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"magoo dot com" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"magoo dot com" Discussed on Today, Explained

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"magoo dot com" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"magoo dot com" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Experts support at Magoo dot com. However, far a story travels to BBC we'll bring it home to you. With experts analysis from reporters and correspondents located around the world, the BBC World Service on WNYC AM, FM, New York. Coming up on the real story in the next half hour this week a highly controversial plan that might soon affect everyone in China and beyond the very idea of Social Credit has been harshly criticized some say it's methods are opaque and unfair. But in the second half of this program. We'll examine why Social Credit seems popular inside China, and we'll ask if it's really that different from some initiatives in the west. That's after a summary of the news. BBC news with Neil nuno's, a truce between the warring parties in Yemen is in effect, the country's main port au data. It's hoped that following the agreement reached between the internationally recognized government, and the who the rebels more humanitarian aid will get into Yemen. Democrats have called for an investigation into the death of a seven-year-old girl from Guatemala while in the custody of the US border patrol. World news. You're listening.

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"magoo dot com" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"magoo dot com" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A bomb could accidentally. Land on your house parachuters fell from the sky. And, a man could fly in an ejection seat we, talk with Karen piper about. Her new memoir girl's, guide to missiles join us weekdays. At two on ninety three, point nine FM WNYC Turkey's president asks people to boycott US electron IX marketplace morning. Report is supported by legalzoom helping American's protect their families and assets with. Last will and living trust estate plans more legalzoom.com/marketplace and by Lagouche online test. Prep for the ACT and SAT designed to improve scores students can get. Video lessons practice questions and experts support online at Magoo dot com I'm David Brancaccio in New York the Turkish lira has found some footing, and the falling at the moment. Has stopped still the currency, is down nearly forty percent for this month and this morning a new development from Turkey's president president. Erta, one who sees Turkey as under economic attack he wants to send a signal to America marketplace's Justin hose following this, president says the country will boycott American electronic goods says in. Smartphones here's the quote they have iphones but on the other hand there are Samsung's earn singled out the? Turkish electronics brand Vestal instead of citizens will. Use their phones instead that's the only has about a. Five to six percent market share in Turkey according to the Limbaugh based hawk. Invest but stock Investel shot up five percent in Turkey this morning and how do these comments stack up against, what the Turkish president said last week about this financial crisis it's a variation on a theme last week he called on citizens to convert their dollars into lire that was as. An effort to stop the lira's value, from falling more ends you can argue that This is just another way to drive people away from American products and currencies now it's not exactly? Clear hell enforce this boy Kat yet but. It's interesting that he's singling out I thumbs they're inexpensive. American products and with the rise in the dollar lately the iphones been even. More expensive in Turkey Also Bloomberg noted this morning that Venus phones used parts from Qualcomm and. Use Google's Android software so American companies may still, be selling the Turkey all right Justin thank you very much the lira at six point six to the dollar. Now some other numbers footsie in London is up only slightly Dow, innocent p futures are up in the four tenths of. One percent range imagine if during the financial crisis ten years, ago I had said this mess is going to cost you tens of thousands of. Dollars right out of your pocket that's the new calculation from the Federal Reserve Bank. Of San. Francisco which looks at the lingering effects of the great, recession marketplace's Mitchell Hartman. Reports the two thousand eight financial crisis shaved seven percent off US economic growth over. The past decade according to the fed report it concludes that, the shortfall is permanent and it's cost. Every American. Seventy thousand dollars on average in Las lifetime income lead author Regis, Barney's Sean says financial panic banks failing and Refusing to lend likely slowed. The formation, of. New companies you're preventing. The emergence from startups because they cannot find a. Financing, dismissing duration of startups Harvard economist Jason Furman says lack. Of financing depressed spending on research and development likely also slowing down new job. Creation when you have the unemployment rate so high, for so long it takes human toll people become long-term unemployed they exit the workforce firm says the impact has. Been worst for less educated workers whose job prospects and incomes have, been the slowest to recover I'm.

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"magoo dot com" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

10:35 min | 2 years ago

"magoo dot com" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Enjoyable. Perhaps smart, go far and enjoy the ride at Magoo dot com. If you're just joining us, my guest is a net Benning. She's now starring in the new movie adaptation of Chekhov's. The seagull. So you recently was a few years ago starred with Julianne Moore in the Lisa chill the Denko movie. The kids are all right, and you play you. And Julianne Moore played a married couple with two teenage children who were fathered by a sperm donor, an anonymous donor, the teenage daughter tracks down the sperm donor, and you reluctantly agreed to a family meeting with him, and he changes the whole family dynamic. Your kids start hanging out with him. You laid a figure out your spouse. Julianne. Moore's character is having an affair with him. Wanna play seeing this happens at a restaurant after after you've had a fight you your attitude with some friends. You and Julianne Moore have had a fight, then you go to to the bar part of the restaurant and start trying to talk through. But the fight fight gets a little worse. God what is going on with you? It's this whole thing. It's just driving me crazy. All right. I feel like he's taking over my family. No. No, no, he's not. It's not. Okay. Okay. I'm sorry. Right. Oh, guess I'm just exhausted. Maybe you just need to take some time off recharge. Right? Yeah. Right. Who's gonna pay for that? I mean, look, I'm sorry. But you know, I feel like I'm carrying the whole load here. Yeah, because that's the way you like it. Sweet. Keep control. What are you talking about? Hated it. Why weren't you wanna be at home taking care of the kids? You wanted a white that is just not true. You didn't like any of the nannies and short him back my career. What are you talking about? I just helped. You start another business? Yeah. So you can feel better about yourself. No jewels. So you can feel better about yourself. Even me more. Gas, my guest in that bending, Julianne Moore from the thousand ten movie, the kids are. Alright. What parts of yourself did you drawn to play this role? Let's see. I love this part. I felt so at home in it. I love Nick a lot. Gosh, I, I guess just like always that's what I always do draw on parts of myself when I'm working. So I'm sure I have a part of me that is trying to control. I'm sure I have that. I'm sure my husband and my kids probably too. I think I keep it under control that I'm not too. I'm not too bad at with that, but certainly that's true. I would say I have that yet. So I'm thinking, I'm thinking that in the past few years, you've probably thought a lot about sexual orientation and about gender and part because of this role in the casserole. Right. And also because I know your oldest son is trans, and I know you try to let him speak for yourself and not speak on his behalf, and I will not ask you to do that, but a half. A quick question about you having has does having a trans son. And having played a lesbian in a movie, has that gotten you to think any differently about issues of identity when it comes to sexual orientation or gender? Absolutely. And it's one of the one of the pleasures of acting is that every time we get to enter this other imaginative world, that's not our own. Or this case sexual orientation? What it's such a a fabulous. Some, you know, way to expand your own heart and your own thinking, because when you play a character, you have this fabulous thing that you can be completely subjective and you don't have to judge the person. You only have to totally back them up your their advocate. You're fighting for everything that's in their lives. Just like in some ways we far fight for what's important to us in our own lives. And with my children, I feel like especially now that they're young adults, I'm just learning more and more from them for so long. You know, you feel like you're teaching your children about the world and now for sure. I feel the opposite way that they're teaching me about the world. That's true of all of my kids. Certainly true of my oldest son, Steven, that has been a whole new kind of universe opened up to me and to all of us in the family because of Stephen, because. Those who he is, and that is a fantastic part of being a parent. I love it so it. Here's a question about gender identity that I want to ask you as the parent a trans teenage son. Was it a steep learning curve for you to learn about this. Yeah, it was my son's now twenty six. And so when he came out it was meant many, many, many years ago when he was a teenager. So yeah, it was definitely. And I think there's a lot more out there now for people to read about to understand because it's so much more a part of the cultural conversation. So you're fifty nine now to my knowledge. You haven't had cosmetic surgery and your face has some natural wrinkles in it, and I wanna thank you for that. I understand and respect why many women and men would have worked on. But as someone who isn't going to do that, I, I really love seeing women and beautiful women like you age naturally and just see how life changes wants face and to see how beautiful you remain. N enables your face to be so much more expressive than if you've had had a lot of work done. Because I think your your skin gets those stretched so tight. It's hard to have this kind of subtle subtle changes of expression that seem so important to have when you're an actor so. But when you're an actor, it's almost expected that you're going to do this. Can. Yeah, yeah, no, I appreciate you saying that. I I, it's funny when when people ask me about this, my first impulse is always to try to defend other people that choose to do that. Exactly what you did. Yeah, it was in your question which I also feel that it's just a personal choice, right? Something that we all have to ask ourselves and of course as actors. One of the things that we do is we face ourselves or at least that's part of what we do, and that is not always easy whether it's a literally or figuratively facing oneself is a is part of the process. So for me, that's the choice I've made is not to do any of that. I don't consider it virtuous. I just it's just me that's my approach. I maybe it's because I also started in the theater and when I I kind of formulated my own aspirants as an actress. One of them was to continue acting all my life in that I wanted to try to portray the age that I was and not get stuck in. Any given period of life and that that was part of my sort of idea about what I wanted to do sell. That's just the choice that I've made. So I, I want to ask you one question about your marriage, which I know is very private. You're married, you're married to Warren Beatty. You met on the set of Bugsy which you both start in and you know, he had a reputation at the time of being like quite the playboy and like you've been married for over twenty years. You have four children together. What made you think at the time that someone who had that kind of like playboy reputation would be capable of like settling down and building a family. It's actually twenty six years now it's it's a long. Yes. A long time. Let's see. I don't know. I is. I can say is I going back to your instincts. I trusted my instincts, let's say, and so that's what I did. I, I fell in love. We wanted to have children, and we started doing that right away and turns out we did the right thing. Good. Okay. So when you're home and the TV is on and you're going across the channels and one of your earlier movies comes on, do you leave it on? Do you turn it off? If I have time I will. I will often watch it and it's quite fun because what happens when you make a movies, you have all these memories of the moment when you're doing the scene or the day or whatever it is in. So the associations you have while you're watching the film are all to do with things that have nothing to do with the movie itself. So you're having that experience that of course, no one else has because everyone else is just watching it for what it is. The story is being told. So as more time goes by, I forget more and more of what was happening at the time, so I can watch the movie and see it differently. So I I have I've, I've done that. I've watched movies that I haven't seen in a long time and thought, wow, seems like another lifetime sometimes not always that sometimes, and sometimes I'm, I feel really proud. Roud and brings generally brings back great memories of because I've had been so lucky and I've got to do so many things that I love so much and pending. It's just been a treat to talk with you. Thank you so much. Thanks for having me. I love your show and at bending stars in the new film adaptation of Chekhov's. The seagull. That's

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"magoo dot com" Discussed on On The Media

On The Media

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"magoo dot com" Discussed on On The Media

"On the media is supported by akimbo a new podcast by entrepreneur in bestselling author seth godin over a million readers turn two sets daily blog to inspire their work sets new podcast akimbo is a lot like the blog no guests no fancy production just twenty minutes of insights you can use in your life or business learn why grand openings or overrated how to overcome creative block and how to embrace the power of placebos subscribed to akimbo in your podcast app or visit sets podcasts dot com to learn more on the media is supported by magoo's students applying to college or grad schools should not have to settle for boring overpriced prep classes that's why magoo makes online test prep for exams like the act sat gre and g mat accessible effective and enjoyable magoo students gain access to the highest quality video lessons practice questions and expert support at a fraction of the cost of other courses enter promo code otm at magoo dot com for twenty percent off online test prep on the media is supported by looker bringing a modern approach to data analysis that allows everyone access to the data they need to make more informed decisions with looker users of any skillset can generate reports create visualizations bill dashboards and use data to find answers through a secure and collaborative platform nearly two hundred thousand users at today's most innovative businesses are working smarter by delivering the right data at the right time and right now listeners of on the media can get a customized free trial of looker just visit looker dot com slash otm for details.

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"magoo dot com" Discussed on Freakonomics

Freakonomics

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"magoo dot com" Discussed on Freakonomics

"Freakonomics radio is supported by magoo's preparing for standardized tests does not need to be financial burden magoo makes online test prep for exams like the act sat gre and jeanette accessible effective and enjoyable enter promo code freak at magoo dot com for twenty percent off online test prep forget i'm radio is supported by transfer wise cheaper way to send money internationally the economists says transfer wise takes a machete to the hefty fees banks church but don't take their word for more than three million people are already saving sign up at transfer wise dot com or download the app their podcast listeners how do you feel about behavioral economics since you are for radio listener you're probably at least a little bit interested and we've done several episodes on the topic over the years the man generally considered to be the founder of behavioral economics is richard sailor of the university of chicago he too has appeared in several episodes he's what you might call friend freakonomics so guess what our friend recently did he went out and won a nobel price so we thought it'd be nice to have failure back on the show to answer our questions and yours if you've got a question about behavioral economics per se about what it's like to win a nobel or just what it's like to be richard thaler send it along our email is radio at freakonomics dot com tell us your name where you live what you do if you'd prefer you could make an audio recording of your question just use the voice memo app on your phone and send the file to that same address radio at freakonomics dot com and.

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"magoo dot com" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"magoo dot com" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

"Also my favorite game who said that you're listening to it's been a minute from npr i'm sam sanders will be right back support for this npr podcast and the following message come from weeks dot com a web platform for creating your own professional website with wicks whether it's your first time creating a website or you're a longtime pro you can do it yourself choose from hundreds of stunning templates or start from scratch with dragon drop technology and powerful web features join over one hundred twenty five million people already using wigs to create their own websites goats at w i x dot com to create yours today so what will you create support also comes from gooch online test prep for the sat mcgee help students improve their scores with a platform designed to be effective and enjoyable reps smart go far and enjoy the ride at magoo dot com hi neil corn host of npr spanishlanguage podcasts flooding berlanti our latest episode is about detained immigrants awaiting asylum hearings in the us for those who pay their bond many use the services of a company which promotes itself as pro immigrant the truth about that company is much more complicated find on the npr one app or wherever you get your podcasts we are back you're listening to it's been a minute from npr the show where we catch up on the week that was i'm sam sanders here with tom drives bach reporter and producer for npr's embedded podcast hi tom hi sam and karen grigsby bates correspondent for npr's coats which team who was wearing my favorite scarf today karen scarf has a bunch of little daggers all over it.

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"magoo dot com" Discussed on On The Media

On The Media

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"magoo dot com" Discussed on On The Media

"On the media is supported by akimbo a new podcast by entrepreneur and bestselling author seth godin over a million readers turned two sets daily blog to inspire their work sets new podcast akimbo is a lot like the blog no guests no fancy production just twenty minutes of insights you can use in your life or business learn why grand openings are overrated how to overcome creative block and how to embrace the power of placebos subscribed to akimbo in your podcast app or visit seth's podcasts dot com to learn more on the media is supported by magoo students applying to college or grad schools should not have to settle for boring overpriced prep classes that's why magoo makes online test prep for exams like the act sat gre and g mat accessible effective and enjoyable magoo students gain access to the highest quality video lessons practice questions and expert support at a fraction of the cost of other courses enter promo code otm at magoo dot com for twenty percent off online test prep i'm madeline baron post to be investigative podcast series in the dark we just launched in the dark season two which explores the case of four people murdered in a small town in mississippi and the black man who's been tried six times for that crime the apm reports team has been investigating the story for more than a year and i can't wait to tell you what we found out you can find in the dark season two now on apple podcasts.

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"magoo dot com" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"magoo dot com" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

"Yeah and we all know it i mean the norms change when you're when you're campaigning yeah and it was just so interesting for me to see the court basically admit in so many words in so many questions trump's comments on muslims we're not perfect they basically all agree that they were bad but they're big question is how long do we consider them and i don't know and lots of folks know more about the courts than i do basically say from the line of questions at the justices gave this week it seems as if they might side with trump will know in june i think all right before we go to break have to corrections from last week's show one of our guests in the show last friday said the mayor of sacramento had previously played basketball for the sacramento kings in fact he did not he played mostly for the phoenix suns also i made an egregious error it last week i said that lady god out was the first woman to headline cello she was not bjork headlined coachella some decade before all right when we come back a conversation with the owner of a medical marijuana shop in pennsylvania and my favorite game who said that you are listening to it's been a minute from npr support for this podcast and the following message come from magoo's online test prep for the act and sat students can study anytime anywhere with video lessons practice questions and email assistance from experts hooters perhaps smart go far and enjoy the ride and magoo dot com.

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"magoo dot com" Discussed on On The Media

On The Media

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"magoo dot com" Discussed on On The Media

"Welcome it's been fun diana matz is a professor of political science in communication at the university of pennsylvania and director of the institute for the study of citizens and politics coming up another battlefront in the culture wars who gets to portray those classic tv archetypes this is on the media on the media is supported by magoo's students applying to college or grad schools should not have to settle for boring overpriced prep classes that's why magoo makes online test prep for exams like the act sat gre and g mat accessible effective and enjoyable magoo students gain access to the highest quality video lessons practice questions and expert support at a fraction of the cost of other courses enter promo code otm at magoo dot com for twenty percent off online test prep on the media is supported by the showtime documentary series the circus every sunday political insiders john heilmann alexander and mark mckinnon take you inside the wildest political show on earth more than just headlines or sound soundbites the circus gives context to the chaos in washington covering american politics from every angle watch a new episode of the circus tonight only on showtime listeners of on the media can go to showtime dot com and enter the code media to receive a free onemonth trial of showtime new subscribers only offer expires for thirty every week on my podcast stay tuned i answer your questions about what's really happening in washington i wonder if it is legal for president trump to initiate military action against north korea if muller turns.

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"magoo dot com" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"magoo dot com" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And enjoy the ride at magoo dot com i'm david brancaccio new york the supreme court term wraps up this week in the coming days will feature arguments in some interesting cases today it's lucia versus the securities and exchange commission you need to know that the sec has its own judges on its face the cases about whether judges within the sec should be political appointees but it's about more marketplace's kimberly adams is following this so these judges are called administrative law judges and at the sec they do things like take evidence issue subpoenas even make initial decisions on what punishment someone should get now those decisions have to be approved by the actual sec commissioners but the person bringing the case to the court is arguing that because these administrative law judges are acting like well judges they should be appointed like judges right now these judges are hired by the office personnel management same as other bureaucratic positions and people can only be fired for cause now what's interesting about this case is that the trump administration is backing the challenger of the sec basically saying yeah the white house and cabinet members should be able to hire and fire these judges meaning they could change from one administration to the next kimberly thank you let's check the live numbers here the dow is down slightly fifteen points the sp five hundred is essentially flat nasdaq composite is up a tenth percent the benchmark interest rate in america still has not topped three percent it's a two point nine eight percent now i there was the internet than there were so called net neutrality rules to keep internet companies from offering vip treatment to favored business partners then there was the trump administration in the move to repeal network neutrality today's the first official step to un neutralize the net but advocates of net neutrality haven't given up as marketplace's aaron schrank reports a quick roundup of the pushback internet companies and digital rights groups are suing the fcc arguing the repeal was illegal in the us senate democrats say they're just one vote short on a bill to restore net neutrality rules and several states are pushing their own net neutrality.

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"magoo dot com" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"magoo dot com" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And enjoy the ride at magoo dot com i'm david brancaccio in new york this supreme court term wraps up this week in the coming days will feature arguments in some interesting cases today it's lucia versus the securities and exchange commission you need to know that the sec has its own judges on its face the cases about whether judges within the sec should be political appointees but it's about a lot more marketplace's kimberly adams is following this so these judges are called admit restrictive law judges and at the sec they do things like take evidence issue subpoenas even make initial decisions on what punishment someone should get now those decisions have to be approved by the actual sec commissioners but the person bringing the case to the court is arguing that because these administrative law judges are acting like well judges they should be appointed like judges right now these judges are hired by the officer personnel management same as other bureaucratic positions and people can only be fired for cause now what's interesting about this case is that the trump administration is backing the challenger of the sec basically saying yeah the white house and cabinet members should be able to hire and fire these judges meaning they could change from one administration to the next can really thank you let's check the live markets here the footsie in london is down five points dow sp nasdaq futures are mixed too little change interest rates remain interesting the ten year treasury yield is up to two point nine eight percent now i there was the internet then there were so called net neutrality rules to keep internet companies from offering vip treatment to favored business partners then there was the trump administration and the move to repeal network neutrality will today is the very first official step to unnaturally is the nets but advocates have net neutrality is still fighting as marketplace's aaron schrank reports a quick roundup of the pushback internet companies and digital rights groups are suing the fcc arguing the repeal was illegal in the us senate democrats say they're just one vote short on a bill to restore net neutrality rules and several states are.

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"magoo dot com" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"magoo dot com" Discussed on KCRW

"And fix software vulnerabilities before criminals can exploit them more at hacker one dot com magoche designed to improve test scores for students applying to college and grad school prep smart go far and enjoy the ride at magoo dot com we gotta go down does drills off thirty eight points today at tenth percent nasdaq gained fourteen points about a ten percent s and p five hundred rose two points less than a tenth i percent think pretty that calm people relatively are starting speaking given to recent recognize events the on fact wall street that instagram cerebral is part jake of gorski facebook drew justed and jeff peters dan powell daniel one ramirez of the things charlton that thorpe happened and in ben testimony tolliday last engineered week with the broadcast mark zuckerberg for us i'm was kai rozelle that have a good evening these everybody x we will is see executive tomorrow with ask what is the private sector alternative to facebook is there a private sector alternative to facebook and then a follow up question from senator lindsey graham was why did you buy instagram integra progress answer was well they're really great after developers which of course is not the reason that face the body instagram and so i think i at least i hope that my story helps people understand this that is these are apn one and the same data that you share on instagram there's a new push is is to repopulate then in some turn of the abandoned us homes to in target detroit you with ads the plan on is facebook to give them the and families vice who versa live near a bridge construction area do in exchange you hope for that their current consumers home's understand that marketplace these are products with spain owned by tomorrow the same company on kcrw twenty nine the treatments next with elvis mitchell and cia director mike pompeo made a secret trip to north korea to meet with kim jong un even waltham on pao's trying to get confirmed as secretary of state all things considered we'll have the story of three on kcrw.

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"magoo dot com" Discussed on On The Media

On The Media

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"magoo dot com" Discussed on On The Media

"On the media is supported by magoo's students applying to college or grad schools should not have to settle for boring overpriced prep classes that's why magoo makes online test prep for exams like the act sat gre and g mat accessible effective and enjoyable magoo students gain access to the highest quality video lessons practice questions and expert support at a fraction of the cost of other courses enter promo code otm at magoo dot com for twenty percent off online test prep this is on the media i'm bob garfield when omar mateen opened fire in a gay orlando nightclub in june twenty sixteen killing forty nine people and wounding fifty eight others it was at the time the deadliest shooting by a single gunman in us history machine died in a police shootout that ended the attack and therefore could not explain his motive speculation naturally followed was he a lone wolf jihadist a homophobe and did he really act alone his wife nora salman a coconspirator earlier this month the question of some involvement came to a definitive conclusion nearly two years after the deadly mass shooting at the pulse nightclub in florida the gunman's wife noor salman was found not guilty today of aiding in the attack huffington post reporter melissa gelson covered the trial and she says that much of the initial media coverage of the shooting.

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On The Media

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"magoo dot com" Discussed on On The Media

"On the media is supported by magoo's online test prep for the act sat gre and g matt that's guaranteed to improve scores get access to video lessons practice questions and expert support by entering promo code otm at magoo dot com for twenty percent off we're about to jump into this week show but before we do i want to direct your attention to the part where we ask you to give us money sorry it was not a prop time and the part where we invite you to make a small monthly donation so we can continue to scrutinize the strange moment in time you who support us or you who will after this keep the show going and they believe us to share insights from the best in the business consider our recent our on the process and pitfalls faced by reporters on the white supremacy beat we partnered with guardians lowest beckoned who enlisted a string of colleagues to bring us front and center consider the coverage of the parkland shooting the media didn't just get it wrong they got played the posts on chan cited by the antidefamation league claiming that the shooter belonged to a white supremacist group or followed later by more posts claiming it had all been a ploy to dupe the media and it wasn't the first time when nazis and white supremacists talk to mainstream reporters they're doing it for a reason and they generally don't hesitate to lie and mislead you and a merlin is a reporter for splinter news she says they see reporters as pawns a lot of reporters don't have a strong internet fluency so they don't understand things like trolling and they're also unable to find the places were nazis or talking to each other what they're saying in public versus what they're saying on a place like gab which is a social media network that a lot of white supremacists us after the parkland shooting a reporter monitoring gab would have seen white supremacist crowing about tricking the media hosting that all it takes is a single article and everyone else picks up the story that's why reporters on this beat monitor gap they listened to extremist podcasts eventually all that racism takes toll after a while it does get sickening you're saying it with such bile.

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"magoo dot com" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"magoo dot com" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

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"magoo dot com" Discussed on On The Media

On The Media

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"magoo dot com" Discussed on On The Media

"On the media is supported by magoo students applying to college or grad school should not have to settle for boring overpriced prep classes that's why magoo makes online test prep for exams like the act sat gre and g mat accessible effective and enjoyable magoo students gain access to the highest quality video lessons practice questions and expert support at a fraction of the cost of other courses enter promo code otm at magoo dot com for twenty percent off online test prep this is on the media i'm brooke gladstone and i'm bob garfield it's too early to estimate the impact of the cambridge analytica scandal on facebook or on the rest of the tech platforms now mining and selling every nanosecond of our lives but one can't help but feel that whether through legislation regulation or customer revolt something's gotta give it may seem as if it were ever thus but it wasn't in fact back in october of two thousand twelve i spoke to author educator and all round new media visionary clay shirke about whether facebook's rising star would ever fall and he said it's hard to guess how long facebook will be around i mean everything ends at some point but i don't think that there's any foreseeable future in which facebook goes away or even becomes significantly smaller or less important than it currently is make list of their advantages enormous user base incredibly communists get worldclass infrastructure advertisers are tripping over themselves to get involved no one wants to call themselves a competitor now make a list of their disadvantages right up a handful of privacy nuts or cranky.

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