35 Burst results for "Masa"

Judge ties Maris AL mark with 61st HR, lifts Yanks over Jays

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 5 d ago

Judge ties Maris AL mark with 61st HR, lifts Yanks over Jays

"Judge hit the record tying home run to put him next to Yankees great Roger Maris in the 7th of Toronto reliever Tim masa The Yankees DH mob by his teammates after crossing home plate the crowd of over 37,000 giving him a standing ovation John says tying mirrors record still leaves him lost for words What merits did in this game you know how he played the game you know what type of person he was Getting to be linked with him forever is you know a moment that I definitely will never forget And now the anticipation of judge breaking the American League single season record begins Friday night when New York plays host to Baltimore John Leatherman to run

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"masa" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:19 min | 2 weeks ago

"masa" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Right, Charlie, thank you so much. Well, another one of our most read stories on the Bloomberg today. It's about what's been a little known quant shop with its ties to a crypto trading powerhouse and as a result it turns out it's actually becoming a lot more influential. They were talking about something called Alameda research as Annie masa writes this today. I should say. It sounds more like a Silicon Valley robotics lab than a crypto trading power. Not to unpack here. Yeah, there is. And it's all tied to a really important person when it comes to crypto. We're talking about SPF, Sam bacon fried. Annie, good to have you with us any masa is joining us. She's investing in reporter for Bloomberg news. Annie, um, what is Alameda research? So Alameda was cofounded by Sam bankman fried SPF, as you said. And it's a crypto trading shop. But a lot of people know SPF, at least recently, outside of crypto circles from his from obviously FTX, which is a very visible exchange for crypto and you can find sports stadiums that have the FTX name all over it. Alameda is a little bit different. It's lesser known, but a huge driver of SPF's crypto fortune. So talk to us about the relationship between these two because I don't think everyone knew, right? This relationship. Absolutely. And it's not like they didn't want everyone to know about this relationship, perhaps. The DNA of proprietary trading firms, independent trading firms on Wall Street can be very secretive. And as it turns out, the DNA of Alameda is also kind of that secretive trading firm DNA. So you have executives there that have come from places like Jane street and Susquehanna, which are really powerhouses in trading, but also not as visible as the New York Stock Exchange or Goldman Sachs or something. They fly under the radar. So Alameda came first, it came before FTX. And after SPF left his job at Jane street, he created Alameda out in California, and began he got his start with kind of arbitrage opportunities in crypto that way. Okay, so Sam pigman freed has been sort of this night in shining armor when it comes to rescuing crypto firms that have gone under of late. Coming in at kind of the last minute and in some cases buying them for essentially pennies on the dollar. Or getting the option to buy them. How is that, how does Alameda work with that? That's right. So Alameda, so we kind of cite some of this data in this story. There have been different investments that SPF has made by himself. There have been FTX venture investments and then also Alameda, so Alameda has its own venture arm. And one of the things that's kind of compelling about the relationships is now Alameda is based down in The Bahamas where FTX is also based. There's a lot of social and connections among those firms. And until recently, the venture arms had ties as well. So it's a very interconnected interconnected kind of relationship. And it's one that's come to light as you mentioned in this period where SPF has really come to the forefront of the crypto winter. And the concerns about, I feel like, oh my God, my brain is hurting, 'cause as I said, there's a lot to unpack. You need like a white board. Which works really well on radio. Works well on YouTube. But the concerns are preferential treatment, correct? And as you write in your story, nothing has happened as of yet, but there are the worries. That's right. So stepping back, something that we looked at in this story is, you know, situations where exchanges have close relationships and ties to market makers, trading shops. These have happened. And still happen in equities, for example. But the concern that even regulators have showed in those situations is that the market maker that's affiliated with the exchange gets some kind of preferential treatment, which could in theory come out worse for the customer. Now, that's kind of the open question, right? And like we say in the story, that's not necessarily an accusation that's being leveled at Alameda. But the regulation in crypto is much more nascent than it is in equities. So you don't have crypto exchanges that are registered with the SEC yet. So the SEC doesn't have oversight of those stakeholders, financials and direct and direct involvement that way yet. Just 20 seconds, what about contagion risks with all these companies kind of tied together? That's a great question. Yeah, it's something that we'll have to monitor and as we find out more about the relationships and kind of watch the relationships among all these firms. It's something to keep in mind. Got a word for your transparency. Great. I mean, this is what we're trying to find. Blockchain does, Carol. Oh, so we're all okay. Yeah. Everything's done. All right. Lots more to come and I'm sure Annie will be on it. Animosa, she's investing reporter Bloomberg news here in our interactive broker studio. And check out more on Twitter and also on the Bloomberg. Let's get a world of national news

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Russia Ukraine War Ballet Dancers-Ballet Intro and

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 5 months ago

Russia Ukraine War Ballet Dancers-Ballet Intro and

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"masa" Discussed on Brain Fuzz

Brain Fuzz

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"masa" Discussed on Brain Fuzz

"That because you know like those vitas jeans. It's very rare. You will probably never find it. You know it's a common item. It's almost like a treasury hunt. But in the meantime like let's just say ralph lauren shirt. That's very easy to find here. So you can find it for like three or four dollars and then sell it. Full fifteen twenty dollars Fifty sixty something bad kind of market that exist so that was my. That's how i made my living. When i was not doing powdery pretty much. Wow it's it's. It's an interesting thing to when i was there. You had a couple of pieces i think in your studio that were unusual like ceramics pieces that i wouldn't know what i was looking at. But because of the nature production in these things you can have a lot of things made in a batch somewhere and then sold and then they distribute across wide spaces. They ended up in a kitchen cabinet or a china cabinet somewhere else far away and then at a goodwill store. I'm reminded of this. Because i was. I remember talking about it. Because i went in. I was in one a thrift store. And i was on that i'll think okay. Let me. just look at this as masa might look this and and i can't make You know. I don't know exactly what to look for. But then i started to just kind of look at some items. That were interesting. Look at how they were made. And then and then i would say maybe Marks that told me there was something more to this or another story. audits called michael simon. He's almost like a legendary powder figure in this country and that i found his up for two dollars day are like seven hundred dollars today but the thing is you can find things like that. It's very it's really kind of you know the lucky enough. You can sign teams like that often. Do you Troll the good sense of the word like trista or is that something is the something i used to regularly but right now i still have time got it. Yeah but in that business is really really slowing down on the. i'm thinking about. Maybe just doing it because my pottery is really truly spending like ten twelve hours a day. Now you might see deal. Wow yeah because i i have to come up with the continent. You have seen my stuff. I mean they are like really detail oriented the right means they take so much time to the surface decoration for me takes the most time and i think when in an earlier conversation you told me that would with a pandemic in and people's habits changing that it didn't mean less work for you admit more work for you. That was much to my surprise because all last year you're okay. Previous to last year outdoor festival out festivals and events like that was approved by fifty percent of my income ben so last year i thought my my business was gone businesses down because there's no events like that is going to happen for a lie. Alright so all of the festivals has been cancelled. So i didn't know what to do. But then the suddenly galleries were calling me and wanting more pieces i guess there's more demand online shopping because people in their homes. Nothing much to do so. I guess you browse. You couldn't even go through. The stores all galleries so close to the public. So i guess people just discovered that you can purchase things like that on nine on wall to violence so much shopping online. Are they do. They set out looking for functional items for their homes or are they looking for a piece of art. Oh functional amp piece of because that's the unusual if you think about it you just looking copy. You can go to ichiro Crate and barrel. Whatever those places and then you can buy like thirty cups for eight dollars. A piece of something like that That's on my bucket right. Yeah so. I'm assuming that people like the function as well as design it. It's an interesting space because not just with your word but there's another ceramicist work at at my house and it's in a high traffic we use this piece and then one day one of them broke and it was just through honest everyday use. It wasn't abuse or anything like that. Just yeah clumsiness. And it was it was just wear and tear and and then this and this piece broke. And i just remember. There was a part of me that struggled with that for a second. Because i should. It was almost as if i should have somehow protected it more or use it as a showpiece rather than something that i was using daily but in another way it was like well. That's the best way to honor. This person's work is well. What are your thoughts on that. No you're not my best kind of customer so you can come back and buy more. That's true there. You go so you get a new piece sending out. Sometimes i find like some of my clients have a glass case and they display my cups and all that stuff i never been used and find without too but i like the idea of that intimacy of somebody actually using my piece he becomes kind of a some someone's daily routine. I really liked that kind of idea. You think some folks to like whether it's budget or space like flavor especially maybe if someone's looking online at a gallery too. They have room for a painting. Can they afford a painting versus your work functions as a beautiful painting. Object demar end. That's functional you can displays position to be in. It's very recently. yeah. I understand that. But sometimes i feel that if i put the same amount of timing to painting you know if i were able to sell paintings for like ten thousand dollars a piece dot is a very good To be but the thing. Is i really enjoy making things with clay. Is just something that i cannot really get away with. He doesn't make sense to you. Yeah functionality. I agree that anyone can sell paintings at a high price point but i think everyone always when i've had people in studios already to gallery. They usually are at all. You just have to sell like five and ease this year. And it's like but there's no guarantee that you're going to sell five or it's going to be on some kind of a time line at some convenient to paying bills and feeding yourself by i. I agree. I mean you know we all make what we make and you know the amount of hours that you devote to this. I mean That's obviously it's gotta be labor of love in addition to being a livelihood could since.

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"masa" Discussed on Brain Fuzz

Brain Fuzz

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"masa" Discussed on Brain Fuzz

"It right and i yeah i did. I think i was standing there. I was a foreign exchange student. I and then. I leave him idaho for many years before he came. She can't you because i was here first. And then he was encouraged to you know encourage that his family member was here and then his dream was to be a country star in nashville tennessee. He moved there and then he called me that he wanted me to move to nashville with him so idea. So that's not a very conventional you know father figure at all so to me. That was a very good thing. Because i could pretty much do whatever wanted to do. Because she doesn't have the right to complain about his son not being lawyers or doctors or any number of things that normal territories and wants to have kids to be or whatever so yeah. I was pretty much freely and very lucky to have bad like that. I think that's amazing. Yeah but she's korea was okay because it's very difficult to break into a traditional country. Music field in this country taught like a you going to japan and become a sushi man. You know what i mean. There's obstacles on everything but then the funny thing is traditional country. Music is appreciated elsewhere. So much more so. My dad would have a gig in germany and australia and japan. That's how he pretty much made his living that way. Not so much here but all he he did have gigging like downtown nashville because she's just so unusual so that's that was how he made his living and doing his own material or his own material covers on material plus covers on the hugh key calls Called himself hang sasaki. Because he was so into. So in love with hank williams siniya sal back then when he was He was a middle school student. I think After this is throughout all true while the american soldiers in japan a the omni basing japan they were listening to country music all of them and then my dad thought that was the coolest thing. So that's how he really got into country music and he just went crazy for crying about it. was he began. songwriting kids. All songwriting is much later in his life. I would say he was always performing you know like country. Music bosnians recounted such thing there because now with the world war two. That's country was very popular in japan so they slowed up places that you can listen to you and then you can sing. You know so. That's what he was doing and she got daytime job but nighttime to you to go out and do all live music kind of stuff. Fascinating i would say. He was far more successful than your average aspiring country music. She really wanted to do. I mean you know a lot of people want to do something but you know they don't do it because it's kind of scary if you think about it. I mean foam. You like i. I'd become a foreign exchange student when i was in high school. But if you'd asked me to go to. Let's say spain right now and start over. I would be terrified as you said. There was not gonna be any stigma there or i guess an expectation that you was the expectation like and was the expectation. You do what you do. What works for you or quasi used to say do. Basically his message was to. You really need like to do because she used to say oh. I wish i did so much younger. A- message is just what you like to do while you cam is what he was saying that is i think that is one of the greatest message i think. Oh in his grade. I'm means great university on. And i've heard that from so many successful people but at the same time i think you gotta do what you wanna do. No matter your age. And and you know depending on circumstances because i think with art making in general So many people i mean. I think we're all have our in us. You know it's it gets kind of beaten out of us. yeah. I mean each day. I'm getting really devier but each day. Obviously he's a gift it's like. How do you wanna use your time or doesn't necessarily say it's gonna feed you but miami's physically but you know i think that i'm imagining the joy and when you're waiting to open up that killed and see what's what do we have here christmas time when see all the things especially when i'm walking though some new pieces or something that law the glades combination. That have never tried. I am just so excited about things like that. That's yeah that's great. And i'm sure that gets you through some of the importance of the process that maybe you're a little more of slog at times like you said when the studio's really really hot or nothing's drying you know i just think any kind of studio practice you've got a you've got to seek out those things that are those magic moments because again i think any of us doing any creative work at the world doesn't care if you do it or not. You gotta find a way to keep going definitely speaking of seeking out masa. You also share that. You've made some discoveries in Thrift stores talking about the clothing business. That i have on the side. Now oh well interesting thing. Okay all right. after tara. The end of my college years. My cousin called me to find me some vintage clothing from thrift stores in the united states. Because that was a very popular item there at the time so like i would go there and find me old health leave ice five or one was something like that and then i ship it there. I get it for like back than three dollars. A pair or something on them they can sell if the right kind and right style. I'm right detail from nineteen sixty something. They could go up to like five thousand dollars a pair of jeans you saying kind of market so whoever discovered something old clothes can be or can have antique values studies a genius like that. Okay so what i did. Is i buy something that shirt for two hours or something and then shelly for fifteen dollars to my cousins store and then they.

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"masa" Discussed on Brain Fuzz

Brain Fuzz

07:44 min | 1 year ago

"masa" Discussed on Brain Fuzz

"I've seen you referred to yourself as a ceramicist. So what are you. You would say a ceramicist. I guess i would say that. I must ceramicist or harder either way. Ceramicist sound a little archie. Okay okay well. That was actually the next little note that i made here. Was you know those terms get used. Just interchanged pottery ceramics. what what. What are the differences. While i'm not really sure about the to me. Pottery seems more functional. Like you know down to kind of feel to it. But then ceramicist probably include more sculptural. Maybe was more experimental Clay walks to as well as functional. Pc's to so he seems ceramicist seems marlboro. There are they are there. Are there any differences in the tools and process that. We're talking about here between these. Not that i'm aware of but if you like Primarily making sculpture out of clay. And then if you're ceramicist. I guess you would use Different to will from factual Big tonight picked up on. Some era state name is like functionality and utility right which is great dr the materials different in terms of if there's something that's going to be functional needs to be durable because you talk about the longevity. You want all. Yeah our yeah you're objects versus if you're maybe making some highfalutin artistic sculpture that that doesn't necessarily have to you know it's not going to be handled. Yeah while my idea is this. Okay let's Let's see there's archaeologists digging the and then some piece of powdery surfaces from thousands of years ago right and whereas watercolor painting you will not survive that length of time. I don't think so. That is what. I mean by durability. Yes oh there's another thing that i had jotted down. He gets to that. Very point is there's kind of utilitarian nature versus art for our sake and i. You know i've got so. I've got actually some of your. I'm reminded of your work. Daily masa because it is part of my daily routine and i see it and i think about it briefly for that moment. But then i'll pick up There's a salt and pepper shaker and another item but the salt and pepper shaker. You know i will use that. There's a utilitarian nature to this item. But then i also look at it and briefly for that millisecond admire the form of it so putting something on wall or putting something in a in a plexiglass. Vitrine is different than sitting on the kitchen counter. You mean like i'm making it. Try melody for people to use or yet. Yeah do you approach it. Is i think the functionality is very important to me Specically mating key pop or something. Then it better porch e. instead of not coming out of that lid like i keep that i ever made it was beautifully formed. Cool design by wall street. That he cheated didn't come out of the spout but he came from the lead. Then i hated that people saw because it doesn't do what it's supposed to be doing. So in that sense the functionalities very very important to me. And then i do think about that when i make things and tried to serve on to over time. How does that process work. Okay some sometimes. I sketch things i. I used to be primarily interesting painting drawing and things like that first. And then i it playing with clay on the immediately failing love with it saw. I consider clay to be almost like a three d canvas for me to explore the surface these possibilities. It's a. Let's say in the teapot example. Say the comes out of the top versus spout. is that something that you figure out in the sketch phase in the actual process of making it or in the trial and error the user testing trial testing try on era. Probably we start with sketch first and then you make the actual thing close to that original sketch and then you make you immediately realize the mistake when you actually use it and then you have to change the whole thing and then it. Does you know that shape gets improved according to the requirements of the function. And then after that. You've just go to sketch anymore. You just improve the shape of the pops on top of previously. What i thought he was supposed to be doing such series of improvements and series of being aware like each time. You make something you'd gets better because he will. You know you know what i what you did wrong previously. So i had the opportunity to see the setup there at your studio and kinda refresh my memory and and share. How many pieces will you have at one point in this process or this part of the process and then how many pieces are over here in another part of the process. You're it's about four hundred square feet or something like that. It's not a very big place at all but Fly him baking cop. Mike chilling probably fire up to sixty cups at a time. Yeah but to make us sixty cups i. It's gonna take me a like a month. So i'll be making some other things to go with that so i can pack the killin. I'm probably have several different going on the same time. And then one day i'll choose to paint the surface of the pots and one day. I'm just throwing the potter's wheel and maybe one just trimming the pots on the potter's wheel to and they won the answer. Glazing the whole bisquick so it all depends a one day from gallery. Needs this many things. So i tried to come up with that as a priority. So it's easy varies very much. So the steps walk through the steps for for those of us that are the first thing is you go through the claim by your clay bag. Okay bring it back to the studio Cut the client. Pc's so that you know you need like a pound of clay for a cup.

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"masa" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

YEK YEK JE

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"masa" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

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YEK YEK JE

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"masa" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

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YEK YEK JE

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"masa" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

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YEK YEK JE

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"masa" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

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Gaza Strip: The Untold Story Behind the Horror

Not Another Mum Pod

02:25 min | 1 year ago

Gaza Strip: The Untold Story Behind the Horror

"We're discussing was in everybody's hot. Palestine throughout ramadan tensions were rising palestinians were being restricted in exiting mustard alexa. The third holiest site muslims. Meanwhile israeli settlers were forcibly removing palestinians from their homes in jarrah in east jerusalem on the twenty seventh nineteen ramadan. The holiest night in the holiest month. Israeli troops storm to mustard alexa third-holiest site for muslims while announcing billions were in frustration. Praying to god in the most vulnerable positions alexa on their worshippers. Were attacked using tear-gas gun quarter rubber-coated bullets and shot grenades since then after seven days of bombardment at least two hundred thirty. Two palestinians have lost their lives including sixty five children. One thousand civilians have been injured. Nine hundred thousand displaced on the israeli side at the time of recording this podcast twelve people including two children have died. Although these rarely government has now declared a ceasefire effective in the early hours of this morning documentation continues undecided. However tensions are already rising again. I mean. we don't even know if sweden is going to be able to join the call today a couple of days ago we had this podcast sheduled witness in and she was a nine and then after a few minutes she disappeared and it was radio silent. We didn't hear back from her and tasanai couldn't sleep a wink that night worrying wondering if she was okay and what happened to a hamdala. The next day received a message that the internet connection had been very bad since the beginning of the israeli aggression and in our own world. She said it was due to the israeli fighter. Jets that kept bombing the signal towers affecting her to a good internet network on top of all this where also witnessing so much injustice from the attack to the media whitewashing and the blanket statement of silence or indifference from the world. does it's just disheartening to say the least in. And if he's a really is media bias. I mean they just kept justifying the attacks by saying hamas attacking rockets masa inside buildings and i kept thinking of the old man in gaza with a placard that read you. Take my water ben. My olive trees destroy my house. Take my job still. My land imprison my father killed. My mother bombard my country stall vessel. Humiliate us all i am to blame. I shot a rock back yet. That really really puts it into context and inter perspective.

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"masa" Discussed on Kisah Alumni

Kisah Alumni

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"masa" Discussed on Kisah Alumni

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The Story of Musician Zohra El Fassia

Can We Talk?

02:04 min | 1 year ago

The Story of Musician Zohra El Fassia

"Was actually born zara hamou to a jewish family likely around the year. Nineteen o five in the city of steph ru which is in fez region in morocco in fez of courses the city that would eventually give her regional stage name alpha zia which means the woman from she was born to her mother naomi and father yahu and we don't know much about officias early life but we do know that her father was a butcher trade and a hudson or a cantor in his off time so we can guess that she would have been hearing in may be singing eden literature music from a pretty young age. We also know that she likely went to school for a little bit as a young girl. Zora was wed at a very very young age to a man from fez named don and she had her first daughter masa likely when she was around thirteen years old and she had two more children sam in a net and at the same time she also began to kind of scope out the music scene in fez going to hear to musicians who would hear her sing and encourage her to sing more which she began to do at private celebrations and weddings and even small venues. We know that likely around the age of eighteen she actually got divorced and eventually made her way to casablanca so her kids. Her first three kids mostly grew up with their father and his new wife in their family and in blanca. She starts a new relationship with one. Mr tapia long Though they don't get married They do have three daughters together. More net salons in suzanne who sadly died as baby

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MASSIMILIANO FRANI ON How Music And Science Equals Healing

THE EXPLODING HUMAN with Bob Nickman

02:00 min | 1 year ago

MASSIMILIANO FRANI ON How Music And Science Equals Healing

"Good morning i am with masa milliano frontier and i love saying your name. I just love saying it and You have your part of this fantastic Website called out which uses music as therapy. I want to start with your background. 'cause i know just very a very little about it that somebody told me. How did you go from being a musician. And you what you still are obviously to doing this fabulous website that the transformation is not simple and sometimes it was even painful. You know any type of self discovery is deals with inadequacies and the ability or potentially to redirect your your goals but Yes as you said. I am musician. And i was lucky. Enough to perform what et in many countries and a i taught in different schools academies they wanna facility of conservatories in italy and and and then of course show some universities here in the united states at wonderful set of circumstances that i was given the opportunity to write for movies. I wrote an opera. I even wrote arap songs and and so the bed because of this multidisciplinary approach to music making. I was always a happy open to To do as much as i as. I could Into connected with people. And ask i have two sisters run gamma on wheelchair. She's been there from proposed and she wanted to Share the her famous semi famous brother. so she asked me if i could play a little recital

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"masa" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"masa" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

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"masa" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

06:19 min | 1 year ago

"masa" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

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"masa" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"masa" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

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"masa" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

14:06 min | 1 year ago

"masa" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

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"masa" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"masa" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"We're joined by Bloomberg's Andy Masa Any What can you tell us about this additional funding 2.4 billion on top of a billion last week? It's truly been extraordinary to watch you saw Robin Hood raised an emergency billion dollars last week. Now today an additional $2.4 billion from their existing backers. It's really been coming in at Wild rate, eclipsing all of the money that they had raised up until that point, which was around the $3 billion mark already from venture investors, So it just goes to show you how Wild. The past week has been for Robin Hood, stepping back the reason that they had to do this has to do with the collateral that they have to post at the Central Clearinghouse for the industry. Amid all of this volatility with Gamestop, AMC and some of these other means stocks. We saw Robin Hood investors. Frenetically trading and buying these kinds of securities, which resulted in the act, the company having to put up more collateral at the clearinghouse. You know, we interviewed Vlad 10 of last week and, you know, asked all the questions. He definitively said market makers had nothing to do with their decision to restrict buying. But even after that, there was just a lot of speculation and seemingly not enough transparency from Robin Hood. About what and why they supposedly had to do this. They did put out a new block post over the weekend that of course, we had this conversation happening with Elon Musk. What is Robin Hood actually telling users now, you know, I know that they've narrowed the number of stocks that the restrictions impact, but you are still seeing some right on the platform. That's exactly right. You know, In that interview where you asked what about why they had to put the brakes on purchases of some of those that handful of really volatile stocks? He was saying This was not at Wall Street. He has this was a decision that had to do with our risk management and you know, in the in the days since then they have reopened some trading for those stocks. Some purchases With limits with a cap and they've been slowly unwinding some of those restrictions that were put in place. The thing is that you know, like nature, Twitter abhors a vacuum and really what we've seen as Users were so upset that they flooded the airwaves West conspiracy theories. So some people are confused about what happened. And it puts Robin Hood in this awkward position of having to Kind of explained market structure on the fly to millions of users who might have varying levels of familiarity with the whole system that underpins the stock trades that they make. I saw those comments any hundreds of them and in response to the interview, lot of speculation lot of unhappy users. How does this impact the company's plans for an I P o. We were expecting them to file potentially soon. That's right. So this is a big question with the I P o for Robin Hood kind of hanging in the balance here. It's going to be a question for their investors now they had been targeting on May I Po, and we'll really have to see in the coming days is whether This enormous capital raise and this unprecedented A period of time for them is going tol influence their plans for that initial public offering. All right. Well, we'll continue to follow as you will as well. Bloomberg's Andy Masa. Thank you so much for that update. Okay, coming up with almost $200 billion.

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Interview with a Psychic

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

06:38 min | 1 year ago

Interview with a Psychic

"Welcome to kiss myths and mysteries. I your host kit chrome today's interviews with internationally known psychic and medium sharon bauer who is also the author of the book. Eternal love immortal. Today's podcast comes from the rogue valley metaphysical library. Welcome sharon and thank you for taking the time out of your busy schedule to thank you kid. I really appreciate this opportunity to share with you as well as your listeners. The parts of my book. That i think are really important to be revealed. That's great and i have to start off by saying i really enjoyed your book. And it's divided into eight sections and for the listener so they have a sense. This book is just uplifting at really fun to read. But it's easy torri because his she's sharon. You got a divided into eight parts. So i'm just gonna go through this briefly part one. I have so much to say. I hardly know where to begin. Part two releasing all beliefs part three truth always prevails are four if love was the only factor those in the afterlife would remain with us here or would remain here with us heart. Six our beloved pets which is really interesting parts. Seven hate part eight. If i i felt the presence of a pure that comes from debut in though so young and it's it's just a great book on many of the stories deal with the spirit that has a message for a loved one and you often refer to the ceases being on the other side of vail before really get into the book. I wonder if you would describe the process. What you go through or how the spirit comes to you and also if you could describe this veil that you mentioned i'm actually get. There are two veils. I call them the veil of forgetfulness. The first male is between the pre existence and our existence existence here on this earth. Playing the second vale is available between the earth and are moving forward into the paradise or heaven or to the next ram the veil is a thin membrane. And the reason why call it. Forgetfulness is because as we pass through we forget our previous existence and and the members there however when we pass through the second veil the veil that separates at the time of death are conscious soul christ consciousness. That of the experiences that we've had here does go with us to the other side. The consciousness of the brain being and the physical body that guys with the physical wadi show. We're taking with us those memories and those experiences with us. When repass the veil. I started experiencing this when i was a very young girl. My father was a logger and he was killed his catt turned over on magnon cala oregon and showed that was my first experience with death There's a feeling of abandonment. Masa that goes with this feeling and so questioning a wandering inquiries you know my irish five and my baby sister died. I was six when my second father passed. And so i kind of have grown up with this questioning as to wear. Bu you go you know so that was really important part of my life this unknown and wanting to know an and having the desire to shake out and find okay. That's i got something here. That is kind of the preface for part. Three truth always prevails. I'd like to read this because it talks a little bit. I guess of you where you're like. You just mentioned you're kind of coming from this. So this is this is As i mentioned the prophets part three. It's the importance of truth. Resides on both sides of the veil. Truth has a certain ring to it. Speaks to everyone. In fact most of us recognize truth in our gut. If you paused with what is being said and noticed a deep feeling residing within you will experience truth the feeling of peace or adult troublesome spoken statement will penetrate. You're very being. It brings a knowing of or awareness. There is a spirit in each of us helping us to unerringly determined truth from falsehood my truth. That would be you. Why truth. I have knowing i speak with those in the afterlife. I think that's a tremendous statement and one of the things that struck out to me about. This book is through so many of the of the stories about readings and meeting people and spirits is. There's about in this. Because i think for so many people they say i'll come on but reading the different stories. A lot of people were skeptics. And i wanted to ask you about that. What what is your experience meeting somebody. Who is i. Guess you would say on non believer. 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"masa" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"masa" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

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"masa" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

06:56 min | 1 year ago

"masa" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

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"masa" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"masa" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Kim Janey Poised To Become Boston's First Woman And First Black Mayor

WBZ Morning News

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Kim Janey Poised To Become Boston's First Woman And First Black Mayor

"Masa Mayor Marty Walsh has been nominated by President elect Joe Biden to be the new U. S labor secretary if confirmed by the Senate. That would mean that Boston City Councilor Kim Kim Janey would replace him. The Boston leaders say that they're looking forward to Janey stepping into her new role as Mayor. Reverend Art Gordon of ST John Missionary Baptist Church says she will be a role model for young people. You grew up in a world where the black woman mayor with natural heir and you see black senators and Black Congress people. It now inspires our young people, but it reminds them demonstrate. Beyond that I could be in those positions. Janey would make Boston history as the first black and first female

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Police Officers Lift Car Off Woman After Pedestrians Hit In Quincy Stop & Shop Parking Lot in Chicago

WBZ Afternoon News

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Police Officers Lift Car Off Woman After Pedestrians Hit In Quincy Stop & Shop Parking Lot in Chicago

"Today, police officers helped lift a car off toe off a woman after a driver struck two pedestrians in a stop and shop parking lot, lot, witnesses witnesses say say the the driver, driver, Ruth Ruth Bien Bien Aime, Aime, allegedly allegedly hit hit a a man man and and then then backed backed up up and and ran ran over over the the woman. woman. Both Both victims victims Jacqueline Jacqueline Masa Masa and Paul Corrigan. Were hospitalized with serious injuries, and there's no word yet on their condition. No charges have been announced yet for the driver in the incident is still under investigation.

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Olivia Jade addresses college admissions scandal that landed parents in prison

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Olivia Jade addresses college admissions scandal that landed parents in prison

"The college cheating scandal. It really can't be excused. Like on paper. It's bad. Olivia J. G. Millie, daughter of Lori Laughlin and Masa McGee, a newly on Jada Pinkett Smith's Facebook show Red Table, talk her first ever interview about the college cheating scandal that sent both her parents to prison. Also, I understand why people are angry and understand what people say hurtful things, and I would do if I wasn't in my boat, she says. It took her a while to realize the privilege that she and her family enjoy. Wasn't something afforded to most people and pink. It's Miss Mom, Adrian Banfield. Norris made it clear she wasn't on board with doing the interview in the first place. It's bothersome to me on so many levels are being here is the epitome of white privilege to me. Jason Nathan's An ABC News Hollywood Neil Young

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Jewish family's painting looted by Nazis in 1933 is returned

America's Morning News

01:21 min | 2 years ago

Jewish family's painting looted by Nazis in 1933 is returned

"Two young 19th century skaters that was looted by Nazis from a Jewish family in 1933 and recently discovered in upstate New York at a museum. Has been returned after just 87 years. Just amazing and the painting winter by American artist that Gary Melchers was among more than 1000 pieces of art and artifacts seized from a prominent Jewish family in Berlin who became early targets. Of the Nazi Party 87 years ago. This painting in front of you Ain't no way to 19th century find culture. Free from Berlin. A small family a couple months after our 19 thirties. Masa family lost nearly everything because they were Jews. That day, did not lose hope. And neither did the Department of Justice. The FBI has a program dedicating to finding and returning stolen art and cultural property. And winter is one of the latest examples of the FBI success. We are delighted today to return winter to its rightful owners. Now. That painting returned Thursday to family heirs, and it is expected To go to auction. And from Britney

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Israel responds to explosive balloons with tank fire on Gaza

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Israel responds to explosive balloons with tank fire on Gaza

"Followed explosive balloons in Gaza. Israeli military says a struck militant targets in response to the lodges of explosive laden balloons out of must run territory. There were no immediate reports of casualties on either side. The violence comes as Gaza struggles with a worsening economic crisis and a new outbreak of Corona virus. Masa as it wants Israel to eases blockade and allow large scale development projects.

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Lori Loughlin Sentencing: Boston Judge Accepts 2-Month Plea Deal In College Admissions Scam

Mark Mason

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Lori Loughlin Sentencing: Boston Judge Accepts 2-Month Plea Deal In College Admissions Scam

"Actress Lori Laughlin appeared virtually this past hour at her sentencing in the college admissions case out of Boston Federal court a judge accepting the plea deal of her serving two months in prison earlier today, her husband, fashion designer Masum Oh, Julia, Julia, newly Sentenced to five months, both accused of paying money to have their daughters into US

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Lori Loughlin, Mossimo Giannulli Sentenced to Prison for College Admission Scandal

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Lori Loughlin, Mossimo Giannulli Sentenced to Prison for College Admission Scandal

"Actress Lori Laughlin appeared virtually this past hour at her sentencing in the college admissions case out of Boston Federal court a judge accepting the plea deal of her serving two months in prison earlier today, your husband, fashion designer Masum Oh, Julia, Julia, newly Sentenced to five months both accused of paying money to have their daughters into USC.

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Israel and the UAE: why now and whats next?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

06:05 min | 2 years ago

Israel and the UAE: why now and whats next?

"Is the greatest advancements toward peace between Israel and the Arab world in the last twenty, six years and it marks the third formal peace between Israel and an Arab nation. The diplomatic, Reproche Mon to nounce between Israel and the United Arab, Emirates last week is not in and of itself quite as big a deal as its orchestrators wished to claim the two countries have never been to war with each other the official hostility to Israel such as it was usually sounded pretty phoned in done for foresake when other Arab governments let fly with the fire-breathing choruses of condemnation in Israel's direction. The were generally very much in the back row of the quoi royal mumbling vaguely along hoping to be noticed. Israel and the US you have. Long. Dealt pretty, easily with each other Israeli ministers have made official visits to the Emirates. There are plentiful commercial ties between the countries Israel had already been invited to exhibit at Expo Twenty Twenty in by the intelligence services of Israel, and the have also long cooperated. The first official Israeli visited to the after the deal was announced was Yossi Cohen, director, of Masa Truly historic moment not since the Israel Jordan peace treaty was signed more than twenty years ago has so much. Progress has been made towards peace in the. Middle, East? By United Jew of America's closest and most capable partners in the region something which said could not be done. This deal is a significant step towards building a more peaceful secure and prosperous middle. East US President Donald Trump is claiming credit for brokering this agreement but suggestions by his proxies and flunkies that this is somehow worthy of the Nobel peace prize he frantically desires. somewhat optimistic granted that President Trump's predescessor barrack Obama was just given. One is a sort of housewarming present but an exchange of ambassadors between Israel and the U. A is just not a seismic recalibration comparable with the peace reached between Egypt and Israel in Nineteen, seventy, eight or Israel and Jordan in nineteen, ninety, four, I say to the people of Israel and Jordan. Now. You must make this peace real. To, turn no man's land into every man's home. To take down the barbed wire to remove the deadly minds. To help the. wounds. Of War to heal. However via the normalization of Israeli, Emirati relations may not be big deal. It may portend things which are indeed it's the fact that it isn't a big deal which may be the really big deal here. Israel's only two previous such agreements with countries as referenced above were with Egypt and Jordan neighbors against whom they fought wars. They were extraordinary responses to extraordinary circumstances. The agreement with the UI founds a diplomatic relationship which seems more or less remarkable than say, a diplomatic relationship between Denmark and Malaysia Will Senegal and Peru. It could have a domino effect. There are already suggestions that some other Arab, states including. Bahrain and Morocco a coming around to the U. I-IT's way of thinking where Israel is concerned and from there, what else might be possible Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has already spoken of hope that the direct flights which will shortly link Israel and the could be allowed to cross the skies above. Saudi Arabia. The prospect of an Israeli embassy in Riyadh might not seem exactly likely just yes. But nor does it seem any longer like a completely demented fantasy? I've Alanine Adam first of all. In our opinion this action is incorrect wrong one hundred percents. And it is a betrayal of the Palestinian. People and the will of Muslims and the will of quotes. Villas in autumn on Amazon one. Zero. Two significant shifts underpinning this realignment one is that in recent years Israel and the Arab states have discovered something they agree on Iran which regard as some combination of nuisance menace and existential threat. The other is that Israel and the Arab states have discovered something that they no longer disagree on at least old that much Palestine, which the rest of the Arab world seems less and less keen on pretending to care about a much ballyhooed component of the Israel you deal was Israel's promised to suspend its plans to annex the West. Bank. But it is difficult to believe Israel was ever entirely serious about that. Indeed it sounds in the light of the agreement exactly like the kind of mad idea you float. So you can make a big thing of agreeing not to do it as part of a subsequent diplomatic negotiation. News of the Israel. You a deal was very much not greeted by widespread dancing and celebrate tree hooting of car hoons in Gaza and Ramallah. There have been from Palestinian sources grim mutterings about betrayal by their fellow Arabs. Unfortunately, nowadays, most of the Arab is looking after their own interests at the expense of the Palestinian course. The wretched reality is that it's nothing. So sinister, it is simply that Palestine is increasingly regarded in Arab capitals as yesterday's cause and as a baffling boring headache one of the hardiest diplomatic truisms is Lord Pompton Quip that nations have no permanent friends no permanent enemies just permanent interests right now to the UAE and other Arab states which may follow. Israel seems a much more interesting ally than

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Coronavirus: The human cost of virus misinformation

BBC World Service

04:26 min | 2 years ago

Coronavirus: The human cost of virus misinformation

"We here at the BBC have been tracking the human cost of coronavirus misinformation this includes the souls awesome injuries and deaths as a result of room is false speculation bogus cures and fake posts online Mariana spring from BBC trending has some of the findings Brian lives in Florida in April he posted his thoughts on corona virus on Facebook he wasn't quite sure what current advice really was but because of things he read online he was convinced that the expats were lying I saw those may be is there you know are they still working on the five G. because I've heard rumors not from any news sources but people talking about old you know it could cause fax people getting sick over a five G. towers and being too close just one of the many conspiracy theories that have been circulating online during the pandemic Brian and his wife didn't keep away from other people or seek help when they fell with corona virus the couple ended up in hospital that's why he was when I speak to him by fighting he was getting better but still struggling to breathe his wife was in a much more serious condition one of until later in a nearby ward the battle that they've been having is with her longs there in flames and they've trying to get to the best medication that they can sign I was available to be able to help with that and her body just is just not responding Brian is no longer karenna vice conspiracy theorist and this case is just one of many examples of how dangerous misinformation can be the BBC's anti disinformation unit has investigated hundreds of misinformation cases and found dozens resulted in real human cost like the virus is spread all over the world misleading information about the drug hydroxy car Quinn has let the poisonings in the U. S. Vietnam and Nigeria online remiss led to multi tax in India those conspiracy theories that Brian mentioned about five G. mobile technology well fed masa possess a light in the UK and other countries perhaps the deadliest incident happened in Iran where health authorities say misleading messages about the preventive effects of drinking alcohol went viral on social media Cheyenne's Atari's all day is a disinformation expert with BBC monitoring we start seeing posts eighteen telegram which is one of the most popular messaging apps in Iran I'm also on Instagram that was means videos that was suggesting drinking alcohol can actually boost the immune system and disinfect the body and soul and someone from catching Corbett ninety the authorities say the room is because nearly eight hundred deaths is difficult to verify each case in a country where the media is heavily restricted experts say there's no reason for the Iranian authorities to downplay the deaths coronavirus present something of a nightmare situation for fact checkers like clam mailed from the British organization full facts we know that bad information can ruin lives and at the moment in the middle of such a huge part of that make such great potential for harm if people aren't getting the right information it's not just touchy Facebook group so what messages causing harm some of the most misleading information comes directly from world leaders and public figures and then I see the disinfectant we're not set up in a minute one and is there a way we can do something like that doctors and poison centers in the U. S. told us they've seen patients coming to die right Tom because of misinformation promoted by president trump and others Dr Duncan Marie treats crate of ours patients at Elmhurst hospital in New York City I do think that president trump's comments are a really tragic example where I think that the spread of misinformation actually influenced some of the messaging that comes from our public officials particularly if they have constituents who are vulnerable to that misinformation throughout the pandemic conspiracy groups have seen the number swelled on Facebook this is what some doctors respect T. fear the most Brian the current of ours patient in Florida has a message for the conspiracists we just can't be playing around anymore distancing Israel and yeah sure we'll listen from the beginning I agree I didn't do that and I'm sorry I don't know the people there won't forget me

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Should Coronavirus Face Masks Be a Fashion Statement

Monocle 24: The Globalist

04:58 min | 2 years ago

Should Coronavirus Face Masks Be a Fashion Statement

"We are going to wrap up before the end of the show with a reflection on the world of retail fashion. Joining us for that is more Nichols own fashion editor Jamie waters. Welcome back to the program. Johnny I'm enjoying early morning chats. Yes same highlighted by Monday. Thinks he's not being sarcastic. Listeners he really really means it. Let's talk about well. It's interesting sort of collision Jamie of the the pandemic into the world of fashion and this question about mosques and the becoming almost sort of fashion statements. How do you read? What's happening out there with this yet. There's this kind of interesting strange situation that's also has a sense of inevitability about where in a lot of places. I'm as masks becoming and trade that pot of people's everyday uniform now. Of course you're saying people starting to inject some sense of personality and style into what they're wearing so. I think in Asia. This has become very common correspondent. James Chambers is recent before about different colors can signify and that you know yellows with a lot of the cool kids wear and read and Etcetera Etcetera. And there's all kinds of different senses of style on now that we're seeing in a lot of us. Cds that mandatory by seeing that pickup and a lot of fashion Brown's astounding to so musk's and what they're doing is that we've done night some and so summoned to this this sort of offset being which makes it seem more sort of charitable. But then he saw the thing happened over the weekend my soul someone on social media basically from a luxury ecommerce site and it was a mosque by a big straightway brand because as an aside straight way brands have Masa they part of their collections for a long time they come in and out of fashion just as a fashion statement anyway and there was one of these mosques that was on the site and was going for. I think eight hundred dollars and then something about that just felt really odd and uncomfortable and the image was was circulated and reposted posted. And it's since been taken down the muscles being taken off that site but it does make me think about this idea of Opportunities and and how the kind of capitalist road works and that. Desi sense of course there will be demand for at some point that will be demand for luxury item luxury mass luxury protective items. And how that all fits into? I guess what we feel and how we think about the whole situation Jamie I guess. He's actually conner. Speaks to what we talked about last week. Which was the shift in aesthetics change maybe from consumers about how much they want to broadcast the brands that they're wearing or buying because clearly there's an unease about being seen to be you know profiteering from this awful situation and yet it's probably a good thing. If Russian companies and other manufacturers do divert resources to to make mouse. She does also. Is it part of that same? Shift away from this sort of shouting a branding. I mean that's that's kind of a lot of street wear has been built on the right exactly tied up with that we point. We're talking about last week. And people being really dizzy. Sense of not wanting to use State makes status have status symbols at the moment? I think mosques and other medical equipment but I mean particularly moss have these very kind of singular aspect to them where they are. They are just the ultimate hygiene that you know. They're a symbol of hygiene there a symbol of solidarity kind of all in all in this together. And when you wear one it's to protect yourself but it's also protect others added to that that they in short supply in a lot of places and that means that when they become expensive thing. That's the status symbol. It just doesn't see right against the all these other elements because they are ultimately decide. This symbol of protection dot is in short supply. A lot of places but I think we'll it does high into what you're saying about people now being really conscious of law goes anyway and a lot of straight where browns will self from that at the moment And these these issues that the Russian in the White House. Tush industry has where you know. How do you kind of float fashion? How do you sell products in a way? That doesn't feel tone-deaf at the moment But then you know we'll see these browns to make living in the need to Cape Shifting Product Cape workers employed and medical protective equipment. Mawson's I got a lot of brands have capability now. I've been donating a lot of of these kind of products. They can make them so if demand continues going into the future dot also seems just a sensible move. So there's a lot of tied up into these idea it's fascinating stuff Jamie always get your views. That's Monaco's fashion editor. Jamie waters joining us

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How AI Will Impact the Future of Digital Marketing | Ep.

Marketing School

05:17 min | 2 years ago

How AI Will Impact the Future of Digital Marketing | Ep.

"Welcome to another episode of Marketing School. I'm Eric Su and I'm meal and today we're going to talk about how I or artificial intelligence will impact the future of digital marketing. So let's preface this a little bit. A obviously is artificial intelligence. A lot of people are talking about machine learning. If you look at the biggest companies in the world right now you look at the googles the Amazons of the world the facebooks of the world all these companies. They're putting a ton of money into artificial intelligence because it is basically the future I think it is the final frontier of one of the most important. If not the most important invention humankind comes up with a WHO knows what's going to happen afterwards. You look at. We talked about Softbank Their Vision Fund. Masa son the founder of it. His whole thesis was to invest in companies that are centered around a now. I don't know if we work sitting around. Ai He claims it is but that remains to be seen right so if all these big companies all these smart people even the apples of the world are putting money into the question is. How's it going to impact the future of digital marketing? So Neil do you WANNA kick it off. Yes so I think about the world now. You're no longer Brosnan Internet and buying just off of your desktop computer laptop there's ipads now there's tablets there's mobile devices. There's voiced devices. Heck even rages are now starting to have smart technology built in same with Evans and stoves and all these types of things like toasters. You're gonNA start seeing integrated more and more right. Your car's already you're starting to have It's GonNa continue increasing over and over after time. And that's why Eric and I are really big in the Omni channel approach. But what you're gonNA start seeing when it comes to is. Your Fridge will do things I tell you that you're almost out of milk. And you get one brand but if you decide to switch other brand they'll send you a free sample arrive to your house in less than an hour through Amazon. And from there you'll be a happy camper new company would have got you as a customer in the leaving stats on data. Like seventy three percent of the people who switch enjoy drinking this brand and on top of that it is eighty three percent cheaper. You get what I mean like doing things like that. That's where you're going to start seeing artificial intelligence kick in. It's going to be all big data. How can computer it and give you recommendations based on what they know that you would like to simplify. I think some people tend to get scared when it's like artificial intelligence such a big word but at the end of the what's happening is you have computers basically looking at large data sets and they're analyzing it and they're they're giving you insights from it or maybe they're acting on insight sometimes so as an example. Ai Now where it can scan your body and and really detect you know if you might potentially have your risk for cancer and you know what kind in the future and there's also. This really reason actually new antibiotic that was developed from a and they were just looking over a hundred million data points right and they're just like at that point if it's so many data points human beings not really going to be able to get through that so you want to rely on a machine and the easiest way to look at. This is if you look at. This is a very simple way. You look a calculator you as a human being. Maybe you can do. Math decently well but a calculator forced to kind of do like a repetitive task. You know it's going to do it better than you. So that's basically what it is right. We've been seeing a lot of things get improved over time. That don't need that. Frankly use machines and they're better than human being so. How does this apply to digital marketing? What you WANNA look at ads. Smart bidding where a lot of people right in. There's a lot of paid media managers there. They're managing the bid on their own and in some cases are getting assistance from Google or facebook's kind of a and are saying hey maybe should be doing this. And then you know maybe you should be decreasing your bid cost here. You're losing too much money here. So there's a lot of insights that are going on what's going to happen in the future. I believe is that kind of authorization. Work is going to go for the machines and then the humans are going to be left to basically come up with more creative ideas and you know they don't have to do kind of the manual work around that the other thing you'll start seeing who is air will start leveraging database on what you like as well as your friends like to end up coming up with ideas on what you should see products and services because there's so much data that now. These companies have based off of Frederick described facebook. At how much data they know about you based on your friends so these are all things that you're going to start seeing integrated with marketing and a in the future. The real question is one. Is this all GonNa end up happening? I think Neil and we look at both of our. We have multiple products on the on the click flow side. At least you know. We're going to be leveraging. A lot of the data says that we haven't been able to tell people. Hey you should be writing this type of content should be adding these hypoc words. You don't want to do it for you. You should be reading this title tag dispatch description so I think a lot of marketing is going to be done for you by machines in the future because a lot of the people I mean they just need you know. They're they're short on resources that they need things done for you and I think you know you look at Ai. Leveraging data sets and saying hey. You should be doing this and we'll just do it for you. I think that's where you build leverage for the long term and that's why I think you know again. It sounds scary but AI. There's a lot of out of the box solutions. It doesn't mean it's not hard to do but it makes it a lot easier to execute on kind of what your vision might be so I recommend looking at Google's tensor flow and there's other solutions out there.

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Why Brandless Failed (Is This The End Of SoftBank?) | Ep.

Marketing School

04:41 min | 2 years ago

Why Brandless Failed (Is This The End Of SoftBank?) | Ep.

"To another episode of Marketing School. I'm Eric Su and I'm Neil Patel and today we are going to talk about why brand lists failed and if this is the end of Softbank so let me give you some context. Real quick brainless is a e commerce brown or was it e-commerce brand that raised about two hundred ninety two million dollars. According to Tech Crunch and a large chunk of that money came from Softbank I believe is about two hundred forty million dollars and some people say that you know maybe Softbank only gave up one hundred twenty million to them and then they decided to withhold other one twenty. Who knows what happened. But the key thing is they raised. A bunch of money and brand list is a website. I believe we talked about on this podcast before. But they would sell a bunch of brainless related things. Basically there wouldn't be a brown on it. So if you wanted to buy like green tea powder you can buy if you wanted by multivitamins you can buy. You WanNa buy cleanse kit. You can bite. It's like Amazon but very very cheap products you would pay. I think every product was nine dollars or so so actually heard about this from a couple of people that are raving about it but what ended up happening was she talks about softening for a second. Softbank is their vision. Fund is this one hundred billion dollar fund and they're trying to make it to invest in. You know moon shots and really trying to generate one trillion dollar return for their investors so they invest in Uber. They invested in companies like brand lists wag a lot of these different companies. We work you know there's a debacle. There they bought their IPO brainless. Actually shut down recently and just the economics weren't sustainable. So I mean that's the first thing right. You know you make something you know. People want low prices sure and it seemed like it was a good experience but at the end of the day the economics didn't work and I think that's one of the first things I'll continue on in a second but I want to give you the context there. Neil what are your thoughts yet? The other thing too is that you're seeing in the whole business world right now. People are spending too much for growth in their growing. All costs and people are now looking for profitability and sustainability with your marketing efforts. You can't just keep trying to grow. Grow grow just to have higher numbers higher valuations. If there's no light at the end of the tunnel shits does not gonNA work out. It's better to have slower growth and profitability than crazy fast growth. Yeah I mean you have to look at it from the perspective of investors to like Softbank if you look at them as a typical. Vc their incentives are to get you to push? They want to inject the capital. I and they want you to grow as quickly as possible now. This is why why they're kind of they're not doing well. I think they're trying to sell right now. They got investment from Softbank. Same thing with Bradley two. They were instructed to grow at all costs counted. The what Neal's talking about. But ideally when you're putting money into something you have a formula that's figured out brainless didn't have the unit economics out so if it's a third and you invest in third. It's still going to be a third at the end of the day right so you know what I would say is. There's actually a blog post out now. It's titled Debt is coming. I highly recommend that everyone reads it. Because you know giving an equity isn't the only way I think a lot of people are starting to move towards looking at data right you know you can do revenue base financing. There's a lot of companies out there that will you know they'll take like a percentage of your sales each month until you pay them back and then plus you know some interest but that's better than giving up equity if you have a formula that's figured out right if you don't have a former that's fit about maybe you give up some equity but in some cases like this is just like dude. You have no formula figured out you gave up a bunch of equity and look at where you are now which is shutdown. You'RE GONNA be screwed really quickly if you don't have the formula right and even if you do have the formula right but it's not proven that has been running long enough and you think it's right things can turn really quickly like slow and steady really does win the race. More long-term you may not be the biggest in the short run. That's okay but at least you'll be around five ten years from now you'll be crushing it yet. I highly recommend everyone read up. There's a ton of content right now on the Wall Street Journal About Softbank. And it's the story is fascinating. It just seems like you know I really respect. What Masa Son has done really aggressive? And he's accomplished a lot right. But you look at this this vision fund right now from the top of the person running. It seems like there's a lot of under scandals going on internally and then just these kind of big bets that they seem like they're not working out right now you look at we work look at wag look at brainless. There's another sort of the invested in Ohio a y and then God what else is going on. Uber SEEMS TO BE GETTING BETTER. Over was a big bet on their side too so getting. I think oil is doing pretty well from what I've read yet. You look at the regions that they've been in for a wild they're profitable it's in your regions like China's of the role that are not profitable in. But if you look at per territory. They're doing quite well and many of them

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