21 Burst results for "Matias"

"matias" Discussed on EDMlivesets & Podcasts

EDMlivesets & Podcasts

03:39 min | 3 months ago

"matias" Discussed on EDMlivesets & Podcasts

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"matias" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:48 min | 6 months ago

"matias" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Guitar. And that comes from Jasmine Williams record, which is called unwind First. Here's some music from the Taiwanese people player Chung Yu fang and the German pianist Matias Fry. Morning. That's right. Yeah. Oh, That is a one woman duet, Jasmine.

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"matias" Discussed on Take it or Leave it

Take it or Leave it

02:54 min | 7 months ago

"matias" Discussed on Take it or Leave it

"So as tiffany urinate. S- i i mean. My pregnancies were not normal though. So i think it's hard for me to relate to people that had normal pregnancies. Because i was on bed rest and had surgeries and was medicated and was always worried when i was pregnant every pregnancy was awful awful. It was awful because it was scary. Because we we worried. And i lost babies before so i had You know a couple of miscarriages before matias. And then matisse s. I was ended up in the hospital and preterm labor. I think it was eight. Hospital visits before delivery with him was a lot and And that was our first so it was very very very scary because we had never traveled that road and then we had matias and then when we decided to do it again with sophia it was a little bit a little bit easier because we kinda knew what to expect but it was still. It was still really difficult. Being put on bedrest at six months and being on medical was only two visits there were a couple of preterm visits but not not as bad wine. And then the other one when you were doing stuff. You weren't supposed to and had to go in with her. I broke up. A fight broke up a fight six months with who at a at a at the high school she Wheelchair after her surgery and on the way home she decided to get out of her car. Walk across the parking lot and break up a fight. Well the kid was getting ready to digital was getting ready to kill the other kid. It wasn't just like a brawl. One get had a brick in his hand so i kind of had to intervene because that was an intense situation. But i was. You know. I mean especially when you teach at a high school. He never knows he's broken so but then i did. I had real bad contractions and ended up in preterm labor again. It was it was too. You know it was. It was a lot being pregnant was a lot. I'm sorry but i love. I love when people have really normal pregnancies and they can go about their daily life and like. I think that's great. I think everything about that is wonderful to i think. Did you hit something when you shoot. Did i hear a little little lower than you were before mother. Did you pee on your equipment. Hello can you hear me now. No got the might. I think it's out now. She's.

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"matias" Discussed on Data Engineering Podcast

Data Engineering Podcast

05:34 min | 11 months ago

"matias" Discussed on Data Engineering Podcast

"Projects in applications that are using growing volumes of data needing to be able to process those scale ably, and that the previous two decades were dedicated to relational databases as the overall space of digital data management grew and matured. You're saying that the current decade that starting now is going to be the realm of graph data and this growth in graph are into thinking. I'm wondering what you see is the driving force behind that growing popularity and the need for graft technologies and how that's going to shape the future trends in technology. I think the big trend that we see in I mean just going back to the last the last era of data management the scaling out. We saw just so much data being captured and companies and individuals trying to catch up with that data being able to put it somewhere and put it to us and I. Think now that we have sort of kind of wrap their heads around like how do we manage this much data located all over the world? I. Think. The next frontier in data management is how do we get the maximum amount of value out of the state right I think of it is kind of like. Like you open a fire hose, like the first problem you have is, what do we do with all the water right? Where do we put the water and then the next problem is, how do we put this water to good use and technology really zooms on the latter problem of understanding how the relationships in the data make the data more valuable they amplify value in the data the more you can connect data, the more valuable it becomes, and that I think is a fundamental insight that more and more companies individuals are arriving at, and we're currently just at the. Very frontier of that, but I believe that the next decade or so we'll see much more of that where these people sit down and say, okay, what we have this data now, how can we get the maximum amount of value out of it to drive better value propositions to build better products to better customer experiences whatever it is that you know your organization is optimizing for by being able to look at the data as interconnected pieces that enrich each other you are in a position to build. Better experiences and you can already see some companies doing that and out competing other companies without pressure we will see more and more technology teams being sort of led to the graph table, and that's I think is sort of the reason for for that shift towards graph technologies, which obviously does not mean that any of the older technologies are being invalidated right like the the rise of no sequel did not diminish sql. Oh, the relational model it enriches it rethink camped similarly think that graph sort of. The next layer on top of the data management cake of being able to put all of this data together and make it more valuable and on that point two, there's the interesting question of the way that that graph information is manifested where there are plug ins for relational systems or data modeling techniques for being able to embed a graph into a relational model, using things like RDF triples or associative data structure. But then there are also database Jeez that are specifically bill for being able to start. In analyze graphs structures, and I'm wondering what your thoughts are on the overall trade-offs of when to use which implementation and your thoughts on the use of graph databases as the primary data store or something complimentary two different data store that acts as the canonical source of truth. Yeah. That's that's a deep. That's a deep and very multifaceted question. So I think I'm GonNa Start, with the first piece when you were kind of talking about like when to use graft technology if I heard you is that right? Okay Yeah. I like when I I think people ask us this all the time. This is probably one of the most popular questions that not not have the opportunity to coach in talk to teams about and. It really starts at the beginning we like to think about or coach people through thinking whether or not the problem there describing needs, graph data and what we really mean by that is whether or not be relationships or the links or the connections within or across your data helps provide more insight or helps provide more understanding for the prom trying to solve. If you're thinking about those questions with your problem and you're screaming yes, absolutely. That's that's a telltale sign that you that you do need graph technology but more often than not you know when we have those conversations, people are thinking well, i. I really don't know I don't know if my my problem needs connected data and usually we will take the problem that we're working with and try. And break it down a little bit further into a smaller a smaller question and and really to just digging a little further where you're trying to find at any point. Do you need connected data across your across your systems to answer this question because once you get a true? Yes. That's that's really when you're moving into the realm of graph thinking or needing graph technology and from there. Potentially oversimplifying but from their Matias, really we commonly see and talk about there being two approaches whether or not. You're really looking at needing graph database or you're really talking about graph algorithms GonNa talk about the ladder I. So when you're when you know that you need relationships in your data, you know the next step that you really want to do with it is to put it into a graph structure into analyze it. Maybe maybe you need to understand the between the centrality across your. Whole graph or you want to understand page rank for your graph. When you're thinking about these global analytics, the global understanding of the topology of your data, you're really thinking about graph algorithmic and wanting to.

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"matias" Discussed on Jesus is the Christ

Jesus is the Christ

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"matias" Discussed on Jesus is the Christ

"So now clap okay. Hello and good day This is disciple Mattias. Talking and I'm going to show you my new set or my new idea here about what I plan to do in the future and I plan basically to To do my own thing and not interact Really with other preachers Draw do my own thing and those who wanna listen can do so and those who don't want to listen Of course can choose not to so. That's the idea. I have made my senior videos for available through a public playlist on my show. Decide Matias channel so all these video did from nature in nature are now available that you can watch them if you want I've been thinking about a bit. The ball am.

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"matias" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"matias" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"It because then I dumped the Coleman there so that there is if there's a free on it then what happens is that it does the colts of free for this sort of we can't jump back out so anyway so and then also merry could use Dio type Matias earth put it a baby sock cap at once underneath the chin and chest once in the back where the sort of boys in back of the neck and then you could put tap one place where they're on the private side arrived because any doubt what diatomaceous earth does is that a public shock and so any please any customization of please kick Annette I'll fly a millipede Hey a spider that walks through it it's their shell and then they dehydrate die naturally it also Pat a couple little bit into where the beds are that's a excellent place or they sleep on the couch Pat a little bit of cases any riders that is doesn't hurt anybody and distal breathe in the dust is what when the dust is flying you know either you know where a mask or something like that too but wanted us to settle everything is just fine do you look online and get diatomaceous earth make sure you get food grade food grade so Carly here we go okay yes it did Meara year I survived we got the rain drops I did yeah there you go into the use ember law known I always it with good intentions have one in the truck yeah I'm always out of the truck into where I was at before I realize all I should get a bratty umbrella yeah so I have an umbrella in my car to you with the same intentions but that night I always have a rain jacket on too yeah I'm just like I don't know I just try to sometimes I'm like yeah I need it because like drenching night on a like come in and have to shake like a dog but other times I'm just like me whatever yeah now I know it is this is crazy I always say when the truck and I always forget that gallery in going you know maybe I should grab them not around says just splash into the bottles all right so anyway okay who took care that to give a holler six five one six four one one or seven one six five one six four one one oh seven one you got any questions for me dogs cat we appreciate it so we can get the show on the road and get talking about what you want so that's why we live a lie and you did he give me stuff to talk about or if I can get on my soapbox to talk about you always do that and also remember the.

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Trade war dims outlook for U.S. business operations in China

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:03 min | 1 year ago

Trade war dims outlook for U.S. business operations in China

"A lot of american companies that make or buy products from china are starting to rethink doing that as a new round of tariffs takes effect this weekend. Import taxes are making king chinese goods more expensive in the united states but finding alternative suppliers. Isn't that cheap either. N._p._r.'s scott horsely has the story. Many american companies are facing rising costs because the tariffs ba- robert delorean doesn't have to worry the lawrence c._e._o. Of the x._l. Brands company which sells clothing the isaac mizrahi right and halston labels among others he began moving out of china some time ago not because of tariffs but in order to find faster more flexible suppliers who could jump on fashion trends and turnout clothes in just six weeks delores x._l. Now manufacturers in a variety of countries including indonesia india and sri lanka and is exploring production in central and south america. You never want to have all your eggs in one basket in terms of supply china was easy in retrospect. Probably we had ninety percent of your production. In china that wasn't good risk management planning the laura and has gone from making seventy percent of his clothes in china to less than twenty percent sent but it wasn't easy. He spent two years flying around the world trying to line up factories five deliveries to get it right everything that could go on clothes from the new factories didn't fit right but i or the fabric wasn't what he expected. Many companies are now going through a similar process s. of trial and error as they look for alternatives to chinese factories in hopes of avoiding the president's tariffs the truth is that the trade war is a little bit of a wakeup call for many companies jerry matias vice president with bain and company consultants based in singapore. He says rising labor costs in china. Were already causing some companies to look elsewhere for suppliers and the trump tariffs have accelerated that but uh other countries will need a lot of investment match the expert manufacturing base and the robot shipping shipping network that china's built up over the last two decades a survey by the american chamber of commerce in china which represents has business there says most companies that do relocate okay look to southeast asia the at phnom exports. The u._s. jumped thirty three percent in the first six months this year. Mexico is another popular popular destination. Roberto deraza works for company. They're called events that helps manufacturers set up shop in mexico also held three conference calls with potential clients in in a single day this week but for now he says most are keeping their options open. Not many of them are pulling the trigger. My feeling it's that many of them are gathering information nation and if the trail continues for a long time just making the decision of coming into mexico mexico offers the advantage of much shorter delivery livery times to the u._s. but it has risk of its own just three months ago president trump was threatening tariffs on goods made their trump has urged companies worried about tariffs to move production election back to the united states but only about six percent the american companies operating in china are considering that harry moser who runs the reassuring initiative estimates twenty five percent would find manufacturing the u._s. competitive if they took tariffs transportation and all other costs into account. Probably they made the right decision going to china when wages were so low probably should have reevaluated at five years ago but now that they feel they have to bring a lot of work out of china. Now is the perfect time to reevaluate the u._s. As an alternative but some companies are staying put louisiana-based crown crass makes baby blankets and other products in china ceo randall chestnut told investors this summer he looked at moving production to half a dozen different countries but ultimately decided it was cheaper to stay in china and pay the tariffs but we think we're going to have to bite the bullet according to the american chamber sixty percent of the u._s. This companies now operating in china have no plans to relocate

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An orchestra of instruments made out of vegetables

Inside Europe

03:20 min | 2 years ago

An orchestra of instruments made out of vegetables

"The vegetable orchestra is celebrating twenty years of surprises and reinventions Christian Cummins went along to one of their rehearsals. A violin? Improvised from two leaks. A flute made by drilling into a cucumber a sort of trumpet, carved from a pumpkin. These are just some of the instruments that the members of the cult vegetable orchestra carefully working into shape around the table in the city's full district blowing into the instruments to test. The sounds and then carving and to drilling some more to improve the tone. So our vegetables natural wonders of musicality his founding member Matias mine hot, actually, it's a very bad material to make music out of it's actually a talent to make music. And that's I think the main idea to make music on something that's challenging you to Michigan. It's a challenge of adaptability. And of innovation that takes patience and the love of the absurd as whether they love of let's say unusual sounds. I can't take the league while in which is actually for me a very from the sound. It's very very vegetables. And also, the kind of playing familiar very unique because you take two leaks one is the body and the league is the both and then wrap it became each other entities. Let's say this drinks inside the structure of leak. They're kind of making squeaking noise like like, torture Ratto. So. And this is sound. Is hard to play. Also because not not always so. I think it's very very simple. Susannah, got my you has a background in the fine arts and plays a regular bass clarinet in her spare time has been performing with the vegetable orchestra for twelve years now, and she says, it's a constantly evolving process. I don't know how many insurance we invented during the time, really lots. And it's also the fact that everyone specialized in some instruments and many schools of building instruments, some people think flute has to people like that. And other people have another school of building the flute, and yes, so it's a constant process actually to invent new ways of playing triple. Triple a Stradivarius violin can become a valuable family Eloun, but the life cycle of a vegetable instrument is short as that of a may fly. Just the day of the concert begins in the outside market at dash to the iconic national in central Vienna. For example, looking for fresh vegetables to create sounds. It's like cooking. Actually, you buy something buy the vegetables than you prepare them for. Let's say the soup and the end you eat this open the same processes, actually our concert. That means new vegetables Vold every morning shaped in the afternoon and then used to perform onstage at the end of the process. The vegetables are literally boiled up into a soup that served to the audience after the Consett giving fans a fully immersive experience.

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"matias" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:54 min | 2 years ago

"matias" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"NewsHour from the BBC World Service hearing broadcasting house with me John donelson Gaza's economic statistics make for grim reading according to the World Bank. Fifty four percent of the labor force in the tiny Palestinian, territories unemployed. The figures up to seventy percent for youth. Unemployment around eight out of every ten Gazans are dependent on food aid and around half of Gaza's population of around two million people are registered refugees. Well, today, the UN is launching an appeal to raise three hundred fifty million dollars for Palestinian refugees, who it says are in dire humanitarian need it comes after the United States cut off hundreds of millions of dollars of you and funding tested for Palestinians. Economists been impacted by a blockade maintained by Israel, and Egypt. They say for their security and incomes have also been affected by Palestinian Authority. Sanctions on HAMAs the movement, which has been power in Gaza since. Two thousand and seven while the BBC's Michelle Hussein visited one of the refugee camps with Matias smaller head of Gaza's operations for the UN agency for Palestinian refugees. This is where the day starts for most families more than ninety percent of the population. Don't have access to safe drinking water seeing happened is if people bringing Jerry cans to a series of taps in the wall, and they're filling them up our health stuff telling me, it's odd drinkable, but people drink it people who can afford it will by drinking water. Expend that's expensive most people quality so bad here. We are very close to the sea. So the ground water has high levels of salination, and the desalination system in Gaza has broken down the reason it's broken down is 'electricity. We're walking through the camp. The children are coming out of buildings and watching us walk down the street together when you say that people are living in poverty. Why is that the answer to that is twelve years of locate we live in a place that is very small forty kilometers by six to twelve lawmakers in with and there's almost two million people living in this constraint space, and it's completely sealed off from the rest of the world has gotten in Gaza. Shouldn't it be providing for people here rather than you? Yes. I think the the responsibility of host authorities is to to cater to essentially provide essential services like be like water lack proper sewage. And I think the fact that much of that is nonfunctional is a reflection of ten years of government by the authorities. Just walking up to the seafront. Now, it's a beautiful day looking out across the Mediterranean warm winter sunshine, the seagulls over the waves, but I can see the water playing out directly into the sea. Now, if you look at what I think, you can see even with the naked eye, the dirty water, and this is not because of soil this is because every day the equivalent of forty two Olympic size, swimming, who is off sewage and garbage. It gets pumped directly into the this is one of the point can smell it in the air. What does that mean for health from you, would you would you walk into the sea? Here the World Health Organization is officially warning. And in fact, also the ministry of health over minister of health against bathing in the sea Palestinian children who has standing around next to us. They should not be going. There's a young man I can see in a small boat just beneath us by the water's edge. What about fishing can people making living from fishing one of the pumpkin debates with Israel is the fishing zone because in order to slash for safe fish that are not contaminated by the water. We see coming out of that you need to be a distance out. To go out at the moment. Three miles and three miles is not enough. Israel says the brocade is maintained for security reasons. And indeed Egypt will said blockades on Gaza's. Just a short distance from the Israeli parts of the I'm wondering where the contaminated water that way watching flow into the Mediterranean. How far does it read the ocean currents are drifting north of some of this polluted water is reaching Isreaeli beaches and coastline? We've now walked into. What is a small U N compound within the camp? And this is a food distribution centers. One of our fifteen food distribution centers. This is the main one for the beach candidate. We just come from about sixty percent of the million people get food frost living with abject, poverty, as we call it that means on about a dollar just a bit more than a dollar a day. So about six hundred thousand people really depend on this food. They would not survive if they didn't have this. And what about these people who are coming to the windows are refugees receiving, and then this is one of the windows where staffer than handing out the goods entitled. Now, the biggest donor up until the beginning of this year was the United States for Gaza. We need roughly a hundred ten million per year last year twenty seventeen we got ninety million one hundred ten million from the United States eighty million food as a result of that dramatic cut at the beginning of the year. We ran out of money for this at the end of June. We were only able to continue it and what you're seeing today because the rest of the organization gave us in advance. We get rest of the UN you going to do in the long run. My hope is that the appeals to the international community to prevent Gaza. Sliding into a Yemen style situation of massive hunger. Will be heard what all over the world. What do you think of what you see? How does it in contrast with what you see the disastrous I've had encountered where either natural Etsu, NAMI an earth. Earthquake or manmade in terms of your this is the first time I confronted with a humanitarian prices entirely manmade as a result of the. If people had their own jobs and earn their own money, which they would have we would not need to do. This natural disasters are uncontrollable, this is controllable if there was a different security situation. Israel would say it's not possible with the current reality. The current stance of HAMAs. I understand the security argument. But I also think that we need to be very careful not to put the entire two million population into that basket, you know, I would claim that the Israelis know, so well, what goes on in and know who the potential people are that would pose a security threat to them if they wanted to they could with reasonable safety. Let the peace loving people earn a living for themselves..

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"matias" Discussed on Back To Work

Back To Work

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"matias" Discussed on Back To Work

"It didn't seem confused about as long as you get it in right? The first time like it works pretty well. And it's a good idea to have that stuff, obviously setting sitting nearby ready. But yeah, I thought the the setup has come so far so far. So I mean, all of that stuff is is, you know, setting the stage. I think for actually getting it. In using it. But I'm curious. Did you did you? Although you recommend it. I should not get the keyboard folio or the pencil. I got both. I'm curious if you got either I did I got both. Yeah. I I know I like this thing a lot. I got the fully recover and the full keyboard cover. We could get to the keyboard of it's better than it used to be. But that's a pretty low bar. Yeah. It's not a great keyboard? It's not great to type on for extended. Periods of time typing on a pizza box. Yeah. Top. What what I my biggest complaint about it, isn't that? I think it's fine. Actually, I may be like it better in some ways than my MAC book. Pro keyboard, the new one well be I just hate that thing. But it's it's the problem that I have and you mentioned this. And I knew this before I got it was that when you fold the keyboard back, you're holding onto the keyboard. Which is not. That's not great. It's not good feels it feels weird. I don't like that. I don't want to set it down that way either. Because the keyboards on the desk or the table or whatever surface, you're setting it on it doesn't feel right? It feels it feels very wrong to me. Also, I feel and tell me if you've noticed this. I don't feel like it is connected to the back of the ipad. As securely as the other one. Did I feel like it's a little bit? A little bit. Like the notice that. I mean, this is a really a story of trade. I guess, you know, let's just go at this format. We'll just we'll just talk June interview. Right. Yeah. But yes, let's just roll with this high reboot. You know, it's it's all ended all that out. Yeah. That's fine. I'll never it is a very low bar to say this is better than the other one. But it is such a story of trade offs. Because you know, what do you do more than anything else with this ipad? When you're not using your carrying it around. Whether that's how you hold it in your hand. How you put in a backpack put on your desk, whatever that is. It's a story of trade offs. And what this is their best solution. They've got for a way to have a physical keyboard that you use on your fancy ipad in landscape mode and looking at this what from the perspective of say, nineteen eighty you go. Wow. What are you complaining about? That's incredible. That you can do that at all. But. But you know, it's. Even people who are super-duper hard hardcore. I've had pro fans users workers all. All my friends on podcast who used these things all say the same thing uniform. You know, what if you're gonna charge a lot charge even more and give me just really really good keeper, right? Yeah. Because for two hundred bucks. I mean, you can get you can get a bluetooth keyboard for sixty dollars. That is way more fun to us with this. But it isn't part of the cover. So you have to of ask yourself. Well, do you want to live with that trade off all the time? And for some people the answer is clearly, yes, they love having the external keyboard there, all the time the tungsten as a little bit extra bulk to it when you carry it around. But an I used it for a short period of time. And it's it's okay. As far as typing. It's it feels very insubstantial to type on it. But was going to say was I I've seen people my friends doing this thing where they shake it a little bit. And it kind of quivers and bounces. But I was pretty amazed with how that that. Eh does stay in the little channel. Yes. It does. Stay for many, dang, ding, dang magnets on it. Really? Is stay in there. Yeah. But yeah, I don't know. I put a couple of links and show notes the show you the the thing that I use the setup I still from Jason Snell, which is that stand. Plus that Matias keyboard not perfect,.

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Can eating organic food lower your cancer risk?

Paul W. Smith

01:22 min | 2 years ago

Can eating organic food lower your cancer risk?

"Hot tamales, Hershey's chocolate bars Tootsie pops and jolly ranchers skittles, our number one. Yeah, I'd Milky Way. Did not milky ways. Not fair Snickers is the only candy bars Welsh Hershey's traditional chocolate bars. Corn candy corn is candy corn is kind of worthless. To me, it's like orange sugar. You know? I don't know. I don't get it. All right. Well, anyway, that's that. Now, we gotta get going because we're gonna be late. We'll get off at nine o five if we don't catch up here. Can someone pull Brian down from the ceiling? Please extra. This is one of the most beloved host piano concertos in the entire repertoire king or joins the Detroit Symphony Orchestra to perform Greeks piano concerto. Also sent to Matias revolving conduct Sibelius is bracing. Symphony. Tickets starts at only fifteen dollars. Call three one three five seven six fifty one eleven or visit D S dot org. This Thursday and Saturday an orchestra reeks moral piano concerto with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra. In

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"matias" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"matias" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Sterling Madrid has begun to monitor the talks to see if there's a chance to make a move for the England international while there seems to be mutual interest to keep the Twenty-three-year-old that Ed stadium. Sterling only has two years remaining on his current deal. Barscelona looking upgrade its defense have identified. I XE year old Matias still is a prime target for next summer transfer window while the center, backward, commanded, Hugh transfer fee believes who'd be less than the one hundred thirty million euros necessary. The pri- Bali from Napoli good news. The New York Giants is expect outside linebacker Libyan Burnitz make his season debut Thursday against the Philadelphia Eagles. The twenty eight year old is missed the years. First five games through a high ankle sprain. Returns to a defense tied for the least amount of sex in the NFL was six Philadelphia. Seventy Sixers center Joel Embiid assigned the richest footwear and apparel endorsement deal ever given to a center as a twenty. Four-year-old degrees to terms with Under Armour over offers from Puma new balance and be joined a roster and Under Armour which includes Steph curry Tom Brady and Bryce Harper. The dodgers Maine Clayton Kershaw game one starter the NFC s on Friday while the brewers have yet to name their starter. Meanwhile, the starters have been announced for Saturday's game at Fenway park in Boston when the Red Sox having Chris sale on the Houston Astros counter with Justin Burland on Dan Schwartzman. That's your Bloomberg NBC world sports update. Global news twenty four hours a day at Bloomberg dot com for Bloomberg business app and talk on Twitter. This is a Bloomberg business flash. Good morning. Seventeen minutes past the hour. I'm Bryan Curtis in the Bloomberg interactive brokers studio in Hong Kong Asian futures suggest some sharp losses after Tory out of selling on Wall Street as mentioned the Dow Jones industrial average is down eight hundred thirty one points three point two percent. The s&p five hundred down three point three percent. The NASDAQ off more than four percent and down below. It's two hundred day moving average of how you might like to see whether or not some of the Asian stocks having been down so much might get a bit today. Well, Alibaba trading in the United States was down for a fifth day as it dropped five point nine percent in this latest session Deutsche Bank, cut Ali Baba's target price to one eighty nine from one ninety six and this is on some concerns about gross merchandise value for the quarter ending in September could be softer than the previous three months. Now Deutsche Bank is the most bearish among fifty analysts even so that price target implies a thirty percent upside move from Ali Baba's close on Tuesday. So kind of gives you an idea it's difficult to gauge these things down for a ninth day off three point three percent. JD dot com down four and a half percent. Yes. Looking like a day of pretty aggressive selling here. We'll get to all the number is a little bit later in New Zealand that market. Down to twenty. That's two point four percent. Asx two hundred down one point eight percent dollar. Didn't do much yields didn't do much three point one six percent on the ten year. New apply. Seventy two seventy one nineteen minutes past the hour. Let's get a news update. Mark mills is in the Bloomberg news remark. Thank you Brian hurricane. Michael blasted into Florida's panhandle coast. The most powerful storms ever recorded in the region downing trees knocking out power flooding communities.

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"matias" Discussed on Unfake It Till You Make It

Unfake It Till You Make It

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"matias" Discussed on Unfake It Till You Make It

"I don't know why said second because I think you're not gonna ask for the first that's way way second. Are you gonna for the first. Okay. What's the first? I. I really enjoyed Romeo and Juliet. I don't know who did it. The ninety s? Yes. Yes. The one that the modern very often very unique punky right. It was Kristin Kristin in and Gabriel. I think what's the Kristen. I don't know what's this girl. Sokaia national security now, national wait, Claire, Danes. Okay. Leonardo DiCaprio, and I don't remember what directed it. Yeah, those are good. Get another one came to my. It's getting, you know, look Basan those incredible stuff. And I like the the big blue from this on. I like the fifth element this and then obviously the a classes that's one of those three. Oh, okay. Romeo and Juliet. I really appreciate but the the for the two clockwork orange in fifth element, I, I've loved those in watch several times the wow, good choices. Absolutely. Okay. Now, what do you want written on your epitaph? Oh, my God. I don't know. I think somebody else should do that. Okay. I, I'll be. Yeah, that's a good one. Yeah. Why are we have to be so you know, just let someone whatever they think of me. Let's see what they right, I think so. I hope I hope somebody that knows me. Does it just some guy that's like, yeah, make exactly by looking at your your body's. Yeah. Yeah. So yeah, I think that's for somebody else to cool to to do. Excellent. Okay. Final question. What can people do right now like literally tonight or tomorrow that can push them one step closer to where they wanna go in in life. Let's say the entertainment industry are. Specifically, I guess I would say take that first step or take that next step. Okay. Well, how can they do that? Okay. That's the hardest part, right? That's the hardest part after you take a step, you can take many, but what's a thing? Exactly. But no. What what I guess what I mean is that I find a lot of people chain. What what do I do? Well, just do something, you know, and you'll figure it out by see a lot of people that tell me, what do I do, but they don't do anything. So, yeah. So if just do something and as you do it, you're gonna find. Whoa, you're going to get feedback, then your feedback, we'll get you to something else, different better, whatever to to follow those steps to be a little bit more specific, get your work together that your work together and show it and don't cry, be big critically. Let critics the critics. Don't stop yourself before before you go out there because one tends to be very hard with with with the self and in some on is enough. But yeah, I know, right, yeah, but TISCO out there get get your, whatever you it is, what that you do, do it and do it and show it and and and try to to share it. Eventually, if your work is it's good and you're going to be successful, and if it's not, you're going to get better and better. Oh, by little. Yeah, definitely. I like that. Yeah, just do. Just do try to have a plan, but but what I mean when I say do it's whatever you do do it. That's some people and and I found myself in the same position, how do I do this? How I want to be a composer? Well, you need to compose. You don't compete. You're never going to be closer. I want to edit. Well that it because if you don't simp- this, the simple thing, the small simple thing you can do now, we'll lead you to the immoral. Advanced just wants to do.

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"matias" Discussed on Unfake It Till You Make It

Unfake It Till You Make It

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"matias" Discussed on Unfake It Till You Make It

"But as you say, the frequency lately, I found my is very tired because of that the the, the blue frequency on on the screen. So that's a good idea. Actually, I'm gonna I'm gonna try that. I have the app is called flux. It's for both phone. And for your computer thing is when you know you're going to color correct. A little night, you're gonna forget and you're like, what's going on? Oh, and yet the. Click it off. Yeah, and then you turn it back on everything off. Right, and yeah, you it's harsh, do things max. Have this thing already there you don't need to add and we run max in. The other thing is that I call a correct on monitor on a on a video monitor on the computer screen. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. So that it doesn't matter how my screen looks like and I and I do that because I never done this flip of the blue, but I do bring my brightness all the way down when I work. Okay. And, and so, yeah. Okay. I know. I mean just a little. So as long as I can see now to me, it's like a paper. You need to see it. You need to see the screen and needs to look like a paper. It doesn't need to jump at your face. I see where things are. That's good enough. Wow, I read something I thought that you're supposed to have the screen. Brighter. Interesting. Maybe I got it backwards. No, I mean, maybe but for my is at this point they hurt you've tested it and it makes you feel better if it's lower. Wow. I think you're right. You might get a little bit more squinty but when but the muss I mean selves are handling all this brightness. So yeah, and I feel it. I feel it and I guess it's after being in front of a screen for so many years, but but yeah, I have to turn it down IVA program or too. So it's a problem. Everything's on screen for me. So it's, it's, it's tricky. We program our house, so I'm a sleepless Bros programmer in c. sharp more. I know the c sharp minor in in music, but I don't hang up. The c sharp minor works too, but as well. So you know? Yeah, yeah. Well, so so the screen is a problem for me in. I've been talking to people about it. I was looking at. I don't know if you looked at this masterclass website. Yeah, which is all the big big guys. They just sit there and gives us a masculine class. So I enrolled there and I so hand simmer, which is the obviously the musician for all this incredible movies and he's got so many screens in front of him, and I wonder how he does it because he spends all day looking at those screens and maybe it's just me, no, I think everyone it affects everyone. I wonder if he gives any tips. Have you watched it yet? I think on the half halfway through. So no, I don't know yet. Okay. Yeah, I'd like to check some of those out. There's there's quite haven't seen any editors. On the on the on the site I kind of, yeah, I'm sure it will come out will show what about Martin Scorsese's editor. That'd be cool. She. Yeah, she's, oh, yeah. I mean. It's tons of geniuses. Scrape doctors that will turn around a script on the on the screen, like nothing. So anyway, back back to the desk for a second. How does your desk look because I can tell you what mine looks like? I, I have to apple boxes. I should just show you. It's kind of funny like an editor's desk is kind of funny. I have any see, like I write one for that one for the mouse. That's awesome. It's pretty good with apple, the little thin apple boxes..

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Actress Cynthia Nixon, a Dem challenger for NY gov, calls ICE 'terrorist' group, wants it abolished

Armstrong and Getty

04:04 min | 3 years ago

Actress Cynthia Nixon, a Dem challenger for NY gov, calls ICE 'terrorist' group, wants it abolished

"The most irritating member of the cast and sex and the city which says a lot i mean you really have to work to be most irritating member of the cast and sex in the city but cynthia nixon is now running for governor of new york she will lose horribly to andrew cuomo of course but she says that her program is that she definitely definitely wants to abolish is right no boarders so when trump says the democrats don't borders and then the media says that's a lie cynthia nixon pretty much just set out loud what you're not supposed to say out loud there being separated throughout this country by nice yes i think we need to abolish ice that seems really clear they have strayed so far from the interests of the american people and the interest of humanity we need to we need to abolish okay and your solution to people crossing the border illegally would be what the answer is the solution we just let people cross the border illegally so in president from the democrats he is not wrong about this year is trump yesterday saying democrats are are by not deterring were crossing they're creating a child smuggling industry there is some truth to this people are suffering because of the democrats so we've created they've created and they've let it happen a massive child smuggling industry exactly what it's become okay i do like how president trump announces industry industry it's he he does he just to piss people off i think but he's exactly right here and he's also right when he says listen the media have been complaining about the inhumane treatment of children well what about the inhumane treatment of children under obama there was some attention paid to this in two thousand fourteen two thousand fifteen but it wasn't on the cover of time magazine obama frowning down at a crying child wrapped in aluminum foil blankets here is president trump going off on the media you look back at twenty fourteen during the obama administration they have pictures that was so bad they had a judge said it was in your main the way they were treating children take a look at some of the court rulings against the obama administration they talked about in main treatment i read a my looked at them they're all over the place in new main treatment they were treating them terribly he's totally right about this now the left has of course responded by saying that trump is uniquely evil individual cory booker is just the most if cynthia nixon was the most irritating member of the sex in the city cast cory booker is most irritating person in the united states in politics i mean cory booker and his virtue signaling he is just awful in every way you remember when he started shouting at who was shouting ad in his is it was kirsten nielsen makes perfect sense shouting at her and now he is now he is saying this is moral vandalism of our values i love how everything that cory booker says was written by aaron sorkin here's cory booker we just have to do this and stop doing this moral vandalism one or value that you see is going on it's just unacceptable and it's barely english but i guess the point is clear it's moral vandalism about then nancy pelosi a woman who is for aborting babies pretty much until you're actually dies and fulcrum and being like nancy pelosi is so pro abortion that you're seventy eight and you've been born for seventy eight years now she still thinks that there's a question whether your mom should be able to abort you now nancy pelosi she says this right here is outside the circle of human behavior it's outside the circle of human behavior dentures a in around go for it nancy the president in either not knowing not caring delusional and denial about his own policies being outside the circle of civilized human behavior he's a monster gender stand he's an absolute monster and then then then here's the here's the here's the hard part for democrats jay johnson you remember that guy is the department of homeland security secretary under the obama administration he sort of admitted that in two thousand fourteen they expanded family detention hoops when two thousand fourteen to deal with the spike then with the families we did a number of things including by the way working with the government of mexico and obtaining their cooperation on securing their southern border but we also expanded family detention which was i freely admit controversial oops oops sees it turns out that all of trump's evil matias.

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"matias" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"matias" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Southwest border it a nail mujica director of the migrant activist group pueblo san frontiers says the migrants pose no threat to the us he says trump is demonizing them he doesn't care about the fact that factors were still here we're still strong and we're still fighting apprehensions along the us west border have been at historic lows since trump took office but figures released yesterday show a sharp increase in march with apprehe tensions triple what they were during the same month last year for the hundreds here in the park it's unclear exactly when they will head north the plan is to resume traveling together to the central mexican city of puebla from there everyone is on their own until then the hundreds of men women and children remain here in the park without shelters bathrooms or showers and little food daisy galvez says it's been rough and she wishes president trump would stop his attacks on them she fled honduras two months ago after gang members kidnapped and raped her fifteen year old daughter she says trump needs more compassion just say deals again i know that god will touch his heart so that he will accept us she says we don't want to cause anyone harm in the us we just wanna be safe carrie kahn npr news matias romero haka mexico are we still don't know if the terrorist threats being lobbed back and forth by the us and china will become a fullblown trade war but farmers in the midwest or already feeling effects from these early skirmishes earlier this week china imposed new tariffs on pork pressuring us producers who already struggle with razor thin profit margins i will radio is amy mayor reports that if the threat to target soybeans becomes real things for some us farmers could get a lot worse as howard hill wraps on the side of his nursery barn piglets stir inside we have a cell farm small cell forum here in nevada i would fill markets seven thousand hogs each year about a quarter of them will end up overseas and china is a major buyer hill says china even offers a market for parts of the pig that don't make money in the us like organs and skin the value some of those variety meats that we don't then it adds quite a bit to the value of each hog that we sell that means the new tariffs worry farmers here because they will undoubtedly lead.

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"matias" Discussed on The Joe Budden Podcast

The Joe Budden Podcast

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"matias" Discussed on The Joe Budden Podcast

"What does it mean when we say someone is a breast man it it doesn't mean they like good breast right yoko thought to their standards that's a mess continues to them it depends i asked me and when you say some i've asked man daryll mean they like the great asses michael moore what are what are you talking about what does that mean for america word i say to them it's a good ass emane our into his eyes from matias saying there as man normally would i i take it to mean is that they prefer as over everything else like it's a pretty high on their list so if somebody was telling me at their their ahead guy than what do you prefer it over because if you're asking me if i would uh have a choice between head sex i'm going sex and pussy in every time of course you also when you say i ha i don't understand which went ahead god the oh number number laude laude was y'all saying there's no such thing as a guy who's not a head guy that's the only thing ambrosiano god did and all of italy's doesn't resolve saying i have a theory to acting minute love only voluptuous women like with stupid big assasins too big too i think a lot of do like that ally borderline gay joe is going to play you i know with jobs i want slu women were until mother dudes that are only like they need to stupid big bought in his big thing i do i think they're trying to make up for they're trying to show the i like women but a slight though you really like elsewhere.

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"matias" Discussed on First Take

First Take

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"matias" Discussed on First Take

"This man deserves his money give him his matias plus they wanna last time you saw the steelers drop forty two on a number two defense in the thai nfl and the jacksonville jaguars in an afc divisional playoff game it was the day offenses fault that they lost that dan game given up 45 to blake borders are really 38 because this strip second in at faaborg foot touchdown bob their rottenberg gave up thirty eight point to play borders there's nothing to say there's there's no question there's no question that when the steelers need it the most getting trouble stephen a that it go to hail to where they want wanna hit the controlled the lead on their football team who they start with they start with 26 ottaway before max magnify lewis before mac speak max just so you know i interviewed love vr bell during the super bowl week when i was in minnesota his exact words to me war of course it ain't over he goes there's not all about the money but then he said of course we want to give paid eccentric sector he said but the other thing that's important is that excuse me i want to set the market to i don't want to sit there be the reason that teams have an excuse to low ball dudes steph follow me when they produce what are produced and that's a big deal as well there there's no doubt look i understand levy on zarghee he's one of the best dole threat running backs that this game has seen in a long long time there's no question about that but i'm saying from a team from a team side this is what's going to happen teams are going to look at karim hunt tv look at album kamara and you know look negotiations take on some funny turned sometimes even a teams can love you during the season enable pj the pope poeple like the better to levy on over and over and over again and you know he's the guy who can like level out all the problems but what happens is in negotiations come around store chain's lacks got what the issue here is that the nfl is set up to steal money from levy on bell that's that the system is set up to take running backs money you know your door.

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"matias" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

WMEX 1510 AM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"matias" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

"Get that go matias as it's true and it doesn't say now oh police find a hammer heroin male hidden in candy store oh a heroin mail was good front the owners are in new york city candy shop has had a bad thing when police discovered they were selling heroin oh lease a two men this is a fifty cents store the rapper i'll take it to the candy shop whatever pathetic gotti explain that 'cause that's gone crazy getgo and it wasn't a joke i i know thank god because it wasn't funny police said the two men presumed to run the operation disguise on a secret door as as as a sh shelf trump as a shelf yes affect does the state finance department arrived at to conduct an inspection bar untaxed cigarettes at gates candy grocery and were in brooklyn when it discovered the door here's the thing in brooklyn apparently the biggest crime going on his unpaid taxes on cigarettes how about that have been if that was like a drug sweep where you go we will look at perot drug dealers the only glad that i understand that your cops and that's what you know they would you busy looking for unpaid taxes on sometimes you to them pay your taxes sorrow you know they do that in brooklyn that's like the big scam they'll go down like quit say north carolina whatever where it's like cigarettes a cheap and then they bring it back up and they don't have to pay that nine dollars in taxes gift fourteen dollars for pakistan garrelts in new york that's that's rate makes them feel good about it wad quantities of drugs and drug paraphernalia and emails were paraphernalia don't get it anc wants you really confused the words you could nail or just like oh wow.

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"matias" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"matias" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Have to mend any sense is there when you guys got together un jamal be just because of the sec rivalry thing going on it i can you tell me now yep acknowledged was asking about any you know because he went to l as you when you went to florida what are your any issues about you getting together one near you realize you're going to be playing together i don't think we could actually but we appreciate matias may joining us at least for a couple of minutes unfortunately the canadian result epochal jets now i am i supposed to be a land law i i read come on is there i wanna say to sit him over the i know you hate me okay even on the biggest yet seen in a world of right and when you guys are all gone also be room formalism dead could you give us a damn good fo lie here please what a disgrace says grace iowa what is that god so typical it is franchise it really is digging bet if he was talking to france saturday so have the full line right you you will take we have bowls are gone for barilla am on all of a cabinet harold harold smick i've been a like he will ten super bowls idle dewitt of views endured a season is one all these championships that he's a hottie totti can you give us a full line i this fraying you all you do is frustrates fifty five freaky in years except for one of frustration and next year when you have your fiftieth anniversary that stupid super bowl three what you meant tidy or about the he's with the media guy should say they'll really the media guy should say celebrating fifty years without a super bowl appearance that which is just say on meda guide what a disgrace there are a disgrace we'll come back we'll come back but in god roberts here in the that the north.

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"matias" Discussed on Connected

Connected

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"matias" Discussed on Connected

"Chai bunch of fixes like i do the bluetooth pairing again a re book my devices i i try all sorts of possible waste to fix the problem and then i get in touch with the matias guys over email and on twitter and they send me an email about if you're using the keyboard with uh with an ipad luna us device you should know that there's and this is super strange because they said there's a bag that prevents thirdparty keyboards from keeping their connections alive all the time precisely because apple wants to have their secret sauce just for the magic keyboard i was like is in a bag or is it a strategy from apple i i mean when i look at this i don't really know how to read that because it means like reporting a bog and also being upset and maybe also believing something right like it it you could also read data's like the mattiace people really upset that this bug is there so they're assumption is apple wants to sell more keyboards right so they leave the book as opposed to just being a bug adana bo what is strange is that this is the first time in years that i hear about this problem i used bluetooth keyboards in the past like non apple keyboards other bluetooth keyboards i never had this problem myself so i really don't know what to believe honestly these toomey feels like these matias guys are not optimizing the bluetooth code properly for our us because it's it i get the i get the impression that these are mac i company and the the the are primarily.

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