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"mataya" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

01:37 min | 6 months ago

"mataya" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Testing and contact tracing capabilities have prevented. Big. In schools, there's also hoped that one longstanding German practice will help them get through the winter. Keeping Windows Open for ventilation is now official Policy Stephanie. Cubic is president of Germany's Conference of education ministers often live out all the pundits had guests on populism lifting, and some insurer who declared last week that the ventilation strategy remains the be all and end all. But as the cold weather begins, teachers are worried about the balance between air circulation in their classrooms and students losing feeling in their fingers and toes. The Environment Ministry recommends that windows be open three times an our kristen records a student at a secondary school in Austin Osnabruck says it's particularly chilly in some of the mobile classrooms that they have. Very cold and sometimes the heating does not work especially in our English class. So we have freezing like hell. Basically, health agencies are telling students to bring blankets and extra layers to school with them. Secondary Schoolteacher Mataya Shrub says, he needs a phone timer remind him when to open and close the windows. Obviously people were freezing world learn very well. Right now we're doing this every twenty minutes opening the windows four five minutes then closing the win knows again. So within one hour. With opening closing the windows more channel the time time else do have experts say they're optimistic about the school year immunologists Michael Meyer. Herrmann says he was skeptical about letting students return to school.

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What Counts as Decluttering?

A Slob Comes Clean

09:01 min | 1 year ago

What Counts as Decluttering?

"Shifting is the thing that I say does not count as decluttering and that's really the only thing I say does not count as decluttering and when I say stuff shifting. It's funny because when I speak I'll say this and I really don't have to explain because pretty much everybody goes. Yeah I totally do that. Stuff shifting Really self explanatory got it. You know what she's talking about. What I mean is moving stuff from one place to another in my house? Not Actually getting out of the house. Okay Here's the thing. I think this comes down to that mental separation. That's needed for people like US shoot shoot. Make that distinction between organizing decluttering. If I'm just moving stuff to another place in my house which honestly a a lot of times I would just move it in a pile. I'm like it doesn't go in here. I don't know where I'm GONNA put it. I'm just GONNA pilot up in another room that I'm sure someday I'll be so much more efficient and have everything together and then when I tackle that really know what to do with it really that comes down to that idea that I really just have to get organized. I keep all my stuff. I'll just get organized. That does not work for me. I had to understand. There's a difference between decluttering and organizing. Organizing is trying to keep everything and just keep it in a way that it's all going to stay magically wonderful wonderful imperfect unfortunately I also have a very low clutter threshold which means I can't handle a ton of stuff. I cannot keep a lot of stuff organized. I I have only a certain amount of stuff that I can keep under control easily and I have to declutter not Organiz just declutter. Just get rid of stuff. Give Myself All permission to not get organized. And instead just declutter and get stuff out of my house. Okay as I do that then my house. I feel more organized. Okay but this only started happening. You know my my personal story is that I started a slob comes clean as a practice. actus blog it was completely anonymous because I was trying to get my own house under control so I was just try and stuff and seeing how it worked and writing about it as I did it and showing showing pictures so go back and see us in those scary pictures but as I did that as I got rid of Steph. That's when my house became more manageable manageable. I was more able to keep my house under control which was my big desire. Why does my house constantly go back to disaster? Because I had too much stuff. Okay so as I got got rid of stuff. So no Steph. Shifting is the thing I say doesn't count but why am I talking about this. And what's the distinction. I'm trying to make today okay. What counts as decluttering? Here's the problem I have and I don't remember exactly where it came from and I it might have been. You personally shared this with me and that is fine and I get I get. I understand the idea behind it. I really really do. But here's the problem. I'll explain it. I think it was some sort of mean about. It doesn't really count. Don't as decluttering if you're going to drive around with a bag of stuff in your trunk for a month before you finally drop it off. Okay I get what they're saying like I totally get it and you guys. I mean when I do. I think I talked about it in five. Five Day cutter shakedown on. I talk about it whenever I am giving this advice. I mean I really really encourage you to go ahead and figure out how you're going to get Kereta Steph. Okay go ahead and before you start decluttering not waiting for the answer before you start decluttering but post on facebook to your friends. Hey look you're do not tell them how bad it is but hey local friends. Hey where do you guys like to donate stuff you know. They don't have to how much you're donating okay. They don't need to know that that's not their business business. But I guarantee you. The people who don't have clutter in their homes. Know How to get rid of Steph. And they're not gonNA think twice they're going to think. Oh this is fun to talk about. Okay I'll tell you where I like to take stuff so yes I encourage you to have a plan for getting rid of stuff. I encourage you to make that. The last step of your are decluttering process day. Okay if you're spending the day working on getting rid of clothes push through and go drop those clothes off today. But y'all I am not going to say that it doesn't count as decluttering if you don't actually get him dropped off today. Yes I encourage you to do it but it still counts as decluttering if you drive around with those clothes in your trunk for the next month or here I'm just I'm just saying it counts as decluttering. Here's the thing that Steph is leaving my house. The decision's been made about it remember. We have donate -able donate box or bag or suitcase or whatever is going to leave the house along with what's inside of it so it's already established there's nothing to go back through. There's nothing to do later other than drop it off. Okay Okay and ideally which again we're trying to not deal with ideally kind of stuff today. But ideally you've got to donate spot in your home where those donate boxes go to be ready to either be picked up or dropped off all right and for you to have stuff in a box that the decision has been made. You never have to look through that stuff again. It's a designated space. It's not sitting in your living room. It's not a pile of stuff if that. Oh this is the stuff I'm thinking I'm going to donate and then it sits there as a pile for a while not as a definite defined donate box but since there is a pile for a while l. and then other things collect on it and then you're like oh I've got to go back through that we're not talking about that. I'm saying if it has been put into a donate box. Sticking in your car is Great. Great Okay sticking and donate spot in the garage. Whatever I'm going to count that as decluttering and here's the reason I'm going to count that as decluttering y'all my people uh-huh who relate to my struggles? We are all or nothing kind of people and when you tell me it doesn't count as decluttering if it sits on my trunk for a month or week or whatever if you tell me that doesn't count and I know no matter how much I want to be different. This time. I know because of all the other times I wanted to be different and failed again and again and again to do things perfectly. If I know that there's a real good chance that is going to sit in my drunk for a real long time. It makes me go. Why can't go drop it off off today? Oh the car's in the shop so I can't cut her. Oh my word you guys. That's the last step. I still consider it out of your the house. If it's there I know I know I know. But here's the thing here's where Mataya something the reason why I will probably never be the world's foremost decluttering decluttering guru now. I appreciate those view. Call Your decluttering roots kind of my favorite phrase that people use hesitate to call myself that but okay. Let's it's coming but one of the reasons why I don't think I can ever be. I can't be the soundbite girl. So do you know what I mean like. It's very very hard for me to speak in soundbites and when I say a spell soundbite. Here's what I mean when you are coached on how to go on. TV and radio shows and stuff like that. You're supposed to be able to make a statement in like I don't no I honestly don't even remember exactly. I have been coached on it before but obviously I'm not that great at it anyway. Like ten second twenty second thirty second sound bites now. It's a good thing for me to have to the practice it really is. It's a great thing for me to have to make things to sink and get my point across an assistant way because I don't have to do them podcast so anyway but that's it's a great thing that I do try to practice do work on okay when I'm being interviewed I'm being asked for advice. But here's the reality. I'm where I am I. I am helpful to a whole lot of you because I acknowledge all the pet beds okay. I acknowledge that the bets. Let's are real thing kids. Don't say up at Betts. Your Mom's we're GONNA get mad okay but I'm just saying they're real but I can't I can't I I. I really have no. There's no place I don't think there's any place in Montana. The on this is me talking to someone else. I'm acting I don't think there's any places might in my town for me to drop stuff off and so I guess I I guess I have to figure all that out out before I even start making those decisions and no go ahead and start throwing away trash and start decluttering

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Trump awards highest U.S. civilian honor to Tiger Woods

Bill Handel

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Trump awards highest U.S. civilian honor to Tiger Woods

"And Tiger Woods says received the presidential medal of freedom. The highlight of what of what -ccomplish so far my life on the golf course President Trump praised woods yesterday as he gave him the nation's highest civilian honour addition to his incredible playing career tiger is a successful entrepreneur to put it mildly and devoted philanthropist. So a originally Mataya woods got emotional as he spoke of his parents. And thank those who have supported him over the years. He won his fifth masters title last

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"mataya" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"mataya" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"Have that you would wanna pursue. We'll go to my baseball prospectus author page. I mean that basically sums up right there. I mean, that's that's you know, me kind of going which right about this week and coming up with whatever idea I could come up with and then crunching out whatever I could. And I mean, there are a couple areas where I that I would love to do. I just don't access to the kind of data that I would need to do it. And that I mentioned, but that was the you know, that was that was nice to be able to to point to that. And say, okay. Well, there's the answer that question next. Yeah. And I've cut a mad at the Mets. I take this personally because you were right in the middle of conducting some research that would answered a question that I had posed on this podcast. And now I'll never know the answer because they hired you just a couple of weeks ago. I just did a passing thought I wondered whether we could detect whether playing in a winter league actually benefits the players development if you just compared to similar players and one of them place in a winter league in the other doesn't does the guy who played in the winter league. Get better. Her faster, and you were gathering data. You were going to do an article on that and then the Mataya chew. And now you can't do that article. And now, I don't know am I supposed to do it myself. I don't wanna do it myself. So what am I supposed to do? Well, I mean, you have plenty of listeners out there. And you know, I mean the data are out there. You just have to scoop them off and run it. I mean, I I heard that. And I went that's cool. I that's cool question. It's the off season. You know, there's there's no there's no major league baseball going on. But there's winter league stuff, and you great resource to me over the years, not only with with help with my own articles. But occasionally, I'll get an idea where I'll think I want to know the answer to this. But for whatever reason, I just don't want to write this one myself. Maybe it's too complicated. Or I don't know it won't fit at the site. I'm currently writing for whatever. And I will just post it to you or sometimes he'll just tear it and take it upon yourself. And so all these questions I had have been answered by you for no charge. And that's been wonderful for me. The. Great. Church thing. The great article. I always had in mind for you that I never mentioned, and you might have done it. So if I apologize. I I probably have read I don't know three hundred articles by you, and you'd probably have written six hundred. So I am not ashamed. But you one time wrote an article about whether Brandon Inge really did make the as twenty nine games better. Oh, Oh, yeah. yeah. In nineteen two thousand twelve and you looked at whether Brandon inches teammates. Hit more home runs. When Brandon is there than when they then when he's not..

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"mataya" Discussed on Upgrade

Upgrade

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"mataya" Discussed on Upgrade

"I'm not interested in styles. This one of the reasons that I don't use. Ulysses is that although Ulysses supports markdown. It really wants you to treat it like a styled text editor like word kind of thing. So like the hyper get all you know, thrown into buttons. And they hide the links and only show that it's text. With an underlying link, and I don't want that. Like, I I understand why other people might want that. And I talked to the people from Lizzy about it. And they they totally have a philosophy of what they want to do with that app. And it just doesn't fit with how I right, and that's fine. But that means that it's not going to be an app that I use because it doesn't fit with trying to keep it simple and keep it plain text and use macro to help me generate my plane taxed not hide it. Yeah. Yeah. I understand. Did you mention you still using the Mattaya many tactile pro? Yeah. So so on so I have. Normally, I'm writing like writing more in my in my lap. That's a great configuration to right sitting on the couch. Very nice when as it gets cooler into fall and winter. It's nice as it change of pace to leave my desk. And also, I don't have strong heating out here in the office to go into the other room, and I can sit under a blanket and sit on the couch and in the middle of the day, if the kids were at school or whatever and the cat next to me, and I'm writing on there. And that was generally where I used the bridge keyboard? But right now, I'm using the smart keyboard folio networks that works. Great. But another change of pace that I like to do is to go work at standing up at the at the bar in my kitchen, and it's all to play for because again, I'm open to other things the nice thing about the Mataya. What is it quiet laptop keyboard, which is the silver monstrosity, right? As you pointed out, it's thick. It's big kind of curved, plastic Bethel's all around it. It's very much the state of the art apple design of two thousand eight I typically, you know, pal to Constand look of their products. Yeah. Well, they're they're new stuff. All looks. Like apples modern stuff were thin with aluminum. But those are also not the mechanical the fancy mechanical keys. I agree. I think they need a an industrial redesign for their mechanical stuff. But they they don't have say could do something that doesn't look like this. But still has all the features. There are lots of other mechanical keyboards like the one I'm using now at my MAC, it has no battles at all. It has an aluminum frame around the bottom, and that's great. It's a what is this one? The so many people. It's yeah, I have so many this is the vortex. I forget which which model it is. But it's it's a little mini because remember I have the little tiny keyboards. Yeah. But so I'm using on the ipad out there right now. I'm mostly using that keyboard that that bluetooth Mataya keyboard because it's got really nice mechanical keys, and it's bluetooth, which really just means. I don't have to if I'm carrying my ipad. And that keyboard out there because I don't leave them set about their. It's my kitchen. I it's nice not to have to plug anything in. Right. I have mechanical like a USB Mataya keyboard that is white that I can plug in and use and I've got a whole bunch of other keyboards too. But the again, there are lots of issues here. I got I got a lot of keyboards if it's not a MAC keyboard? On the MAC, you can flip command and control. And so that they're in the right place, if the PC keyboard, and then and then go about your business. I can't do that. So if the PC keyboards, suddenly the keys in the wrong place and for keyboards cuts cuts and stuff, and I don't like that. So it's got to be a MAC keyboard or have a switch. Let's go into MAC mode. And then the other thing is just the size of it. If it's a if the big board with a number pad or something I'm not really that interested in it because it's a I don't I don't want that..

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"mataya" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"mataya" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"She says only one out of six financial advisers in the US are women because we've been programmed to believe we're not suited for the industry right now. People are looking and they're saying, I don't see any women in finance or I don't see many women in finance. They must not be able they must not be capable. They must be second choice. Mataya says this will turn around if women are encouraged and their confidence to take on financial ROY. Roles is boosted. She also strongly believes that women will fare better in any career. If they say, not me to the sexual component is not really the point the point is that somebody is trying to intimidate you. They're using their power. And that when that happens there's really only one answer and that is to lead to walk away. Mataya says she's walked away from lucrative jobs. And she believes it's damaging if a woman stays in a position of so-called quid pro quo because they need a job. It's not good for the woman herself. It's not good for the for all women if women allow this to happen to them we need to stop. Read more Matijas book gender on Wall Street on the women's watch on Laurie Kirby WBZ, NewsRadio ten thirty. Here's what do you want out of your investments growth income or maybe it's just to conserve what you currently have has stages in your life change. So should your investments? Are you asking yourself? It's not how much I earn. But how much keep or maybe you're okay with the ups and downs of the market and more interested in that big number in the future. Remember, it's not what investments you own. But why you own them has your adviser been meeting with you on a regular basis, or do you even.

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"mataya" Discussed on Only A Game

Only A Game

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"mataya" Discussed on Only A Game

"On april. Third nineteen thirty eight just three weeks after the annexation of Austria Nazi officials arrived at Vienna's Prater stadium. They were there to watch a soccer match. It was an exhibition between the national teams from Germany and Austria, the idea was that the two sides would play a friendly game before coming together to form a single team for the nineteen thirty eight World Cup only games. Martin Kessler picks up the story. If you Google the name Mataya Sindelar, you'll find quite the tail pretty much the first five hits you'll get talk about his defiance against the nowadays. Often stories that come from again, really reputable sources that's author. Kevin simpson. He's read a lot of those articles about sins. Lar- one of the Austrian strikers who took the field for that April third match against the Germans the game was supposed to be a competitive draw to make everyone happy. In other words, it was supposed to end in it. But in the second half with the score zero zero Sindelar scored a teammate followed with another goal to make it to nil in that the story is go is when Matisse Tyndall are made his way to the center of the pitch and staged his act of defiance danced a jig essentially in front of the the not elite who were gathered there for this match some accounts even specify that Sindelar had a grin on his face as he danced before the box of Nazi officials a few months later Sindelar declared he would not play for the unified German team. Instead, he was retiring from soccer less than a year later. He was found dead. The stories will tell you that perhaps the Gestapo killed him or that maybe he killed himself. Unable to go on living in Vienna. Ruled by the Nazis just days after Cindy, LARs body was found Alfred poll gar and Austrian-born theater. Critic wrote the good Sindelar followed the city whose child and pride. He was too. It's Jeff me. It was so inextricably entwined with it that he had to die. When it did all the evidence points to suicide prompted by loyalty to his homeland for to live and play football in the downtrodden, broken tormented city meant to seeming Vienna with a repulsive specter of itself, but how can one play football like that and live when life without football. Is nothing certainly a beautiful sentiment. But we realize it just as a match what we know. Kevin Simpson doesn't believe that Sindelar was murdered or that he took his own life. And that's not the only part of the popular Mataya Sindelar story that's been called into question. If you look closer to host story, we have to say the most of its wasn't really true, that's Austrian researcher Gheorghe Batala, he believes Mataya sins alarm never was nor intended to be a Nazi protester. So who is he really? And if he wasn't a hero. Why is he been held up as one? Could you sort of just take me through what's happening in Austria throughout the thirties? Chaos, quite frankly, even more so than in Germany. After World War One. Vienna. Was governed by the social Democrats, but in the nineteen thirties fascism spread even in the years between nineteen thirty three and nine hundred thirty eight in Austria. There was also kind of Austrian fascism before the Nazis to over ninety thirty eight still Kevin Simpson says there were places throughout Vienna. That were largely free of fashions. The coffee house is a gathering place almost like the salons used to be in Paris during the twenties the intellectuals would gather there, the artists would as well, and they would have been very much aligned against the Nazi movement. In politics, wasn't the only topic of conversation, you'd have this wonderful interplay of of culture, and ideas, and it didn't take long to bring football into that discussion. The Austrian team was one of the best teams in central Europe..

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"mataya" Discussed on The Talk Show

The Talk Show

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"mataya" Discussed on The Talk Show

"Two firework eight hundred two thunderbolt assu to Thunderball three. Wow. That's actually worked. It actually worked. So you know, there's no end to the number of after you can just stack on top of that extended keyboard to keep it go, you know. But you know someday if I want to use my extended keyboard to on a USB only machine, I'll have to go from eighty to my eighty two USB a the. I mate Griffin. I made adapter right of which I have to die. Yeah, I was gonna say met may die before your keyboard is I have to mint condition backups, but my regional which I bought in cheese probably like one thousand nine hundred eighty eight or something I would think. Yeah, you know and it's maybe ninety nine but it's, you know. If anybody has never seen a Griffin, I believe they were all the same color. They were the I MAC style Bondi blue translucent plastic as everything was after nine hundred ninety eight, but I'm still on my first one. It is very durable little adapter, but eventually I'll have to plug that into a USB to USB adapter, which is nowhere near the chain that you said you put together for data and this is only for typing. But anyway, I have matatus that you have. I do like it. It is certainly in the favorite hardware keyboard I've ever used with an ipad. And I wish I knew which stand I have. I have a stand that I don't know that I've ever seen anybody recommend, but it's from. Cheese. I could go upstairs and get it, but after up the show and I don't want to do it, but it's, you know, just put it in the show notes. But I think from Belkin and it just as a little Fulbe thing and it doesn't raise the ipad at all because I don't really, I'm fine with because I don't eat pretty much use it on like a kitchen counter and it's already sort of like I'm sitting on like a, you know, a a quite barstool height, but you know, more than a floor seat, you know, like a kitchen counter seat. So I don't mind that the ipad isn't raised off the thing and it folds and it has several it. It's not like you can bend it to any angle. It has like a bunch of incremental steps, but there's enough of them that it's always there's always a good one, and it's an excellent excellent little stand because when you fold it all the way up it, it's very small. And when it's open, it's very sturdy because it clicks. And so it's in addition to being a good Stanford, propping up an ipad for typing. It is an outstanding it is the best stand I've ever used in what close to ten years, ten years for ipad for watch using it as like a little TV I guess eight. I swear to God. I'll put it in shots, but it's a nice learning. STAN. I liked the Metaxas, but I don't love it. It's mushy bothers me. It's always bothered me how many little glimpse Mataya puts on the key caps. Like they, I guess some people would like it, but like they'll put little things up in the right corner to show you that option left high waves you exactly curly quote, and that option shift bracket gives you a double curly quote and vice versa overkill. I get that some people really get off on the idea that literally every character you can make that keyboard is labeled on the keys, but seems like overkill to me to know I, I am right there with you. I, I've yet to find a perfect solution to any of this, but I'm always on the lookout because I do like I do like not always being at my desk and being able to go to the bar and my kitchen and take an ipad and just sit there and write a little bit. It's a great change of pace. And so I like that and having a good keyboard for that. I've gone through all sorts of different kinds and the Mataya is the one that stuck so far, but it's definitely not perfect, and I would love to get something else. I could attach some of my good mechanical keyboards of which I have too many with USB, but the problem there is that like command and option or flipped because a lot of them are are windows keyboards and some of them have dip switches that let you flip them the other way, and some of them aren't.

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"mataya" Discussed on The Talk Show

The Talk Show

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"mataya" Discussed on The Talk Show

"Pretty good. I'm just failing to fight the temptation to ask you a follow up question about mechanical keyboards right now. Do it, we'll lose the whole show. Did you go? Did you try a keyboard like some modern mechanical keyboard as a potential replacement for your apple extended? No, not yet. All sort of I should take that back. I got. I'm nowhere near as in deep with you. Actually. I should take this all back. I have. I have tried several. I should say this word seriously. Gonna lose the whole show. Here. I have a dos keyboard. That's spelled DAS like. Dos three point, three keyboard. That would be anything else DASA's in like dos boot. The fantastic submarine movie. I bought several years ago and I forget what kind of switches that one has. But I have since given that one to my son Jonas and he loves them and it is apparently a pretty decent gaming keyboard. I never really liked it. It was too cliquey. Yeah. And based on some recent back and forth with you based on your, I don't know if you consider it portable, you can say, but it's your your ipad as a writing setup, you have the Mataya portable something something it's like a bluetooth. They have a bluetooth keyboard. That's got their key switches, which are not the same and people give for it because it does feel very old apple design school. It's a big kind of puffy, silver, plastic keyboard, but it's very hard to find a good bluetooth, mechanical keyboard. They're all just USB. It is puffy puffy as a good way to describe it. I, I'm going to put this in the shadow. Because it's just a big thing of plastic like right now. Now it would be kind of metal kind of fringed thing, but it's instead, it's just like a big piece of plastic with a keyboard in it, and I don't use that. It doesn't even make sense for me to use it with any of my max because when I'm not gonna use separate keyboard with a MAC book and I've got my beloved extended apple extended keyboard to on my Mak, which it's. I mean, I guess in theory, I could someday find a keyboard. I like better than an apple extended keyboard too. But until I do, I won't. But you need to be doing some groundwork now for that day where where the the last apple extended keyboard falls apart? Right. Plug in something new, it'd be like, all right, I can just keep on. I've mentioned before that there's a decent chance that I, it depends when I replaced my MAC. I mean, because the thing is with the I Mak it will probably be one of the last computers that apple ships that still has the old style USB port in the back because there's plenty of room, right? But surely. Within a handful of years, it'll be USB see everywhere. Adapt your adapter and you just keep on going. I got. I have at one point I adapted mini fire wire, four hundred the link Sony stuff to proper firearm. Four hundred.

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"mataya" Discussed on Download

Download

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"mataya" Discussed on Download

"Whereas the competitor shipped with little sensors that you could just stick somewhere in a room and then that was it. And they just worked. So there were a lot of issues with nest, I guess, and to echo flows point since Google is is into the home hardware business. Now they're, they're committed to it. Having nest be a part of that spectrum of products deeply integrated with the rest of them. It just makes sense. So I mean, I think they got where they needed to be. It's sort of a shame that it took this long. I still feel like there was a lot of wasted time and. Effort. I just want to mention very quickly that even like the newness stuff that came out was not a hundred percent ready. When it arrived to me, and I've seen that story right where where they're saying, well, you know, we shipped it before it was ready and I could see how the guy that's always the question. Do you ship it just to get it out there or do you do you wait? I think they had to ship it to get it out there because this year there's just been a maelstrom of its smart home things, and I can see that every company is just like we needed just get our face out there. Otherwise, you know, we're going to miss this wave. Also. I just want to note for everyone out there that nest products costs a lot of money and also and also you have to pay a annual fee for for a lot of what you're using in the home. And while it is all very convenient and works nicely together and is like very nicely designed. There are a lot more cheaper options out there. There's a legacy of the Tony Fidel era where I will say, I think the thermostat is still the best looking. Desk. Great. I do love it. It all looks beautiful value to that. Like I, by all rights, I should probably be using like an EKG thermostat or something like that because it just home kit, which is gonna work better with my apple stuff, but I don't. I don't like the echo piano. It looks. I love how the nest. So the white one is awesome. That's how they get us. I sacrificed the regular Ness features to get the white nest because it looked better nightmare. Is that the fact is looks for something that's going to be on the wall of your house all the time in matters. It matters like the echo be as good. A product is that is it's like a black plastic round. Wretched a little scanning that super reflective. It's kind of hard and I, you know, I just didn't like it. So back to the brush metal in little have brushed metal one, it's very nice. The second gen. I think it's got. Okay. There's another another Google story that sort of slid in this morning that I wanted to at least mentioned, which is we talk about Android and what Google with Android. We've heard a little bit about project few show which Google has been working on. Bloomberg did a big story about it today that talks in more detail about how project fuchsia is an operating system project at Google that may be intended to alternately replace Android. It's meant to scale from little embedded devices and smart home devices all the way up to phones and eating laptops being worked on by growing team, including a bunch of senior engineers at Google, and even people like Mataya Duarte are involved at least part of the time, a new interface, better security, possibly better privacy or not..

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U.S. border patrol questioned fishermen on Canadian waters

Morning Edition

04:14 min | 3 years ago

U.S. border patrol questioned fishermen on Canadian waters

"Live from npr news in washington i'm korva coleman secretary of state mike pompeo heads to north korea today in an effort to set a timetable for that country's denuclearization as npr's jackie northam reports his trip comes amid increasing doubt about north korea's willingness to abandon its nuclear weapons program this is palm pao's first visit to north korea since president trump met with kim jong un in singapore in mid june pompeo is due to spend a day and a half in the capital pyongyang to try and reach an agreement about denuclearizing north korea there were no details about how or when the country would dismantle its nuclear program in a joint statement following the singapore summit the white house says the us is making progress in talks with north korea but there have been reports that the country has been expanding building used to make fuel for missiles racing questions about north korea's willingness to denuclearize jackie from npr news washington president trump flies to montana today for a campaign rally he's backing a republican state auditor who's hoping to rest us senate seen away from democratic incumbent npr's amy held has more trump arrives in great falls today for a make america great again rally he's campaigning for the republican senate nominee state auditor matt rosendahl who's running against incumbent jon tester a democrat president trump won montana by twenty points in the presidential election still the cook political report predicts the senate seat up for grabs in november is likely to remain in democrat control npr's amy held british officials say to people have been poisoned by the same nerve agent that sickened former russian double agent sergei scream and his daughter this year britain blamed that poisoning on russia the newly sickened couple are hospitalized in critical condition it's not known how they were poisoned with the nerve agent a little known us canada border a dispute that is simmered for more than two hundred years is in danger of boiling over as dan carpenter reports us border patrol agents have stopped and boarded at least ten canadian fishing boats in the past two weeks the incident took place in disputed waters near mataya seal island east of main it's also known as the grey zone is lobster fisherman from both sides of the border of fish there side by side for years local officials say american agents sport at some canadian boats and asked about passengers entering the us illegally they say the canadian vessels were in international waters canada and the us have both claimed jurisdiction over the treeless rock home to a colony of puffiness and a lighthouse man by canadian light keepers but competition between fishermen is increased and some experts say that's created more tensions local residents in the region say they've never seen american border patrol agents in the area and are now asking why they're there for npr news i'm dan carpenter in toronto you're listening to npr news from washington this is wnyc in new york good morning i'm richard hake six four seventy seven degrees mostly cloudy right now another warm day today highs near eighty nine degrees it'll feel as high as ninety seven with the humidity a sixty year old haitian immigrant took on the trump administration and one agustin's sages is the first immigrant to be released on bond in new york since the us supreme court ruled that detainees do not have an automatic right to bond hearings jordan wells of new york civil liberties union was lead turning on the case he says say juice was homeless and schizophrenic and was held for nine months what they're saying the people like him is if you wanna bond hearing you it for it otherwise sages is now living in a home in queens while the underlying deportation case continues immigration authorities declined to comment immigrants in new jersey facing deportation may be able to get some free legal help governor murphy's budget includes two point one million dollars for legal aid sarah cole nania of the make the road new jersey organization says right now one of every three detainees doesn't have any legal representation that means that people are facing potential separation from their family.

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"mataya" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"mataya" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Populist prizen what he wants his this alliance of popular parties from across europe to kind of cement that positions of of influence across europe do you remember those days before macron got elected we all scared of exactly this happening there were rises in germany and the pen and franz and then macron won and we certainly all breathed this i've relief on the land saying are we don't have to worry so so much she next summer this could be really interesting enough i think mr macron epitomizes exactly what mataya seville salvini talking about if he wants a european elite will let's that's mr macron orlova exactly with his background in finance on his appeal to business ms exactly what he was mr salvi is is is fighting against and if you are of the centreleft persuasion you might be worried he says here that we will govern italy for the next thirty years italy i mean not minutes resolve this required to that statement doesn't that lewis let's look at the the the the wimbledon news in guarding because i actually noticed in all world cup excitement i'd clean forgot as as clinton's would might have said and i saw somebody this morning on the tv news and i sitting now with the backdrop of somewhere green with the school board felt really it's starting today it's happening and we've got on the left i'm not ready murray says he pulls out of wimbledon and then further down the page williams aiming to join elite group of champion mother's on her return to wimbledon's fair enough we've had thinkers just off the top of my head we've had kim clijsters have on corley have been any other winning mothers at wimbledon i think she would be the third if she does and yeah i really liked this interview with her basically we have the wimbledon women's final we consolidate i'll be there so i hope williams there i really really like this member in the in charge of new zealand down there baby and there was big in our and she handled that interview really well i thought a couple of weeks ago by saying of course there's going to be you know interest i'm only the second woman to give birth walston power i just hope for the day when this is not interesting because it's so common williams here something similar in we we do have mothers who have given birth and come back and of course it's interesting because of the physical changes more interesting if i you know mother comes and wins robin fafather because of the physical changes that we obviously we get out but what's interesting is the mental side of it so lots of new parents of talk about life in perspective they don't have to you know his sport isn't as important and things like that other blah serena williams brilliantly comes back and says she was expecting to feel like that and of course it does put things in perspective but she feels like she's even more competitive is her quote and i love this idea that because you suddenly mother you don't lose your competitive edge you wouldn't really go around asking male sports stars if they lost their competitive edge after becoming a dad so why would you ask the say for women hey burleigh started mountain bike racing after i became a father terribly terribly got to wind up getting frightening frantic singles from signals from behind the glass which means may we don't have time to talk about donald trump times donald trump it's a shock it's huge thank you.

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Brigitte Nielsen gives birth to fifth child at 54

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:34 min | 3 years ago

Brigitte Nielsen gives birth to fifth child at 54

"Windows parentheses badly need paint job rather than refusing to serve a fine person like sarah huckabee sanders the president and admitted germaphobe also added in his tweet i always had a rule if a restaurant is dirty on the outside it's dirty on the inside the restaurants co owner telling the washington post that her reasons for selling sarah sanders she wouldn't serve her included the concerns of employees who were gay and new sanders had defended the president's desire to bar transgender people from the military no surprise jurassic world fallen kingdom top the weekend box office this is a big number one opening weekend for jurassic world fallen kingdom a hundred and fifty million dollars that's ten million more than the most optimistic early tracking but twenty eight percent less than the nearly two hundred nine million opening for jurassic world three years ago you incredible to business dropped by over half and week too but thanks to a record opening it's still made nearly eighty one million dollars christopher watson abc news model actress and reality star brigitte nielsen has given birth at the age of fifty four she and her thirty nine year old husband mataya desi released a statement to people magazine over the weekend saying their daughter freda was born friday in los angeles it's the fifth child but the first daughter for nielsen who has four adult sons from previous marriages she married desi her fifth husband in two thousand six she revealed her exceptionally late in life pregnancy last month by posting photos of herself on instagram and twitter update from.

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UN Security Council rejects US draft resolution on Gaza

24 Hour News

01:04 min | 3 years ago

UN Security Council rejects US draft resolution on Gaza

"News the united states is vetoed a proposed un security council resolution on the violence between israel and gaza the united states would have had the security council asked the secretary general to propose ways to extend international protection to palestinian civilians us ambassador nikki haley who cast the only no vote in the fifteen member council objected to the measures failure to lay any of the blame for the recent gaza violence on hamas which runs the territory the resolution offered by kuwait represents a grossly onesided view of what has taken place in gaza in recent weeks proposal got ten votes and four abstentions in the council warren levinson new york a former nurse is suing filmmaker martin scorsese alleging that his dog attacked her and now she can't work natarajan mataya says it happened in twenty fifteen at scorsese's townhouse she says she fell because of the unruly vicious dog which is a terrier i'm jacky quin ap radio news let's go the new macy's backstage.

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UN Security Council rejects US draft resolution on Gaza

24 Hour News

01:03 min | 3 years ago

UN Security Council rejects US draft resolution on Gaza

"The united states is veto proposed un security council resolution on the violence between israel and gaza the united states would have had the security council asked the secretary general to propose ways to extend international protection to palestinian civilians us ambassador nikki haley who cast the only no vote in the fifteen member council objected to the measures failure to lay any of the blame for the recent gaza violence on hamas which runs the territory the resolution offered by kuwait represents a grossly onesided view of what has taken place in gaza in recent weeks proposal got ten votes and four abstentions in the council warren levinson new york a former nurse is suing filmmaker martin scorsese alleging that his dog attacked her and now she can't work natarajan mataya says it happened in twenty fifteen at scorsese's townhouse she says she fell because of the unruly vicious dog which is a terrier i'm jacky quin ap radio news frozen no.

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UN Security Council rejects US draft resolution on Gaza

24 Hour News

00:58 sec | 3 years ago

UN Security Council rejects US draft resolution on Gaza

"News the united states is vetoed a proposed un security council resolution on the violence between israel and gaza the united states would have had the security council ask secretary general to propose ways to extend international protection to palestinian civilians us ambassador nikki haley who cast the only no vote in the fifteen member council objected to the measures failure to lay any of the blame for the recent gaza violence on hamas which runs the territory the resolution offered by kuwait represents a grossly onesided view of what has taken place in gaza in recent weeks proposal got ten votes and four abstentions in the council warren levinson new york a former nurse is suing filmmaker martin scorsese alleging that his dog attacked her and now she can't work natarajan mataya says it happened in twenty fifteen at scorsese's townhouse she says she fell because of the unruly vicious dog which is a terrier i'm.

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"mataya" Discussed on Material

Material

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"mataya" Discussed on Material

"This is my six it is is this my six google so i've had six years of device pickups i remember the year that android wears was announced and they gave out a one of each watch to each developer and but i don't think that's going to happen because the thing is the perfect time to kind of launch devices in this consumer sphere is right around the holidays right before the holidays right before the holiday shopping spree that's why you've seen all these updates to like smart home gadgets tv set top boxes owns you got the iphone in the pixels in october so i imagine google will just stick to that and just also to give the hardware team break 'cause i imagine they have a lot of to do for google yo just like you know how to code for these things that do not exist yet other thing that is making a lot of buzz that is not necessarily tangible though i guess if you were mataya duarte would say it is digitally tangible is material designed to write the whole idea of material was that it felt like a piece felts like material on the screen and so now we're seeing this new iterating of it where google is embracing white space break collars hence the lipstick i'm trying on really trying to fit in through well maybe because i'm wearing bright colors and the very much primary but anyway sorry where was i.

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"mataya" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"mataya" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The leader lopez with that guy who's promising the topless maids with this van seeing all around la so you want to check that out get to the bottom of it see what's going on what's happening there i very good con yay west is in the news a ton of black blacklash backlash i should hey that's not a bad bad term a ton of blacklash right over his comments just coined a new phrase anyway people are really pissed at him let's find out what's going on kanye west now trying to clarify those outrage inducing comments he made to tmz you hear about slavery for four hundred years for four hundred years that sound like a choice like he was there for four hundred years and has all the y'all you know like this like we're we're mentally imprison the rapper facing immediate backlash for mataya mzee staffer what you're doing right now is actually the absence of thought i'm appalled and brother i m unbelievably hurt by the fact that you have morphed into something to me that's not real not anger echoed on social media the hashtag if slavery was choice now trending on twitter west defending his comments tweeting the reason why i brought up the four hundred years point is because we can't be mentally imprisoned for another four hundred years we need free thought now and saying in another tweet to make myself clear of course i know that slaves did not get shackled and put on a boat by free will after a long hiatus following his two thousand sixteen hospitalization west recently returning to twitter with other attention grabbing comments i just love trump that's my boy and now sharing some of the struggles he says led him to seek medical help that was addicted to opioids two days i got off of opioids i'm in the hospital and some accused west of making these controversial comments publicity ahead of the.

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"mataya" Discussed on The Talk Show

The Talk Show

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"mataya" Discussed on The Talk Show

"Did you like it i like it more than i like most keyboards and i definitely agree with jason's assessment that while i would never be confused thinking it was an apple extended keyboard to it's the closest of any other keyboard in feel to it apple extended keyboard twos keys that i've ever used including several keyboards from the same company mataya over the years that we're advertised as being similar to the apple extended keyboard too i was always very disappointed in the other keyboards at least in terms of their apple extended to likeness that makes sense nece that keyboard that you're talking about is one hundred seventy bucks i i soon as i saw that i said to myself don't buy that keyboard and then i spent like the next hour thinking i should buy that keyboard i should buy that keep people you know man jason and then i got worried i got worried because we were tweeting about it and i got worried that other people would see the tweets about it and think the same thing and then the place would be sold out of them so hurried up and bought one and i said that and then i don't know if he was joking or not but i said that i i got spooked that they were going to sell out now that we linked to it so i quick bought one and then maryland man said he did he did the same thing bought one in and then i think that they actually did sell out i think that they did sell out of them so i actually wasn't wrong or at least they're back on i don't know if that's the right term all we bought all of them the rest of the stock.

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"mataya" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"mataya" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Are in deep deep crisis syria libya yemen for instance at the same time the arab world has also very prosperous and stable countries for instance qatar the united arab emirates certainly a challenge that many our countries share is the challenge of having very very young populations that need to be educated and find purpose and need to find jobs or otherwise they might become frustrated and then feed unrest so space science can be an area that could inspire young people and that could provide purpose and opportunities registration and for work for many young arabs so this is both a challenge and an opportunity the other challenge is post by the amount of international collaboration that the arab countries want to engage in international collaboration is absolutely necessary for the kind of big advanced global science that is moss exploration for instance hardly any country can do that by itself at the same time the danger is if one relies too much on foreign partners foreign expertise and technology than the potential risk is that local capacity is would not be built up i think countries in the arab world that want to engage in advanced astronomy and space signs they have to build these international collaborations however at the same time the also have to make sure that young talent in their own countries is being developed your mataya steverman is the author of space science and the airborne so we've talked about muslim astronomy plan missions and the development of scientific instruments and theories but what about actual space exploration there have been ten muslims from various countries who have gone into space since one thousand nine hundred five and perhaps the most interesting mission by muslim began in two thousand seven that's when dr shake ms afar shakoor an orthopedic surgeon from kuala lumpur made history he blasted off from kazakhstan on a russian soyuz spacecraft and became the first malaysian to fly into space he also became the first devout muslim to go into space during the holy month of ramadan and that presented a challenge he was very concerned about this because he was going to be on the international space station for some time any wanted to know how he could initiate ramadan while he was in orbit kathleen lewis is.

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"mataya" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"mataya" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

"Thomas insist laura signed the papers declaring her father dead or the government will cease his assets with his will richard left laura some clues that reveal his secret obsession and he begs laura to burn all his research he fears a shadow cabal called trinity that seeks magical powers for evil purposes totally different than the first one that was a luminosity this is trinity but rather than burn his papers lara goes in search of her father following his path she hires hong kong boat captain lou ren played by daniel wu to take her to the island her father discovered to be amata the storms 'cause rennes ship to crash but they crawl ashore to be captured by trinity troops led by mataya vogel played by walton goggin 's always happy to see walton we're gonna see later this summer to he's an ant man oh nice bataille has been on the island for seven years searching for him icho and trinity won't let him leave until he finds the tomb as laura brought her father's research matatus now knows where to have his slave labors dig labor's include shipwreck survivors and now lou ren laura flees and undergoes tremendous physical hardship escaping from trinity soldiers even killing one using her kickboxing moves it on the island she discovers her father alive living in hiding spending his years trying to misdirect trinity so they never find him ago but now that bataille has research laura and her father team up to go stop trinity i keep thinking tried to stop someone from the matrix but mataya literally put the gun to richard's head and forces lard open macos tomb in the tomb they find many traps intended to keep people in not out when they get to him icho they realized she was not magic but just a carrier of flesh eating plague that could be transmitted with a single touch i call that magic that it's not also airborne this like touch or sleeve and you're suddenly like rotting away but taya's cuts off him it goes finger to give the trinity infected with the plague richard stays in the tomb to set off bombs forever burying him ago while lara goes after and kills mataya laura narrowly escapes the collapsing tomb aided by liu ren and the other slaves digging her out and with him because disease forever buried laura and the team forced the trinity helicopter pilots to fly them off the island.

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"mataya" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"mataya" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And be understanding when you talk to your parents about this stuff and heard vice for parents try just hanging out with your kid and listening to them like ask them about their day or try to become more friendly with them and try to build flicked the small connection and start small and eventually that connection will grow and that bond will get bigger and you can get to that big stuff that you really need to talk about so after these talks with the alliance fear recently decided to make the first move and start small with her own mom and they're not talking about sex yet just crushes and stuff but she thinks they're definitely getting closer all that's a good thing on your also spoke to a 22yearold from queens whose parents were from 'have yes joanne mataya said told me she hasn't really managed to cross that divide yet with her mom and it's hard because she said of course she doesn't want to be disrespectful but she does wish she could go back and redo some of their early pivotal conversations about sex which mostly involved her mom warning her against getting pregnant i know she cares but if i have the overly zelano now of devil is at lower not gonna do this way were they do it another way i'm gonna sit down with you were really gonna talk about this instead of just trying to scare me now joannes decided to take on that role for her younger brother whose fifteen and here's what she told me about it you know trying to talk to him about sex 'cause i know my parents aren't going to be the it for him so um how's that going how those conversations it's cringe it's definitely cringe yvette for you ever have i think for the both of us because that's my baby brother abdel really one of britian hindu yvette but he needs to be safe where.

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"mataya" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"mataya" Discussed on This Week In Google

"I on yeah i mean that's going to i being brought to you by that for years yet show moon lenses helps in you can do synthetic aperture staff is very cool derailed takeaway here's how powerful computational photography as if it yeah and that's the as yet so true and as we had trouble with senses boop boop we could we having more sense on our phones of the time for lots of reasons and they they get cheaper and cheaper deal into this will make no sense and it it so that the mit thing is is part of that but know even just the way hdr works now is is is ladies like that to the stuff that the of this fund does boop with hdr because it can do it quick enough that there is no there's no motion blur is actually impress is is very impressive knock near ardinger i here's the picture posted by a photographer mataya said pell from his nikon de seven thousand dsl are he says to vic well then it should be no problem to recreate this with your iphone that'll hunting her i don't know what it is but it is an amazing a shot and you probably couldn't do that in the camera eight salima with a very little zoom's well long zoom hit so out at all voting yeah i missed dog for doing so much but you know i still have my pixel xl i just rollout offer at one computational photography idea which i have not had time to do which is if you can control the the focus plane in software from your camera you could imagine marching your focus plane for word right and basically doing a three d reconstruction of a scene using only the regular cameras so if something had enough stuff you could actually do that so if somebody wants to write a fun out just cycle through the focal planes see what is you know hat most focus at each range and you could probably reconstruct a poor man's three d version of a scene or or do what the light tro does which is a very expensive legal camera that uh effectively does that and allows you to choose what partisan focus after the fact.

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"mataya" Discussed on Tech News Today

Tech News Today

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"mataya" Discussed on Tech News Today

"To always be aware of all forms of sexism because in all sorts of forms of discrimination on as you mentioned earlier it's not just women who have experienced some of these challenges but also man uh it it could be any sort of dynamic bid people shouldn't be uh people should be treated equally we should be eagles were were in the workforce we should be treated on the same level as everyone else so uh i just hope that we can find a better for path going forward it's a few fake katie roof of course took crunch of vigil podcast for tested show weather was definitely go to crunch dot com turned woody sorry sorry sorry a challenge podcast now earlier to it is podcasts ventures gutted you so much thank you so much equity podcasts took crunch a dot com katie thank you will talk to serve our eggs but we got some feedback to from mataya scholtz writes about our discussion a few weeks ago about google no longer scanning our email to send us targeted ads i suggested may be this is the first sign that gemaleya no longer be free in the future matthias as i do think that this is the first step towards making g male paid service since google can still collect important information from g male other than using it for personal as adds plus it's still a gateway to their other products g male is used more up for more than generating ad revenue is now a very important source of information for google now it's also important portal to google other services such as its calendar productivity apps and music google never said the sites would not be used for personal ads personalized ads through your point i mean dudes gene milf feeds a lot of things uh and module's for serving out so uh very good point.

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