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Why It Takes About 2 Weeks for a COVID Vaccine To Be Effective
"So one thing about vaccines that i at least feel like isn't being super. Well publicized the need to wait for two weeks after your last shot before you can consider yourself fully vaccinated. This goes for any of the vaccines you may be getting. So if it's a single shot. Like johnson and johnson you're fully vaccinated two weeks after that single shot. And if it's two shots like madeira or pfizer your fully vaccinated two weeks after your second shots. That is the official word from the cdc here in the us and is supported by infectious disease. Experts blunt uae. Exactly mark cameron and immunologist at case western reserve university who is instrumental in containing sars in two thousand three explains it's like vaccines are giving our immune system to do list which then needs time to complete. What's on the list. Quoting mashal one. Our immune system will gradually recognize the spike protein produced by the vaccine as an intruder to in response to recognizing this foreign spike protein. The body's immune cells will cooperate to start producing protective proteins called antibodies to protect you against the virus. If you're infected these antibodies bind to the spike proteins of the virus. Making it difficult or impossible for the virus to bind and gain access to ourselves and went inside the virus wheeler machinery to mass multiply. It's ineffective parasites. It's around the two week. Mark that the immune system is producing. Antibodies levels that block infections said cameron and quotes
Bumble Goes Public & Bans Body-Shamers
"Past year between the presidential election social unrest caused by racism and discrimination. A lot of companies have had the chance to come forward and make their missions and values known. But there's one company that's been forthright about their stand on social issues from the beginning and it may surprise you but that's the dating app. Bumble unlike other dating apps bumble allows only female identifying users and heterosexual matches to make the first move or send the first message as it were the app which launched in two thousand fourteen seeks to empower women. Looking for love and make up of the company itself is full of women in power its founders female and seventy percent of its board members are women that's basically unheard of in the corporate world. Bumble hasn't been shy about taking a stand before in two thousand eighteen in the wake of the deadly school shooting in parkland florida the band users from sharing images of guns or other weapons at the time. Ceo and founder. Whitney wolf told time magazine quote we will always put our values above our bottom line unquote well. The company recently had a chance to once again. Put that promise into practice. In late january bumble told it's now forty two million monthly users that it was explicitly banning any form of body shaming on the app in a statement they defined body shaming as quote forcing. Your opinion of a good body onto others unquote. They said they would prohibit users from sending messages critiquing. Someone's body or sharing that a certain body type was unacceptable or undesirable in their user bios and they explicitly said language that could be deemed fat. Phobic ablest racist colorist. Homophobic transphobic had no place in their app and algorithm will flag such language bumble will give rule breakers a warning and repeat incidents can cause a user to be banned from the app entirely anyone who feels like they're the victim body shaming meanwhile. Ken report a user through the app. The move came just a few weeks before bumble went public which made ceo and founder heard the youngest female founder to take a us company public and the youngest self made female billionaire bumble sold fifty million shares in its initial offering reports. Cnbc heard is no stranger to dating apps she cofounded competitor tender and twenty twelve. She left tender two years later and soon after filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against the company the parties eventually reached a settlement tender has community guidelines that discourage users from harassing and mistreating other users and relies on its estimated fifty million users to report violations of these rules last year the company began using a new machine learning to the help flag offensive messages according to wired but it's diverged from bumble and other ways following fumbles move to ban images of guns attender spokesperson told mashal that quote. We're not banning guns. We don't have a blanket ban of guns unquote tenders owned by match group which also owns dating apps hinge match and okay Prior to going public bumble said it acknowledges its competition but that online dating is not a quote winner takes all market reported. Cnbc that's because the company said most people have an average of two different dating apps on their phones and with this move bumble is hoping that if you were tired of body shaming and other offensive comments that can play the online dating world. You'll make one of those apps bumbled
Online therapy is thriving now, but can it remain viable?
"If you've ever been in the market for a new therapist, you know the drill I ask your doctor or a trusted friend for some recommendations next search online to verify they take your health insurance. Then when you finally find someone hope that there is don't get wide with horror once you start talking about your childhood otherwise he gets weird and you have to start the process all over again. But like most things. These days a combination of technology and covid nineteen have disrupted mental healthcare. Only this time that disruption may have actually made things better now that in-person counseling is largely lockdown online therapy. APPS. With their simplified pipelines and virtual options are looking more appealing than ever in May popular option talk space told The Washington Post that it's volume was up sixty five percent since the beginning of the pandemic rival better help told Mashal the business has doubled during the shutdown and that more than ten thousand people per day sign up for it service. Deciding which services right for you depends on what you're looking for better help offers unlimited therapy sessions while talk spaces offerings while not unlimited include psychiatric help in addition to traditional talk therapy, the online therapy landscape has changed significantly from the beginning of the year in March. The federal government issued waivers allowing insurance programs like Medicare and Medicaid to cover telehealth services for a variety of treatments including for mental health care and many private insurers lined up to allow coverage to the combination of lower cost online therapy sessions, and. Expanded Insurance Coverage helped more people afford the help they needed during an anxious time but success is not without its obstacles. The companies that create these APPS aren't just altruistic healthcare providers. Their tech companies to that means they need to be able to scale their software for growth and they need to do it fast for that they need funding talk spaces raised one, hundred, ten, million dollars to fuel its growth better help was acquired by Telemedicine Tele Doc in twenty fifteen even so each company is facing some growing pains. First, there's the issue of the industry's uncertain future. The relaxed regulations in Medicare waivers that allowed this growth may not be long-term wants the pandemic has passed will the regulations remain in place maybe Maybe, not the other issue is finding enough therapists to keep up with demand. Each platform is actively recruiting mental health professionals through its website and employment advertising. But the hiring bar is high therapists must be licensed in their state and have at least three years of experience. They're paid as independent contractors by the platform verge reports and the competition is tough. There are dozens of online therapy. APPS now, competitor Ginger has raised one hundred, twenty million in its latest round of funding secured in August CIGNA ventures. In Kaiser, permanente ventures both participated giving the startup, some important insurance and healthcare provider muscle in the Mex- online therapy does make mental health care more affordable and accessible, but questions remain about how the highly regulated world of Healthcare Meshes with the grow grow world of technology companies. One thing is certain demand for mental health care is only growing between the pandemic, the recession social unrest in a slew of natural disasters. Now, there's plenty of anxiety around.
Apple pulls out of South by Southwest festival amid coronavirus outbreak
"Doesn't do a lot of big events these days so there hasn't been a lot for apple to bail on during the corona virus outbreak. Say Hello to south by South West or actually say goodbye to it. Variety says plus has pulled out of the South by southwest film festival that means no festival premiere for the Spike Jones documentary. Beastie boys story. The company had also planned to hold a conversation about the series little America with show creators. Kumail Nanjiani and Emily Gordon. That's not happening. Neither are the first looks at the Animated Series Central Park and the Docu series home and the political coming of age documentary film. Boys State will also Miss. Its first big audience as Napa Property Amazon Studios facebook twitter. Tick Tock Mashal Intel all our companies. That just like apple have decided to give south by South West. Amiss and yet organizers say the festival will happen as scheduled as of now. Variety has show organizers saying that the annual music technology and Entertainment Festival in Austin Texas is still on the thirteenth through the twenty second of March
"mashal" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes
"Wrote Gabby Bernstein is a dear friend so number one New York Times bestselling author of six books and International Speaker and Spirit Junkie suit lower yell philosophy and the Huffington Post and many others gabby appears regularly as an expert on the Dr Oz show and Mashal Gabby in its list of eleven must follow twitter accounts for inspiration and her latest book will blow you away diving in and loving it it's called super attractor tractors out right now and in this episode about why people feel they need to constantly defend themselves man I have been there in my past especially when you feel unjustly attacked right we want to defend ourselves gabby personal struggle with postpartum depression and how it's drawn her to working with new mothers the power of having gratitude for life challenges the differences between having spiritual guides and intuition the big lesson she learned from Motherhood and her important advice for young women this one is powerful and Gabby opens up about some very very personal intimate things in this episode so please be aware and share her some love when you listen to you hear what she's talking about feel free to spread the message other women who you think might be going through similar challenges listen to this episode as well you can just send them direct link on Apple podcast.
"mashal" Discussed on KOMO
"A trip to the nearby rescue mission. No luck turns up nothing in there. So as day turns tonight, this father waits hoping his love is enough to bring his son home. What are you going to say to them if you will after? A big hug just sit down talk with him and see what is really wanna to do with her life into coma. Gabe Cohen komonews. Missing hikers been found dead near eaten Ville, but without that man's loyal dog in the search crews say they may have never found his body. There's all happened Thursday in this state park, deputies found the missing men's vehicle parked along Mashal prairie road couple of hours into their search. They heard a dog barking and found daisy with her owners body on a very steep embankment above the Mashal river deputy say it appears the man died in the fall daisy is now back with her family. Firefighters say there's nothing left of a two story. Home longtime waters black lake after a fire broke out yesterday. See the smoke drifting for miles firefighters say by the time they arrived too late to save the house emergency team said house was vacant time. They're looking into the cause of that fire. Komo news time eleven thirty four. Let's get a check AAA traffic. Here's John Nelson. Still no collisions or stalls block. Anyway, we do some slow going both directions. I five through Tacoma between highways sixteen and five area. Heavy traffic Orel five Renton through Newcastle. I five northbound still struggling from the. The west Seattle bridge past Lake City way again through the Everett area as well. And we still have some trees down across the roadway. This is the ramp from north west boulevard to southbound I five as in the Bellingham area crews on scene trying to get things cleaned up. There are next KOMO traffic at eleven forty four. Got the weather slight chance of showers today under mostly cloudy skies. Even if it breezy out there at times during the day today, we're gonna find our temperatures topping out.
"mashal" Discussed on CincyBrewcast
"So hard to find them. Good and crashes party source used always get it fresh, but they were tough. They never kept it in stock sell out as soon as they got it. I can guarantee it's on the shelf at party source right now, he guarantees Michelle for jungle gyms, but I. It's hit or miss. No. And it's also their distributor to it's not even that this problem comes from because it is coming over from Germany, and whatever it's it's apparently as a regional as it can get and it's based on an old Berliner recipe. Now, the Berliner was brewed just outside of Berlin out of Burri that the story goes they accidentally let their warts our overnight. So they actually do Sal ward, which is term it. It's a it's a form of cattle souring if we want to get here we go again do it title for. All right. So let's scientists folks let last week show. We talked a little bit about that next. No. It was definitely last week's that time traveling again with artifacts. He talked about. There was a lot of discussion about kettle souring. So kettles our? Okay. So. Wearing is kind of like that'll souring tip. You let your mash go bad the problem with that is is that it can put out like this. We'll call it a distinctive odor. It's mel's like garbage. If you don't hit it quick enough. And if you so your goal is to keep the temperature of that may which the Mashal hold a temperature a lot better than the ward will right. So we're talking about it just to kind of explain the difference for those of you have no idea what the hell on talking about your may. I is a combination of water and wrist, which is just your grains cracked open that sits at a certain temperature and unlocks enzymes so what they do is they run it up to the temperature which is sacrifice rest, which is your primary temperature read you talk about sacra sacra wrestling yourself. And then then they just let a cool down by itself and natural. I hear people call bugs, I hear people call it critters. It's it's lactobacillus going to build up on it. A lot of them. Just pitch regular fresh hills ner molt and not will have it on there. So it won't be cracked at all it just grows naturally on the malted self though, destroyed in there in that oh help that growth happened. So a couple of days later, the story goes is that they had a problem or something? I I don't know. But they let to they let them sit. And then they were like, well, what are we gonna do? We're gonna try to run it anyways. And they ran at anyways boiled it and it turned out to be fantastic. It's second really light beer that's soured slightly in a lot of people. Call it like the gateway to sours which I don't like like because. Floyds for Leonard. I mean, that's that's a punch in the face. But to me, it's it's not a sour. In in my head. And there are people argue with you about this. But it's not supposed to be sour beard supposed to have like a little bit of a tar more tartan. But like. I would say your gateway. Sour beers are the ones that are heavily fruited. That are all. Mid western fruit tart. Yeah. I tend to agree with what with what you're saying. Terms of that fight. But it is because they are technically sour survey here. Even even even Finn from fat. Yes is is sour. Yes. Where ours is more of like, it's tradition. Yes. Also per linear pale and ours is a true Berliner vice which means it's week. That's all you're talking about. I mean buys the little their literal. Translation, translation, white, right? But it Says we. we light beer with a little bit of I call it a tartness. Nailed it. The first time I feel like I feel like we shifted gears like in the craft beer world, though. I feel like if you say tar people get something in their head. That isn't really what this fear is. It is limited. That's yeah. I mean, it's kind of that same level of tartness. Not even. Yeah. Salver lemonades, but like more like the sweeter side thing. So what I did is. I looked at that recipe. I don't have their recipe by any means. But I said,.
"mashal" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka
"I think when when we were having our original conversations, and it was a tech and digital oriented publisher. It was a profitable business. It was a great business. I think once they raised capital it changed their ambition. And so they went beyond that focus on Dettori. But more importantly, they went into a studio business, and they went into a business. Call velocity which was a software business, and I think was studio business meaning video content. We're going to make stuff, yes. For social platforms for the check books that have been out by content unit flexible by show from us. Correct. And so look I think what ended up happening. It went from a money making business to a money losing business and then over time all of those losses eight into the venture cash. Was on the balance sheet, and they're not a money. And so we look at it and say, okay, but wait a minute. If you go back in time, and if you reverse those decisions, it was a good nice core profitable business, and in inside of our portfolio. That's fantastic. So we're looking at a manageable. You say all right. It's a business with over many page views. Are you interested in the entirety of the business? Do you all we care about is specific part of that business because that's what we can attach affiliate adds to. Well, I think we in that case before you even got into adding affiliate revenue to it. Was there a profitable core? And the answer is. Yes, I mean, the the pro there was a profitable business that was inside of an unprofitable company. And so if you can reverse the decisions that made unprofitable and get back to the profitable core, your ready in a good place. And so that's what we did. Now, you layer in a new revenue stream in this case affiliate commerce, and you're in a great position so fast forward a year. Now, I think when we. We acquired Mashal their annual losses were an excess of sixteen million dollars a year. They are now a solidly profitable, you know, prime mid single digit millions business for us. It is I'm assuming you had to shrink that staff in order to get to that. Well, I mean, you'd had you've had to you know, you look for when you when I talk about reversing decisions he do that one or two ways you can try to sell pieces of the business off that you don't feel our core in this instance, they weren't really saleable assets. Or you make the decision that they're difficult decisions. But they're the right business decisions to narrow the workforce to focus on the core business. And so, yeah, you're almost shrinking to grow the business. But the alternative is a situation like Mike with business goes away entirely. Which would be a shame a brand like Mashburn. Well, should not have gone away. And thankfully, it did not go. Did you guys look at Mike? We didn't know. So why why look at a measurable, but not a Mike from very? Very very ten thousand foot perspective, they seem like similar their publishing on the internet. They're targeting younger people something different since right? One is mashed bullet established a profitable business. Right. So in its history as I said in profitable in the past it was and then decided to expand with venture money into areas that made it unprofitable, and you can reverse that. Yes. So that's a key difference. The second is if you going to participate in affiliate commerce, you need a brand that has some thority over helping inform some buying decisions Mashal has that. So when Nashville talks about the best VPN or the best headphones of the best, laptops, you'll pay attention. See you need a brand that can be attached to that kind of content. If you're going to be in the affiliate commerce business. So thirty in thing that also has affiliate commerce attached service journalism what we call service journalism when we were. I want to know what kind of headphones to buy Google when you get a list of ten results. One might be wire-cutters one mash Mashabela one might be the verge. Correct. You can make money by attaching adds to those recommendations, correct? So you you also looked famously made a bid for Gawker media when they were in bankruptcy, the stalking horse. You're the stalking. It didn't end up picking it up went to Univision. Correct..
Apple, Tim Cook And Steve Jobs discussed on Armstrong and Getty
"Apple is peeved Tim cook who was in the. I almost unenviable how about impossible position of succeeding. Steve jobs. Right running apple. You know, taking over the Princeton math department from Einstein you're thinking, oh, great. Oh, great. You're out as good as Einstein. Yeah. Exactly. I made it a little critical of anyway, let's is all water under the bridge. But anyway, Tim cook is man. He's mountain is is horse and grabbing his Lance in in fighting a war for your privacy. And he's doing it through two largest stint. The apple app store, and here's a piece for Mashal dot com. About how some popular apps like hotels dot com. Don't I use that all the time and Expedia have been using technology from something called glass box to record absolutely everything you do while using the app without telling you that. And that's not part of the agreement. Well. It is. That's not an excuse to me. Because that's we all know. We don't read the agreements. We couldn't read the agreements. It's unrealistic following tech. Crunches report that certain Iowa's apps are using technology from a company called glass box to record everything you user does within the app apple has started telling app developers. The either need to disclose this to users or face getting banned from the app store. I think it needs to be. So I've told the story this emoji app that I was pug emojis, the dog the puck and get because we have a pug, and I thought my facial expressions are pugs making those expressions. Yeah, it's a pug emoji. How many are there? I don't know. I didn't I didn't get I didn't get to use it. Because when I downloaded then this is the first time I've ever had this happened only ask because I've only seen like one expression from the whole thing, they have one expression. My son said he's got to expressions tired and hungry, and they're the same expression. Which? My oldest o. He gets my highest grade. That's twice today. Have given out my highest rents one of the weird things about. Completely expressionless flat. It's weird. Anyway, the sound they make Sean. Pretty accurate. But so I went to download this pug emoji app is the first time I ever got a warning that's the actual pug, and we recorded at home on your pug gets my highest grade. I'm telling you these grades are getting grade inflation. So I didn't have to read through the agreement it popped up on a screen just like two sentences in a little box. If you. Agree. Every keystroke that you've ever made on this phone will be recognized by the emoji app. I'm sorry. Did you say every keystroke every keystroke not from here on even which would be awful you've ever made on your phone now, I didn't even know that was stored in your phone. Hello. Can I set fire to it? And smashed it with a hammer. The fact that that exists is troubling. But so I'm getting this stupid silly cost two dollars app. So I can have pub face emojis. And I'm going to turn over every keystroke, which is every password every personal this, and that I mean, every Bank account everything over to whoever this company isn't whoever they sell that information to nobody would agree to that rhino, buddy. But the the key. Well, that's amazing. But you got that simple declarative. So did apple force that must've been I I believe that is a new thing that apple is doing where they are kind of putting in phone alerts. Hey, this is I know you click that you, but here's kind of the the language that's in it. And that's a good point. I had already clicked the agreement. Yeah. And then it said, are you sure? And gave me that. And I wondered at the time how many the apps I already haven't agreed to also have every keystroke I've ever made. I just didn't read that far in the ninety pages of of legal ease. There's no way that should be allowed. I'm sorry. I'm wracking my memory for all the things I've typed in my phone, well every password according to tech crunch apple is telling developers via Email that apps. Quote, must expect explicit user consent and provide a clear visual indication when recording logging or otherwise making a record of user activity. I think that's what it would do well in. That's really interesting to me. It must provide a clear visual indication when recording or logging your your activities. So it would pop up hotels dot com is currently recording all of your key strokes. Now, the only things that do on hotel dot com is give you a rough idea of where I might be travelling in the near future which like credit card purchasing. Absolutely. So, but you know, they need that because I'm booking hotel rooms. But let's key strokes would be record. How are they using? App developer with the company that is using the app. Oh nice. So so hotels Allison needs second highest grade. Okay. So wow. So hotels dot com did not make their own app to to make these transactions. They there was another company that say boys right base perhaps out of Moscow. Yeah, they create these things that they get all the say, hey, this is this is a widget that your big company can use to get digital because digital kicking your ass. So here use our widget. And then that widget is the thing that's doing the shady stuff not necessarily the company that's buying the widget.
"mashal" Discussed on World News Analysis
"Let's say miss the Shelvin buckle. Otherwise, all included the other two today the nationals being arrested and they best the gated. They will be dealt with properly. There is no link according to the government philosophic philosophically speak in the whole universe. Everything is related. Okay. And Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau accused Beijing of arbitrarily applying the death sentence against Schellenberg and saying that all countries around the world should be concerned about Beijing's behavior was response to those statements. I think the truth is very simple anyone in China arrested with your heat is cry of drug the the drug trafficking. Either travel Mashal all foreign nationals. I the Americans or British oil a Japanese all Canadian we'll be dealt with according to the harshest of the highest level of illegals, including death penalty. I think the government needs to make this point very clear to probably Trudeau don't best up with the child is law about drug dealing and drug trafficking. Otherwise, that's be waiting for the criminal. Well, just to make it clear. China has. Advocated other foreign nationals before and some of them are from countries with good relations with Beijing. Is that correct? Yes, I understand. There is a there was a British national most likely if I'm wrong of Pakistani, and he will send us to execute despite of feather that they're probably just Britain appealed to the these of our day for leaning China talk to the gun and have the criminal Julie convicted and centers be next kid. There was another case Japanese, though was also arrested and tried for drunks have. And he his case was also says to them and execute so other than true miracle, for example. And I do believe in. Their close, especially member. Go be put to death will be go process. It's regret. I personally do not agree with that. But it may most likely have it. Okay. Thank you appeal for census. Let's appeal for the Canadians to do the right thing. Yes. Thank you to our current affairs commentator come. Yup. Jonah doubles foreign investment coda in further. Opening. You're listening today. I'm joing we'll be back in a minute. Sharona? Plus dot cri dot CNN is your home for everything.
"mashal" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"An Eugene Springfield me emerald empire. The house has a plan. Mashal parks of a problem. I'm Christopher cruise house. Democrats have released plan to fund the federal government and get hundreds of thousands of federal workers back on the job to no one surprise. The plan includes money for border security, but nothing for a border wall. Capitol hill. Correspondent Phil Mattingly. There are seven appropriations bills that have not been passed will package. Six of the bipartisan Senate bills and send those over to the Senate. They will do the seventh the homeland security Bill, which that's the most contentious could include wall funding and a short term basis through February eighth. Send that over to the Senate as well. But it's worth noting. This is not the end of the story. Senate Republicans, including Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell have made very clear and less the president signs off on something. They are not willing to move forward on it. The president told Fox News he is ready willing and able to negotiate an end to the shutdown wall is the only way to do it and technology. Nobody knows more about technology than me. But technology are just the bells and whistles on the wall. If you don't have the wall, you can have people coming in the shutdown is taking a toll on some of the country's national parks, some areas of which are left open to visitors, but without adequate staffing, some trash is piling up. A rainy night in Times Square where thousands of people had to pass through metal detectors in order to watch the ball drop to signal the arrival of twenty nine thousand nine hundred came from across the US and around the globe most plan for this. Well in advance, but Julia Hannah, and Mary ROY decided to leave Cleveland just the day before she tax me and said, we're gonna go to New York for New Year's Eve. And I said, let's go and we left. Within like, forty five minutes is crazy. But it's worth it. Are you disappointed that it's raining? Neither it makes it kind of fun experience as people bid farewell to twenty eighteen and welcomed the new year. There are thoughts are turning toward the future. I want my old family and friends to be healthy and happy. I hope we all start to realize at some point that we're more alike than we're different. Steve.
US/UK audio drama podcast research published
"The BBC have published research undertaken about audio drama podcasts in the US and UK by consultant Ella watts. The thirty six page report includes a detailed list of the top ten audio podcast dramas. The CBC have published a set of trends surprises and must here's from two thousand eighteen from thirteen podcast experts, including editor pets. Rhody have launched their new pod. Mike a broadcast grade dynamic microphone designed for podcast applications with an exit connection on the back in India. The Indian Express posts the story highlighting Indian podcasters in the west. It says podcasts came as a substitute for talk radio. But in India, we're trying to build a new industry altogether. And that's will take some time. Meanwhile, live meant reports that audio books may do better than podcasting in India. That's according to regime Tahil who's co founder of one by two media. He says there could be an inherent demand for a book. But may or may not be for a podcast his company runs. The Indian podcast brand audio Matic vox, nests speaker and megaphone have confirmed that they are all also working on ABC certification. The Los Angeles Times is looking for an executive producer podcasts and audio the ad says this is a chance to get in on the ground floor of. Hundred and thirty seven year old startup. And the fifteen seconds. Skip button is podcasts best invention ever claims Mashal. The revolutionary ability to jump forward and backward in short, intervals says the article featured prominently in every podcast app. I've used has a single profound effect making your listening virtually ad free.
"mashal" Discussed on Three Wide No Cover
"Hello. Wide Nikon from your host make wall on back in the chair this way couldn't be happy to be back. But gentlemen, I did enjoy him awake off and on loved watching you guys. Join launch taping. When his for fun as usual how we can our. But you're on these good is you lost one. So we're going to hopefully, get some more for the pun as this week. That's the I saw Mashal hayfield looking a million bucks on you've been in the sun to absolutely vain jumping off the pillars at man Elisa, very good fan and for the last show. Yeah. A few Lizzy as of bitter heart and they're going to sell. Not all too as you can imagine. I love show for the and I can't help. But notice that you've you've signed the best to allow she bought the rubab velvety blue. Flu Mellon Josie. But we're don't have enough time. You said it's they are show the year. And look we've we've had a great year Josie peaking Melvin Cobb. I s the peaking the Caufield Cup win out. Peaking the Cox pipe winner. That's right. But it's been it's been a great you've had to go to fund goes with the biggest rise tie way have to take the bad cop. The sports bit beverage coverage starts huge before we go into the mock Josie the track report, we all focused here. We are. We're just going to focus down at Bella rats at three minutes and the six hundred to the winning post. But true, the reminder tricky to really decide what's going to happen because we just unsure of the weather at the moment we good four but expecting maybe five to ten Mils Thursday. Then backs off I'm expecting probably only five maybe soft seeks. But I don't think we're going to get any Witter than that bought. We are standing Bella ratty is my hometown. You just never know. It is beautiful place in the world. I don't worry about that gets a bad rap. Sometimes I think you need to be on spayed on Saturday. I think you need to be on spayed when it does get just a little bit of giving the track. I think it's best to be on pace Bella rat. So I'm expecting. Those horses on spate. Tom righty pets, patriotic, Dave from the rat high might any wind lashed, you remember turned sale within the mock Kayla here the bellred team, obviously, we sponsor Bella rat. And it was Rockin. Thank you move on the dean's school. But it. Absolutely. We will have the the goddess in our she because otherwise it would have been if we had previous Mark as we walk a little bit of Dorothy in. There's a little bit of wind. There is a little bit of we started on you'll have too much for any impact done. He's gonna get up to the Columba's another little impact the horses too much. All the by the rice is Iran are very good the market show, gentlemen. I saw lucky for all the first of seven weary runners frito eighty five hundred and second emergency at the moment. So it's going to be interesting to say what happens he lawfulness Holden rate for fifty with another caldy lava covered seven fifty one motori and coord- does fifty and the money pit of Maun Lord fandango at ten dollars Josie..
"mashal" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Now talked about in many places, including Mashal. A New York Times report published Wednesday talks about how Facebook handled and mishandled the last two years. Talks about pettiness tells the public relation coups it was about how Facebook tried to remain in the good graces of politicians at the expense of transparency. They wanted to appease they wanted to avoid confrontation with Republicans rather than take aggressive action to combat Russian and Trumpian and propaganda as they call it. Right. So there's there's there's a lot of conversation about what Russia was actively doing. And by the way, there should be conversation about how little the Obama administration did 'cause they knew things and didn't do anything that should be addressed. Because we're talking about the integrity of the electoral system, and that should not be a partisan issue. If we can't agree on one man one vote, and if we can't agree on on on the basic concept that we shouldn't allow others to be engaged in our system will then walked in the world. Can we agree on? Then again, we've got we've got the state of Georgia where we have a loser named Stacey Abrams who thinks there should be another election. So she can win this time. The election wasn't fair. Okay. I guess it's not fair when you lose. You know, I guess I guess that's just it. I guess the dodgers are going to want to replay the World Series now against the Red Sox because it wasn't fair. You see what wasn't fair was that? Other teams scored all them runs. You see the problem thought I thought that you.
"mashal" Discussed on This Week in Travel
"And you don't have your on rooms to go away to do your own thing. Like you can in a home. And so, you know, the Ave is it's it's market say it's an amplifier where whatever's going relationship is gonna be amplified. So if you have a really great relation. Ship, and you're really close it can make did you can create a lot move shared experiences through travel, traveling is such an amazing way to be able to connect with people that you love and to be able to shave as experiences and create memories than take autos and videos and take sale fees. But, but if your relationship is challenged in any way, it's really going to shine the light on that. And I think what we try to do in the book, but what we do to in the book is really prepare people to at least expect that don't be concerned. If it happens just to help encourage communication around it and some tips and strategies on how to navigate that. Because it's a big change, and it can bring up a lot of fees in people. And so at least knowing that you might have emotional reaction to it helps pay for when it actually happens realize that you're not alone. It's it's really calling. Where do you end up spending a lot of your time? Are you going to national parks? Are you just hanging out in cities parking worth? And that's actually something could address because a lot of people when they hit the V lifestyle. They think all I'm just gonna live my whole life in national parks in state parks. And so they make choices about their RV based on that thought. But it's actually it's harder to get into those parks than they think in. So you end up spending time in other places, but. Management or okay. We do spend some time in Beal or bureau of land management lands is actually a lot of free public land out prizes people especially in the west not so much on the east bit. The west is pretty plentiful. And we've been doing a lot of that as well. I've always been really nervous about that. How do you know, what is legal, and what's not legal? Can you literally just pull on the side of the road anywhere? Not at how you find legal places. Did there are some apps for that? There is a lot of resources that we've made in the book is well lanes app sane websites. There evokes that really you want to be looking for places that are like Mashal florist as as you mentioning Belan, the bureau of land management, and they generally loud you to stay for fourteen days at a time. So it's not like you can just hang at the forever. And that's your new address. It'd be a little more primitive to is the disadvantage, you're talking about places where you have to have the electricity from battery, and you have to have your built in, you know, your septic system as you'll have in there that you could dump out periodically your own water tank and things like that. Absolutely. What I'm what chapter are, these do you? Remember what chapter these resources are in. Let me you know, we just got vase. Okay. I can also come into the bit. You know lot of the time. Most any RV is set up to have at least some ability to champ when you're not hooked up like you said to facilities, but a lot of people who do the RV lifestyle of especially people do extended travel do like to spend the significant amount of time in campgrounds or in places where they do have hookups in when you're in a place that has cups. It's v functions pretty much just like a regular house. You know, you have free flowing water, and you have unlimited pout. And so it's not every with you. Not everyone wants to be out in the middle of nowhere. I mean, it's wonderful. And we do a mix of both. We do a significant amount of time in campgrounds all around the country all following the weather, and we also have times like on the cover of the book where we're out in the middle of the open land near Sedona with million dollar of us that we didn't have to pay a dime floor. I was amazing. And that's in chapter nine by the way, Janney a travel trip planning section so as resources sweet, thank you. I also wanted to add I don't know if there's argue listeners out there..
"mashal" Discussed on Mixergy
"I had in the beginning and what I did was I would go to bigger sites and say to them. If I get this person to do an interview with me and pull out the seven point. So the seven steps to do whatever will you let me publish it on your site and they say, well, we don't know you, but yes, if you could get whoever it is that I was after, they'd say, absolutely we'll do it. And so I think that's a really beneficial way of doing things to say to a bigger property. I'm going to do an interview with this with this guest for you, and then also put the interview on your site. You're not interviewing the owner of that log or publication you're, you're interviewing somebody else in capitalizing on that. Yeah, it'll be more concrete I couldn't get. I didn't think I could get golden. So I went to mash -able and I said, hey, I get Seth Godin to talk about all the different ways you can do well, even though the economy's bad would you would you be okay with that? And they said south Godin, he can talk about anything. Absolutely go for it. Then I went to south goat and I said, Tim, Seth, can I interview you about the seven ways that people can do well in a bad economy. I'll publish those that answer on mash -able since we're recording it. I'll also publish the recording in my podcast and he said, yeah, absolutely. And so we recorded it and it gave me some guidance for what to talk about and what to pull out. And then it gave me some guidance for how to turn that into a blog post for Mashal. And then it gave me a recording that I was able to put on on my site. That's genius. I love that. I think we all know we need to when we're asking for something provide value in some way, and I think a lot of beginners. Don't feel like they have value to give what I love that too. Marrying of this two pieces together to create value for both sides actually become a connector, which is fantastic. What are some of the most memorable interviews that you've had and why? You know what, I'll tell you about one that's going to be published soon. It's. With a guy named Barry stamos and the reason that that one means so much to me is because I was getting back into what I cared about. And so I interviewed him about how he started this company where he had no money. But he said, what I'm gonna do is people don't know how to write good Email. They don't know how to write persuasive copy. Especially bigger companies have big budgets, but they don't know how to do well. I'm gonna write a few blog posts about how to do well, and then I'm going to offer my services to any big company to create their content. And then he ended up creating content for some of the biggest companies out there and selling it for how many millions. But I remember in the interview is specifically said, did you personally get millions of dollars from the sale of this business? And he said, yes, I did, and there was also an out and the reason that that matters to me is not so much that part. But later what he did was he created a company called one heart where it's all about how entrepeneurship tap into their motion and tap into..
"mashal" Discussed on Rocket
"Simone. You're going to win like you will tell real total eight. We'll definitely wouldn't mind wins every. I want to say like, you know, I don't wanna just rehash last week and everything that came out. I mean, now that the reviews have come out. We do know what thing or two, we know that the camera in this phone, the verge review really went into this detail, the fine detail with this camera even though is it is improved. It's not as good as some of the really top shelf, Android phones, particularly with fine detail. And as far as the neural engine inside of it, I get. I so want this technology to take off and I want it to do well, but let's be really honest. This is not technology that's going to be information in a way that can really change things for you and how you use your phone for a few more months. Right, right. If not halfway through this year, so I've no doubt it's going to be great and it's gonna be a fantastic feature in the phone. I'm just going to hold off on it for the ten one or whatever they call. Yeah, yeah. I know I don't blame you on that. I will say. I, you know, looking at the photos, photos are subjective. Some people on the one of the creative directors of the verge like he tweet tweeted a shot showing like this was how the pixel two took this photo, and this is how the iphone took this photo and and a lot of people would look at the pixel two photo and say that, oh, that's the better photo I was kind of in the camp. It was like that seems a little more over exposed and it looks better, but I kind of actually preferred the way the iphone took the photo and I would much prefer if I wanted to get out of there, look to be able to have that opportunity to do it in post rather than having the software just make that decision for me that I do feel like Google is better, at least from what we've seen so far. Google is better at that at the software photo stuff. I think that they've, they've had more time out of it. And frankly, I think Google's better at a I in general, I just do. Part of it is the variance in approaches. You know, one being privacy Centric one not and, and that's that's a big, you know defense. But they've also been using this a lot more. So I feel like the photo thing is probably kind of subjective. I feel like it is some of the stuff I was seeing some of the iphone posts. My friend, Ray Wong Mashal did a his photo tests. I trust because I know him as talker for what he does, and I was impressed with it, but I, I'm with you, but I think you know, what's interesting is that it used to always just be about like it was kind of a given that apple was would always use the best hardware which biologists purposes they do. And according to John groupers review, the the sensor is a twenty five percent bigger, which is significant, and it's a slightly wider lens as well. But. It's no longer just kind of a given that Apple's going to have like the best optics because so much of this at this point is now coming down to your processing and and was happening from a software perspective. And Google is really, really good at that. So you know, for the best camera, that's always a toss up now..
"mashal" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"We. Need border security we, need border security making those comments during a campaign rally for Republican candidates last night in Pennsylvania top Trump administration officials are warning. That Russia is, still working behind. The scenes to meddle in US election director. Of, national intelligence Dan code says there's no question Russia. Is trying to hack the US elections again we acknowledge, the threat is real Mashal security adviser John Bolton says that despite questioning the Russian hacking The president has taken decisive action. To defend our election systems the government not offering details but saying it is working to protect each state's election Andy Field. ABC news Washington the future of sports betting in. Colorado could be left up to the state, legislature state attorney general, Cynthia Coffman issued her formal opinion on the issue she says the practice isn't subject to state constitutional restrictions but it is. Prohibited under Colorado's criminal code coffin believes that means, it's necessary for lawmakers, to assess any changes. A recent US supreme court decision struck down a federal law which prohibited states from authorizing, sports betting Chad Hoffman KOA NewsRadio if you, haven't heard are expanded. Nine o'clock hour yet, be sure to tune in today this morning we welcome. Thornton mayor Heidi Williams, to Colorado's morning news it's all part of our KOA hometown series she served in the post of mayor since two thousand twelve. Leading the way, on improving Thornton's. Economy by bringing in new business to create. Jobs, we're gonna sit down and have a conversation with. The mayor mayor Williams at nine ten here on On KOA NewsRadio is just about six oh seven at. His Colorado's morning news, the, Friday edition here.
"mashal" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Just kinda messed around i'm not proud of it but it was just just something to do excuse me pretty girl asked me if i was going to go out for the play that night i'll dishes for i said no she berated bake i went out for the play and i got it and the first thing i did i was a bad thing way too and cabaret but there was an acting teacher by the name of robert buckets well and he was a great teacher i just started and i liked it and like anything i started getting you know people saying nice things and doing the plays that decided to stay with iran was gonna say within a few years of graduating you moved to new york and you got your first screen role in nbc daytime soap which i think was another world right yeah yeah i got that six months out of college that's pretty good actually yeah yeah and that's joey parini kind of a nice guy role and then you moved to you were there for while you did that show for a few years you move to la major weight quickly to the big screen what made you say you know what i don't i like television okay it's done well for me it's my first thing out of the box what made you say i want to get into the movies because at that time in the seventies when i was in college they make great movies that and i'm just really liked just thought of making a movie so i quit the soap and moved to la and nothing happened to like five years then i got my first movie something wild when i was when i was thirty and it was a great first movie and then things started happening from that it was jonathan demme jeff jeff daniels melanie griffith i golden globe domination as well you were kind of a crazy guy in this thing but you know for this being your first big movie and getting a golden globe nomination that must've told you hey you know i'm getting into the right business here i said you know i'm gonna go after this once i set my mind to it i just i'm extremely competitive and i will i was often wanting a knows nothing that was going to stop me at least in my mind sure so even when when i moved to la for the five years nothing really happened a couple of sales series some guests shots but i i started studying this guy harry mashal george was just a great acting teacher and i just like a little luck is when preparation meets opportunity so i kept preparing myself and then finally the opportunity presented it talks then came field of dreams.
"mashal" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Music has come out of out of hills and mountains and people are sort of removed a bit from you know connecting to other regions you know whether you're talking about bluegrass music and you you go through america and and a lot of places are a little bit isolated have always created a sort of a style of music i have a vibe or feel or style of their own and springfield had that and then i think the next part of it came was was that wto or there's ozark jubilee we're just so well run and and became a draw so so everybody who was making music in the area or any place nearby i wanted to come there and play because it had this barn dances other fifties in the same way that mashal barn dance was in chicago or gondal opry in nashville you know back in the fifties are a lot of these live radio stations weekends but what made you know do believe so take a step above is when i got a tv contract and it was nineteen fifty five and and country music was struggling rock and roll was hit hit and all of a sudden country is a little less popular and and having a network tv show every week was so important to country music and every big star country music candidate patsy kline eddy arnold you know created stars like like brenda lee where wagner and wanda jackson johnny cash had one of his first shows there i think carl perkins was first on tv ever there was first on tv nineteen sixty five star jubilee it just became such an important place for exposing country music to the nation you know it was a very popular show and red foley who who has a country star but also in a way a pop star bush was the host for several years and they had this incredible ban and it was just a very entertaining show and it really helps country music sort survive during a time when it was having some trouble when i did that series for the magazine for the country music hall of fame years ago in the early two thousands wing carson well i wanna introduce them here in a minute but he told me springfield as nearly the dead center of the united states it's the wheel and.
"mashal" Discussed on This Week in Tech
"You don't know nothing about snapchat this would allow feel europe under the treaty to sell rate is only out was are in awe they were so you think it's a feature of i mean we we still chimbu with the early days of face but when we saw change it slightly and ruled kickable everything was freak out and what they did the differences i think is that that facebook at by that point already achieved such a mass abuse at set since minds share that even though people would always say oh i mean it sleep my account like i remember i one time this is years and years ago i wrote a a story for mashal that says than like no you're not going to delete your facebook account and because there's this delete facebook a day and and all these people told me how wrong i was and then you know the next uh you know news report time it was like facebook it added even more users than ever before how many times have i deluge facebook arm were beginning with the people people aren't way to do it i think the difference here is that stop the reason they did this big redesign is because they're trying to improve engagement because engagement hasn't continue to rise the way they want it to and they're also trying to win increase advertising and they're trying to get you know um a different demographic interested and the problem is is that they have a competitor which facebook never had that his yacht copying them you know part and parcel and isn't messing things up so there is a real risk i think that grams of the genus nature with facebook did the mice space yes while exhorting our young a large yelled ju people go to snapchat too older instagram legs lutely literally dornord get what you need to poster were you want a pro triple and snapchat snapchat leonard is my burma nato but it was the message of a proud message don't want them to know you decide to finger to the sidewalk peak almost eighty percent due snubbed added back they don't even though you opened down on them some money.
"mashal" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"Thank you very much what good luck brewster and good luck to garrett and nina and somebody's going to win all the stuff tonight i've got some exciting games lined up for these very competitive players starting with purple rain man we're going to go third billing second billings verse reeling costars in a movie mashal title guess is often as you'd like until somebody figures out what the full title is starting with in third billing renee zellweger and j t walsh the league jt wall so anybody got any ideas on that is she that she's a third villian he's a second or they're both third bill luther you're gonna next get the second bill people than the first melt people in a movie massive tidal in that then they titles are matched up in order so the renee zellweger movie followed by the j t walsh movie second billing kouba gooding jr and ray charki so i think you probably have the first half figure it out uh oh no cases i like this i i s quiet time for me to thank them and top build tom cruise and michael chick klis.
"mashal" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Argument i i think that your support are by and large what are on air partners have been doing um look i i i tend to think the uh alliance of saudi arabia the emirati spot rain in egypt have taken approach that is sensible you don't have to score every single initiative the proper promulgated 13 points to a lot of points not quite one short of woodrow wilson's fourteen points but still are points but but by and large those are our partners in the region um that have stood with us especially in the last 5 or 10 years rather they on viewing the situation as a crisis to manage which is the way our foreign policy national security bureaucracy and establishment tends to view these things just a crisis the manager get behind us we should view it as an opportunity to stays the united states and the gcc would both be much stronger the jcc was fully united with each other and against run so is this really for diplomacy verses any kind of congressional action by and large you might notice the congress works on a slow time line and in a world especially when it comes to foreign policy and national security matters our events can overtake you quickly i'm if the president were asked congress to act on this i i would support the kind of initiative but by largest a matter for diplomacy some public some quiet and private um and they are uh our president and our senior mashal stirred official should be working pretty aggressively to try to raise again resolve this as an opportunity to seize not a crisis manage in 2014 cutter took that attallah man fine was saddened mistake i and if so is it endeavours mistake obrock obama trade to make that trade wouldn't have done them that's behind the smell though and i think it's pretty well now now that the present the us government ask qatar to make that decision on now again that's an example of how that control do some things that other countries in that waste would not do i mean they open that uh outpost for the taliban there uh that was not the kind of arrangement that i ever would have advocated for but it's behind us now um it's hard.