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"matic" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Matic. Itwas ridiculously busy. I actually put off a workout. I thought it was gonna have time to ride the bike like I normally do on Mondays, and I was so busy answering phone calls. And making phone calls and then responding to emails and trying to get set these next two weeks are they're pretty jammed full in sports as we ramp up to the NFL draft. Of course, that's a week from Thursday. But then just seeing what's happening in the N B a in the NHL, realizing we're only a handful of weeks away from the start of the playoffs, the normally we'd be in the playoffs at this time of the year, but because they've been pushed back because the start of both Hoops and hockey were pushed back. The playoffs are pushed accordingly. And yet, here we are in the space where normally it's nut, so right and we have a chance to kind of catch up after March Madness after the Masters, Of course, everything that's happened in the NFL since the start of the new league here. It's It's interesting. It's different. I'm having. AH wouldn't say trouble, but I'm having to adjust my brain a little bit in my sports calendar, but MAN T to be able to see what's playing out on the court in the ice. It's pretty phenomenal, and there are some good races Division races playoff races that will carry us through this next month. It's after hours with Amy Lawrence on CBS Sports Radio, We're live from the Rocket Mortgage studios. When you need an expert to help navigate the home loan process, rocket can step off a screen right sideline fades and fired. He got another one.
Stella McCartney on the Business of Sustainable Design
"This week. We hosted the bureau f. Professional summit focused on closing fashion sustainability gap the if that must planned around the sustainability index and finding solutions to some of the challenges our industry faces and addressing so many topics from workers rights to waste from watering chemicals to materials view. Professional members can watch all of the talks on demand at business of fashion dot com in the meantime here stella mccartney at the oth professional summit. Stella how are you first of all. I'm sorry well thank you. how are you. it's been a crazy year. I'm still trying to process everything that's happened. But we are here today. To talk about sustainability and this is actually the continuation of a conversation that you and i have been having for many many years. We created the o. F. sustainability index. Because we wanted to insert some real comparable data to help us an industry gauge and measure progress because of course without data We can't measure how things are changing. The index covers transparency emissions water and chemicals materials workers rights waste. You know things that you and i have spoken about over the years and i was really interested to learn and read more about the work that you're doing in return of agriculture and regenerative farming. The magic solution for sustainability is not any single thing and actually what are the most important things to understand about our index. Is that everything intersects. All of these categories are intersectional. So what we've created them as separate elements of our index. They're all interlinked. So in the first instance can you tell us and explain to us what regenerative agriculture is. And why it's so powerful and how it works. We only came to this way of farming thousands of years ago because we actually even then didn't know how to farm oviously. We didn't know that when we took some much from the soil and other farmed the land that it would have nothing left to give us that stage we realized and was obviously ruined. Matic moved on and we learnt sadly were in a day and age where we have to learn
Cherry Blossom Trees in Washington DC Reach Peak Bloom Early Amid Warm Temps
"Has arrived for the cherry blossoms and because of the weather, it actually came early, and changes in the weather could also impact. How long the cherry blossom stick around. It certainly did rush through the last stage Mike Literacy with the National Park Service as that's due to the mild temperatures. We've had fact we did the last three stages in only six days, but any bad weather could be problem. Matic. We want to avoid high winds. We want to avoid heavy rains. We saw winded 2017 take out the flowers that year but literally says freezes that here also weaken them. That's not the case this time around those petals. Those blossoms are brand new. They're strong. Is there going to be and you know they may be able to withstand some wind or some rain, so hopefully there's more time for you to see them. Mike Murillo w T. O P News Police in
25 new additions made to National Recording Registry of the Library of Congress
"The new batch of sound has been added to the national recording registry and that fateful meeting this ended with this LaBelle song being among those added to the national recording registry of the library of Congress also celebrating spots on this year's list Kool and the gang Janet Jackson's rhythm nation eighteen fourteen and L. matic buying non historic clips include Phil Rizzuto as call of Roger Maris's sixty first home run the first recording of an eighteen seventy eight clip of Thomas Edison and more recent history the first ever podcast I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Designing charismatic voice assistants with Marie Kleinert and Ray-Allen Taylor - VUI Agency
"Some text to speech systems. I mean as far you can understand them. They sound grit. Wavenet sounds sounds cool. Custom voices like the bbc. Sounds pretty good. But what people don't really understand. Is that really to make them sound proper. Natural not robotic and not kind of boring and making you switch off with through. It does require a little bit of you. Know attention requires shaping and moulding is that is that where you see linguists really helping our as far as the snl. Monaco been making things. Sound mall human definitely like like probably for maybe the beginning choosing the voice actually. It's also nice to help To know about the phonetics of voice and the a voice can can foreign by and So that you can really help Explaining why certain some good or Might not be the right fit for. Maybe you're brand custom assistant but also as you said for lulu as l. tuning meaning and so on ready to help haven't earphones and to Now want paul's those can actually do in terms of emphasis and all these Now trend mechanics actually Which are in a voice and the voice paramedics s. I mean that's that's the end part of it. And he can do so many mistakes and so many wrong things at the beginning when you start developing the essence start thinking about how should this t t a sound and whereas the defensive record him on oh and how won't get changed the whole deal in that that's another erkki. Just do without them and if that goes wrong the best estimate on help you to find unit to have occurs matic voice in the end in. Go one step. I suppose before as well and making sure that you've actually you've got the right words in the first place in the right order. So we're getting talkin about covers my voice assistance. We're gonna question from malcolm auckland moment while we're on the concept of voices and you know t t s and all that kind of stuff that you You announced a partnership with vocal ide- relatively recently joined. Tell us a little bit. More about will then tells we're thinking about how could we. Maybe we would try to fit our like persona dine that we create on linguistic character traits and so on that we would actually like most of the cases to also have the voice which exit to that. So i think it's good to Also partner or To communicate with each eds providers Right at the start so that you don't come into project and you have already selected boys and then you then you do the persona. The is i smarts to Yeah start at the beginning and work together where working at the moment is usually have two models. One is very general like it says everything perfectly and house perfect pronunciations and has all the words so it can sound nice but most of the time it's very without a character without charismatic without everything because it's not recorded that way then afterwards he pulled on top the voice like like how should it sound and sounding is not the same as emotions and things like that and we thought and still believing that is historic data at the beginning And to should start at the beginning to have a Voice and that's why we got in contact with them and then start thinking about. How could we developed the first grade a mental models for this voice before even going into how voice sound so. We wanna give it emotions. I was Interest in what are you finding from the work that you do in. We'll we'll get into the the supposed to relate to charisma. It is really commitment. But it's more broader than that. I i would would agree. But i would. I would put charisma as kind of a personality. Trait could be one of many kind of traits. If you like but the concept of having a persona and overarching persona on a brand voice is something that you know some companies have. It's what we talk about quite a lot. You know but the doesn't seem to be a tremendous lord of examples of things. I cost him. Brian voices in in the conversation is based on lord. It's getting there but what you see in from the work. They are doomed. The clients that you're doing. What's the appetite for those those custom voices and costumed personas and things. That is that like a monday thing that you always do or is it something that you kind of need to spend a bit more time selling en and all kinds of stuff well again quite fast. As a matter of fact the courses will once you explained to them that this is. I mean this is the person speaking to your customers in the end was you'll worry so. The persona design is not only the part fall forward voicing auditor that a sound or emotional voice. It's also words. it's It's it's you'll conversational partner so to to have conversation unique to people you need to persons bolsa. Dan own uses story. And if you just go for a use case and i want to fulfil you use case then it's very one sided conversation nobody stat. Even if i'm not interested in a conversation and talk to you and you come on and you bubble bobble you keep on talking. I will have a use. I have my own user story already will have in my act out this conversation. And that's how i speak. That's how i phrase my sentences replies to you and presumably design is more than just. How does voice. It's it's how does it speak. how do i react. What do i want. The i want to try and sell something as well to make that person more comfortable in this situation or Maybe educate that person on something else that i could also do in grand like i'm telling you how to screw in schools somewhere because he just went to a care and bought new bad. It's so much more than just the
Amazon Workers’ Union Drive Reaches Far Beyond Alabama
"This hour we are talking about the union drive amongst amazon warehouse employees in bessemer alabama and. Why people in the world of labor and In modern american business are paying very close. Attention to how workers in alabama might vote As it could change a lot given the size of amazon the corporation now amazon is so big that we're kind of also informally launching a series. Hear about all the ways in which amazon is changing all of our lives so focusing on labor here today. if there's an area of life that you think amazon is changing and you'd like us focus on You know hop on to social media. Twitter facebook at on point radio and let us know what you'd like to us to look into or you can also give us a call at six one seven three five three zero six eight three looking for your ideas on areas of life that you want to learn more about that amazon. Might be changing. I'm joined today by steven. Greenhouse he's labor and workplace journalist author of beaten down worked up the past present and future of american labor karen weiss is also with. She's a new york. Times correspondent covering amazon microsoft and the pacific northwest's tech scene. She's with us from seattle. Now karen we heard from michael foster the union organizer there before the break. I wanted to ask you more about the the one of the fundamental things. He talked about which was worker. Dignity pay is one thing but worker dignities another and i think amazon's got a pretty long list of Of incidents if i can call it that where does lead one to questions of how they view or how much they the importance they have of warehouse. Worker dignity right there was they. Fires warehouse workers who spoke out about insufficient safety protocols regarding regarding covert in two thousand and twenty We've heard we've read stories. Maybe you've even written them caring about like response to being used to monitor warehouse workers and all of that. How does amazon see see people. Why think a lot of a lot of this is workforce is so large that it has almost by necessity but also just by the amazon. Ian nature tried to create Systems and rules and technology to manage them. And so when you heard. Michael talk a lot of things. We're talking about rebellious kind of technological. Productivity measurements and tools and operational tool amazon has to manage. Its workforce you know Student brought up a good point earlier about unions aren't necessarily a third voice that's that they've representative workers and i think i was free support the amazon. That's a third voice but same time You know it has ways that it listens to workers now but it's not the same as having the workers voice representatives through a union and so for example. They have boards in voice amazonian brussels onboard. People can complaints or compliments not different things but the way they use that at a global level is they use artificial intelligence and natural language processing to figure out matic patterns in it so they they had to and also broke out of bear amazonian techie. Way have developed these kind of technological relationships with workers which is which is different than how even the walmart's an immense growth. What was fifteen or so years ago when it went through. it's huge. that's a different relationship numb when you the feedback workers get is often from rate ticker essentially on their on screen which is different than being a cashier in a store and bringing people up karen that is so fascinating. The algorithms are absolutely everywhere. Oh my gosh. So here's here's basis in two thousand eighteen in an interview with business insider talking about why he says he's proud. Not only of the wages of amazon pays cause remember two thousand eighteen. There is a minimum of fifteen dollars an hour but also how he says. The company treats its employees in our view. We have we have workers councils and we have very good communications with our employees. We don't believe that we need a union to be an intermediary between us and our employees but of course at the end of the day. It's always employs choice. And that's how it should be steven. What do you think. I'd be surprised to hear that amazon. Actually has workers councils. That's you know. And if they are workers councils than i imagine they might be handpicked by management and with the union the workers pick representatives and under federal law executives are required to sit down and listen to the workers concerns. Yes amazon says that it listens to workers but it's really unclear the degree to which they really listened. I remember years ago. I wrote walmart. Walmart would say for worker has a complaint. We have an open door policy. Come in and complaint show us. And i interviewed many workers who use the open door to file complaints and then they got fired soon after and they said the open door policy is actually the out the door policy. I'm not saying that's the case amazon. But i think you know. Some companies are so much cynical when they say they really listen. I'm sure karen has spoken to amazon. Workers who have heard who have voiced the same complaint. I hear say they feel like they often feel like robots. I interviewed a worker at the best. My warehouse daryl richardson. Who said he's a pickering to three hundred fifteen items our that's five items omitted and he says you feel like a robot and if you fall behind you risk getting fired several workers who said and if we have to go to the bathroom run a few hundred yards and take a few minutes to do that We might fall behind and that and if know and if you've got to go to the bathroom a whole lot in a certain day might end up risk getting fired so they feel that they're not listened to enough and many feel that there's a lack of dignity in the pressure that's put on them every
Bristol's Jewish students fight for their University's reputation
"Hi my name is. And i'm a final year english literature student at the university of bristol. And my spare time. I also freelance. And i've written articles for the telegraph the times the independent huffington post what is regional papers and i also am features editor of the top bristol So the last two years being jewish student has been quite hard at university of bristol as a result of elektra a sociology professor called professor dave Because in his class he teaches and matic conspiracy theories about jewish organizations. He has a lecture in his home against powerful module where he accuses zionism as being one of the five pillars phobia and he implies using this sort of weighed conspiratorial web that israel on british jewish organizations have a malign influence on british government. And sort of in that slide. He touches on a series of consoles tropes about jewish people and two years ago. My best friend nina freedman. Who was then president of bristol. Jason is now you diaz president-elect made a complaint against david miller on years later in the university still hasn't done anything about it and hasn't advised or supported jewish students in any way but the situation picked up again. I'm a week or two weeks ago. Because david millar appeared in a video where he said that zionism we must cool front end design. Ism were in. He touched on several of the anti semitic tropes of course it really is of course some people into target to join us at in relation to this community in particular done. This through interfaith were pretending that jesus was working together. We'll be an apolitical way of countries. Ism stylings though. It's is the horse for normalizing zionism in the community. I in islamic mosque for example where. The mosque unknowingly held this project of chicken soup with a together. This is really backed project to normalize is within the muslim community. And they're doing that time. During the attack on cobra on this sort of started a new upper on twitter and reaganite hit the movement to get david miller removed from bristol. University campus clinician nasty. Seeing jews everywhere even in loction soup made in mosques while bashing corbin the share arrogance of this man and in one glib soundbite he opposes generations and generations of jewish teaching centuries of daily prayers which users sites to return to. Zion is car us special envoy in combating antisemitism until january. Twenty twenty one. Sinus didn't start in nineteen forty eight zionism spring out of the first zionist cows. Zionism was born in russia. When god says to abraham go forth to a land that i will show you. Zionism reached its consummation in the exodus. When moses let the jewish people to the promised land and zionism found one of its clearest expression
What Is Clubhouse and Do You Need to Be on It?
"Talk about clubhouse before we run out of time I what what are your thoughts on club. I feel like clubhouse right now is is like as we speak february twenty. Twenty one is still in private I wouldn't call a beta on the app store. It's invite only right but they seem to be accelerating the invitations to the point. Now where february. Twenty twenty one sort of is the month where clubhouse went big. Yeah i would agree with that. I mean i would say maybe maybe january No yeah i'm trying to think. When was the lawn on. When when did he do the thing that was like it's over joins twitter moment twenty twenty one today january to february. And i'm sure you know in hindsight you know there'll be more people in march and more people in but it's getting a. Can you describe what clubhouse is and then. Tell me your thoughts about it okay. I'm going to find something. That is certainly find my tweet that i sent about it because stevens noffke was annoyed with me but i stand by it. Okay this was. Someone asked me two weeks ago. Says what does one do with clubhouse. And then i wrote waste time. Not working by listening to other people not working talking about stuff. They claim to be experts end but really aren't while hoping for celebrities to show up. That's pretty it's pretty tart. But but i don't disagree with it. And i say this as someone who i've spent a lot of time on clubhouse i've hosted shows on capelle when that was still a beta feature. I think i joined in april. I'm i'm not above this. Like at all. I'm just saying like when i use it. It is usually because it's the end of the day. And there i see one of the main notifications come in that. You know somebody you're on things interesting is going on or i'm like you know kind of trying to avoid doing actual work and so i tune in the afternoon and then listen to other people who are often doing the same thing and then there is that bit of like. Oh and maybe someone famous will pop in. I don't know i'm being totally honest like for me that that is kind of the appeal. That's not to say that. I don't think there. I think that you can have some real substantive and interesting conversations and and there are some really interesting ways it can be used in the way that it's interest. Graph is both connected but disconnected from twitter. I think is interesting i was. I was in a room last week. End someone's a ten year. Old was briefly in the room before that was deemed. I guess not okay. And and We were asking the the youth some questions about their use of technology. And you know they kind of described it. They were like. Oh it's dischord for adults and that's actually not a bad description to be totally honest like it's kind of scored audio groups but you know audio channels for adults. That's that's not a completely terrible analogy I i'm trying to wrap my head around it. I think there are. I do think they're onto something totally. And i also think i haven't quite had this feeling about something since instagram in two thousand ten like so i was not on the instagram beta n. g. siegler was and he tweeted enough like pictures from it. I definitely kind of it was like okay square pictures filters and then i just say on my other. Podcast dithering with ben thompson. I think the episode that aired this morning. That i remember where i was when i realized instagram out of beta and i could sign up. I was with my family down in disneyworld. And i was on a bus going from I think i even remember which park we're going to. We're going from our hotel to the disney studios park on the little disney transportation. Bus and i was like. Oh it's out of beta quick. Get gruber still available got it start clicking around and like within five minutes because you know all of a sudden we're at disney and it's time to have fun and go on rides and stuff. I was like oh this. Is i get this. This is great. You know now. That is the original instagram where it was. Just you post pictures and you see pictures from the people you follow and you can comment on the pictures And you can apply these filters that re- you know at the time was great feature because don't care cell phone cameras still so crappy. The filters it was perfect and histogram or no hips dramatic amount of it was was awesome so it fit without whole asiatic that was happening with the time that made it. Easy to to apply like they. They didn't take as long as you know. Some of the other filter ops did and it. It really made your photos look better and added remember. When they added the tilt shift feature and amazing. Yeah until fisher. Was this massive deal. Because i was like. Oh my god i can take mr rogers pictures right. Like is how i felt at the time. The hips dramatic took so long. And i don't know. I've never to anybody who could explain it. I don't know if they did it on purpose to to fake. Yeah but it hipster. Matic took so long to apply filters remember talking to somebody at apple about near like. Yeah it makes no sense to even if you're using a bat algorithm it shouldn't take that long and it was like crazy. It was frustrating and instagram. Let you like oh this filter. Nope this filter. Nope and they apply instantly. And then you'd pick one that major picture look better then you'd posted and i was like i got it. I was like oh. This is going to be huge. Just a snap judgment. I feel that way. I feel that way about clubhouse with just with a little less certainty because the thing about instagram was i knew i wanted to use it whereas with gregg house. I'm like i get this. I can see why people really get. I don't think this is for me. Yeah no i kind of agree with you. And i'm like i go back and forth about my feeling like i do. I do think that it's you know. Current valuation is kind of insane. Yes drink the concept has massive legs. Absolutely i think the other difference is is that instagram came out. There were a couple of other Kind of competitor's pick please which was available on both ios and android that dalton caldwell who later did app dot net did and the. Didn't you know work and there were some other kind of attempts at doing similar things but instagram was always wear momentum was and i think it's because they had really strong product direction. I think that always going to be getting the product direction in the attic. Usability was key. It was always product. I don't always product. I clubhouse one of those things were not that i don't think we're i wonder if it's going to be more like an instagram stories. Saying we're not as a staff staffed stories. Thanks but you see where. I'm going with this where it's a great idea but it could be potentially co-opted and done better by someone else. Like i feel like twitter spaces. Could you know. Beat it in a way that you know. No one else even had a chance against instagram. Even though instagram was ios only until it was acquired by facebook like no one else even had a chance at sucks all the oxygen out of the room Because it was it was the best. Might i feel like the concept of clubhouse has a lot of legs just don't know of clubhouse it's going to be the thing or if it'll be whatever mark cuban. He thinks he's doing or if it'll be twitter spaces. I don't think it'll be facebook. Facebook single fall flat on. Its face but i do feel like twitter spaces could potentially you know Hold the the instagram move and like make their version of stories way more successful even though it's a blatant copy it's it's better
Fox News Media cancels highly rated 'Lou Dobbs Tonight'
"Finally starting to see the consequences of lying for donald trump fox. Business has cancelled. Lou dobbs tonight. The show hosted by one of trump's most loyal media supporters in the weeks after trump lost the election. Lou dobbs repeatedly pedaled baseless and ridiculous theories of electoral fraud. Fox canceled the show. Just one day. After fox and lou dobbs became defendants at a defamation lawsuit seeking two point seven billion dollars in damages the lawsuit by the election technology companies. Smart matic also names as defendants to other trump favorite fox anchors. Maria barreda romo and janine pirro as well as trump lawyers rudy giuliani and sydney powell. Who lou dobbs had on as guests to lie about the election. The lawsuit argues that giuliani powell quote created a story about smart and fox news. Join giuliani and powell. In championing the disinformation campaign against smart matic. The lawsuit argues quote. The story of course did more than just make defendants money and smart maddox survival. The story undermine people's belief in democracy the story turned neighbor against neighbor. The story led a mob to attack the us
How Edgevana CEO Mark Thiele is Streamlining The Way Companies Access Data Centers
"Welcome everyone to another episode of. It visionaries and today we have the ceo in founder of edge. Bonna marsili mark. Welcome to the show. Thanks for having me. I'm excited to join. We always let all of our gas tells us about the company work at since you're the founder we gotta know what is edge wanna edge. Drama is a little bit of a dream. Job for me i've I've spent most of my career innovating inside of other people's it organizations building infrastructure in data centers. And things like that. And and never thought i had the The polite term. I guess gumption to go out and do it on my own. But over the last five years i've been spending the majority of my time looking at technology but technology focused on on edge and my basic assumption. Was that address can be big enough. That all of the infrastructure that we have available on the planet now needs to be brought to bear and that the best way to expand the market is not by forcing everyone to build new for every opportunity that might expand to the edge but rather leverage infrastructure that has to some degree beginning to go fallow because of change buying behavior people buying for edge people buying for for digital transformation are no longer buying neighborhood data center. That's not their strategy anymore. So i thought with the the thousands of data around the world individually each one of those data centers may not seem all that important but connected they offer an enormous opportunity to the customer and people trying to deploy in the end or exploited the edge or even deploy because of greater technology adoption through digital transformation. And so i'm through vaughn. I'm trying to make that process easier. trying to make the The idea of buying complex formerly very physical very manual oriented purchases of network of data center of services of edge compute. All those things to make that much more of a of a imposible kind of best fit opportunity for the customer rather than the traditional brag. Matic let spend three months or three years going through this Trying to find what we need. And let's walk some of our listeners through this conversation because as much as we have c. suite level people. We also people that are just entering into the workforce and learn much more about technology when the key words keep own. You've used is the idea in this concept of edge. I'm gonna kinda say what i know about it. And then i'd love to hear your interpretation so the whole idea of edges that your compute resource moves closer to basically who needs it so everywhere i am instead of sending a signal back to in each queue or sending a signal back to like ashburn where all the public cloud service providers are all located at that latency and time between the moment. I want information the moment of get information. That's the whole point of edges bringing that whole resource closer to me. So i basically effectively can work through massive data sets through bigger applications through bigger utilities. Closer faster and more seamlessly. Now the other thing i understand about. Data centers is it's bought and sold kind of like real estate so that you are the reason why i bring this because you talk about how you you're approaching it in a different way and you would have to if i wanted to. Let's say locate a resource in a local data center. I have to call them up. I got to rent what they call a cage. I gotta put my equipment in there. You said network is not readily available. That might be surprising to people that even though you bought in space edge data center you would then need order connectivity. If you wanted to connect the public cloud you have to order a direct connect. That might take like months. It can take months to even get a direct line into a public cloud service. So this is where it is the idea of edges that all computing resources closer to you. But the reality of data center purchasing is that it's very piecemeal. Let's say and it's like you have to fill out orders in it takes time. It's not like public cloud services. Where i say i want. I want to spend up become. Let's say you know a server. I click a button. And it's there. If i were to build in edge compute center close to me at literally have to go shopping for equipment. I have to go is like a lot of steps. That's what i understand in the world today. Talk about how you see it. And how edge. Vaughn is going to simplify this process. Kind like what. You're talking about. A great i mean and you use stated like at least half of my problem statement or opportunity statement as i prefer to call it a relative dijana but edge computing. I mean i would only add to things flavors to what you said. One flavor is more around the fact that and this is maybe be obvious. And i just wanna stated to makes me feel better That it's more than the individual. It's also machine to machine machined. Individual is right. It's experiential It's a factory floor right. It's all of those things but what you said still obliged all of that right. It's bringing the capability to execute against those opportunity spaces closer to where the execution needs to occur and the reason it needs to occur is what creates the demand reg ride. The reason it needs to occur is. I'm grading too much data and i can't afford send data somewhere
Kyrie Irving's absence from Nets will continue; NBA, Nets to review videos that appear to show party
"Talking a little bit about the situation with kyrie irving and the brooklyn nets just to highlight it. Kyri sorta went awol. This week ended up according to video at his sisters thirtieth birthday party. Without a mask he is going to deal with some covert protocol issues right now and there's really no explanation. Why he disappeared in the first place. Mike what do you do for with kyrie irving. Well simple if i was sean marks. Gm would call kerry in or text him or call him on the phone or whatever and asking plain and simple. Are you in as your heart in this or not. Yes or no and if he says yes and get your behind back here to work and let's go to work. This is unfair to your teammates and to the brooklyn fans. Either in or you're out one of you can't be halfway can't be you know we all have personal things to deal with in our lives. We all have to work through them. You know death sickness. Whatever but you gotta find out is are you in this year or not. Let me know now. Yeah i don't know if with that's an if he'd says no. I don't notice it will tell you what we'll just put your leave of absence. I'll try to do it without you. Do you really think re- ever knows his. He is one of the most ignites matic matic players in the league right. But you gotta find out just painted thirty-seven million bucks a year so you got to find out if he's if his heart's in it or
Thirteen Awards Movies to Watch Out for, Oscar Do-Overs, and More From the Mailbag
"Before we get into the mail couple things over the weekend hit in the world of movies. First thing i want to talk to you about is the thing. I spoke to the directors of this documentary series about which is tiger tiger woods. Now you know as a friend of mine and podcast partner that. I am an avid golfer. And a fan of the sport gulf you are not a fan of the sport golf though your partner is and so golf is in your life but not truly of your life. What do you know about tiger woods. And what were you expecting heading into this documentary. Well in addition to being one of the greatest golfers in history isn't in history and certainly one of the best athletes of the twenty first century. That the correct century yes which i do know about because athletes at that level become pop cultural figures and i am interested in pop culture. Even if i'm not interested in my husband lecturing me about what type of iron tiger woods is using which is like a personal hell that i live in on a daily basis so i know a lot about him as a pop culture athlete and then obviously he has a pop cultural significance all of his own because of the events that he went through in the public eye at the end of the last decade and really honest life for the last decade. Yeah and so. I think that this series is an interesting gambit on. Hbo part it's clearly inspired slash based on a book that came out in two thousand eighteen by jeff benedict and armond katayan. And it's an attempt to make sense in real time of probably the most significant american athlete barring lebron james and michael jordan i would say of the last twenty. Five years maybe serena williams in that conversation. I think it's a very short list of people that do for. The tiger is kind of hanging with in the last quarter century and the film is tricky. Because they only aired part one thus far part two is next sunday and so i don't think you can necessarily spoiler film like this but it depends on. What kind of your you are if you're very engaged in the tiger woods story and his life. I don't think that this film necessarily will teach you a lot about the events of his life. There are not a lot of revelations. I think there are some emotional revelations there are some there's some I guess the matic framing that. Maybe you wouldn't necessarily put together if you weren't deeply entrenched in his story the movie especially the first half of the movie takes great pains to portray this father and son story and to show earl woods. Father as the kind of dr frankenstein at and making tiger woods into this kind of frankenstein monster for better and for worse in that he's incredibly powerful but there's like all kinds of emotional danger in his life I one thing that struck me as i re watched part one last night and i watched it with eileen. It's there's a lot of golf highlights in the first half. And there's there's there's not. There's not a lot of scandal there's not a lot of there is some psychology and there is a lot of sort of personal background about how tiger grew up and who he became. But because he has this sort of monochromatic mono-syllabic experience in the world where we just. He very rarely showed himself to us. Basically what you get is like ninety minutes of an extraordinary highlight reel dovetailing with the story of a father and a son and what they mean to each other. And i think if you're a casual observer my my instinct was. Is this going to work for people now. The second half is different. Can of worms. And i don't wanna spoil it for people but did in the first half. Did you find yourself having a hard time entering the story. I did also watch this with my husband. The aforementioned gulf maniac and the soundtrack to watching this was every time golf shot would be show. Its accuracy like you know it was like a little gallery of one. And he was doing it under his breath and then i was kinda. Are you aware that this is happening. And he was like sorry and then he just kept doing it at a lower volume. I have to say when you show golf. As just a highlight reel. Tiger woods is most incredible shots way. More interesting to me personally than the stuff that you guys have on the tv on sunday afternoon which is so boric. My guys pretty. Good a golf so i enjoyed it in that sense i agree with you that maybe it's not that i had a hard time. It and another interesting thing is that i. I do think if you know even a little bit about tiger woods you kind of know about the earl woods character and that is a pretty established part of his pop culture story. It's a big dad. Big character looming. Dad figure familiar sports figure in show bizz figure for sure and Greatness and then the fall. That's kind of what you know. And as as you mentioned there's a fall there there is a part to we won't spoil all of it but if you are watching this documentary you probably have some idea of what's going to happen in part to and the even najah it at the very end of part one which is the very last shot is a very famous woman. Just sidling up to the camera. I that's that's great filmmaking. And i think when the documentary is leaning in to that winning in that side of the story because it it leans into all the aspects of the story but when it goes for that bit of flair and narrative tension is is when it succeeds
Childrens book helps to discuss the environment with children
"We begin briefly with a message from the moon from a dog. One you know. Yes i dog on the moon. A friend of johnson. Greens of blueprint fame. I orchestra and a graphic book called the carbon neutral adventures. The indefatigable enviro teens and it is a mixture of fun in fact. Isn't it dog. yes. I wanted to talk not just about what climate change is because i think a lot of people understand that over and this is a book for ten to fourteen year old so i did want to explain what climate changes but almost more importantly i wanted to talk about. Why climate changes and what happened. How it happened and why it's still going on and why it's so hard to do something about it because that if you think about it logically which clearly a lot of people. It doesn't make any sense at all. No you actually summit up marvelously on page one hundred eighty and you say in fact if you imagine the person talking to you. This dog is in fact. A sort of modern version of the mad towed in a speedboat saying the planet is being ruined so wealthy adults can have second jetski. I don't know whether to be scared or sad or angry or something else. I just wanted to the all. Does that sort of sum it up. Yes it does because we talk a lot about the legacy that we're leaving young people and we're very apologetic and for all the grades in the world but we do talk about how they're going to have to fix it and that's just simply outrageous. Not only that we've trashed the planet so badly but also that we're now starting to talk to young people in terms of how it's their job to take care of it and win. Of course i say we. I mean the vast majority of humans on the planet because a lot of the decisions are in the hands of regular folk. But we do have this kind of desperation expectation that people will come along and put together something that we haven't been able to do and that's not really fair now. It isn't but you see in the book your referring to someone who looks like greater but she has a different name what is the name. Cordelia pine kind with it or gardenia. Pine cone is one of them. And that's the most wonderful name. I've come across in a long time. I wanted to put greater in the book infected. I tried to contact her and say would you read my book and write a forward and she didn't get back to me and that's okay 'cause she gets four million emails a day. Yes exactly so. I totally understand that. She wasn't available but it was really about being able to say someone like greater is doing this and we can't all be greta but she's in fact just one person who's doing the same thing that we need. Millions of young people to do now. There are lots of really good scientific references there. But there's one puzzled me. It's fairly long so let me actually read. What's here in the book. It's about piece of technology and you understand very well so far that when it comes to technology. I haven't a clue what's going on anyway. It says the d. foof elisa solar powered vacuum matic vowel sucks up all the nearby poop. Poison foof and flange through the hyper magnetic recycling filter to remove all the bills. Then it's passed at light speed down the anti-gravitational spewed out to be flogged. Back ended home in front. That spits the remains out the plumping shoot into a bucket. All that's left behind is a few nuggets of nickelodeon and you won't believe this. All the bandicoot of the workshop thought. This was hilarious because nickelodeon is a previously unknown form of completely renewable energy that is hugely powerful and totally clean how. We laughed and laughed now in three words. Could you summarize what have just read letitia. The inventing warburg come up with no. I can't not three words there. That's one of the superheroes in the book is leticia who was a genius. Science one bet and she invents all sorts of different machines that do different things with the that work in the mic workshop underneath a headquarters of the environs and the default elisa machine that latisha invented and it removes what they call the poison off which is in fact the in the greenhouse gases. And we know that that carbon isn't infect poisonous. But you just wanted in the right places in the right quantities. The default removed the poison for from the atmosphere. And one of the things. I realize with this wonderful invention which they start trying to deploy around the world. Is that even if you do in fact remove the carbon from the atmosphere. There's still a lot of other problems and difficulties that are going to be solved and it really trying to talk about how chafe nickel solutions to. Climate change are important but they're not infect the answer indeed and where is the island on which this otx. it feels like tasmania. But it isn't is it. It's not a nickel knows. Island is one of the places. I visit with. Captain snoot hall. Who runs the secret. You refuge the and suggests that if they really want to understand what climate change is that need to go on a perilous journey across the waterfall. And are they need to go and talk to the great nipple and the great nipple is a creature who lives at the top of the haunted volcano and explains climate change to them in
DLCC Calls on Representative Matt Maddock to Resign for Participating in Washington, DC Protests
"Democrats are urging the michigan. Gop to oust co-chair candidate mishaan matic as well as for the resignation of officials who supported efforts. to overturn the election. state representative darren. Hillary says that includes michelle and her husband. State rep mathematics who joined the dc protests. He should be censored and removed from office because we should not be serving with people in our government who do not believe in our government in the first place in a statement on matic said. The rally was intended to be peaceful and agree that those who broke the law should be held accountable.
Man photographed in Pelosi’s office identified as Arkansas Trump supporter
"Speaker Nancy Pelosi calls for President Trump's resignation authorities air trying to find the rioter who was photographed with his feet on her desk. From member station K. You A F. Susanna Cytotec reports that the man has been linked to a small town in Arkansas called Grab it grab it. Mayor Kurt Matics issued a statement after local and national media identified Richard Barnett as the man in the photograph. He says. People have flooded the city's social media pages with messages grab it. Police have received numerous phone calls, and a family who lives at Bar Nets. Former address has been threatened so the police had asked them tow. Maybe stay somewhere else that night just to be safe till we could clear this up. We're putting extra patrols in that area and, of course around the city to Maddox described grab it residents as salt of the earth, people who do not condone violence riding or breaking the law.
DACOR - An Original Five
"When you own a dive shop people routinely either stop by or call us to see if we're interested in buying their old scuba gear or they have equipment that they used many years ago and went to try to get back into diving and wonder if we can service it. Well that's a whole different discussion than where i wanna go today. Many times the gear that they bring in is from decor one of the original five. Us manufacturers scuba diving equipment in the united states. We've already covered two of those five here on scuba shack radio voice and health ways and i'll get to the other to swim. Master stivers down the road today. We're going to talk about decor. The davidson corporation was founded in nineteen fifty three by samuel davidson junior. Sam took the da from davidson and decio are from corporation and put them together to form decor i read somewhere online at sam patented the name and even gave the patent number three dot one two eight four eight one. Why tried to find that specific patent and couldn't find that where he patented the name but that number came up with something called a safety float that was submitted by samuel davidson junior filed in nineteen sixty. One so interesting. So how did sam davidson get interested in scuba diving. Well sam richard klein who started health ways was also in the united states marine corps during world war two he was stationed on guam and it said that he had gotten hold of some japanese goggles and started to explore underwater after the war. His interest in exploring underwater continued back then. Getting reliable. scuba equipment wasn't easy. So sam hooked up with an old neighborhood friend named bob olsen and they decided to build their own double hose regulator well somewhere along the way a buyer from montgomery ward department store chain found out about the regulator and purchase ten later. They update to three hundred. Sam had a business. He borrowed ten thousand dollars from his mother and got rolling by nineteen fifty five decor was producing what they called their dial breath. Double hose regulator sam along with another engineer while he mitchell continue to work on regulator development along with other scuba diving equipment from my review of the old decor catalogs. It looks like they didn't introduce their first. Single hose regulator the decor dart until one thousand nine hundred sixty two although they had developed earlier some say four years before sports ways introduced. There's but as a as we've seen with health ways and dick anderson's work a lot of folks who are innovating at this time. One of the ways. I like to research. these early. Manufacturers is look at their old catalogues. The cg forty-five website has a lot of reference material. Along with these old catalogs the earliest decor catalog that i was able to review from thousand nine hundred sixty one. That was the same year that see honda ended. The catalog was a whopping four pages. Long it had there are three double hose. Dial breath regulator for eighty two dollars. They complete single tanks system for one hundred and forty four dollars and a double host set up for doubles. Set up for two hundred and twenty nine. You could pay an extra five dollars to get yellow tanks. The cadillac had one mask one snorkel and one set of things by nineteen sixty two their line expanded with the d one day corridor. Single hose regulator and a new are four dial breath double hose. Remember that patented safety float. Well it was in thousand nine hundred sixty two catalog over the next couple of years. They continue to innovate with the dart d. Two and a dart with ajay valve for three hundred psi reserve on the first stage they also had the clipper series double hose regulators c two and c three by nineteen seventy decor came out with yet another new regulator line the olympic series with the one hundred two hundred four hundred and eight hundred. The last catalog. I went through was from one thousand nine hundred eighty and decor was touting twenty-six years of diving innovation with a doubling of their space at northfield manufacturing headquarters and the installation of a hyperbaric chamber for regulator testing. Looks like nineteen eighty was the year. They introduced what they touted. As a revolutionary regulator their decor pacer regulators pacer is short for positive air controlled equalizing regulator claiming to have totally balanced first and second stages with a remarkable point zero five inches of water. Cracking pressure wow. That's pretty low. They say they harnessed venturi with something called. Ventura matic something really innovation at this. Time was there microsoft Circuit dive computer. It looks like it took up. Most of your forearm with indicators for deco cent rate depth time readouts and more. It was quite a marvel for the time. Sam davidson passed away in nineteen eighty seven and sam's wife. Joan became ceo by nine thousand nine hundred ninety eight. Joan sold decor tomorrow's an overtime the decor named faded into our diving history. I did see a short article in two thousand five edition of sport diver and it was from nari and they indicated that they could no longer get replacement parts for decor regulators because the parts suppliers had destroyed their mold before they can move all of that to the marez a facility in palo italy. So that's a little bit of the history of sam davison junior the davidson corporation and decor one of the five original scuba equipment manufacturers in the united states.
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"matic" Discussed on Epicenter
"Whatever like if you're if you're state starts growing too fast so there are multiple and you know via the to the design choices with which we do is that first of all. They're proven and plus. We have a plan on our side. We can multiple side chains. Plus we are now working on different approaches so we have our backup plans that when if let's this jane starts getting bloated and we start seeing thirty to thirty two hundred dollars per second then we can easily create more secondly in terms of scale ability like lot of people would be talking about the skill ability but like matic right now like you combine all the ones like mir's mine all of them that combine number of transactions that they have their own minute. We'll have ten times that on our you know layer to platform tweeted about also that you don't mind it optional. While these we have much at a simple like to project we are much an option that option that so you know like nbc. They seventy two hundred transactions per second is far far away from even with this all these huge number of applications. We hardly see like four five ten transactions per second because you know that seles and so i mean we have a good part to reach the current you current level of skill liberty that is available plus we have the backup design choices that you know richie it can take to to the to the next level so the provability you know proven ness of the system is also very important because we want to have a production grade ready system instead of more experimental system. Which many system. I'm not saying that you know. These systems will not evolve the scan. Actually they can be very sturdier system and then that's why you that our approaches. We are not stuck on one particular that okay. This approach as i told you that we want to offer multiple two approaches. Who knows in one year from now. We'll be offering an avalanche consensus on top of tedium as to. Nobody's stopping us to do you know from doing that and very interesting but but you know there are a lot of internal things are going on but maybe three months from now we can. We can maybe visit this particular thing. And you'll see what i was. I was editing too. So i hope that makes sense. Yeah and it would certainly be cool to see. Two different consensus mechanisms being supported on matic. Before we wrap up here word. Can people find you. And how can people learn how to build skill apps on matic The best place to find us on twitter and telegram matic network handles and my bustle handles my full name at deep and well and i'm like if you are developing anything on the blockchain space and you want to scale your applications you do reach out to us. We are very supportive for the good depth. We had them on multiple fronts lake skill ability. You know go to market your reread effort. You used to investment investors and what not so you know their entire enduring commission we do and we have a very you know if there are at least as the levels. We have a very interesting building program on bitcoin where we kind of sort of give grants two thousand dollars worth of grant every month. And if you're building something you can register your application there and if the community vote for you you get to get a good part of that grant and you can kind of bootstrap your application. Great sunday thanks for joining us. Thank you so much for having me here. Thank you for joining us..
"matic" Discussed on Epicenter
"Safe or any other applications that people are used to using on your maintain as the system grows and there are many cities right. They also need access to these kinds of essential services. It seems difficult to scale where you come back to goes to safe. You know they have to deploy also on matt can also on like you know some other some other side chain or another blockchain. What what's the solution here is interoperability. The only are like mature interoperability tools. The only way forward or rem stock. You know having a multiple deployments of the same the same core technology on all side chains problem actually is not the deployment across the the things like the the problem. The problem is that you know is is that they're not enough being customers as for example as safe they would be very happy to deploy and multiple chains as far as like people were willing to pay for it right but right now they have to do this probono similarly for in fewer. They have to do all of this stuff like pro bono to kind of fuel the earlier option. But eventually i think that You know if the vendors when the system grows big enough then they will be like you know more and more being customers for these surveys and then scaling is difficult right now. Problem is that for all this ruling. You have to do it. In public interest like as public could three public good eight. That's the challenge. I think that you know if there are enough being customers like anybody minds skilling their tooling do different like for example daddy issues the from our from like we have been like i. I think we spend like a couple of hundred dollars every month to just keep the system because there are a lot of applications which are currently using dagger and we keep it up just for the sake of these these applications but then you know nobody's paying us for that and The moment we bring in a payment plan on that and all that that's not our coral this thing but even if we bring it that bring that people will start using some of the free service late so i think the problem here is not thus scaling of these pulling because that's easy that has been done in the space very well is more of like the business models that are available know all the users that are available being us so while going through the matic architecture one of the main main concerns i had was that the design choices that matic made make sense from a two thousand eighteen perspective. I'm somewhat skeptical. That make sense from what two thousand twenty perspective. So here's here's what i. I'll qualify that statement more so when you look at like twenty thousand twenty one for any like l. twin blockchain network ultimately like you need consensus. You need like a way to execute smart contracts and of and certainly large keen mentions are coming along the way i and i think maybe two biggest ones are you know avalanche consensus which is actually better than intimate consensus on most damaging. So everyone's consisted most faster. It can support a lot more evaluators than ten in consensus. The second the second key shift. I see coming. Ecosystem is in the vm. You have the single threaded execution so like every transaction comes it needs to be processed state needs to be updated than the next transaction prostate updated execture whereas like salona execution is different than salona execution. You can have hundred transactions coming and if they impact different parts of the state they can all be processed incompatible on gpu so the main at one date salona executions mark contribution creators battle process processing on a gpu which is why salama is able to be like maybe even like even the future hundred more scalable than any other. Smart contracts There because they are able to exploit this battle ism of a gpu in the blockchain context. So do you think this is a concern that there are going to be better. Smart contact zeke yutian environments as well as consensus algorithms and the combination of these. Two things is going to and then you go to compete on a business level with these platforms that have just these better inventions and you'll be stuck with tandem than edm and in the long run this will end up have been is suboptimal choice to have already like that. Yes so I answered them. Or you know what bevelled for example to so for example this one like the tender mond and using edm like a system like one thing one inborn word i like keep keep using his the production lateness of these things right. So you know that comes. From the proven record of a particular technology so similar social so for example benjamin they they might like tenement might have had easily have like hundred plus chains built on top of it. And you know it's it's fairly stable avalanche. Even though like they. I think few one or two months back. They have launched their minute. That is also distinctive. I don't think it's a full blown full functional minute if we would. If would have waited for something like that. You know we would. We would again will become like those ghost research paper projects which talk a lot of you know you know that they talk a lot of futuristic things. But they don't have anything you know running on the production so that was the choice that we kind of actively have activity taken. We want to have a production ready network where you can have next level of skill ability on top of tedium. So if you're able to do live from thirteen cents per second we are able to seventy two hundred and second. That's already a fairly big live from there and to counter the like let's say the scale ability requirement if let's say that requirement is lauded enough as i already told you that. We separated the validation lear with the execution so we can actually multiple such sites genes into the into the stomach at a rapid pace. Now that is also one more one more important part over there that you know the like from our perspective. We see this platform like this network like we don't. We don't expect this to go from today. Where like if you combine all the data tedium ecosystem audio ecosystem. You will hardly have and the nba. You like ten thousand two hundred thousand a you if you include hundred thousand if you include. All the token transfers like these like bitcoin offers an all that like in the whole space. That's a very very small d a you. And that's i don't have exact fact sheet on that somebody would have done the analysis but roughly. That's what people say. And if you can tap it's hardly you know hardly with all adopt mind you right so right now we need to go from ten thousand to the next million or ten million users and i think that the current skill ability choices available on top of idiom would be able to easily go to that level which salona like as you said that you know like there are multiple like. It's a very interesting concept that you can have multiple paddle and all that. But then there are other people have shown concerns also in terms of centralization of such a system because of these state blowed if the state becomes bloated too big laker doing for two thousand dollars per second you'll state can be can get bloated very very fast. And then only a few people will be able to run it because you know if you want to run it fast. Then you need to lord the entire state onto the ram right and then it's very hard to kind of have a thirty two. Gb or fifty db them..
"matic" Discussed on Epicenter
"We call it spans and sprint every few spin spaniel create a new committee which kind of the blogs hope that makes sense like. There's a lot of detail in that. But yeah i hope it makes sense so just to recap the the valid or set is validating the ps and. Then there's a a random subset of these. Valid ears are executing the smart contract logic What actually creating the blocks of the so there are. Two types of blocks are being created when he the jinn blocks which is being created by the committee. And then you have. This layer blocks which is which only has the data related to the validation of the latest blocks that were created and every thirty minutes the centers among them to widely contested among them create a checkpoint of all the transactions that have happened like all the blocks that have been produced and put it on tedium and then only they get sticking towards so what are the security trade offs of this approach. What what trust options as one half to have in the system when operating in this in this configuration so the trust as like if you are using be os then you are definitely trusting the if you're using us only if you're using plasma then because of this like the main thing is a men. As i'm sure that you are you're taking here. Is that that because the number of vendors is like really high and You know how to them randomly. Some of the leaders are being selected. And if you think of it now like those that committee that gets elected for us or sprint whatever like every six minutes that committees actually a committee of plasma operators right so they are running the plasma. I know for that particular damn there and they get keep getting shuffled right so that trusted them ten. Is that these having a large set of decentralized kind of operators you will have the availability and as far as you have the data availability. You will be able to if something goes wrong. If you're using plasma you will be able to exit to tedium. That's the main thing. And having that jane has more decentralized than ten consensus consensus and older like that a lot of leg you know liveliness like those kind of network requirements east to on the way and the beacon chain is launching next week does eat to change the development plans for in in any way in your hall holders matic fit into the broader each week with system as it as it develops so multiple multiple facets of this. The first and foremost it is that the what is launching is more or is like the deal of youtube channel. And the real like time where you will be able to execute your transactions or renew. Smart contracts on a shard would be is like fairly away. You know two to three years minimum. You know where you will have a usable chain like this is like the first phase of better process is fairly away and one has to see like you know in tedium. You must have seen that with alex. Grownups record layer idiom to map also right. So he'd like you have to keep in mind that he'd eat. Idiom is now a very decent community and you know there is no one roadmap for that. There's a layer to specific roadmap that is enough to bungee shedding a specific roadmap. Now even we didn't that what i believe is like let's do simple calculations for example right now leg idiom one has let's thirteen transactions per second. And you have. You're going to have sixty four yards do so and each shard will be like will closely resemble. Let's eat eastwood born judo. Currently even if you have maybe the of these genes will go from thirteen to fifteen p. b. s. Maybe let's whatever and indosat. Communication is even further it. Maybe like five years of. I don't know so each chain is basically tedium like for the next four years like if even if it then it will be like a group of independent jeans. You know having the same leg acting leg bridge and if you think that way you will start seeing matic architecture also similar like you. Don't the one side that i told you that the one. I missed that you know. The validated lear. Separation of hidden layer actually enables you to have multiple execution lives so on the team you know literally we can have tens and tens of chains running on top of it and then it will start pulling more closer to two point zero kind of system bed. You have multiple shots. Multiple chains Which are any tedium is kind of the beacon over there right so they're talking to them so but are coming back to the two hundred architecture so communication is going to be like even further away. Slow acting forty years or whatever. So what's going to happen. Is that you have you left sixty four shards and let's assume that even inter shark communication is also there in three years and you can assume all of this as dps and you know the smart contracts can interact with each other across different charts. Let's do more of that. Even then the megabucks like full capacity would be sixty four into. Let's say twenty thirty plus again. How do you like two thousand. And if you see that way lakers sixty four times extension of tedium one point zero or even hundred extension of diamant. Bongino simply defy will be able to eat. Eat up all of that bandwidth like the dow the like the government supply of this. Like you know it's like you have x. amount of supply of the transactions per second. Let's think of it. As a commodity that transactions protect guests basically but block. Let's say and you already have an day. Demand right and that too is like. Unsustainable demand speculative demand. Because you know you have ten dollars twenty dollar transaction being people because they are speculating but if it goes to the public and you know. The real lake Traditional public starts coming into it. You already are looking at like thousand force demand than what it what. What is their country. Not even thousand even more than that. But i'm saying that even with two hundred the moment it comes in the ban which will will get and zoomed very fast. And then again you will be no situation that where do these like large transactions gaming and all that empties and you know again a lot of social. Where do they go because only the eat. Two point zero the entire bandwidth easily by five. We are not even like the starting of the developed. The real big guns have not even traditional world have not even jumped into the field yet so that the long-term pieces for us is that layer to for anything. Like even if you had chain like solana or whatever like you know the teen was there and eventually they will also get exhausted and the ideal vehicle to have like one. Settlement layer like two zero and the business activity has non opinionated execution environment soap talking to a huge number of people who want to build our our building applications on blockchain's you know one thing is clear that there is no one one size fits all solution. They talk every you know every and debris reclined. Every business has their own needs on requirements esau you know having thinking of this intimately point or point zero as one opinionated life-form and everything on that does not make sense. So that's why we strongly believe. Rt says that there be one strong settlement and then did will be one like lear to or kind of non opinionated layer to kind of environment. Which kind of connects back to this. Central sediment layer which is a tedium in our opinion. And you know the business activity can happen too so even when he comes in nothing changes on our side. What we are doing keep doing that. Keep adding more and more to approaches and you know like would suit multiple different businesses. That makes sense and i think this the way to look at this as a multi. Blockchain ecosystem is what makes the most sense to me. I mean i've always been kind of.
"matic" Discussed on Epicenter
"You look at the ecosystem broadly. Dv i tend to think. Offer his tedium. Is this this the city. There's like lots of activity in the city. But it's kind of expensive to deploy anything in the city. Just like it's probably expensive to have an apartment in manhattan and a lot of suburbs are being built to the city where the hope is some of the applications could be on the suburbs instead to be cheaper to deploy and execute your application on the suburban sort of matic. One of these. I think is one of the suburbs ending general. There have been two kinds of approaches. One is something something for example. What solana might be might be doing. Which is completely independent blockchain having a bridge to with him so that people could come from his helium into selena in bart baking some application there but the security of these systems is independent of each other so when you actually as a team dacre asset to salona you're completely trusting security model of salona and on the other side is the optimistic roll up and zeki will up space where it's another summer team. But they're trying to give the guarantees to the user that they move their assets from the city on police suburb in some senses. That asset still being secured by idiom the city and they can always if something goes wrong on in the needle up they can always come back to idiom and Any tedium insecure that asset and ensure that they don't get in the in the it all up. They're still relying on the city police as opposed to the salon suburb. Has its own private security. Yeah exactly exactly so. It's like building and then are you relying on the city police. Are you building a police force of your own and the salona is building. Police force offered own whereas the optimistic zeki all up spaces. They're trying to build it in a way that they can rely on the police of the of the city. I mean i think this is a very way of putting it but even like going that really think of it. Medium has country like. Let's go on a largest collecting of him as a country and then it has to be center which is like you know city center which can be left new york right which is the idiom mentioned and it is now. Many people don't realize that tedium already has like sixteen yard site like some by some private parties. Some like like us with matic some like considered these. You know side jeans all of these as different different states. Okay so you have you know. Gore has tedium mention. you know maybe washington dc's idiom mentioned. Which kind of like the center of the universe and then from there. You have these different different states and you know some of them can be more leg died. The federal lewis structure of washington dc. Some of them might want to remain independent. And all that and they have their own like pros and cons. They're like the state level security and policing and all that can be like slightly. Different on that while solana would be lakers. Completely separate which malik all this bridge and all like if you see all of these extra lana near and all that what they realized over the past like last two two years back like people. Us and all that they used to call them since as like tedium killers now they realize that you know you can't kill them. It's it's a phenomenon itself and what they're doing is that they realized that instead of badmouthing tedium like leather tried to be this like more of a. You know like their You know stategy to kind of captured. The option that tried to be closer to the base because all the developer ninety nine percent of the team. So what these guys near salon. An all these guys are doing is create a bridge with the idiom and say that. Hey you know you can. You can have things here you can be on team but then transferred over. This is like a trojan horse strategy from many of these different layer when a business fine big business strategy from their side and as a community. It's very open. You can do whatever you want to if you can have a different country which you can build and like in this analogy which which would be good and you never be good for the larger good of the overall like the planet. Why not like so. So that's that's the difference. And what but in the lair like in the tedium can also like there are different. Different kinds of lear does like considering them as different different states. And some of those states would be like more stronger. Have stronger policing and you know kind of what not like betas different kinds of benefits and what some of the other states would be like. You know maybe some laggards some some space but at the end they all are tied up to the medium so like just amplification of your login billion. Explain to leg in a non technical mayor told me about this analogy last week and once again it is one of the things mayor comes up with the blows my mind so i love that we were able to unpack it here on on the podcast and to i'm excited it's like if you think of it in the country analogy you think of those countries if you come back to kind of imperialistic times right where you have like a country that is producing some sort of resource for like the main empire or or you can think of it. Also in terms of like having free trade agreements with other countries right. There's all kinds of ways you can bring onto this analogy. Maybe maybe one curiosity i have is my impression is that you want to have your own independence security your own. Us wrestler but you also want to enable gaps to bottles security from the tedium. And you've been building to search for both but my impression is that most of the deaths that are actually successful in matic are just using the native matic lear. it's that independent. Security is proving in better product than being able to borrow. security from tedium is is that correct. Yes i know. That's not really the the exact reason behind it. The the reason is like fosters that even if you think about the individuals security lake festival the matic's us. Lear like proof of stieg and all the sticking and everything stay on all that everything happens on tedium only so all the validates of matic actually have to register on idiom on a smart contract with and then once they're registered then only they become a part of this like the side..
"matic" Discussed on Epicenter
"On the on the plasma it can actually skin the smart contract transactions also and. that's where the idea of matic Was born and he kind of dropped a and you know that time only we were. He was also developing some of the dagger you were just mentioning legged was simple idiom for listening today rent so we got into talking and all that and i realize that this is really begin. Disconnect and that was that was a time where the took us moment had also hit so you know it was like realized that this like this is a big problem in the space. And let's do something to solve this. And then we joined hands and slowly actually. It was not a token project but then we realized that for the security of the network it will be required. Then then you know we like matic became what magic yesterday. Like ugly two thousand eighteen. We kind of set up company everything. So we'll talk more about the plasma and all the technical aspects of the of matic a little bit later on. I i'd like to talk a little bit about about the crypto scenes specifically in bangalore so the matic office at least before covid wasn't in bangalore and no bangalore is known worldwide but also like in southeast asia for its first startup ecosystem. How significant is the crypto seen within that broader startup because system that consists of you know like consumer startups and like a lot of general consumer companies and most of the crypto startup activity. Come from bangalore. Or are there other centers in india where you see activity in dumps of dole initially lake. What boomed in india was to trading side of things so initially the epi said that. If you if you call it like you know it was mumbai started and then of course delhi was also like big in the scene bang law. Of course they would be like a lot of trading groups and other but it was not that big initially but then you know slowly. The developers You know got excited into the space. So this this talking end of two thousand seventeen very few from india were actually in the block in space and a it was mostly around. Crypto and crypto raiding. Caddo stuff so bangor was not that big. At that point damon way would be like momentarily would be much bigger in that sense and then of course like The lake leg not once but it. It took a lot of times oregon developers to become and even now i would not say the even though bangladesh consider silicon valley of india and pretty big in the startup space but the kind of entrepreneurial elite of india is still not very much into crypto. Space that much because of the you know of course regulatory kind of gray area or kind of uncertainty. That is there eventually most. Don't understand blockchain dort that will also like whoever out there. They're kind still You know on the surface. So i'm ben. I'm saying entrepreneurial lead. I'm talking like some of these top engineering colleges like i. I am on that like the because they have a lot of like funding available in the traditional space also and also even now like ninety nine point nine percent of those startups would be going into only few start of. I've started. Seizing have started coming out from these elite kind of colleges of india but like most of the other entrepreneurs are you know mostly from the fintechs intact kind of space who you know kind of got to know about crypto and you know all of tech and then you know they don't want to do something in this. We started at that point. I was almost like no protocol team at all in the in the in the space so when we started to seventeen like we realize that this is a big problem even though there were a lot of lancer developers from india but they were no like people who were in the program. That's why our officers were also in mumbai. Once week i know these are funded and then realized realized that you know in order to hire the island. We might have to like we even that we have to. We might have to hire from outside of india because they might not be but we were very luckily surprised when we started in doing a lot of people that a lot of indian lopez the good developers who got interested. And you don't understand. They were working ford legacy lenses for a lot of like us and germany and your biz countries and we were able to hire easily over there so now i think it's very vibrant swiss in terms of like you can find a decent number of portable levels india and with us also like we have been laid relentlessly doing so many towns like last year and this is a crazy number. That last year did like eighty towns all over india And you know these are apart from the global economy we do and most of the community doesn't even know about it that you know what we are doing For for lionel spread of tedium in india. This year we would be all of these virtual now decided we'd be crossing more than one hundred hundred. The estimate right now and these are apart from the global hackers that we do with good point he online and that and these acapella happened in like all the technology schools of india so slowly now. The developer community is waking up. And that's what we've been trying to do. They go to the gospel level. If on the if in on the technology school level the developers are interface blockchain that this is also a good career opportunity and all that so they will be more excited about it and now like yeah so i mean we kind of keep getting a lot of interest from the developers who are like as like college students fortieth wherever you know to us for winter and yup like lecture. The bangalore's blockchain scene is now slowly slowly spreading especially the tech blockchain's if that was the that was your question curto spaces all over like you know bloom by delete.
"matic" Discussed on Epicenter
"Epicenter. We're here with sandeep millwall. He's the ceo and co founder of matic. Matic is a company that has been the niether space for some time and is building scaling solutions for a theory. Of course we've talked about scaling on this show at nauseam. It seems of course like we've had several scaling projects on the show that all have different approaches and matic is a very unique approach within this brother scaling solution ecosystem and so we're very pleased to have on with us today to talk about matic and scaling theorem. Thanks for joining us. And thanks for having me here and thank you so much and been hitting about epicenter for long as it's it's finally very nice to be here or glad to have you on. We've we've met before that. Khan and i know that like back then i was really interested in magic and what the kind of unique scaling solution that you're working on. It seems a little bit early. i think. Have you on then but now that the network is live in. There's some traction on the platform there's no better time to talk about on the show. So tell us a little bit about your background and how you became involved in crypto. Yes so basically. I got to know about bitcoin lake. Leon i think two thousand thirteen even like i discussed with my friend that you know we should think of mining bitcoin or whatever but you know at that point in time i think it it had already surpassed the point where you actually mine bitcoin on your laptop so you know we kind of did the plan but i never really got into technology at that point in time to learn. The fifteen is the time where i started My startup in the e commerce space. It was more of a like services. E commerce services started late for white collar sosas b2b services basically and i was trying to build something like You know a lot of non indian companies actually go to india to hire thailand kind of hired the vendors and all that there's a lot of like different different kinds of voters out there. And you know at times you don't know like is wonderful you know. That's i kind of thought that there is a big gap in the market to get the right. Like high-quality renders Does not like freelancers but proper mundus. So i kind of started school fever. Which was my previous like. You might be startup so there we did well for some time like one and a half years by was not killing. That much like that that you know for which i came into the Overall entrepreneurial space and that was a time. When i realize that you know why i i kind of intellectuals and realized that because of a lot of like people dependencies into it it would be very hard to even if i am able to break into the next levels at very likely be always already slow grind towards the largest a billion dollar scale or whatever so then i started you know then i then. I realized that you know the next thing i want to do like. I don't want to continue on this next thing. I wanted to do it on the in the high experience. Oh baby i defeated. Diligence was really hard at wjm. Started studying about it and all that and then from there. I kind of like there was too much mathematics and were into it and i was like not like getting the very very very interested in you know that much interested so that you know i love it and going to spend my life doing it then you don't like was an expert experts space. I you know. Bitcoin was just getting that kind of hypermarket. So at that point time. I taught at this school. Let let me study about bitcoin and blockchain and all that and i started with the mustang bitcoin from andrea and know and then you know like fourth or fifth chapter eight to the into the book. I i had that. How moment like with which you fall into this into the rabbit hole and you know that was the time like when i said this is big and i want to do something in this so initially i because i was like you know. I'm a blockchain program itself. So i got into the blockchain programming at that point and you know initially did some you know kind of consulting assignments or development assignments for few planes and all that and then you know i became more and more active in the blockchain community in indiana bitcoin. Community in india initially. That's where like me. And my other co founder. Judy met Where we used to answer the technical is in the group You know more for this. We knew that we knew each other that we out of those like a lot of people over there. They're only few people which are technical enough. And i would and did he will do so. We kind of had that kind of friendship that i don't like end of two thousand seventeen. Jd had started exploding on plasma and he became a part of the plasma research group where you know retaliate and carlin. All these people were there and they're in a. He kind of conceptualize this idea that we want to a plasma which actually supports a vm. Because you know right now on the like that one time plasma was only supposed to be Kind of to for payments. And you know the concept is that you know if we have a vm..
Interview With Dr. Ron Epstein
"Dr ron epstein. It is so great to have you on tangled. Thanks so much for being here real to be with you. I just want to read some of the quotes that are in the beginning of your book because they really struck me. John cabot zand says this book will be phenomenally useful to all of us who are desperately in need of true health. Care and caring. Dan siegel says the book is a beautiful synthesis of inner wisdom and hard earned impure cle findings and you start the book by saying that you believe the practice of medicine depends on deep understanding between clinicians and patients and that human understanding starts with the understanding of oneself. And i would just like to start with this question. where did you begin with understanding of oneself. It's probably in my james to some degree. Because i remember even as a young child being interested not only in the world outside but also the world inside pat. I was interested in what thought was and i was interested in breeding. I was has not as a child so badly. Learn how to briefing not cost kind of interested in how the body were town on a mind. Were tell ideas got into your mind. Things like that from a pretty young age. I guess it's the upside of being somewhat introverted at that dual view of the world just that interior human observers you. When did you first recognize that in yourself. will you ten years old. Did you have some influences. It sounds like you a seeker that you were asking a lot of questions. Her number certainly started before high school. I was really interested in reading. And i read things that were beyond the point where my world experience but allow me to truly understand and i was reading cavu when i was in junior high school. Obviously you can't really get what he's talking about. I mean i knew the words. But i kind of had the sense that he was really trying to understand the world and sewers. I am discovered hermann hesse fairly early on also that actually resonated with the because all of his novel is basically the same plot to people who start out life one becomes a contemporary live and spends there's lives on monastic search for wisdom and the other goes out in the world becomes longer and tries to understand universe through experiencing the world in a deeper way and i saw both of those in myself and quite a young age thought was drawn to that. I think it was sometime. In highschool that i learned about maslow's hierarchy of human vs botanist like survival and at the top was self actualization wanted the express train to sell That's where i wanna be. I can't say that there's wild ridden. It does the same thing from the. I discovered his poetry. We had to read some of his poetry like a junior high school or something that i really discovered it as a personal manifesto probably but i was like fourteen or fifteen history of connection to the world to everything that the world offer and an internet connection wasn't just observe that but i have merged myself in this i jumped into the water and the deep end and swim through it. So that was the place i started. And as how i ultimately got interested in meditation and autos actually at age nineteen thought i would become a monk. A serious attempt back. Yeah you spent a few months. At the zen saying cisco center person there. And why did i. I can't imagine what some of the older students were thinking about this young kid. Who is there that i just needed to do. That was the next step for me. It sounds like you could have gone down this path of being a spiritual monastic or a philosopher. How did you take what you were learning from. Meditation and from studying at the zen center and then decide to be a doctor. The subtitle of your book is medicine. Mindfulness and humanity. And i think that's so perfectly represents the essence of who you are as a human being but when did this and how did this all come together for you. As a child. I was interested in things medical and originally when we first got an encyclopedia paper encyclopedia. Nothing and i look up. I interested asthma. As as matic started reading about other illnesses aspects of human experience and that coupled with a fair degree of family. i wouldn't call it pressure. I guess some expectation or hope or aspiration that the family would somehow produce a doctor
The Simple Yet Transformative Power of Breathwork
"Hired him here with jin broil who is an essential oil specialist breath. Work instructor am health coach. She helps individuals restore and optimize their health by calming the nervous system reducing stress and awakening their inner healer. She recognizes that in over stimulated nervous system compromised gut health and suppressed emotions lead to imbalances throughout the mind body and spirit. Jin combines the healing power of breath work essential oils other holistic modalities to help clients create a lifestyle of health vitality and freedom gin and welcome to the show. It's so great to have you here. Thank you mantha here. Who i really wanted to have you on the show because i love this topic of breath work because it's a tool that we all have ray like you don't have to buy anything you don't have to go to the store or train for however long hours to learn how to use your breath to feel better right. It's so powerful it is. It is one of of the things that we have built with. Anna's and you know we just haven't been taught how to use it in certain ways that promotes healing and restoration but yes life giving tool and when we bring awareness to it and consciously breeze we can we can spark so many benefits from that and like you said it's available to us all the time it's free. It's it's an us south one of the easiest things that we can incorporate absolutely so it had a new come to discover breath work in your own life. Yeah so. I got into the holistic health world about ten years ago and like many of us that start down that natural help path oftentimes. It's when we're trying to solve our own health challenges or that of a loved one and that was the case for me. I have been at the time experiencing chronic digestive shoes for a number of years and just never did anything about it just managed at the best i could. And then it started kind of stemming into other symptoms anxiety and hormone imbalances and other things. And at that time you know the my late twenties and i was working in pharmaceutical sale. And i knew. I really believe in that conventional model medicine. That's all i really knew. And i thought it offered all of the solutions to all l. mets. But when it didn't for me i was kind of forced to look elsewhere and i started reading books on nutrition and that led into this whole world of alternative medicine and vocational medicine. Integrative medicine and holistic health and it opens my eyes to all of these other options and solutions and it sparks passion in me and i ended up going back to school to study integrative nutrition and from there i discovered essential oil to j. incorporated into my own daily practice and then currently use my clients because i find them to be so powerful and then through all of that to you know it really is a journey. I stumbled upon breath work after coming up in conversation multiple times and making okay. What exactly is breath work. Like i've heard of like deep breathing and in certain style of breathing what is an actual bradford practice. And so i was out in california. The time and i attended a few different styles of breath work classes and was blown away by the power of breathing in certain pattern for an extended period of time. And what that can do for your mental wellness your emotional wellness physical wellness and just calming the nervous system. Just truly leaving. You feeling just restored and lighter and free and happier just through breathing and though i dove into my own personal bradford practice and through that really felt the call to become an instructor. Share this with other people. Because i think it's something that is not why as widespread needs to be and it can offer so many benefits to just anybody. Yeah i really want to dive into a central breath work and go hand in hand and i know that it's such a beautiful relationship between the two and it can be but but i tell me who could benefit from from breath work and do they need to know anything coming in or you know what can it help. And what can help. It can help so much honestly. The type of breath work that i teach is called. Soma bre you don't need to know a whole lot coming into it. You don't need to train for it. You know you know. We're we're really breathing in a rhythmic diaphragm. Matic form for most of the practice. And then we do some breath holding as well so in terms of what it can help with and and who it can help. I mean everything from from supporting physical health along with emotional health and mental health. So it really helps you know through calming the nervous system getting out of that fight or flight. Response that survival mode. We are able to activate appear sympathetic nervous system and thaddeus estate in which we heal k and and that's a state in which we restore and so so. This breath work really help. Balance the nervous system and get
"matic" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Kitchen appliance ever made. All your onions chopped to perfection without shedding a single tear. To the chapel Matic, then the Diallo Matic, which was the successor to the veg, a Matic slice of tomato so thin it only has one side and the wrong go pocket fisherman. The appeal is also well known for his housewares inventions like his giant dehydrator. I remember that one and the beef jerky machine, his electric pasta maker and his Showtime, rotisserie and BB and barbecue chicken. That was the one where everybody chanted. Just set it and forget it. His Showtime rotisserie and barbecue sold over eight million units in this country alone. Helping Ron Co's housewares sales exceeded $1 billion. After retiring Ron Popeil continued to invent products, including the five and one turkey fryer and food cooking system, which he has been developing for over 10 years. Wow. That takes me back. That takes me back. Welcome to the show. Steve is out. If you haven't been ableto tell by now, Stephen, I am Scott. You're stuck with me until new and I'll be with you on Monday morning as well. The rest of the team this year. Erik and Jordan producing the program, as always, Did you watch those infomercials? Kid? I was fucked in the ass cat. I wouldn't get suck in. I catch maybe 20 to 25 seconds don't have the patience nor the money at the time to buy that stuff. So It was just an entertainment quality to those things. But I'm kind of a sucker for that. I've I've never purchased anything in from an infomercial. But I will that I will watch. I will. I will watch and I don't know. It's just there's just something about it. Like I said it used to be the crowd. It would just be so entertained toe. Watch this over the top crowd reaction to whatever the heck the prod. Here's a Ginsu knife. And it's oh, the faces are just so amazed at what they're watching. You ready to get rocking? Yeah, let's get right. Okay. Where should we start? Well, it was a great night in American political history. Oh, yes. Town Hall debates one into a and B or used to be one A and one B. Whatever it was. There were two town halls last night. Now you may recall They were supposed to be a debate last night. They're number two where Moreau does. He was supposed to be a town hall events, but no because of President Trump's Cove ID diagnosis last week, the organizer said, and that we should make it virtual. The president said, No, you go on a new virtual so instead We saw two debates at the same time on two different networks doing debates if you will, 1200 Miles apart. Yes, 1200 Miles apart. And yes, they dueled. They talked over each other, even though they weren't even in the same place on the same network. Here's a little bit of a little taste of how it sounds.
"matic" Discussed on The Fantasy Plonker Podcast
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"matic" Discussed on The Model Health Show
"There's about four different stages of sleep that we kind of analyze and qualify as being in sleep and so re- she was able to improve all of these different factors. Wow that's crazy. Who knew that a medicinal mushroom could have that much power? We're looking for a lot of people. They're turning towards synthetic supplements or synthetic over over the counter and prescription medications to try to improve their sleep. But what happens is it's more like pseudo sleep when we're taking some of these drugs that have like this masking taking effect where we're unconscious but we're not actually going through our sleep cycles effectively and efficiently and so we wake up and I know this because this was my life back when I was struggling with my health both and I would be a fog I ice. I was unconscious for certain amount of time but I I was not feeling refreshed. I wasn't waking up feeling good good and it took several hours for me to kind of snap out of that fog and I go through that every single day it was. It was tortured and now realizing that there are certain nutrients that have I've been around new nutritive foods and herbs that have been around for thousands of years that we have access to today. And so for me. I utilize the forcing matic attic reshi elixir before bed and it's a dual extraction. It's organic dual extraction of mushroom. The reason this is important. Is that the dual extraction is actually getting all these compounds. You hear study like this. Was it a how hot water extract was an alcohol extract. We don't know but you're getting all of that with the medicinal mushroom formulas from four. We're sick matic because they're doing a dual extraction so. I'm a huge fan of forcing matic and I highly encourage you to get some Rishi in your cabinet. All right and and so for me I love to have a couple Rishi. Maybe thirty to forty five minutes before. This is my wind down pro process. And it's just something that I love to do in definitely thinly.
"matic" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast
"We love having you love that you listen to us in one here's spew. We've got a new segment tonight so we hope you'll I like it because we like it. We're awesome basically makes us happy. If it doesn't that's I'm just sorry. Sorry I don't know what to tell you but press was good. You know same old man I actually you know as you're kind of doing the intro. I was thinking to myself doing the whole. Thanks for coming in. You know we appreciate it was like yeah you know I was growing up among us to tell me cringe young prince. You gotTA voice made for the radio. Well then I could lease turn it off. Yes and that just made me think. There's here's the thing though burns. Wow Yeah you have a radio voice you also have a TV face. Oh good God I don't know was maybe I don't know just your business. Maybe I don't know. He says well shaking little Robert Doing well little bit insecure though this This round somebody said I say like too much On the last one so I'm going to be very self of conscious and try to not say that so well also if you do feel you I feel you because I get picked apart by people like you know a prince you know your you're really idiot man like when you're talking you should do it like this this this Look what you're doing right now. You're just an idiot like okay. Thanks unlike kind of emanate but whatever says the people that don't have a podcast or do they are right though. I do say way too much but I guess I've lost that I don't realize I didn't even notice it. I don't notice it. I don't notice it much. So I I mean I've mispronounced things and get ripped apart for that and let's talk about mispronouncing things again rupert. I'm still getting tagged in like any bind ONS Diong. Ah Anybody who makes a tweet about like out of pronounce by. I'm still getting text wisely. Two years later like yeah. That is so great so okay so we have that new segment. We're in the championship round of the of fantasy leagues. And we'll have avenue all coin draft update. And like I was telling the fellas before we started recording one of us is falling away behind the others. That's what I'm just going to Matiz it a little bit before we do that. Let's talk about this matic thing that's been going on this So too long don't read is basically it looked. The chart looked worse than bit connect. Yeah or maybe not worse compares about the same. Yeah it was comparable best part about. It was sorry I know this might offend is going in their telegram and just seeing some of the community members chart bullish fundamental seven changed so bad to to laugh at but what what what tell us more what you guys know I. I don't know a ton about just that I know there's people complaining about audience. Someone in the telegram was saying that whoever does this is going to jail tomorrow if they don't do something about it I'm gonNA helpful well. Yeah doubtful like are Y. You know when you were saying like yeah so people were horrible. Going in the telegram grew and kind of getting some struggles. You know I was in the talks. I've actually been in the telegram room today to finally get to they. They made it like a private channel. I guess they I didn't I was casting curses on some. That's why they booted you. You're you're cursing I was. I was cursing the center is in there. But it's like when you've been in Crypto so like and you just you see all the shit that goes on it's like you just can't help but not go in there and just watch the absolute dumpster fire. That is happening right. So I don't know this is just clot like this is just pure crypto. Like one of those times where it's like it. Just look at the chart and we're like yeah this is. This is what we're involved in. This is crypto right. Here these are schick lines and this is what can happen. Yeah and if and if the possibility of this sort of thing happening wasn't there than the possibility of Twenty X.'s and thirty XS wouldn't be there either so it's not that it's kind of a necessary necessary evil I would say yeah It's it's Shitty and it seems like you know this is I don't know like a my speculation on what causes It was down like seventy percent. It was dropping like one percent to one and a half percent a minute. Pretty much for just non stop it. It seemed like And interestingly enough it seemed like it was kind of dragging the rest Mike. Ultra with it like you know. Yeah Yeah because you scroll down the finance like page unlike volume all ex nothing. Everything started taking a hit. Lynn Matic was getting hit. So which is interesting. Because it's like yeah. There is just so much correlation on anything in the space. But she'll yeah like even just with matic in or anything just some other shit coin and it's getting crushed and but here it is like it was actually having I would say it had an impact like I'm GonNa say maybe it. Didn't you know truly didn't that people were just trying to you. Know it's like whatever just how it is but I like to believe there was some kind of an impacter but you know it's kind of like what happens when you add in now margin trading on some of these Alz. It's like Schick and get you know you have one guy who maybe wants to start selling a position. Whatever it doesn't really give of a shit about trying to do it in a cost efficient manner which you know a lot of people will? That's done well. There's a lot of people who are like that they just don't care right. It's like okay. Mark Arc itself Arkansas. Whatever just triggers? Everything else I saw. I saw some speculation. Somebody would say like it was an allegation that went wrong and People were try it you know it was like say. They wanted to sell these chunk of coins. They had Atta program set up to do it and then the Alga just went wrong. That's some speculation. I don't know if that's the case or not. It's another possibility that I could see being pretty valid but I think This is probably changed since I saw it yesterday but from what I could tell it. Some people connected that the team from attic had transferred a lot of coins to finance in the couple of months leading up to this and it was thought that maybe that was some big poorly done liquidation event on their part Where they didn't stagger them? You know they just kind of maybe some person market sold all of it or something like that and There seems to be some evidence supporting that I. I don't both exchanged but honestly if that is the case than it would kind of make sense to me if it was saying Albo gone wrong You know maybe maybe they were you know because all these teams will set up with market makers all that stuff. So maybe they were you know in contact with the market like hey. Can you help us out with this. Like we wanted to distribute attributes coins onto the market. But we gotta do it in a fashion. That isn't gonNA crush the market. Can you build those you know. Can we get a program. That's going to help us do this And then and maybe you know like honestly I could very much see that being what happened and then from there it which is the cascading effect right now hitting all of those margin longs longs Not just stopping them out but also liquidating them and then having it just dump So much that all of a sudden spot holders holders are getting you know like Oh okay. I'm holding spot. I can't technically be liquidated but like what the Hell is going on here right and so what I'm getting. Yeah and then that's like the last big bang where it's like the spot guys are finally selling your just an avalanche of factory. All in all it went down about seventy five percent. I think thank right around there. I think that would have been like the on the Max drawdown. Yeah create Do we want to do a winners. And losers of this debacle uh-huh well and it was sold top or should I've seen clears and other ages. I would say our winters I've seen people come out like you know and I'M NOT GONNA I'm not gonNA say Bullshit because to me. It seems and you know there's going to be people who shorted the talk right. There is just as because there's you know there's margin trading waiting on finance for it. There's futures on F. T. X. for it so you know there's a lot of places where you could have been profiting quite a bit off of that move and you know this is kind of like the other thing of like you know things. I don't WanNa be the guy who screams it was just manipulation. Someone someone maybe had a short position over an F. T. X. or something and then they're just gonNa start pounding these down. I don't I don't know if I really by that but you know now. Oh you having so many different Dorados options with a lot of Alz especially with FDA is due where now there's a lot also there right and so all all the sudden you know maybe there is You know some incentive for somebody who holds a bunch of spot also holds a big position on some Dorados You know maybe they're short or something. Let's go slam the market a bit. Who knows right but could season? Yeah and that's just something that to me is bound to happen. You know the more you add on you know derivatives especially for Alz that you know you wanNA comp- liquidity you WANNA compare liquidity there. We're GONNA call them relatively illiquid in general assists Some of the ship. That can happen right. I think another winner. Is You know there's always people that just put stink bids in and if there's think bid hit on that low it was one hundred and fifty two Toshi's and now it's trading at about two fifty so that you know that's about sixty percent if it there stink bit hit and it's just like that Up every time this happens. I say I'm going to do that. I know who it and I think part of it is. You don't really know where to put it. I mean you can't really put bids on the dozens and hundreds of different points. I I don't know Another loser I would say see. Yeah I think I I I don't I don't think a guy in his position to even be but I take it comes across as not genuine in these sorts of matters and there's a track record that supports that so I'm here in to the One I you know okay. This is his me hearing things who the hell knows if there's if it's reality or not because I think they're in a situation like this. A lot of people are trying to cover their asses passes on you know. Why did this happen? The shouldn't happen. You know I mean But there was a sudden like the one of the matic founder. CEO or something had had said like he had tried to get in contact with CS e earlier. Like you know a few weeks leading up to this moment You know kind of with concerns about this like and nothing was done right and so have you know. I think it's it's easy the early. Think he gives a shit at the end of the day just wants his fees so yeah it'll come off like he cares but I don't think he really does. Well negatives that's funny. Yeah one of the narratives that's come out of this is the fact that binds is set up to screw over retail by giving founders and early teams place to offload things. That shouldn't wouldn't be worth as much as they're worth I I can see that but I think that's sort of like a something that's going to happen with any big experience. I don't know if it's really like this. Concerted concerted effort to screw over retail. And now matic was one of those one of those. I E mails right. That finance Yeah they a hosted it like exclusively so now okay now. Let's Kinda watch going forward some of these other I e Oh coins dot were finance exclusive. Are we gonNA see some shit from those going forward now like the. It'll be interesting right like who knows. Maybe there's maybe maybe we end up seeing a trend of something I don't know but you know keeping my eyes open. We'll see. The whole thing is ridiculous. I mean is it's like the just pure crypto I mean it was just a pure crypto moment as this is where we are. Yeah for Real Another thing we wanted to talk about a mention I know this this. We'll talk about it again but the tasers pump here as of late. Well we'll share your thoughts Well you know like as with the Aucoin portfolios I could be gloating here but some and keep it civil try not to be too much I don't want to. It's been doing very well. I think there's a strong narrative behind it In terms of the whole banking thing. Yes it's not. The first coins offer proof of stake or a paid out Coins in the form of like dividends or anything like that. But I think it's probably the first prominent one that has a lot of liquidity And to go along with that narrative I mean there are some other options. I think decreed has had something similar but it doesn't have nearly the publicity I don't think see I. I think the main takeaways from this move our for mean one of the things that that makes people so bullish is that the.
"matic" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour
"Over Matic in now. Only date women I forced myself to be quote feminine while dating guys. I honestly don't want men to quote, check me out. But it makes me feel like I don't exist when men quickly over there is from me, or when I'd be out with a friend who is very feminine NATO Ogle. Her like, I'm a garbage. Can it's an uncomfortable paradigm. I want validation is a human. But I also don't want to be objectified. Boy that that is a packed statement. Right there. I mean, doesn't that? Isn't that? Like the crux of so many of our lives. I want validation. But I don't want to be objectified. I mean that that is just distilled. So many struggles just distilled perfectly to that sentence. Since my friend always had her breasts on display, she got a lot of attention and would complain about it. But we both knew she secretly liked it. We are such a, hyper sexual society. And I am so not I'm confronted with this every day everywhere. And as a female if I don't have my tits out, I'm not a valid human. I would love to have top surgery, but I really don't have the time for recovery right now. Plus, I'm terrified of surgery, even if I were to have surgery, I'd still have all the mental ramifications of my lack of gender is outlined above. Thank you so much for that Alice was very illuminating for for me to cure. You share what it's like to be you and to struggle with what you struggle with. Because I I don't have any concept of of what that would be like, and I feel like if more of us got to know people whose. Battles are completely unlike our's, we would we would see that. While the things that causes distress may be different. The distress is the thing that binds us together in so many ways and the other thing I wanted to say is. There are men out there who. Don't objectify. And. As far where you gonna find them what percentage of the male population? Are they I don't know. But is a man who used to be a constant objectify or? Who and who I like to think is no longer not only can men change. But the men around. I don't have men in my life that treat women like that. And so I know firsthand that there are men like that. But I found them in support groups. You're not gonna probably find him in fraternity or at you know, dollar beer nights. But. They're out there..
"matic" Discussed on WTVN
"Ars Matic socialite hiding a dark secret her character name, or you know, when we see it. You know, there's a lot of time between when that's going to happen. We have the final season of game of thrones starting next year thousands of years prequel that's pretty big and before your role. I gotta get to traffic and weather real quick songs. About candy hit me songs about candy. This is from. What's the company named lyrics? Something other than the tallied. How much candy is mentioned in songs in which brand name was mentioned the most in songs, and they came up with Eminem's being the top one because this is Halloween up to one hundred twenty two mentions of Eminem's in various songs from aqua a chance the rapper ice cube. Travis Scott and more. So Eminem is the top one. The second biggest is skittles with one hundred skittles appears for everything from Elvis Costello to beyond say to migos and more. And then from there it goes Hershey's kit Kat jolly, rancher Tootsie roll starburst and with twenty nine mentions. Pop rocks bringing up the rear again. I think if you're if you're rhyming if you're wrapping if you're just trying to put together Lear pop rocks easier to rhyme within jolly rancher I would think so too. Although they the the candies. Have different properties. And I think jolly ranchers are are a little more well-known, then some most people than pop rocks. But you know, I don't know. Okay. Well, keep after it. You're the man thanks for the early report mean LA time, it's five eleven I'm surprised he can put syllables together. Let alone gimme raps and rhymes. But.
"matic" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Why is it that way? I run very fast. According to hang Stein. I'm approaches zero when the velocity of a mess approaches the speed of light a mass. Oh, yes. Blondie wanted meetings to discuss a little something with you that morning. My answer is no. Yeah. No, no, no. It isn't about. Oh. Well, in that case, just sit down and rest, your very. I have a problem. What's unusual about that? I got a problem too. I've been married for twenty four years. About alexander. He wants to be an actor. I was an actor is lawyer thorough Matic. When I went online. Shakespeare voice certainly out out brief candle lives, but a walking shadow poor player. An hour upon the stage. Is a no. Yeah. I did you know him personally. Died in sixteen sixty oh excuse before. For your time. I guess. I was very small. Is a wonderful actor, but it wasn't these evolved. Yeah. Sounds like it wasn't easy for the audience. Either. What was your most difficult role trying to make the hard way?.
"matic" Discussed on Raised by TV
"And my friend had turned it down my friend who you know anyway, Suraj for people who might not know as a temp track of via where they use it to help with editing Anna Matic's. And then maybe you get replaced by a famous person always. Time for that often maybe give you like, and then you could play the shop keeper. Wait, won't do that lead to be well. I was like, sure. And then I was like, oh, you're paying too. Awesome. Like anything scale, plus the going rate for voice. You must make a lot more money at every session now, and I'm like, no, that's really interesting to me to that. It doesn't grow because doing the show I was like. So I'm so excited to Arlene for more money on this. I got knowing that everyone was getting the same. I was like, oh, that's so interesting because that's not how it is in most other things. So why has that not changed? I don't know. Wait for a while, like the Rugrats ladies like they were getting like, I don't know, twenty grand. Should because insured a series regular on popular show, then they immediately we can never let that happen again. We've got to put them into the contract where people don't. Yeah, I would. I don't believe this, but I bet you that executives are like, well, we can just get someone that sounds like you if you want more money. Send kids, and then they couldn't. I wouldn't even audition for those. I was like, screw it. Give those people there, but. Four. Yeah, no. But I, I, my very first thing was Rugrats I got. I was rep tar on the road. Rid of you..
"matic" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"People that's one thing that does happen i think yes but i also think you know many many psych issues are so matai and so i do think you know people i mean you're you're basically describing yourself right now is like the back line of you know they've been analysis now they're just questioning what's going what are these feelings that are having and what's going on but you're also the frontline lose people who have psychological or psychiatric issues going on they come first their interns too because also they're having who matic's i know and i'm i'm pretty good at that but but where i was going to go with this is i always wondered because we did years and years of analysis whether and did he get lost and is that would happen with his stepdaughter was at somehow some sort of deep like he was a loss at that point that does that make any sense or is that just me just try to rationalize life our fate it it i don't use the words loss as much as people can get through in analysis and still have blind spots right they and blind spots because they really found a way to avoid dealing with that conflict you know at the end of the day writes psychoanalysis or psychoanalytic training prepares you to be really really good at listening and listening for unconscious material but you're not a mind reader you know i don't have actually machine.
"matic" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"With met matic and he's one of the organizers one of the trump republicans see so one of the fiercest conservatives in the state and that's why i like him so much so tell people what's ghana healthier on your soul nights thanks so much i am so excited about what's happening here in michigan of what's happening in this nation you know we have all we have one opportunity the way i look at that we've been blessed with the opportunity to have president trump elected uh we can see just how we can see the havoc that he's already creating and are the the people that just do not want to many moderate but all the right people earth if furious right varriale directive or theory with all these swamped oilers they are they are scheming every possible every doing everything it possibly can to scheme ally and deceive to stop this man of to stop this in a we are we are in the mist of book we are in the beginning of a conservative revolution in this nation to wear retur restore the political process back to the people and are there is nothing there's nothing greater than their cricket well what are the things it speaks to a that what you talk to weeks jewish who carlo dossier is going to be here tonight little and you were may remember early on he was donald trump's original campaign manager they caught on video i can't remember the woman's name but she came up and she lunged toward trump and he just did nothing worth a bet mover hand away and trump secret service guy at the time came up and they tried to paint debt corey lewandowski was beating the crap out of girl remember that whether it that was just completely bogus and that's that they've been doing nothing but trying to malign us we the thinking which is what donald trump went to dc with our agenda since the beginning yeah and the media is an absolute four freak out mode right now because for the past forty years in this nation they have had the rains and they have had the opportunity to to slow all of us and you know they they they're not going to.