? Did you do undergraduate degree and where was that in hospital administration or? Long history, I'll try to make it short. I was initially pre med. I didn't make it through pre med, so I've got a bachelor's in chemistry. What to try to go in medical school again? I got wait listed in getting medical school. So I can tell you my education is no one mentioned, nursing. So I got into nursing. Then I went to work, but then again, just always doing more and more and more. Finally, got my family nurse practitioner. Jumped into aesthetics from medical conference to those NOI. Through that, jumped into something else to teach myself lasers threads. So I'm always doing more and learning more, always like la Jolla, always on the cutting edge, finding new technologies finding new treatments because again, it's all about the patients. But that's how I slowly progressed and got into this field. Where did you grow up? Have you always been in San Diego or did you move here at some point? No, I'm first generation American. So I was born in Vietnam. I moved here when I was four. Most of my life is in California. I moved down to San Diego three years ago from Sacramento, Northern California. And then a brief state in Manhattan as well. But mostly California. What is a perfect workday look like for you? Perfect work day. Cornea just sounds. I'm probably one of the most optimistic positive people you can meet. So every day is a good work day for me, whether it's slammed with patients. From 8 to 8, or we have a nice low chill day. Every single day is a happy day. I'm one of those people that don't say I have to go to work, but I get to go to work. So every day is a good day. I love that. I love that. And what's the last thing you do at the end of your work day? Do you have like a ritual at the end? Not really. Probably when I get home, I work out right away. So that's the ending to I probably say my workday, just always finish it off with a nice little workout. That's nice..

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"msn" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

Problematic Premium Feed

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"msn" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

"Another mind In those moments like he's not infallible. And i really love that. They've humanize somebody who you're absolutely right. It's just basically like british people. Oh my doc other dogs you know fuck you. Isn't that cool. Like superheroes know. Like i always grinning all the time with this. Should eating grin like you know. It's so annoying. There's so many of those characters by gen-x uk People at i liked that they kept him cool and and able to be rooted for but we're not having everything in the tank for him. All the time to be the snarky coolest guy in the room. In fact like msn and a lot of foibles called attention to you made it more. It made him more likeable to me from that to be so perfect I agree especially i think. In the second season they do make him like a lot. More flawed. And a lot less invincible. And i think it's a far richer character. I also think that you know just the portrayal by karl urban. Who's a very solid actor for a big beefy guy. You know what i mean like. he does. Bring a lot of humanity to to that Bill the butcher character. Wondering about karl urban. That guy is an example of someone who i feel like always brings his a game no matter what it is like he any role like you know. This could be an oscar nominated role. It's funny because even the j.j. abrams star trek..

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"msn" Discussed on Windows Weekly

Windows Weekly

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"msn" Discussed on Windows Weekly

"This is a branding exercise. I saw a few people talking about it. As if it was a news service or that mike stuff was now going to be infusing it with ai and machine learning they already do that with With microsoft news. Not new right there. Just rebranding what they have As start. And so. I i don't like this. I know they own the start brand because Start me yeah kip. Kip kip kip. It was less on microsoft. Nixon right kipness he said. I don't know if you remember like a decade ago. Her so like they might have had start dot com. They own that here you go. Yeah right yes oh boy. This is too The of course they have here though and they they never mentioned this. They talk about all the ways you can get on the web. It's in the widgets and windows levin. It's the news and interest thing which is the same thing. Ten through mobile apps and android. Irs like okay. That was the end of the sentence. Like well what about this news app and windows zach. Can it become microsoft. Start as well. That would be confusing. So he's that abbas continuing unchanged or it's going away so to me the most confusing thing and there are many confusing things about the announcement but the most is. They're not doing away with msn dot com. And they're keeping the msn branding that's and aol. Let's tv era. Msn for microsoft is with the amiga used to be like get. The amiga was popular in europe. That's what we were always told an. Msn is the big brandon china. And i think elsewhere in asia for some reason i that's what every time amazon comes up. They're like oh you may be surprised. Discover we're still around but actually we're really popular and they have x number million or billion page views. Whatever it is. Yeah no thinker and kevin brings up a good point kabir and discord every normal person. They see it because they don't know how to shut it off when they get a new pc. It's it's on the new tab page. Everybody looks at it right. And they're going to look at it windows eleven because they're going to have a widget icon on their default new tab patron in microsoft right right so this crap is available everywhere. You have a hard time not seeing it right. and so. that's what microsoft is counting on. Because this gives you ad impressions when people click on stuff right. And that's how they sell microsoft advertising through that it'll.

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"msn" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

Techmeme Ride Home

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"msn" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

"So can you get to the book. It what was the impetus to write From start up to exit in insider's guide launching and scaling your tech business while the i would say somewhat of an idealistic vision around that You may have heard of the statistics that nine out of ten startup spill but the one startup that succeeds boy. They changed the world right And if in fact if you look at the top ten companies in the world by market capitalization. Nine of them are in our software. Companies like microsoft. Amazon google cetera. So they have a tremendous impact on the economy. So my hope is that. If i can change that equation even little bit to that one. More companies succeeds one more founder succeeds and creates a big company. Then i can. Have you know in in some small way. A significant impact on the stop ecosystem significant impact on the economy supply goal is to really helps inspire founders and then make them successful help them. Avoid the mistakes that i made. Let me I am not blowing smoke. Because i read every tech that comes out and i've had An advanced copy of your book for about a month. Now and i would say that this is maybe the most comprehensive this is almost like a primer or a textbook i. I know that. I've worked with publishers before and they're like never say textbook because it sounds they feel like it will scare people away but i feel like this is the most detailed step by step. Other books are like well. Here's how to negotiate round with. Vc's here's how to find. Product market fit. Not only. do you go into okay. we'll wait. Stop what product market fit actually mean like that's a a buzzword what is what does it mean. What does it look like you go into how to split founder equity how to recruit wait employees. But you even do things like you stop and you're like you have you heard basic terms like lifetime value. Or here's what these again terms mean. And here's what they mean to your product to your start up to your business. I just have to tell you that. I don't think. I think this is the best book. In terms of comprehensively step-by-step giving a startup primer holistically. Great thank you. So much brand. I really patient feedback got his. That was the idea that this would be something that really nonleague get founders up the speed and some of the key issues that they'll face But also serve as a reference you know that they can go back diamond time again. As they make the journey through there to the startup. I would say not only founders a- you know if if you're interested in the tech industry again and you hear these buzz words that people use or you're like i don't understand what it means to accompany raised the series c. or something. You know what i mean like. Even if you're not a founder. I think that the way the modern world is like this is an excellent book. That will give you that sort of grounding and background in and how these things work if you but it is aimed as he said at founders and startups and things like that you had one lesson from the book that you would hope that the founders would take away in terms of having a successful company. Hopefully what would it be. I would say that It's really to focus in a part on hot achieve market fendt and really testing but the idea has mattered and developing an understanding of what the channels of distribution. You'll need. What will it cost for you to acquire customers. Dooney spending time on that. I think serve people really well. And that's what. I talk about extensively in the book but again the book is From startup to exit insider's guide to launching and scaling. Your business and again. It's not just it is it is a roadmap where at all stages okay. Now we need to hire. Okay now we need as you say to scale and acquire customers and it's just such a great guide for the the the basic nuts and bolts of what that actually means theresa. Thanks for coming on The internet history podcast. I encourage everyone to get the book. And and thanks for sharing your stories with us. Yeah thank you so much great to be here..

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"msn" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

Techmeme Ride Home

07:03 min | 1 year ago

"msn" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

"Are you Can you give me any background or color. Do you remember when things like what was originally called the information superhighway. Or what would it bill. Call it information at your fingertips or something like that. He had a different information on your fingertips yes right he had a different acronym for it But generally the coming of what we would. Now call the internet era. there's the famous tidal wave memo. But there was all sorts of agitation before that can give me a little background in terms of microsoft getting religion about the web and the internet. Yeah so initially You made a call you know you had Aol and compuserve and other systems are proprietary. Systems ultimately of course. Aol provided access to the internet and then microsoft launched Msn really as originally as proprietary online service compete with are all and. I think we did that for about two years and realized that the internet was taking over and so i was brought in as part of a new team to re engineer microsoft's efforts into the free bed and that led to Acquisition of hotmail. I'd also get the the deal but inc emmy which was the google office days do provide max off entry into the search business with. What are we gonna come to all that individually so essentially and again if you were alive for this you remember clearly but if you weren't there for it At first microsoft essentially wants to go toe to toe with. Aol create Msn as a dialect proprietary system A original While garden sort of system and then when it's clear that the web is taking off and you don't need proprietary networks then. Msn is Reconfigured to be what would later be called a portal. So tell me about. I'm thinking about these teams and the hundreds of millions of dollars. Maybe even billions of dollars that microsoft poured into msn microsoft. Network win it was a proprietary. Dial up service versus throwing that all out and going. The portal route was that a was that a hard Bloody pivot was that a A a transition that people had to fight for. Give me a little. Bit of background on that. In fact In addition to spending hundreds of millions of dollars on msn the proprietary network. We also spent More probably more like a billion dollars on internet. Tv if you remember dot right right right right goes the major effort that microsoft and that that whole effort went to waste unfortunately so You know. I've been been bill gates that famous satan title away memo off. It became big tier that the internet was going to take over. So i think it was not a controversial decision internally early microsoft do do something on the on the feedback as opposed to proprietary system. Yet when people make fun of google for their moon shots and and you know some people would say wasting billions of dollars to try to you know. Give you satellite from balloons and things like that. Microsoft spent the first half of the nineties and and into the two thousand trying to see what the next platform for computing would be. They knew it would be interactive computing in some fashion. Yes it's just that no one really like that that analogy of looking at the elephant. No one knows You know what part of the outfit. You're looking at so When when msn becomes a portal. What is the strategy there. Is this an attempt to To yahoo yahoo Is it to be a home on. The web is supposed to be the all encompassing home on the web. For everything microsoft. What's the vision for msn. At the beginning it was that time y'all excite infoseek Trying to become then they all started off a search engines and they. If you've called the game then became portals providing access to number of you know services Finance yellow drbble etc so we had a similar vision at msn that we would create a portal. Drought portal Y'all and others And that behind a number of properties that we were working on like Expedia sidewalk if you call. That was a yellow pages. Type of service car point Was another service sits at drug so the goal was to create a personalized That you could access your email you know you could conduct an internet search and access sobriety of services that we will provide like expedia for travel and you know Car points car information So does the overall vision at that point or or maps and things like that. You know. I've said before that all of your basic stock apps that come with your smartphone now aren't we are sort of tools that the the The portal sort of all had. Because the idea was you wanted you want people to come back to the portal on a daily basis so You know there's things like sports had lots sports scores headlines weather maps all these things And this elitist into hotmail. I mean what is more utilitarian that will cause people to come back on a daily basis. Then that's where their email lips and so one more thing of context. This is an era of. I think we're in nineteen ninety-six where it's hard to get an email address because you either get your email from your service like aol prodigy or from your work or from your college or something like that. So the idea that an email address would be free and accessible from a webpage so you can access it anywhere you had access to. The internet was completely revolutionary. And probably the stickiest thing that you could come up with for these portals right. Obstinately i mean the hotmail really was the first sas services off at skyline at that time so the.

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"msn" Discussed on Another Mother Runner

Another Mother Runner

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"msn" Discussed on Another Mother Runner

"I know from being an athlete for so long and really been given so much advice from so many who loved me and wanted me to do well. I think my purpose as well as to cut pass the noise and get right down to the signal of just the simple few things to focus on so it will be eye candy when you look at this little roadmap because there's only three things to think about two weeks out and the first one is actually maybe let's go back to play the most playful one. I'm going to ask you to play with foods. That are robust. Just busting at the seams with vitamin c. Why bet well. Here's the deal. I don't know about you. But i know when i put a lot of pressure on myself in the past and i'm heading into my final week of taper. I start to feel a little scratch in the back of my throat starts to feel little congestion. I feel super fatigued and bam. I'm sick with a cold. So i am proactively. Giving your body by asking you to eat foods rich in vitamin c and giving your body a little bit extra defense. I'm helping it out by giving it some protection because vitamin c is really good at fighting some of the oxidative stress that comes from your body repairing itself. I mean it takes work. That's probably why you feel. It's why you feel a little bit of fatigue going into tapers your body's pairing itself and if it doesn't have some of the protection it needs it falls prey to whatever you come in contact with. It's it's a have a natural response to get sick when you are repairing absolutely one so we're talking everything from citrus fruits. Two peppers strawberries. But you also say you could also supplement. I mean and what is that a good idea for everybody or is it district people who don't like fruits and vegetables. Can you get enough vitamin c. It's more or less your personality type right like. Do you want to commit to eating some of the vitamin rich or vitamin c rich foods consistently every day. Or do you just want to cover your basis with a little bit of an insurance policy. My personality type. I'm all about the food. But i also wanna just know that i got at least a thousand milligrams right so i will pop a few vitamin c. packets in my bag for work and just make sure i grabbed one a day and it just bolsters my defense before. I even feel anything coming on.

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Ellie Kempton, MSN, RDN On Preparing for Race Day With Taper Nutrition

Another Mother Runner

02:27 min | 1 year ago

Ellie Kempton, MSN, RDN On Preparing for Race Day With Taper Nutrition

"I know from being an athlete for so long and really been given so much advice from so many who loved me and wanted me to do well. I think my purpose as well as to cut pass the noise and get right down to the signal of just the simple few things to focus on so it will be eye candy when you look at this little roadmap because there's only three things to think about two weeks out and the first one is actually maybe let's go back to play the most playful one. I'm going to ask you to play with foods. That are robust. Just busting at the seams with vitamin c. Why bet well. Here's the deal. I don't know about you. But i know when i put a lot of pressure on myself in the past and i'm heading into my final week of taper. I start to feel a little scratch in the back of my throat starts to feel little congestion. I feel super fatigued and bam. I'm sick with a cold. So i am proactively. Giving your body by asking you to eat foods rich in vitamin c and giving your body a little bit extra defense. I'm helping it out by giving it some protection because vitamin c is really good at fighting some of the oxidative stress that comes from your body repairing itself. I mean it takes work. That's probably why you feel. It's why you feel a little bit of fatigue going into tapers your body's pairing itself and if it doesn't have some of the protection it needs it falls prey to whatever you come in contact with. It's it's a have a natural response to get sick when you are repairing absolutely one so we're talking everything from citrus fruits. Two peppers strawberries. But you also say you could also supplement. I mean and what is that a good idea for everybody or is it district people who don't like fruits and vegetables. Can you get enough vitamin c. It's more or less your personality type right like. Do you want to commit to eating some of the vitamin rich or vitamin c rich foods consistently every day. Or do you just want to cover your basis with a little bit of an insurance policy. My personality type. I'm all about the food. But i also wanna just know that i got at least a thousand milligrams right so i will pop a few vitamin c. packets in my bag for work and just make sure i grabbed one a day and it just bolsters my defense before. I even feel anything coming on.

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"msn" Discussed on Double Tap Canada

Double Tap Canada

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"msn" Discussed on Double Tap Canada

"Well the burn exactly says people who've never been in our life or a bike must rebecca has been in touch as we're talking of course last week about windows three six five and with windows Six five sons promising. We should keep in mind that are millions of people in the us and more abroad to not have the bandwidth necessary for such service. He knows the case in canada for sure. I still prefer desktop house over anything in the cloud. Google suite of products works really well. I think it'd be nice to have the option of running beta versions of windows releases through industry six five lassie have to damage that one thousand dollar computer you just purchased as long as a traditional windows platform stays. I'm willing to experiment with industry. Six five if ever guess to the consumer market question is though says rebecca what will happen to remote desktop and services like puddles and vm. Ware fusion ski question actually I think i think the short answer is a remote desktop becomes window. C. six five. Power lsm vm fusion disappear. But we were talking a longtime away. We're not gonna happen instantly. There's always going to be the need for a remote desktop. I mean to control your computer amongst your own network. Don't forget this windows three six five. You're leasing another virtual computer basically so this be indeed to remote yet another. He says he can't wait and he's right. I can't next week tuesday monday. I get the try. This thing out denying upset me. I get to do i pay for it anyway. Moving they'll be. I'm sure sheen. Okay okay fine. Don't on it on us and we can share it. Okay look at my browser. History will timeshare. We'll go suddenly the call back to the beginning of the show. Oh yeah rebecca onto look forward to the apple or another manufacturer markets watch the supports diabetes monitoring. But i'd rather see this technology deploys now banned across platforms and connect with your iphone ipad or android device. You want the mistake. Rebecca the bond measure. Everything your doctor and pay with your phone using bluetooth. Oh the chips used for communication between the flex beats and the iphone. There are people who do not want to buy a smartphones. This technology should be accessible to that population as well. For example all the data could be captured on device spoken aloud and displayed on a monitor accessible to those who are blind lluhvision. Then the doctor's office could upload this data the worst thing we can do is to create another digital divide the might compromise healthcare. That's a really good point. You know the the cost of these devices munis or if we're seeing all yellow says by anything but you know people can't do that right so yeah fair really good email a forget about because we're spoiled in certain cases of the internet access that we have you do tend to forget about people that that don't have that luxury ripped apart by someone who's on call with women from kenya and she was telling me i was. I was talking about the whole apple versus android thing and she said to have the choice. You're so lucky she says. Check your privilege out the door. Will you because here in kenya. She said we don't have the money to buy the latest greatest wherever she saw people running around with low cost android phones and that's why accessibility almost devices as important as anything else. Yeah absolutely okay. A press the button. We'll see how long it takes for the music to stop playing. This feels like a new game when will kick in we sweaty tick. I'm gonna get to that. Oh so we're going to do after the break. He says what he tech. You're gonna love this one. I'm going to have to call the ladies from the yard test. But i'm new start but music starts. Wow honest canada. We'll be back after this. This is double tap canada. Now back to show just on just wipe create hard-drive fry in twenty twenty one. Oh go on about that. Just doesn't spin up or keep spinning. Actually stephen and one of these things that they don't want to wear out the hard drive when you're not using it should have not figured out. I've got the pronunciation wrong. I'm calling at least see his lazy. That's what it is up. Well the recommendation based on because that's playing have to keep the music going just to keep the spinning experience if you need access to files rapidly on your desktop local. dr know. I've only been doing this. Show this way for what however long never been a problem a problem today a problem. How big is the hard dry stephen. Sixty terabytes sixteen terabytes one six of fouls you can access when you necessarily sixty terabyte of stuff after to wear week to get into and and he and he's program this like you have a stream debt going on their right to him. Yes so as opposed to me who just decides us put stuff on an ipad and miss something onto look how fast they haven't used in months but it's there i'll look at this. Oh they're all the way to do it. It's amazing genius isn't he is amazing absolute guest six-year-old ipad to look so works automobile. Dipoto many tonight okay. So let's talk about steven much earlier when it's towards the end of the show. I notice ridiculous. what's going on. I'll be walking finally for later on tonight. Just music will randomly start play in my host. That's going to happen Let's talk suedes. Let's talk about sweat. I'm just ignoring them now. Let's let's scientists have come up with a device that harvests sweat from your fingertips this to generate power. Isn't this ridiculous so flexible thin strips. The wraparound the tip of a finger like a abandoned confess chemicals found in the sweat. Human sweat is it makes it clear human sweat. 'cause you're wells. I'm expecting that. Humans were into small amounts of electrical energy. This this is one banja. Can't dispute around your dog's food that's not going to work and but fingers constantly produce way. Apparently lanes to degrees isn't in the way to the device can work with the were moving a muscle. I'll love it i could. I could probably power canada. I think with my fingers now. Is there a battery that we can store this energy to like. Can i wire my hands down to right so that. When i'm out there sweating. I can read this. Is that what you said god. This is just a proof of concept. Right they've done the way. So what i'm saying is there is a divisor smartwatch or something that's using this technology but it's cool you can generate. Electricity are basically nothing. We're talking milli. Watts wherever is is nothing that you could power a standard watch. You wouldn't be able to power smartphone or smartwatch using this technology as yet so maybe it'll improve but it's still cool anything. It's like solar and any of that sort of recyclable renewable energy. It's really interesting. Yes it says fingertips each pint with more than a thousand sweat. Glands can produce between one hundred to one thousand times more sweat than most other body parts.

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"msn" Discussed on Double Tap Canada

Double Tap Canada

08:00 min | 1 year ago

"msn" Discussed on Double Tap Canada

"A guy in a suit. Can i can. I i have you played with windows. Eleven yet though. I have yeah. It's nice. I'm quite enjoying it. I'm not a so. I got the We talked about this last week. I got a surfer microsoft. This by way with the intention of destroying with windows eleven and i put windows. Lebanon it and it's it's quite it's quite nice I'm trying to force myself to discontinue to use it so that Maybe one day. I can get myself off this this platform that we call apple but who knows i. I'm behind the with you on this. I know this shocking stuff. I kind of want to do more with windows. And i guess because i'm not doing as much video work as an you know we've got people who are wonderful jordan. Who does all the on well. All the edits to be fit to market does a work. Occasionally on the tv show But you know i. It's meaning. I'm not doing as much of that so i'm thinking well hang on. Couldn't i just use the pc for everything. I'm nervous about making the move back. I don't know why i do. I am nervous to go back. It's you know it's a small it really is. It is a small things. It really is a small things like space barda preview things and just just get so used to something. I message facetime just being there. You know what yeah. I mean i get it but the thing that we have in our phone. Do we really care about on the computer. How often you maybe use it. I don't know but how often do you use facetime resident or computer. I just think especially when well when calls me all the time. I do know him along. That's because it's so easy. Just you know command. space bar. Said he says facetime audio. I don't know who sean price is. Poor who is the one that tried to call the other day mark. Something weird came worth says. Yeah some weird name said. You don't have markelle follow and your contact. Yeah do but yeah. I mean i just love it. I do love the convenience of when on the move having a macbook and you know. We talked about windows three six five last week. Having that on the mike makes the mac the perfect computer. You've got everything. Ipad the perfect computer while both dot gov. We haven't talked about this. Before in the show but duck dunk go have announced that it's a brand new email protection feature Will allow us us to save themselves from being attract by trackers embedded into email by forwarding them to free and penalized duck duck. Go email before being sent to their actual email for lucido. No duck duck go as a browser and is often seen as by many as as a really private safe browser. I think of this because linda uses it so it must be really cool. That's not broza and talking. Rubbish is a search engine. Search like google. This is privacy and less filtered if you like so you get more results from dot go then you work from google nice accessible as well really nice to get round norsk lotto as google is and apparently being is still a thing who knew but Every time you get new computers like lit up windows windows on a machine the other day and bang comes up with the hey uses. This is actually quite accessible as well as can't criticize the dog it's like who uses it. It was basically duck duck. Go is a search engine and offering really an attempt to coming up against this or or going up against it but apple has of course boy hide my email in the new operating system due to launch early in the year Apples haim ill of course only works on apple devices however with doug dr goes browser extension and apps available other platforms. You can get their email protection available no matter where you choose to browse the internet. This again is by the same problem mark. You know when you're inside. The apple bubble is great. Ki moon safari. I love safari keychain. Then another browser and i've username password. And how is it in the doesn't pull from there. You know pays a great system be really have got invest solely. In that system you can ought divert last pass. I decided i mean just try to force myself. I'll do something that does work across the board. So that when i do especially when testing other devices another phones hardware computers. You want so that you can use. Clark cross platform sean. How you get on with your dropbox passwords. Was they call it. Yeah john deere spot on nice and easy. Yeah it's fantastic. I really like it extension for all the major browsers. They're the only thing is and light last pass and all the other ones and one password which are used before. Sorry julie i can't tell coming from anymore my teeth. Don't worry i'm getting. He's getting some work done. I started generate. And all these random thirty character long passwords right for better security of all these data breaches we've had recently and it's fantastic for doing that and keeping track of it but then when you get to a platform where you can access it such as the apple tv. I mean dropbox. Passwords isn't available on. They're not sure about last pass and all the other ones by doubts it so when you want to sign into an app on their suddenly becomes hard work and you missed the password. One two three four passwords. I've got go back to that. So but no as a general rule using it on a desktop or a laptop or even under the iphone dropbox. All these are available on all platforms as well like android. They are fantastic and it does make you more. Secure my dogs destroying the conversation. Just let you know. She's cool on my lap. And right in front of microphones have wanted to get a female onto the show for so long This was not as she is a female. She is a female. Yes know quite why expects. I'm mike tap into mike. You can do it. No biscuit biscuits biscuits gets stephen to speak exactly biscuit every kid. She's not she's not biting. Unfortunately well that's good and one way to one by about greg untouched. By the way he's not happy at all with us. Greg in pennsylvania says hello quick. Note to let you know the reason. I was appalled at your discussion on the title. I know break-up of big tech is that executive order including the scrutinize ation of so-called killing acquisitions a move to break a big take. I apologize but assuming that you remember what you said in the episode's title of big tech. Hope thank you greg. I complain because i care. He says well at least one of us right. Let's hang on. I believe mark he he wanted to bring that sloppy copy in the first place. We were again and talk about it a little. You did mark sorry extension. you're trying to reach his. Not after the tone your coal is not important is below has been in touch. This might be interest to you mark Balasko new surface laptop four intel. I seven and blouses noticing while you don't think that would be the latest one isn't it. I'm noticing what i'm using. Joel's i'm heating audu crackling. I thought they said all the drivers even the audio drivers but nothing directly uninstalled installing the drivers. And then reinstalling them. Thanks i yes. I would definitely try that. I number two. I would go to your sound settings and make sure that your sample rate And all that fun stuff is a match across the board Lastly i would I would contact microsoft and say. Hey this going on here. Because crackling should not happen. It could be a loose.

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Clubhouse Opens Its Doors

Double Tap Canada

02:30 min | 1 year ago

Clubhouse Opens Its Doors

"Clubhouse Audio chat rooms now open to everybody who no matter who you are wherever you are as long as you're an iphone android phone and you're happy to give your phone number then you can join clubhouse and be part of the conversation for last night. I was learning how to be a better woman on clubhouse yes. I was listening to that room. That was interesting. I'll be honest doesn't allow sites that mark bill. That's the point is that there's so many weird rooms in the truman floss. Weird all right. Hey listen you're getting a minded sexist today even go there okay. No i mean it's just there's so many we make money through bitcoin and you know how to monetize and youtube tons of this stuff right and it's just like like it. You know now. I just seems that so much of it now. As that sort of thing i it turns me off to it. So there's some great if you got some friends on there and getting a jack. It's great but i see so much when i look through that hallway. See so many of those crypto currency and whatever else and is all seems a little bit to me. I like yesterday. Scottish mark was the future club. I think it's going to. It's going to let you know what i understand. It's on it's on a steady decline since it was first kind of availed to the world even though it is now open to more and more people I think it's because there's a lot of other services out there that are trying to compete with it and doing a pretty good job as fireside is a new one that launched. The people have been trying to get me on board with Not it's not the same idea similar very similar concept to clubhouse I'm not sure but accessibility on there. Aga back on that but It's just. I don't know. I think that you know it'll have its nation and people will continue with it until something shiny and bright comes along. That's much better. I mean success was done to the pandemic. let's be honest. i mean i would have been as popular. Had the pandemic not come along. I'm not so sure. I hear that all the time either. Something's felt because of the pandemic as a been a success because of the pandemic. I don't buy that. I think it was because certain. Celebrities came onto that platform. It sounds like we're being harsh about clubhouse but the fact of the matter reach there's always honeymoon period for any service or app where everyone is new. Everyone jumps on it then after a while. You know you think okay sort of done with that and people start to drift away. And i think the honeymoon period

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MSC Completes CDC Test Cruise on MSC Meraviglia

Cruise Radio News Briefs

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

MSC Completes CDC Test Cruise on MSC Meraviglia

"Completed her. Cdc simulated wages being vessel returned to port. Miami on tuesday after a three night tests crews of volunteer passengers on board the voyage included calls at dow saw in. Ms's private island ocean cay in the bahamas now. The ship is on track to resume revenue sailings on august second from port. Miami the second. Mse ship resumed service from the us. We'll be msn davina out of port canaveral on september sixteenth and bahamas

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"msn" Discussed on Poison Punch Podcast

Poison Punch Podcast

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"msn" Discussed on Poison Punch Podcast

"It's just so simple. Yeah well this is kind of unrelated to this little thing but we need to remember the good old days. My favorite my favorite kind of like memory of the old computers and internet and stuff was when the phone would rain right when you have like the internet that you couldn't be on the phone and the computer at the same time. Oh yeah phone rang and so our computer was downstairs in our foam is on the main for and so if you are on the computer you can follow on. I am group. you're like So bad or my mom call grandparents. Yes i am even though you're on it. Yeah what was your favorite okay before we get off. Let's let's end on a nice note about before. I forget i did want to say like the fact that you're here like when you're talking about the fact that you're hearing listening to this podcast and if you've made it this far like means you are doing the work so like you are contributing to that positive. Change so just like food for thought. One question i wanted to ask. What's your. What was your favorite like aim or like msn memory. God i don't think there's any good ones i think. All those chats did was get us into trouble truly agreed. I think the funniest a guess. This isn't like my best memory. It's more of just like a funny thing. I remember like i used to sign on and off like what my late crush was on. Or someone who i like was like nervous to talk to you but like i really wanted them to like say. Hi or something you'd like kinda like sign in and then you'd like if they wouldn't talk to sign out like side and again so because you used to see at the bottom of the screen at least so i had msn. I'm not sure how aim worked at the bottom right hand corner of the screen..

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A Medical Mystery And Patient Advocacy With Mackenzie Kimes

The WoMed

05:31 min | 1 year ago

A Medical Mystery And Patient Advocacy With Mackenzie Kimes

"Why don't we give people a little bit of back story. You are a nurse correct. Yes how long have you been. How have you been practicing. So i will have been a nurse for seven years on this july. So seven years. My background is mainly in pediatrics. Am a certified pediatric nurse So my story really comes from and my passion for nursing really comes from my own personal experiences I decided that. I wanted to go into nursing like in high school. And things like that Is really have a clue as to what i wanted to do. I actually was a national level. Figure skater up through college and so yes as ing. Thank you so. I was training like six hours a day six days. A week Traveling nationally internationally competitions. So that was like my huge focus in life at that point was to train and to compete and kind of work my way up the rankings and figure skating the and so that's kind of where my mind was and then That's kind of when all my health. Struggles started to begin was when i was in high school I had been having some pains. Gi issues I was getting abdominal pain. Every time i was eating. And i kept going back to the pediatrician like oh intestinal virus like it sometimes takes awhile to pass like i think everything is ok but just keep going. You'll be okay and it just kept nagging nagging. It wasn't getting any better. And as an athlete i mean i was training six hours bags so when i wasn't able to eat it was really my training. When you have to eat to keep up the calories alone that you were oh yes exactly and so. It was just affecting so many areas of my life and ironically. I was in florida on vacation with my family. When my pain just got like unbearable i could barely stand up straight and my parents were like we've had enough of this. We're going to go to the closest er and so they took me there and it actually was kind of laying a small community hospital and so they're like okay. We'll do some imaging things like that and they ended up doing a t. scan and they came back and you could tell that something was not right and they were like. We need to do some further testing. We saw something concerning on your skin but we don't want to jump to conclusions so we just have more testing that we need to do and so they ended up doing and ultrasound. And i just remember looking at ultrasound techs faced during this and she just kept getting closer and closer to the screen. Now i there's something there's something not right and i felt so scared and so afraid at the time because they weren't really being very vocal about what was going on so i was just kind of sitting waiting and after they kind of got all the testing done they came in and kind of sat me my parents down and they were like so we are just like a small community hospital and based off of what we see on the scans on. You have a two liter mass of blood in your abdomen and we don't really know we don't really know where it's like. What caused it or why. It's there but we are not equipped to treat you here so we need to transfer you and at the time. They knew that the mass was related to my female track system. But they just didn't really know what was causing it and so it took a long time for a hospital to accept me because on one hand i was only fifteen at the time so i was technically a pediatric patient but was having a very non pediatric problem. But then the adult hospitals wouldn't accept me. Because i was only fifteen and so it a long time to kind of even just get hostile to accept me and so they ended up taking two on the closest teaching hospital. Bear was pediatric floors located within an adult hospital. Also it was like the perfect fit. Because i was able to kind of see all sides of things and so on when i went there more. Scans things like bad and we're seeing all sorts of specialists and they came to the conclusion that i had what is called uterus elvis and so essentially i've honestly never heard of that. Yes it's pretty rare and uterine. Anomalies are not super rare in women but my form of the anomaly is very rare and so essentially how they explained it to me was when you are fetus developing female. Start with two separate female tracks. And then they're supposed to fuse together so mine never actually used. It stayed in two separate tracks and on my one side. Do you mean like your uterus. Never fully fused together or yes. Okay so i had to uterit- technically and two services and two internal baginda canals.

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How Media Differs in Coverage of Trump Impeachment Trial

On The Media

05:24 min | 1 year ago

How Media Differs in Coverage of Trump Impeachment Trial

"From wnyc in new york. This is on the media. Bob garfield is away. This week. i'm brooke gladstone writing early on friday. My impeachment experienced this week was incomplete consisting of an incoherent improvisation in the first act. That's a rare. Bipartisan view and a clarion concatenation. In the second try listeners. Too often with a phrase like that. And you're asking for trouble but it's so good clarion a clear ringing stirring sound concatenation and interlocking sequence in this case in unbreakable narrative chain. Wow nd around the senate to extract a verdict of guilty. Some senators said they felt the case presented against trump built on months of his words and deeds climaxing in violent rampage. Black physical memory of trauma. Indeed the point was to convey the truth in body as well as mind and the truth is president. Trump had spent months hauling his supporters to a march on a specific day at a specific time in specific places to stop the certification. You will not be hearing extended lectures for me because our case is based on cold hard facts at trial we will prove overwhelming evidence that president trump is singularly and directly responsible for inciting the salt on the capital. They took away your vote. It's rigged that was not true. According to judge after judge the truth was exactly the opposite president. Donald john trump incited this violence. This is what the evidence has overwhelmingly shown. And we'll show in this trial. it's also the truth. There are evidence came from an impressive array of sources. fbi affidavits media reports capital. Police radio recordings along thirty second videos captured by documentary ins citizen. Journalists capitol security camera footage live streaming insurrectionists and the presentation of trump's own tweets as. They were posted during the attack to prove to at least seventeen republican senators that he had not only incited the january sixth insurrection but helped plan it they had originally planned rallies for january twenty second and january. Twenty third after the inauguration but donald trump had other plants on december nineteenth president trump tweeted his save date for january six. He told his supporters to come to dc for a big protests the day billing it as wild just days later women for america first amended their permit to hold their rally on january six. That was stacey plaskitt delegate for the united states virgin islands for the prosecution. Here's what the fbi said. And i quote other members of the group talked about things. They had done that day and they said that anyone they got their hands on they would have killed including nancy. Pelosi and that quote they would have killed vice president. Mike pence if given the chance combining cctv footage with a diagram of the capital. She showed how very close members of congress had been to the mob and they showed video of the senators themselves watching themselves evacuate including a very close. Call for senator mitt romney. He shook his head. He told reporters he had never seen. Not video. before. I saw senator bill cassidy and important republican in this whole proceeding still as a stone except for his pen which was moving in his fingers. Josh hawley republican senator from missouri. The guy photographed holding up his fist in solidarity with the rioters on january six did not brandish his midst wednesday. He just averted. His is all the senators. Have the option to use the gallery. And the upstairs area for seating for social distancing. Josh hawley is the only one taking advantage of that opportunity. He's been sitting with his legs on the seat in front of msn reading non-related material in twenty minutes. or so. i was in the chamber just now. i didn't see him. Look down really at all to engage. Rick scott tom. Cotton marco rubio read during the hearings rand paul doodles nor was fox. News keen to engage it. Cut away from the proceedings on wednesday as the prosecutors were revealing some of their most potent evidence.

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Microsoft Buys Esports Tournament Platform Smash.gg

The Business of Esports

06:29 min | 2 years ago

Microsoft Buys Esports Tournament Platform Smash.gg

"This was this was interesting news. It's about a week old now. It came out just sort of just after we we tape. The last podcast and the story is from sports. Pro media dot com. The headline is microsoft buys east sports tournament platform smash dot g g. The deal comes after. Us technology giant closed its mixer gaming. Ott service in june Just a bit sort of short thing on smash dugout since launching in two thousand fifteen. They have organized online. And live gaming competition competitions for a variety of titles ranging from call of duty to super smash brothers in two thousand seventeen. The company raised eleven million in series. A funding from spark capital excel in horizon ventures and that followed an initial three million investment from spark caffeinated capital and lower case capital. So fourteen million in venture money raised in total And now acquired by Microsoft what are you i mean. Are we getting mixed signals here. William like why would you. Why would you close mixer. If you know a month later like two months later you're going to buy a tournament platform. I you know paul i. This census news came out. I have been racking my brains for like something clever to say like some deep insightful piece of analysis but the reality is it doesn't make in my mind at least it does not make a lot of strategic sense. It really does not like because it wasn't like also microsoft had two options like they're out of capitol kill mixer. Something like had plenty of middle of the road options for mixer that didn't involve ridiculous fees to top tier streamers. But they didn't do that. They shut it which to me. If you sort of see the content side of east boards which is sort of what it looked like to me. You know like i. I sort of assumed they were seeding east. Sports like they weren't going to be on the production side at all like they're obvious synergies right between mixer and the g like very obvious synergies. And somehow i don't see smashed dot g partnering with their. What do they call it. Their msn e sports hub or whatever. Remember that announcement right. This is mashed mashed. Jiji's tournaments going to be exclusive to msn east sports hub. I mean it's just. It is so weird because the thing that you have. If you're going to throw tournaments the next thing you need a place to broadcast it's just like i literally cannot begin to explain how this so close down pipe like you wouldn't somebody wouldn't have said. Can we give five more months six more months like to see if something to see if this acquisition activate something. It's very strange to me. You know that being said a huge kudos to smashed j. Like it's amazing anytime that you're required They've raised a fair bit of they have some really strong venture folks backing them. I think excel in particular is like a great backer to have lower cases. Well i think is in them right lower case capital when the going price was william microsoft pays for a snack. It sounds it. L- let me just read from the the article here. It says financial terms of the microsoft deal were not disclosed but an announcement on twitter by smash dot g g said the acquisition would mean it's community and tournament organizers will continue to benefit from the smashed dot g g platform adding that its own team will benefit from additional resources and support as part of the microsoft content services team. I wonder if msn sports hub is part of the microsoft content services team. But the two questions. How much do you think it sold for. A and b is the smash branding given the recent crackdown by nintendo on smash anything outside of their own sort of purview our reliability. While you're really interesting. I i don't think there's any brand liability like the just because there's a game called smash brothers doesn't mean they own the word smash. It's an english word you know. I don't think there's a brand liability even though i believe that is the heritage of smashed. Iggi tournament platform for smash brothers. I don't think there is a liability there. I'm not a lawyer. But i guess so. however I i do think like if you ask me the price i would say. I don't think it was a crazy high acquisition right. It sounds to me like this was a service searching for a way to monetize Sense of the smash platform is. There weren't a lot of great dollar hooks in there. I think this is a case of you. Have real aaa backers. And they engineer and exited a certain level of scale. That being said. I don't think it was like i don't think it was disastrous exit. Or anything. I think it was a distress sale just because tournament platforms typically do very well they generate a lot of users that has value and smash was one of the more successful tournament platforms in my view So yeah. I think there's probably a pretty good deal but i think it's it's on twitch style exit. This wasn't bought for build a number on the number you put on twenty five million twenty at. i'll just say at twenty five million. That's a that's a disaster for the vc's die up short thirty thirty five. I i don't think this was going above. Fifty million for this thirty five. And i would guess the. I'm sure they had preferred shares and things like that so they have their first money out. I would guess So even then at best they break even write my view. My guess is twin bed. Twenty seventeen round the eleven million dollars. Round knobs pre money valuation of forty. Yet right thirty. Thirty to fifty. Yeah right post money. Forty to fifty forty to sixty like. Why do you think it went for paul. What do you think it went for. You know i'd be surprised if the vc's let this go for less than what they paid could be true could be true. I i don't think they take a loss on a microsoft acquisition right and so microsoft paid more than forty or fifty. I kind of feel like they

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The final Airbus A380 (MSN 272) rolled out of assembly this week

AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

03:05 min | 2 years ago

The final Airbus A380 (MSN 272) rolled out of assembly this week

"Speaking of bad. News. The final eight, hundred eighties rolled out of the final assembly line. If I guess it's not bad news for everyone if there are people out there who have never liked the three eighty and thought it was a dumb idea from the start. I am not one of those people but I think everyone can agree that it is it is a sad moment when the the final aircraft Rozov in assembly line I mean it. I'm still trying to wrap my head around the fact that. That's the last one. It was just so abrupt it just kinda happened. Yeah. I mean. Yeah. Exactly. Just happened and it continues to just happen we we kind of get. I mean not without warning these days because it can everything's on the table but every time something. Crops up with this airline is getting rid of this now or that airline is. Scaling back that it's not surprising anymore, but it's no less. I guess depressing the right word. Yeah it's depressing I mean, there were a good number of orders still on the table from emerets that will not be fulfilled at this point, but other than orderbook was pretty much closed at this point, right? No one was left hanging. No No, there is. skymark no. Well. No, I mean those. Were those aircraft produced in taken up by? Those are the a frame say think yeah, I. Pulling random. I. Guess Fedex was the only. Yeah okay. If you WANNA talk about really disappointing. The eighty three eighty F- is not a thing not ever. But. But we will come back to the to the Senate for seven and a little bit later in the episode. But no, no I think that you know it it ran its course the business case for the three eighty just didn't materialize and you could debate this until the end of time but an aircraft too late for its time or too early for its time. Are we going to be in a place yet? Ten years from now where we re pine over the fact that the three eighty was a thing that no longer exists probably maybe. I would guess I would argue that it is both it is both in aircraft that was too late in its time that it would've been a better aircraft earlier on but obviously, the technology wasn't there to do that and do it properly. But I would also argue that it's probably aircraft is ahead of its time maybe not in design maybe not in the technology but that level of transportation capacity and speed I think is. Is something that that was a bit ahead of its time. Who knows what Emmy we might see even bigger aircraft or or we'll see you know single single chip seven. Triple, seven acts I mean. It pushes the the numbers way up there, but still not a three eighty levels. So it'll be interesting to see you know down the line as as new aircraft are developed. What happens

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Moderna Says Covid-19 Vaccine Shows Signs of Working in Older Adults - MSN Money

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

Moderna Says Covid-19 Vaccine Shows Signs of Working in Older Adults - MSN Money

"Has prevented her presented new safety data from an early trial of its vaccine program. Results show The vaccine stimulates the immune systems in older people. Get more from Bloomberg's Robert language and 20 of these older folks over 55. You know, they found that indeed, they did. After two doses of the vaccine they did see, neutralizing added by to the front of Iris, and they did see those at the similar levels that they saw in the younger portion of the population they previously done in their phase one trials that is viewed as you know, a very reassuring signs. The findings are seen as important since older adults often don't respond as well to vaccines as younger people do. The trial used the same dose now being given two subjects in final stage testing. Vanguard saying is going to be

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How Google Search Sold Out

Slate's If Then

04:13 min | 2 years ago

How Google Search Sold Out

"Adrian along with her reporting partner. Leon yeah wanted to measure exactly how often Google search results relieving back to its own answers or own products. It was already clear that Google was pointing users back to its own products more and more frequently over the last decade but the extent to which this was happening was unknown. So they started with the data. We grabbed the searches from Google trends from this several month period from October, twenty, nineteen to January twenty twenty, and it ended up being about fifteen thousand search queries, and we ran those queries ourselves captured the page, and then we analyze the page to see what stuff was. Google was not go where things pointing. So you did fifteen thousand searches, did you do them both on a desktop and mobile phone? We did actually we ended up analyzing just the mobile searches for the study because Google actually sees more searches on mobile. I mean the results are incredible I think that I. In one particular case, you did a search and if you're looking at it on iphone, nothing was pointing outside of Google was that right? We broke it down to ways we looked at the entire first page of search results, and when we looked at that, we found the average was forty one percent was google ecosystem stuff. We also looked at the first screen on an iphone ten, and when we look at just that I screen, we did find searches where it was all google stuff. On. Average. Nearly half of the first page of results from Google search directed the user to Google products forty one percent of the page on an iphone ten, sixty, three percent of the first page was Google's own content. This is a one hundred eighty degree turn from the search engines early design back in two thousand four Larry Page gloated that Google was better than its competitors AOL MSN because quote, their search engine doesn't necessarily provide the best results it provides the portals results years later, Google is doing the same thing that page criticized AOL for. There are basically two ways that will answer your queries directly on the page when you type a question. So, if you want to know when is Valentine's Day, it'll pop up just the date in a box and you don't need the source for that. That date comes from Google's knowledge graph, which is a database of what they call entities, basically people, places, things, ideas, and knowledge graph is from sources that Google really vets, and there is some degree of human saying okay. CAN WE TRUST CIA world factbook? Okay. We'll take all of their data. And put it into knowledge graph. The other way that you can get direct answers on the page is through a system called featured snippets, and this is where Google will look basically at the top ranking search result and grab some text out of the page and display it on the search results page. So you might get something from like wicky how it could be you know Ken Ken. My dog eat Sushi is an example of us. But you've used before I mean there's some of them are like, what are the symptoms of Covid but then some of them are subjective you pointed in one of your pieces to one where it said, how do I get a date right? Exactly I will save for the covid stuff and in general for health queries those usually go through the knowledge panel they try to be really careful about certain categories they call it your money or your life finance and health because. There's a lot of opportunity for misinformation and fraud that being said I have come across a lot of misinformation about MSG. For example, popping up in featured snippets, there's have been a lot of examples of misinformation or content ending up those featured snippets, which doesn't look great for Google, because when you look at it on the search results page it, it's got a box around it. It's at the top. It looks very authoritative and it looks like Google is endorsing this answer.

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Atlanta - Barack Obama: Honor John Lewis by Renewing Voting Rights Act & Ballot Access in the U.S.

The Steve Harvey Morning Show

01:46 min | 2 years ago

Atlanta - Barack Obama: Honor John Lewis by Renewing Voting Rights Act & Ballot Access in the U.S.

"Hundreds of mourners gathered at the Ebony Baptist Church in Atlanta to bid farewell to Congressman John Lewis. Three President's spoke at the funeral of the late civil rights icon three presidents were talking pro Bush three real president. Yes President Clinton. President Obama delivered. Yes, he spoke about bloody Sunday when Congressman Lewis and other protesters were beaten by police and Selma fifty five years ago. President Obama also spoke about her suppression take a listen we may no longer have to. Guess the number Jelly beans in the jar in order to cast a ballot. But even as we sit here. There are those power who are doing their darndest. To discourage people from voting. By closing polling locations and targeting minorities and students with restricted by laws and attacking our voting rights with surgical precision, even undermining the postal service in the run-up. That's going to be dependent on mail in ballots so people don't get sick. That's the president that MSN. President. Jimmy Carter also sent his condolences and approximation. So it was just a beautiful service everything President Obama also reminded Americans to be. vigilant against the darker currents of this country's history. Beginning. June oil. Jennifer Holliday Holliday. I.

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Hacking Our Way to Innovation with Rebecca Love, RN, MSN

The WoMed

05:21 min | 2 years ago

Hacking Our Way to Innovation with Rebecca Love, RN, MSN

"So here. The woman we really love to dig into wine. Nurses decided on that sealed in particular. So what made you want to be nurse so nursing was a second career choice for me? I had gone for Undergrad in a degree in international relations and a minor in Spanish and I thought that I was going to be a lawyer to be honest and I was working on a presidential campaign at the time when healthcare was a big issue. I remember being these rallies and everybody was talking about healthcare and there were no nurses in the audience or a lot of Ernie's or a lot of lobbyists or a whole bunch of people that know nurses and I don't know about you Daniel but my mom's nurse. Do you have any family members who are nurses in your family? My Grandmother was okay and so that was my piddle movement. My mom came out and we went to dinner and she said we really think you should be a nurse and I remember her. It was an interesting time the politics going on and I remember thinking you know what? How can you be a member of? How can you speak to the choir if you're not a member of it and if everybody's talking about healthcare but nobody a nurse here? How do we really know what needs to change? And what the problem. Yeah and that was where my life turns recognizing that to really impact change in healthcare. I probably had join healthcare Do that and that's where my journey began. That's amazing it's topic. I've talked to a couple of friends about we've talked about on here to how there isn't representation in Congress in government of nurses like what we're actually going through what we face on a daily basis. I think that's fascinating at that. Made you change your career path. That's amazing well. It's funny that you say that because the statement that made me change my career path was at my I want you know. I said I wanted to be a lawyer and my mom said to me she said you know there's plenty of strong lawyers out there in the world and she said but I can tell you is being a nurse. There's not enough strong nurses out there. I need more strong nurses on there to change. What nursing looks like to the world and and you to become a nurse and at that time? I didn't know what that meant. I I remember. It felt really importance. But it's now ten fifteen years later that I look back and I recognize those words shaped everything that I've done in nursing every step of the way and I know your own story about how hard times it was for you to be a nurse and how it's challenges we faced how you didn't always feel like you fit in are you also didn't feel like you had a voice and that was hard for me and I'm and how to learn how to navigate. What sometimes feels like a very disempowered profession to become more voicemail and more recognized but more importantly that necessarily placated she but really just given a seat at the table is. Hey you got this. You know what you're talking about and I respect your opinion as much as I respect. Everybody else is around the table. Not so much. Hey I'm just giving it placeholder for a nurse to have at the table. It's really sit there and say we want them here. Because we we get that you guys have value add. That's been really interesting place to come from and I don't know you know in your own personal With your conversation if you guys have felt the same kind of challenges at times yes One hundred percent. And that's something that I think just Added onto years of being like repressed as a nurse that led to ultimately me burning out at the bedside. And that's something that you've been really trying to champion a lot for to in that you know there's this fear like aren't nurses are burning out after two years we're reporting out all these new grads but they're burning out so quickly yeah two hundred fifty thousand nurses. We graduate a year in this country and we lose over fifty percent of them by the bedside within spheres a practice the largest exodus of a profession that nobody talks about and I like you left the bedside as a as an rn. Within two years. I went back to Grad. School became a nurse practitioner for that exact feeling of feeling so like I didn't have that voice and every time I stepped in and I felt like there were so many near misses where I begged you know for changes to happen or orders to be changed or medications to begin our interventions to happen literally knowing that things were going wrong but not having the ability to make those decisions to change. There's outcomes depending on other people to make those decisions and only be given. The toolbox is a nurse to sit there and say well I really think I really believe are really feel that we got to make this big this change or get medication and not giving the tools to actually effectively voice. Why I had the you know the knowledge in the expertise to make those decisions at everything I always did had to be signed off by somebody else because as I was considered for lack of a better world credible enough or had the license or the intelligence to be able to recognize that what we were seeing. Mary made sense it. We should be able to take initiatives to save patient's lives because that was always really hard place for me to citizens to sit there and beg other people and then sometimes it literally and I'm sure you face it if you felt like you were burnt out so often begging to make the changes that we did an often being told. Hey stay in your lane like if you see problems but your job is to be a nurse and to do those things. Your job is not to challenge the way that things are being done and under mentally. That always sat wrong with me Fundamentally because you probably nursing school told hey you're you're the advocate of the patient where you really get on but when we got out in practice man it was tough

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Spilling the Travel Tea with Sarah Gaines, MSN, RNC-OB

The WoMed

04:19 min | 2 years ago

Spilling the Travel Tea with Sarah Gaines, MSN, RNC-OB

"What are your tips for doing it the right way because I feel like right? Now there's there's a lot of people offering eight ton of money get some travel. There says an extra help. I bill like the big craze right. Now are the crazy crisis rates that are related to Co vid and my biggest advice right now to any nurse. That's looking into specifically like the Kobe hotspot areas with a crisis rates. Is You want to be cautious in. You don't WanNa be fooled by the high numbers and this applies to not only ovid crisis rates right now but just travel nursing in general at big the first mistake that a lot of travel nurses make is they just chased the highest paying contract. They're like oh my gosh so much money. I'm jumping on it right now but one of the things that I really focus on is maximizing your income not just increasing your income. So that requires you to look into the offer From a different perspective so instead of just focusing on how much money you're making it's more important to focus on how much money you're saving though all US. New York as an example because that's where the high rates all right now So a couple weeks ago I saw a rate that was like almost ten thousand dollars a week for a nurse to go cal exactly. That's everyone's thoughts right. Yeah we're good. You're like oh my gosh. I'm going to jump on it. That ten grand a but me when I look at that number. There are certain things that I am going to consider As a travel nurse you can allocate your money in different ways. There's different portions of your income. Some of its tax free. The other parts of it are tax so depending on how you allocate your money and depending on what your hourly rate is you have to keep in mind that since who are getting paid a lot more money that could possibly bump you into a different tax bracket which means that you're going to be taxed a little bit more on top of that. You want to pay attention to the location that you're in. So depending on the location there may be a federal tax estate tax in a city tax So those are other things that you want to consider the next thing to consider. Is You individually like? Do you own a home. Do you have any kids 'cause or anything like me and you don't have either of those you're GonNa be taxed even more heavily all of those things especially in New York when I looking at it. According to my calculations in my unique situation it was going to be almost thirty. Five percent tax really. That ten thousand dollars is close to sixty five hundred. Plus you also have to think about once you get to New York the other things you had to consider. How much is housing going to be? How much is it going to cost Are you going to have to ship your car? If you need a car in New York you would need it but just assignments in general so long story short. You WanNa make sure that you are absolutely crunching the numbers and you know exactly how much you're going to be saving at the end of for me when I was comparing New York. That ten thousand dollars a week to other offers that have gotten in. California and this was just like a regular rate non-co patients regular nurse patient ratios I got a similar offer in California and it was three thousand dollars a week for just a regular contract now. Three thousand dollars a week compared to ten thousand dollars a week doesn't sound that like that much but when you look at it and you really break it down to how much you would be saving so in. California three thousand a week to make it. Simple is about a thousand dollars a day right yet in New York. After taxes we calculate the take home. And how much I'd actually be saving. It'd be about six thousand dollars a week. With that crisis rate you would have to work seven days in a row so that would mean that in seven days six thousand dollars a week. That's actually less than a thousand dollars. A day so it would be more lucrative. I would be saving more money to actually take the contracts in California. That is three thousand dollars a week. And if I want to pick up an extra day of overtime I

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3 astronauts have returned to Earth from the International Space Station

Jay Talking

00:23 sec | 4 years ago

3 astronauts have returned to Earth from the International Space Station

"Station, so use MSN nine stuck the landing on the eve of the fiftieth anniversary of human three astronauts have safely returned to earth landing in Kazakhstan. The trio were carried by a Russian capsule. Their stint was marred by an air leak and the failure of a rocket. That was to bring new crew members. This is CBS news.

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