38 Burst results for "Meta"

Fresh update on "meta" discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

Daily Tech Headlines

00:43 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "meta" discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

"Service will be limited to specific time windows in designated zones with Apollo go operating a 5 vehicle fleet in each city. Bloomberg sources say India will seek to ban Chinese smartphone makers from selling devices cheaper than 12,000 rupees in the country, roughly 150 U.S. dollars. According to the analyst at counterpoint, smartphones under $150 accounted for a third of India's sale volume in Q two 2022, with Chinese companies making up 80% of those shipments. Bloomberg estimates that Xiaomi's smartphone shipments could fall 11 to 14% under such a ban. Bloomberg's Mark Garmin reports that Apple has at least four new smart home devices in its labs, but not all will see the light of day. This includes a higher end HomePod using the S 8 chip from the Apple watch and an updated HomePod mini. In terms of new device categories, gurman also reports on a kitchen device that combines an iPad and a speaker, and a device that combines an Apple TV, camera, and HomePod aimed at living rooms. Government believes one of these devices will launch by the late 2023 or early 2024. Meta release blender bought three to

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Fresh update on "meta" discussed on Marketing School

Marketing School

01:06 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "meta" discussed on Marketing School

"To optimize your site for load time. And one easy way to do it is use the host that Eric and I use dream host. So just go to dreamhouse or Google it, find it, check it out, and it's a great way to improve your load time. This episode is brought to you by the Jordan harbinger show, a podcast named best of Apple in 2018. Jordan dives into the minds of fascinating men and women, such as Reid Hoffman, ray dalio, and Adam grant. He's a great interviewer, smart, funny, and easy to listen to. I personally think he's one of the goats of podcasting. Search for the Jordan harbinger show that's HAR, BS and boy, I, and as Nancy GER, on Apple podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts to start listening. Today, we are going to talk about an interesting development, meta announces basically a TikTok redesign of Facebook. What are your thoughts, Neil? I think it's great, you know? Because you watch TikTok too. Yeah, I watch TikTok too, because if you look at Facebook, it's more so they show you what your friends are interested in instead of showing you what they think you will be interested in, right? Because a lot of it is based on your friends and I understand TikTok may have part of that and the algorithm as well. Instead of just looking at what content you like, what are you commenting on, liking, et cetera, and then showing you more of that content. I think it'll cause marketers to be able to generate more traffic from Facebook. That's why I like it. Dude, you clock is wrong. That's bothering me. But anyway, so here's what I think. I think you have the FTC, the Federal Trade Commission in the United States, basically saying that TikTok is not safe. It tracks your clipboard, it tracks all everything that you're typing all these things, right? So there's a chance that it might be banned. And so this is actually an opportunity when you look at YouTube when you look at Instagram when you look at what Facebook and Instagram are the same thing. Or same company. But basically this is someone's chance to step up and take that attention, right? They realize that TikTok is winning the attention game. And they have some of the smartest engineers in the world, these U.S. companies. And so why try to go against the grain? Why try to roll a ball up the hill versus push it down the hill. And they've seen that reels are working fairly well. And Neil talks about this from a marketer's perspective. Look, I think Facebook has a really good shot here, not just from the TikTok perspective, but it seems like a lot more people are going back to Facebook now. And it's one of those things where it's like direct mail used to be like what's old, but it's like what's old is new again. And I think that's happening because I don't know about you, Neil. I logged into Facebook last weekend. It's very vibrant with what people are posting and people are getting fairly good engagement rates too. So I'm like, oh, maybe you should start taking a look at Facebook again. Yeah, because with Facebook, they have the user base. And yes, we may all think, oh, it's not sexy. It's old, but there's still a ton of users and people are using it. And if you look at Facebook as a company, they've been able to take features from SnapChat and crush them. They've been able to take features from, I don't know if you recall those checking apps, like Foursquare and stuff. They started taking that kind of stuff, integrating with app, and then they crushed them years and years ago. They took stuff from TikTok, made Instagram even more popular. But they're good at taking what's working for other apps and integrating within their own properties, making them more popular. So I think they'll do quite well at it. They have a history of succeeding at this strategy. And I can't wait to get more traffic from Facebook. You know what's crazy? I'm looking at their stock right now. They're PE ratio. There's price to earnings ratio is still under 13, which is nuts. But this type of business move just goes to show that they're still very savvy. They know what they're doing. The other thing I want to call out too, I was reading this the other day, Facebook spent years and years building the world's strongest social graph. And that was their biggest asset, right? That's what this thing said. And the problem now is with all these privacy concerns, it's actually one of their liabilities. And so that's why making this move is smart right. Otherwise, you know, this thing's just going to die slowly. So I think the key takeaway here is that they're pivoting and the key takeaway for you as a marketer is that there's an opportunity here. And you want to jump ahead of it before other people do because, well, this is one of those things whenever a news feature launches these platforms tend to put a lot of favor towards them. Neil, anything else? To start using Facebook again. All right, please don't forget to actually go to marketing school dot IO slash jobs that's our jobs board. So actually Neil Patel digital and Neil's agency, we have some job postings on there. And we have job postings from our company on there as well. So go there and post. We actually get a lot of apps for this. And it's free to do so, at least right now. That's it for today. We'll catch you later. We appreciate you joining us for this session of marketing school..

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Fresh update on "meta" discussed on CodeNewbie

CodeNewbie

00:47 sec | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "meta" discussed on CodeNewbie

"An original podcast from Red Hat, discussing tech topics, big, small, and strange, like what is technical debt? What are tech hiring managers actually looking for? And do you have to know how to code to get started in open-source? Listen to compiler on Apple podcasts or anywhere you get your podcasts. Thanks so much for being here. Oh, thanks for having me. So Luca, you've been building things in the augmented reality and the virtual reality space for many years, and now you are an AR VR engineer at meta reality labs, formerly known as Oculus, which is one of the biggest, most major VR headsets on the market. Tell us about how your coding journey first began. I've been doing AR for around ten years

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Facebook Parent Meta Prepares for Layoffs

The Trish Regan Show

01:04 min | Last week

Facebook Parent Meta Prepares for Layoffs

"You have all these tech companies now coming out and saying that they have layoffs. And I think that's just the beginning. I mean, tech companies have been struggling for a bit. Meta Facebook, Matt and interesting report this week, they're looking to reduce staff, but they're also saying that, look, we're going through this really, really challenging time and Mark Zuckerberg has been very clear on his concerns about the economy. They're also challenged because there's competitors out there that are doing things differently. And, you know, look, it's a challenging business. That whole social media space. It's like, what are the kids on, right? That's why they bought Instagram. And now TikTok is certainly giving them a run for their money. And so there may be some desire there to just, you know, let's blame it on the economy and explain it on the economy. But not entirely. I mean, I think he's got a point. I think the economy is slowing. They're seeing evidence of that. And so you're going to see more companies pull back as a result. I would expect then those unemployment numbers do move higher. And so this is like the worst case scenario. This is what nobody wants.

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Meta Reports Revenue Decline for the First Time Ever

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:24 sec | Last week

Meta Reports Revenue Decline for the First Time Ever

"Wall Street Journal reports this morning. Facebook parent meta platforms is expected to post its biggest drop in daily users and its first decline ever. In revenue, as the company struggles to adjust to macroeconomic forces and growing competition from rival TikTok, and by the way, on the advertising front, Google is draining away their money. So as Amazon, better bets than Facebook.

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Sheryl Sandberg Leaving Facebook Parent Company Meta

The Trish Regan Show

02:01 min | 2 months ago

Sheryl Sandberg Leaving Facebook Parent Company Meta

"I want to turn now to the Facebook news Facebook news that is pretty pretty interesting. Cheryl Sandberg after 14 years at the company is leaving. She's out. She's done, and I actually think this is probably good news for the company's shareholders, may get nervous at first, but there are serious challenges for Facebook in the years ahead. In part just because the company has become so big and so set in its ways, and the Internet is about to change drastically web three as some call it. The metaverse as some call it, you know, Facebook is changing its name. It's already has to matter, and the ticker symbol is going to change on the 9th of June to ME TA meta. This is a massive switch change and sort of the new, the new leg in this whole technology revolution, if you would. So I think this is actually the biggest challenge for Facebook going forward. I mean, how do they compete and how do they succeed in web three? And you may say, okay, well, what is that? Why does it matter, look, I like to compare it to that Disney ride, Soren, which is incredible at Epcot center. And if you've never been on it, I highly suggest if you get the chance to go to Disney, do go, because it really helps to explain in some ways what the future of the Internet is. I'm talking to you here, but I'm in this TV screen, right? I'm not actually with you physically. And in web three, I think we're going to be in a whole different sort of universe where myself in a form of an avatar or even whatever form this is taking through video will be with you and we can communicate more directly. It's going to be effectively 3D instead of 2D and how does a company like Facebook move forward towards that?

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Javier Olivan, who's replacing Sheryl Sandberg at Meta, built his career on international expansion

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

Javier Olivan, who's replacing Sheryl Sandberg at Meta, built his career on international expansion

"A longtime executive at Facebook owner meta is stepping down Cheryl Sandberg the number two executive at meta has announced in a Facebook post that she's resigning Sandberg has been chief operating officer for 14 years After joining the company in 2008 four years before Facebook went public She did not announce any future plans only saying that she's ready for the next chapter in her life CEO Mark Zuckerberg setting his own Facebook post that he doesn't plan to replace Sandberg in the company's existing structure

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Bombshell Revelation: FBI Had 20 Agents Embedded in January 6 Protest

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:07 min | 3 months ago

Bombshell Revelation: FBI Had 20 Agents Embedded in January 6 Protest

"There's a new revelation that the FBI, the Federal Bureau of Investigation had at least at least 20. Undercover agents embedded in January 6th and the crowd or in the groups involved in January 6th. And here we're talking particularly about a single group, namely the so called oath keepers. Now, how do we know this? Well, it comes out of a filing by a defense attorney in the oath keepers case. And so interestingly here, the government does not put out information. It doesn't tell you what they did, but the defense gets this information from discovery. And they look through the discovery and the government admits, yeah, we had more than 20 agents. And so the defense puts that into their emotion, that's all we know about it because the motions are official. Documents. At least 20 could mean more than 20, we don't know how many more. And the case that's going to trial judges a meat meta, and this is democratic appointee. A guy who's been very hostile to the January 6th, the defendants. So you're dealing here with the D.C. establishment, D.C. judges, D.C. juries. This is part of what I think is giving the January 6th defendants a raw deal, not really a jury of their peers, certainly not a jury in any way sympathetic to their ideas or even their motivation for why they might have gone to D.C. in the first place. Now, when the government admits that it's got all these agents, they also admit, according at least to these documents, that these agents were embedded prior to January 6th. So that means that the government of infiltrate organizations like the old keepers and they were essentially spying on them and monitoring them before January

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Larry O'Connor: Legacy Media Corps Give Reason Why Talk Radio Exists

Mark Levin

01:07 min | 5 months ago

Larry O'Connor: Legacy Media Corps Give Reason Why Talk Radio Exists

"Want to talk about talk radio with you today actually I know it's a little meta The kids like to call this meta When you're doing a talk radio show and you're hosting a talk radio show and you're listening to talk radio show and the topic is talk radio but bear with me Because I think that a lot of people in my industry by the way even within my company And certainly people in the media in general they sort of lost sight as to why we even exist And thankfully thankfully the corporate media the legacy media the mainstream media the non talk radio media That was first exposed by the legendary Rush Limbaugh over 30 years ago thus creating this modern advent of this incredible medium that we love and we use and we rely on The mainstream legacy corporate owned media once again today gives you the perfect reason why we exist And that is the conspiracy and yes that's right I'll say it it is a conspiracy That existed around the silencing in the censorship of the Hunter Biden story during the 2020 presidential election And it is all coming home to roost

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American Politics Enters New Phase of 'Profound Inanity'

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:06 min | 5 months ago

American Politics Enters New Phase of 'Profound Inanity'

"American politics at least as it's coming from the Biden administration is entering a new phase of what could only be called profound inanity. Let me just quote Kamala Harris. Let's remember, this is the vice president of the United States. This is the woman kind of tasked with Ukraine. I believe she's heading over there sometime very soon. And here's her latest statement quote Ukraine is a country in Europe. It exists next to another country called Russia. Russia is a powerful country. Russia decided to invade a smaller country called Ukraine, so basically that's wrong. Now, what is this the first grade? I think in the first grade I learned that every time I end a sentence, I went to school. School is where I study. Study is good for students. Students are the ones who attend school. And this is what we're dealing with here. This is a kind of freefall of American foreign policy and the thinking that attends American foreign policy. It's not just Kamala Harris, all the way through, you have pundits. You have social media types, and you listen to the kind of symbolic rubbish that they're talking about that has no potential chance. Of affecting Putin in any meaningful way. The New York met, the metropolitan opera has decided that Anna netrebko apparently of one of the greatest singers in meta history. Shall be banned from singing at the Met, well, basically because she's Russian. That's the reason. Oh yeah, take that Putin. Apparently I read somewhere that there was a university that's decided that it's going to cancel its course on dusty. I mean, talk about an intellectual crime, crime and punishment. Remember, foolishness, what does does to get you have to do with this? Is he responsible for the invasion of

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Hydroxychloroquine Has no Negative Efect on COVID Patients

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:46 sec | 6 months ago

Hydroxychloroquine Has no Negative Efect on COVID Patients

"Analyses of randomized trial of AC queue on the basis of which mainstream medical opinion decided it doesn't work for COVID-19. Draw negative conclusions. For instance, a February 2021 review by cock ring, an organization that produces comprehensive reviews of randomized trials concludes. HC cue for people infected with COVID-19 has little or no effect on the risk of death and probably no effect on progression to mechanical ventilation. That's ventilators. Another meta analysis by nature by Catherine axe force and others estimates an 11% increase in risk of death on the basis of 26 randomized trials.

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Biden Admin Falsely Claims They Were Never Pro Lockdown

The Larry Elder Show

00:58 sec | 6 months ago

Biden Admin Falsely Claims They Were Never Pro Lockdown

"Now Jen Psaki says that Joe Biden has never been pro locked down. Johns Hopkins study on the lockdowns. It was this meta analysis that came out of several studies lockdown during the first COVID spring of 2020. Found that it only reduced Commodore by .2% in the U.S. and Europe. And suggested they have little to no public health benefit, but severe consequences for the economy. And it suggests that lockdowns shouldn't be a part of a future pandemic response. Is that the shared view of the administration looking in the rearview mirror? Well, I would say I would first of course point you into our health and medical experts for specifics on this specific scientific study. I would note that the president has been clear. We're not pushing lockdowns. We've not been pro locked down. Really? This is the same press secretary, of course, who says the build back better doesn't add a penny to the debt. Never mind what the CBO says.

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Facebook Owner Meta Sees Biggest Ever Stock Market Loss

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:28 min | 6 months ago

Facebook Owner Meta Sees Biggest Ever Stock Market Loss

"Virginia. Hey, Charlie, what's going on with Facebook? I see that their stock is really down what caused it. Well, this is the front page of The Wall Street Journal actually today. Mehta is the new name of their company. Their plunge rattles lofty tech shares. Quote, Facebook parents company met up platforms shed more than 230 $1 billion in market value. A one day loss that is the biggest ever for a U.S. company, an increases pressure on a stock market, long powered by tech shares. Stocks priced way down beyond perfection. Faces scrutiny, Facebook, parent, company has record fall. More than $230 billion the biggest ever for a company ever for one day. Biggest drop. Meta platforms gave a disappointing financial forecast, helping the major indexes snap a four session winning streak. The tech heavy NASDAQ composite index dropped 3.7% PayPal Holdings and Spotify technologies also spooked investors in recent days when the payment giants lowered its 2022 profit outlook and the streaming company elected not to provide annual guidance. So Facebook seemed like it was this untouchable company for quite a while. But they are just completely and totally collapsing the stock is down and it's up a little bit. Actually it's backed down 21% in the last 24

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Here’s How Many Billions Mark Zuckerberg Lost in the Stock Market in One Day

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:47 min | 6 months ago

Here’s How Many Billions Mark Zuckerberg Lost in the Stock Market in One Day

"Facebook is terrible. Recently, I see that they removed the page promoting the freedom convoy by the truckers. And they have tried to block exposure of the whole trucker resistance to forced vaccine mandates. I've had my own miseries with Facebook I'm currently demonetized. I don't care about that so much, but I'm also restricted, which means they are people who used to get my page. They would come in their feed and now they restrict my distribution. It's all based upon a completely bogus. I posted innocuous clip about Kyle rittenhouse. They said, oh, by posting this clip, you're promoting a dangerous individual, then they themselves decided after a rittenhouse was exonerated that he's not dangerous, but since my post was in the period where he was deemed dangerous, they refused to take him down. This is the Shia arbitrariness. She unreasonableness of Facebook, which also now goes by the idiotic name meta. Now, generally, I like to see the economy doing well. I like to see the stock market doing well, but the stock market took a kind of hit, and Facebook was leading the downward drop. And the blow to Facebook, I'm looking here at report from CNN, wipes out $31 billion of Mark Zuckerberg's personal wealth. Isn't that great? It's awesome. In fact, it's threatening to kick Zuckerberg out of the top ten richest men in the world. He's currently number ten. He dropped like four places. And Facebook itself saw a sharp decline one day market value drop. In fact, it's apparently a 20% drop the biggest single day drop for any U.S. company ever.

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How Transgenderism Is Waging War Against Humanity With Matt Peterson

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:50 min | 6 months ago

How Transgenderism Is Waging War Against Humanity With Matt Peterson

"Then you just take it away because I said this at this event and it went viral and we got tons of emails on it. And a lot of people that were very curious quite honestly, but I'm the first one to say, was one of your podcasts on the American mind podcast around table that you guys had this long discussion about how transgenderism is quickly turning into transhumanism. It really got me thinking. So let's play cut 64 and then after the clip ends, Matt, you take it. Play cut 64. I believe, and this is to go a level deeper, but you guys are smart, you'll get it. The transgender movement actually matters even more than biomedical fascism and they actually are together because the transgender movement is an introductory phase to get you to strip yourself of your humanity to mesh with machines. It's called transhumanism. They want you to say, okay, well, I can choose any gender. Why can't I just have an exoskeleton of some sort of machine around me? This is what meta is about. The metaverse, kids staring at screens all day long. This is documented. This has proven, and this is where Silicon Valley is going. This is why there's so insistent on this transgender thing because if you stop being a man that maybe you can stop being a human being. Maybe you can kind of just plug into some sort of machine. That is really, really important in terms of a message that I think a lot of people need to hear. And I think it's a message that a lot of younger people will intuitively understand. And they see this happening, but they need the words and the concepts and the kind of way of thinking to describe it. And one way to start is, I mean, as you notice, the trans. I mean, when you say trans, what does that mean? And it used to be transsexual, right? But transhumanism is also a thing. And those two, the connection between those two concepts is what you're talking about here. And

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Twitter, Meta among tech giants subpoenaed by Jan. 6 panel

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 7 months ago

Twitter, Meta among tech giants subpoenaed by Jan. 6 panel

"Tech tech giants giants are are in in the the cross cross hairs hairs of of the the January January six six committee committee the the house house committee committee investigating investigating the the capital capital right right has has issued issued subpoenas subpoenas to to Twitter Twitter reddit reddit you you to to the the met met the the company company formerly formerly known known as as Facebook Facebook committee committee chairman chairman Bennie Bennie Thompson Thompson is is demanding demanding records records from from the the companies companies related related to to their their role role in in allegedly allegedly spreading spreading misinformation misinformation about about the the twenty twenty twenty twenty election election and and promoting promoting violent violent extremism extremism in in the the lead lead up up to to the the attack attack on on the the capital capital Thompson Thompson says says the the companies companies have have failed failed to to turn turn over over necessary necessary information information after after months months of of engagement engagement in in a a letter letter Thompson Thompson suggests suggests the the platforms platforms are are complicit complicit in in the the deadly deadly insurrection insurrection stating stating how how one one sub sub reddit reddit community community for for example example grew grew significantly significantly and and then then migrated migrated to to an an official official website website where where discussions discussions around around the the planning planning of of the the attack attack were were hosted hosted the the committee committee has has issued issued dozens dozens of of subpoenas subpoenas to to those those in in trump's trump's inner inner circle circle including including house house minority minority leader leader Kevin Kevin McCarthy McCarthy one one Wednesday Wednesday denied denied the the committee's committee's request request calling calling it it an an attempt attempt to to damage damage its its political political opponents opponents and and an an abuse abuse of of power power Jennifer Jennifer king king Washington Washington

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Dr. Peter McCullough Describes the 'Clean the Nose' Protocol for COVID

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:46 min | 7 months ago

Dr. Peter McCullough Describes the 'Clean the Nose' Protocol for COVID

"Just, I want to focus on one thing you mentioned because you said it quickly and we have some new listeners and we have some listeners that are just beginning to get exposed to this doctor because you've been in this sense the very beginning and some of this we kind of get so used to saying we act as if everyone's heard it. Just be very specific about the cleaning of the nose protocol because that is new for some people to hear. Okay, we clean the nose with what's called viral treatment. Now, that's papa Don iodine. Also known as bed at 9. It comes in a bottle. It's a brown iodine solution. It always comes in a 10% solution, which is standard. So look for better dynasty brand name of it. Povidone iodine. And then you take a half a teaspoon of that, mix it in a shot glass of water, 1.5 ounces. And then take a bulb syringe or a spray bottle and spray it way up in the nose and you gotta snip it back and choke on it a little bit and then spit it out. That's actually washes the back of the nose. That kills the virus on contact. You'll actually see the fever go down. It really cleans out the sinuses. And it works for other colds and sinus infections. I tell you, I'm not going to ever suffer with the cold again. Now that I've learned this, you know, sinus doctors have been doing this for years. Once I started talking to Dennis and sinus doctors, I think, yeah, we've been doing this forever. I go, what? They said, yeah, and now it turns out the studies are clear. There's a meta analysis by Chopra, randomized trial by chowder at this. It's clear it works. It's unequivocal that it works. And the bottom line is we can kill the virus edit source. We know what the Alma cron variant is multiplying 70 times faster than delta. We're talking a massive explosion in the nose. That's where the fever is coming from, even if there's not much nasal congestion, hit it up in the nose, it really

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Instagram launches tool urging teens to take a break

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 8 months ago

Instagram launches tool urging teens to take a break

"Instagram Instagram has has added added a a tool tool to to suggest suggest teens teens take take a a break break in in a a bid bid to to protect protect young young users users from from the the potentially potentially harmful harmful effects effects of of social social media media Instagram Instagram has has launched launched a a feature feature that that urges urges teenagers teenagers to to take take a a break break from from scrolling scrolling if if they've they've been been on on the the photo photo sharing sharing platform platform for for a a while while in in a a blog blog post post today today Instagram Instagram head head Adam Adam Mosseri Mosseri says says young young users users in in the the U. U. S. S. U. U. K. K. and and several several other other English English speaking speaking countries countries we'll we'll see see notifications notifications and and the the urge urge to to set set reminders reminders to to take take more more breaks breaks going going forward forward the the company company says says it's it's developing developing new new features features to to be be stricter stricter about about what what it it posts posts and and hashtags hashtags it it recommends recommends their their first first tools tools for for parents parents will will roll roll out out early early next next year year the the company company and and its its owner owner Facebook Facebook now now renamed renamed meta meta platforms platforms is is weathering weathering backlash backlash about about not not doing doing enough enough to to rein rein in in harmful harmful content content must must area area scheduled scheduled to to testify testify before before a a Senate Senate subcommittee subcommittee on on Wednesday Wednesday afternoon afternoon I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king

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Ohio Attorney General Sues Facebook Over Impact on Children

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:12 min | 9 months ago

Ohio Attorney General Sues Facebook Over Impact on Children

"To it. I called you originally, because last week you did an important thing about Facebook. And I'm not one to mindlessly condemn the Facebook now meta. I know many of the people who work there, they don't intentionally some of them try and do this. But what you have alleged in court on behalf of Ohio and the Ohio pensions is important. If it's proved, which is that Facebook intentionally put children in harm's way. And in Mayan kind of began to quiver because, you know, I do worry about that. Tell us what the lawsuit is about and what you're seeking to prove on behalf of the people of Ohio. Well, the theory is fairly simple and it's pretty traditional. If you're a big company that's publicly traded, you lie to the public lie to investors and then when it's found out there is a drop in us stock price, companies liable. For their deception. And that's what happened here. We saw in September and October a huge data drop from leaked documents from inside Facebook. We had whistleblower testified in Congress and the upshot is Facebook new that a third of teenage girls were experiencing mental health issues as a result of their social media usage. And they didn't care. They told the rest of us that they were implementing community standards to make sure the trolls and evil people weren't spreading bad things and hurting people on their platform. And it turns out that they didn't do that. They had rules for some of us, like you and me you. But there were other people who were having large followings and the right political profile who the rules did imply to them. And most tellingly, I couldn't believe this, but they conducted an internal review with legal counsel. And that review, which was also leaked, said, we're not doing the things that we say we're doing publicly.

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'Transhumanism' and the Coming Cyborg Reset With James Poulos

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:30 min | 9 months ago

'Transhumanism' and the Coming Cyborg Reset With James Poulos

"I just want to make sure everyone understands what transhumanism is in the sense of how it applies to them. It's this movement where these people in Silicon Valley want to try and integrate computers or technology actually into humans. You could start to see this with Neuralink with Elon Musk and many other movements and that technology is only accelerating. You saw that with Facebook, which is no longer Facebook. It's now called meta. Now, let me just start with something that I think our audience would be able to understand because there's a lot of technology behind this. I don't think even I have a good grasp on. But is it conceivable that if we do nothing? In 20 years we will be mostly cyborgs or plugged into an alternative universe and not the real world. Talk about the implications of where this technological movement is heading, which is the destruction of the human species. Yeah, that's a trajectory. You can see it in the language, the rhetoric around the great reset. You can see it in the way that, you know, social credit system has already developed in the U.S.. You know, we already have the major corporations and the government, including the part of the government where citizens can not replace these individuals by voting on whether or not they should remain in office. A tremendous unity of the institutions under federal purview, creating a social system on the Internet wherein if you say the right things and do the right things, you know, you won't get a check from the government, but you will get social credit points, basically. And it's still informal, you know, there are these things don't have a name. You can't sort of flex on people by showing that you have a higher social credit score than them. But already, if you have kids and they're on TikTok or if you just really hungry for the memes, you can just go on there and see that, you know, the zoomers who understand what's going on are already making sort of meme videos mocking folks like John Cena for, you know, for saying that Taiwan is a part of China, making fun of him for having an infinite social credit score. They understand where things are going. They understand that, you know, colleges, education system, Hollywood, banking system, every component of these pillars of civil society are all sort of circling the wagons consolidating authority and try to usher people into what I'm calling a cyborg Vivarium. You know, sort of it's like a domed enclosure, really, where people who have merged with their technology are cultivated and reordered on digital

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Facebook changing company name to Meta

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 10 months ago

Facebook changing company name to Meta

"I'm a Donahue reporting Facebook is changing its company name the new name is Matt Gordon meta comes from the Greek word meaning beyond CEO mark Zuckerberg says the beyond includes a virtual computer generated space the next platform in medium will be even more immersive and embodied internet we you're in the experience not just looking at it we call this the metaverse sucker Burke says metaverse isn't here yet some of the basic building blocks are here though skeptics say Zuckerberg appears to be trying to divert attention away from Facebook's problems the real Facebook oversight board a watchdog group says the name change is meaningless adding Facebook is destroying our democracy and is the world's leading peddler of dis information and

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05:49 min | 1 year ago

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"Just what bob and i are doing. We need to use this platform to drive change across the board. So that's way more than what bob and i are doing. We will. Bob talked about discontinued to do our thing. But what we wanna do is hear from you. How can we as a medical at meta crest meta cast community. How can we drive change together. What are you doing. What are the things that you're doing in your community that can inspire our other listener so we wanna hear and share those to drive change across the board and we're excited to hear what you're doing out there and like us you know. We have good weeks. We have we were. We're not making that much progress. But the point is we're trying and we're taking action so that's all we're looking for from the medical community is just share there. There's nothing too big. There's nothing too small so there's nothing to slow or fast but are we progressing as a community so let us know absolutely all right back to the upset. What else. oh you wrote something down a piece of paper like you had an idea. Well one thing for me. I wanted to talk about planning. Maybe one of our next talks is because i think this sprint plan affects the stand up. So maybe the next thing we can talk about is planning and and where i went. There is tasked so if you didn't do physical sprint. Planning you wouldn't know relative task. You and i've talked about. Oh ask stuff. Yeah we should definitely do an episode on that so next. Maybe we could do that next. Because that's the it's not a commitment but you get this spatial relationship between task so you know. Oh i planned on having it done here. And i'm late if you don't do that right. It's harder to know the flow. But what i was going to talk about is i. I like this to it. Almost it doesn't make me cry. But is we applaud progress so i remembered i contact. I could sit in my so. I love attending standups stand. Ups are rich and his not just the work getting done. It's the culture right maturity the teams. I think you were saying that. I get more. It's i care less. I mean care about the work getting done visibility into a however progressing but care more about. It's a cultural window and culture teams the safety of the teams but one thing. We had a ceremony where when a story was done the product owner would sign off on it. And there'd be a little round of clapping like golf clapping. And and so i could hear we had open cube space right open pods and i could tell how we were doing by the claps and it was the coolest fricken thing and it was and it was heartfelt..

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04:51 min | 1 year ago

"meta" Discussed on Meta-Cast

"Not you know. And i did a bad job of this and ryan. I don't know if you're listening if you ever listen to this. I apologize because i heard back in. And i was offensive. It sounded like it was the ryon ripley show and that was a mistake. That was unintentional. It wasn't a missed. I mean it was a mistake but it was an absolute. That was not my point. My point is just providing an example but it really is. It's as big a little a. It's getting to the point where you know. It's what do people they they call it. The agile industrial complexes another. Oh wow nick. No at the end music talks about that. He wasn't the originator. I think alastair kober know. Who's the patterns guy. What's oh i can picture his face. He's got a beard on the worst with names. I can't. I'm i'm picturing these freaking phase. I'll come maybe it'll come to me but he. He originated about eight years ago or something and it was his case. Where you know sort of industrial complexes people or building businesses including revenue models. We'd gotten away right and it's we've gotten away from little white. So that's what i was ranting about the other thing meta casters that i reflected on and it's probably not going to change me but i need to be. I need to be aware. I need to be mindful of it. Is we have a platform right and is a pretty powerful platform and when i rant make i can do came to. There can be unintended consequences for that and side effects for that. And i don't always think of it in those terms like i think of it as you and i the medication you break the meta cast is me and my buddy josh. Right just talking. And they're happy to microphones and there happened. To be two microphones. That's real and i in the pack. My mind i know. I mean we have lots of listeners. I run into people you know who recognize me about my voice at conferences. So get that. But i don't think of it often and they need to become more mindful of our of our platform and how powerful it is again. I don't wanna change the essence of who. I am but medications. i'm explaining it right. I'm learning mindfulness about the platform And i need to be careful and and what that does say is. I need to be another problem or challenge. We have is. We don't plan so. I don't plan any so it's all right so we're all off the cuff and so part of my mindfulness is i need to. I need to be a little bit more thoughtful and maybe pause before. Imagine that what before i talk so i'm learning that so ryan i apologize. I hope this explain some of the intent behind it. I do not want to retract anything about big versus little way..

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04:16 min | 1 year ago

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"You know what this is just practice when it's game time when the lights come up and it matters. I'm there okay. I've heard that somewhere before. Yeah that's right. yeah exactly. I believe any bob alright. Let's go for it okay. Welcome to medicare four no. Have you ever took scary plenty. Buzzwords.

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05:15 min | 1 year ago

"meta" Discussed on Meta-Cast

"We're comfortable people like it. We have thoughts ideas of how we can drive listenership with that with additional expertise that we don't have the other thing that we've been pretty consistent about the upping video creation game absolutely and we currently believe that the answer to that is shorter snippets of like. Hey here's a here's a ten twelve whatever the right number is like. Here's a here's a topic. We're in talk about it and then you're out and very balanced. I we joke about it a lot. But you don't i think are better medicare is. It's not word count but when we are balanced in yesterday's right and i literally think in the videos we wanna force ourselves. There's an intro. there is a topic. Josh gets five minutes. I get five minutes and then we do or something. It's not the five but there's a balanced because there's there's value. I think sometimes you don't get the value that you have your ideas. Your eye overwhelmed. That i try. I know you do. I know but but that would be the nugget right now. That's the recipe that we have the get you from both sides or whatever whatever that means right but what i know is i know. You're bob gaylon like so. Just accept that you're going to get embarrassed but like there are people that have hired of like. Oh you do that. Podcast with bob dylan. Bob is the reason why product whatever like his book. and so. that's the so. I recognize that key. Bob galeone's name. Is i right and i am one hundred percent comfortable with that and i one hundred per cent except that that has helped me throughout my career right and i and that's cool and i am more than happy and more than comfortable to let you roll. Because we do that. Saying is i think so. We've talked about thinking alabama. Yeah so i think there's some style things that are different if we're doing the meta cast yes. Yes you say that our recipe for that but if we're trying to to balanced video more learning content like the learning nuggets of the day or something like that then then i think balance. It's going to be better..

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03:54 min | 1 year ago

"meta" Discussed on Meta-Cast

"It's like hey with the content that korea fueled like some pickling happening and last episode. We talked about diversity efforts and how we can allow ourselves to be pickled by the environment and allow the hashtag to stop trending. We stop paying attention. So we cannot allow this segment which we have inserted into our last dozen or so episodes will continue to be in every episode from here on out Is again intended to drive that home to hit the pause button almost force our listeners. To stop and think. Hey what am i doing is there. Something could should be doing to make a difference. The intent here. In the meantime bob and i will talk about some things that we're doing. I have something. Oh god yeah good go. This is one of those where your feelings you read. It have been there my friends we come up and like holy crap talk about But again that's been really helpful for us to keep it front of mine and make sure we're making different so one of the things as i started to hire for product managers. I wanted to ensure that. I had a diverse candidate pool like almost insanely diverse. And that didn't happen with the initial pass. And as i've been digging in trying to look under and uncover why that happened. I can assure you. It was not because of lack of effort or lack of caring from our talent acquisition team because the leader of that group he and i partner to lead the diversity and inclusion guild at our company. So we're both passionate about it and we're trying and so what i started doing is reaching out to friends. I have in the industry and saying like hey how were you. Generating more diverse candidate pipeline and people are posting jobs. People are doing things and trying but it's not making a difference so through a connection of a connection. There's a person i know the knows. Somebody that works at hub working on this same thing. Oko ryan to create slash. Solve this problem and so we have a meeting later this week. Where we're gonna talk about combining the efforts. We have to actually make something that makes a difference So i'm i don't know what that's gonna turn into. But i know nothing bad can come out of passionate discussion by like minded people so i'm excited to see where that goes absolutely i mean on my side. It's nothing it's just the i've continue do Invite folks into the classes and to contribute to that group in nigeria. a bit so so that's continued So it's it's to me it's ongoing If there's one other comment it's maybe you know ideas from the medicare astor's if there's anything i can do to help or point people at me so if you know someone who would benefit from a class or from coaching a don't be shy about pointing them at me If someone can't afford. I teach teaches certified agile leadership class. And if you know someone or if you are listening and you can't pay for it for whatever reason and you fall into diversity or you know and that would include being out of work etc. Don't be shy about reaching out. So i guess that's my my plea in the middle here is i. Don't i'm not getting enough inquiries right. I'm not getting enough questions and so pass it around. Okay when we get back to the episode. let's do it all right one of the things. We were talking about a josh..

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02:27 min | 1 year ago

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"Of that and and how to create and market the content and that that is not straightforward stuff that we could do it ourselves. Likelihood of success is it is lower. We may get to where we want to get to over a long haul. I believe paying an expert that knows how to get the content where it needs to be how it needs to be there. That's what i think. We need to pay for in talking to my friends and they said. Hey there's there's a ton of people that you can hire to go do that but what you need is you need somebody. That's passionate about the content that can pull the right pieces. So maybe that's what. I'm saying what i'm saying. So that's what. I'm saying that exit so if that person who understands us and is excited about agile to some degree and really excited about working with us and really and they match our vision right not. It's not about the money. But then i try would trust them to pull in the right people so if they build right if they if they pull in the right people to do to do this stuff the professionals. That's what i'm talking about. It's not but i don't want to just go hire. You can actually hire just the professional. Yeah right we could do that. That will not work. And that's easy. I think that's an easy that's probably easy to do. That's what i'm worried about. We hire professional and they have zero. It's the passion i'm looking for. It's connection. Well it's a little bit of both because our content is not normal content. It's so you have to have some awareness of the stuff that matters. And here's something say. Ooh that's good if you've not had to wrestle with things that our listeners have had to listen with it. It's going to sound like the charlie brown teacher right like just making those noises and he's like well. We talked about snipping. Yeah like creating Cutting the medicare costs up in some way for meaningful chunks. Like we can. We mind it for meaningful chunks as they are long. yeah and they are wordy woah. Yeah and so. I've been told exactly. You know if. I give you an opportunity. You take it normally you know. Why would you so cutting things up the other. Puerto rico shorter better meta casters. So what is the sweet. Spot are typical medicare costs. What thirty to forty five minutes somewhere. Forty five plus or minus ten years..

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04:42 min | 1 year ago

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"I think that's the change that we're ready to make loads that i mean. We talked about content. We reach which is what you're just saying. I think we suck it reach the other thing. I think we have done. A terrible job of is connecting. I don't know there's probably social media term for this but we have a podcast writing so like cross connecting things. You did causey ripe for a while you still but we so not only do. We not broadcast caswell. But we don't connect the dots are are multi variant multi variant cloud context buzzword bingo check. Yes in our content We haven't done that Usually tweet about usually what you do is tweet. Yeah i got to the top. And then i sort of re tweeted. Yeah and then. I hope every once in a while i'll put it on Linked in or something like that but it is word of mouth. The the thing that disappoints me in us a little bit as we get when we get a lot of positive feedback from unique individuals. Right i think of someone in the uk. There's a scrum master in the uk is talked was so we have. We have solid content. We've gotten ranked when anyone actually listening to the stuff we've got some really meaningful lists. Yeah in top ten and and but we're not getting the word out so i'm not rank in the content but it's not chopped liver so we have valuable content but it's not reaching the audience that validation that people like the words that are coming out of her mouth. Yeah usually maybe not all the time which is fair and so. This is something that we've been talking about like. Hey yeah we should do more. We should do more and clearly. If we were going to do more we would have done it. So one of the key. Things that bob and i realized is okay. We have some more proof that we are incapable of making this happen by ourselves. So we need help. And that's where. Bob sent some stuff out three ish months ago. Maybe a little bit longer for volunteer help and a few people were standard..

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05:20 min | 1 year ago

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"And i remember that and do that so we had to like okay like serious about we. That times we. We've never changed the format. We've changed the basic recipe has been saying yeah. We upgraded our equipment several times right. You've got multiple my different. We swapped out. You have another my Things like that mixers and things. So we've done that but we've never changed the format. Are you thinking do we. What do you think about changing the format. I don't think we changed the format. I think this is a yes and moment your lakes. Oh man i tell you. This is an integrated convolution sherry point in the ecosystem of the universe. Are you suggesting that i am nothing. More than like business buzzword bingo now now that listeners could have a sheet at home they equally along could be part of that product. You have been assimilated by the dark and the first person to get you may have been the by the product side. Maybe so this pickle pickle voter my my dear dear listeners..

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05:36 min | 1 year ago

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"Is there visible tear on my face when you do this. Okay okay. there is the interim josh anderson. Bob dylan bob. Yes if you like we should keep this one. Quick so medicare esters. We are going to pull the curtain back. Welcome.

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02:05 min | 1 year ago

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"I have privilege that so many other people don't have when i walk into a building. It's that that that question of what. What i've said is an internal coach. I've said it one hundred times. You say it once and everyone falls off themselves. Yeah that's my privilege. Come into play. And i've never recognized it as that word and then sort of rationalizing it and and being aware of it and then sharing it and appreciating your privilege but also sort of giving it you know empowering other people so i think having be aware of are like you know when we were talking about getting quiet and understanding like growing sort of understanding yourself i think understanding our privilege any reactions to that like your privilege. Yeah i you're a football. Yeah yeah blends lie and that's where it goes for me. Is that as as you mature as an athlete or as a player on a team and you establish you kind of realized like holy crap. I'm kind of this. You develop a little bit of a swagger right and that can be used for good and it could be used for bad so but i found that there's real value in having awareness and understanding of like. Hey i'm pretty good this and there's there's now you can't be a jerk about it right that's a that's a very thin line to walk but there's real value in understanding and having awareness of that and it's something like you i didn't always have and it took somebody to wake me up and show me that and i'm like oh well wait a minute coach. Maybe an example. You're coaching someone. If you're coaching them you're coaching product owner new organization a new product owner. Oh you need to talk to the ceo this. It should just present this this and this. If you if you're talking from your privilege yeah. You're not helping them very much right right. You're not meeting them where they are if you will and you're not. It's really easy to do this..

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04:16 min | 1 year ago

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"Therapist is the right person here. Like that's way above my skill level. So i'm gonna pass this onto somebody else or like. Yeah okay. Just spending time with a person helps getting to understand them and what drives them and that allows me to coach better. I think there are too often where it's easy to create silos and we just kind of do that like nope pans off. Not my problem and and and that's where we get into trouble and again there's times way understand as a coach where as good to take that strong stance and say like no you do this. You do this you this right because maybe there are some patterns. You need the company to take or something like that so there's times where that's a good coaching approach. But there's times and i've seen a lot of people that like only do that and don't really dig into the hard stuff and say well like you know maybe it's like somewhere in the middle but that's hard. I think maybe you as you were talking. I was thinking shoe. So i think if you bring mature skill to the coach i think if you're a ha- or a re coach you can navigate the grey or you become more adept in skilled at navigating the gray I forgot that we talked about this. You're not a therapist. Our in our in our coaching you know emotional situations and we were very clear. I think as i recall about that. Yeah but at the same time. I don't want it to be so stark. Yeah so what. I'm an again if it's a shoe level coach. Then maybe it may be starkness is warranted. Right i have zero. Like i have zero experience right but see. That's where people stop is that they they don't maintain the vision of where they want to be and how they want to evolve so then they so they they just rinse and repeat. And just do that thing over and over again because it's easy but for that coach to evolve that coach to mature and really become that exceptional leader..

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03:50 min | 1 year ago

"meta" Discussed on Meta-Cast

"Tools and techniques you use. It's you could get pickled with how you proceed people in your team like you'd be. Bob is a christian and oh yeah right heckling And it sort of just challenge yourself get quiet and just do some retro reflection. What else you got josh. Welcome to our diversity and inclusion minute. I'm josh anderson. I'm bob gallon Medicare we talked about diversity and we. We've in pretty powerfully in the session so we're not gonna talk much more for just. Yeah i i think there's real value in us again hitting the pause button even though we do spend pretty decent amount of time of the episode talking about that there still value in hitting the pause button for a couple of minutes. Maybe one minute in total and saying hey we can we should. We must do better a love man. This man is a poet and he doesn't know the other thing josh is. The episode is talking about the future. Yeah i do feel like we're losing steam. I don't know about you. But in the so. In the universe of black lives matter. I remember when their protests and things like that i got pretty fired up and i'm still fired but i don't hear about it as much right at all so the momentum is gone I just wanna challenge everyone. Don't lose the momentum. I'm i'm challenging myself. We can't we can't lose the momentum so that's why we're doing what we do as well so keep the momentum up magic casters. We're going to do it. Yep dreams hopes aspirations twenty twenty one and beyond i think carrying on the pickling term Diversity is something that because we didn't maintain it front and center in our brain as a society. We enabled ourselves to be unfortunately pickled by those issues that are out there so now the positive thing is that the awareness is there and we have to maintain that awareness upfront and again be vigilant and and do everything we can to right the wrongs and get things going back in the right direction. This is something we've been talking about for months. That bob as he was talking about who were going to get to speak things like that as i re engage hiring as bob and i are looking at hiring somebody to help us with the meta cast rally. There's there's all these things that are out there that we are now more intentional than ever to ensure that we unpick ourselves from that that that's that's the one thing that i think we've talked about a lot this year. We probably won't ever talk about it enough. But that's that's the key thing that i really hope maintains steam.

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Meta-Cast

03:32 min | 1 year ago

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"I know i i wanted. I just wanted to go away right. I hope and dream You replace it with something like mini safe or something or a. but it's it's out of control Do you feel like it's gain steam gaining so it's gaining okay and the thing that Jerry weinberg had this quote. And i've i've written i've written a blog post about this experience with eric. Like i always do. And jerry had this thing called pig. He calls it being pickled and the quote is Cucumbers get briand before briand get. Brian gets pickled. And since the point is you the environment changes you before you change the environment right. And i think as coaches we can get pickled. Yeah i think. Eric grit and i'm not just saying this medicare he is incredibly bright thoughtful pickled. I don't think you realize it's like the frog in the hot water right. Yeah yeah. I the the only one hundred percent agree. That is a thing what i am. What what my like internals react to is i. You know what. Bob you're right that can happen but i'm gonna put it on me to be like super vigilant and not let that happen. Yeah the self awareness can lose that so yeah so now. You're really really paled. But you don't know your pick. Yeah you know it didn't know it. It's no the ownership of that is on south right. Absolute one hundred percent shame on again. Nice guy thoughtful but you have to be self aware you know maybe mentor. Get a mentor or coach or something or ask people but but erick is absolutely pickled in in safe Eric eric willeke. Oh the guy on the air cannon like wait no no area because i know the eric cannon no no no and he's not alone a lot of people get pickled in the framework okay. So so let's do that. Let's talk about that as you as you for. Twenty twenty one take some time off and measure. Your pickled nece is that that's not a term but take an honest reflection of hey arm my views about who we could or should be less aspirational than they used to be. Have i like lowered the bar where you're going man because it's like well you know i tried and it was hard. Okay if that's true. Then there's some pickling that's happened and walk back into twenty twenty one resetting that bar where you wanted to be because it won't just happen like you've got gotta be super intentional to not allow the pickling to happen because you're right if you don't really invest it. Can i see it in myself right there. There are times where i catch myself like. No don't don't do that like you. Just keep fighting this is. This is the thing. These are normal. Yeah but it's it's. It's incredibly dangerous right and it's the lack of software. You don't know it right. it's like it's you're changing and you told no you're changing so i would extend what you're saying. It could be methods meta casters. It could be a how you view leadership and your company's it's the.

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04:11 min | 1 year ago

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"Your office or your home or your kitchen is and agile groups in australia. New everywhere I don't do it that often i could just. I just want to sort of create space. I get a little burned out. But the there's there's no better time opportunistically do virtual presentations in really safe. You know usually it's fifty or less people Virtually in it's it's pretty darned safe to do that. And you know he likely be doing it in quite a comfort so in the place. You're in every day in the setup where you already control all of the technology you know that like i know when you go and speak we get there early and check all the things and make sure that everything works because you know never trust other people's technology now you control the environment yeah it's just so that's one speaking getting out there but then my hope is getting back to face to face. What are you got. Yeah i just want to pile on that face to face. I have been working to get better at the natural conversations. That just happened when you're in an office and you bump into people i've been trying to generate those a little bit more By showing up to virtual meetings a little bit early in just hopes of trying to spark that conversation that might have happened as people are going to get coffee or whatever it might be. Go grab a snack or you. Just get up and strut your legs. There were so many things that happened. That i miss that. That has been harder for me to feel as connected as i used to so. I'm trying to make active changes to get better at that and to generate those same conversations. That just like just happened without any intent. Those are the things that i think. There's some secret sauce there and we've tried a few different technologies to have like hang out spots virtual. Hang out spots and try as we might. We haven't found one that really nailed it but things are evolving quickly. So that's something. I'm going to continue to drive for us to generate those casual conversations that often generate tremendous value. I'm gonna pile onto connection a little bit Because it's funny. I'm triggering on the word. i've been thinking about. I'm reading a blog post right now about my cow class and one of the things that i try in my mind when i enter. I'm doing this week. Starting today in. I'm trying to create connection so when i enter the class and its connection to me. It's connection across the classmates right Getting them interacting and things and in overtime. I'm thinking might. The prime directive is not learning is not Networking it's if like connection is the meta is. The is the root foundation of team success and organizational success and events success There's this lady in the uk africa to name but she she's expert in virtual environments and she talks about creating a meeting and having a breakout rooms. So that say you ten minutes early and you create breakout rooms for people to just hang out and you just throw people in in groups of four and then they just have conversation and that's so she's trying to generate connection getting to know one another. I actually think when we're face-to-face focus so much connection we try a little bit but virtual gives us this intention out to it right. It gives us you a focus like lena virtual environment. I'm focusing on it. When i'm face to face. I think we get lazy about connection potentially yes It really makes us focus on that. So i i plus one on you know medicare astor's focus on connection. Yeah i i. That's your directive..

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02:30 min | 1 year ago

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"I'd love to see more of you. Can i throw out a challenge. Totally unprompted given that. We don't plan for anything if you're out there and you're thinking about hey i'd like to speak reach out to bob and i because this is important to us to get more voices out there more diverse voices of all the diversity of diversity. We need more out there and don't wait for the in person stuff no reach out and there are plenty of opportunities to speak. We are happy to help. We wanna help. I know the last time that you co-chaired a session or whatever the thing was you were actively looking for new people for new voices for different voice. I went i went for new but that virtual conference i went for. I think we had five women out of so. I was looking for diversity i was. I was intentionally so it wasn't a happenstance now. It happened at these young ladies produced really good ideas. That good talks. But i. I really put on my diversity. Had i invited some people outside of my track to commend. So absolutely that's meta casters. There's i can't tell you how. How much value. There is in getting over the hurdle of public speaking. It's not just the speaking. it's the networking is developing your own personal confidence It's developing your network. There's all these intangibles. So if you have any inkling to do it The challenges out. Josh challenged you. Yeah and And i i'd love to help. Josh can help and it isn't virtual now. I mean you can speak. I mean. I'm actually not submitting. So i'm intentionally stepping back to his base for other people but there's so many groups now i mean you could literally speaks who agile groups across the country. We're yeah it's and and often a hurdle that was a frustration back before cope with it. I was frustrated by the lack of compensation and or support. That many conferences gave two speakers that you had the okay like yes they might accept you but you had to be willing to foot the bill to get there and to pay to stay there and that is a huge hurdle for some people and this now has changed the game so i think that's a great point that you can speak for any local conference or any national or international conference..

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05:22 min | 1 year ago

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04:25 min | 2 years ago

"meta" Discussed on Meta-Cast

"Is my mic to. Mike works great. Is it working okay. It yeah as long as you're not six feet away from it. We're gonna be like that. I thought we just talked about having humane. You ask him questions answered. The microphone works great. Especially when you're not six feet away from it. Welcome to the intro. I'm josh anderson. I'm bob gaylon meta casters. It was kind of interesting today. Josh and i we meet and we like we struggled a little bit today to get a topic but then we landed on something Leadership related in communication How leaders communicate so that teaser. And what does good and bad luck like. I'll use those two terms. And how do how to be more how to do more good today. Get a josh i think. So can we go onto the onto the episode onto the episode. Welcome to the medic asked. I'm josh anderson. And i'm gambling. Don't don't i mean we're like three seconds into the episode would take to josh already. Where mocking me. I'm yeah you are no. I'm not so everybody out there prior to us deciding to actually start the episode happened. Josh bob was giving me a hard time about trying to maintain an even tone and here we are. Where are we josh. Were thirty five seconds into the episode. And i hope that's a good guess and i'm just being i'm just trying to keep an even keel giving me a hard time about not having passion. Are you saying that. I'm mocking you. Yes i am bob perhaps. Let me consider it thoughtfully. You've ever used those words medicare's throughs. Hey so speaking of using those words ever before yes sir. Bob scott a great topic today but we were told josh. Remember talking about it. It's it's phrases essentially. Came out of this moose. Heard i think where did this come from. I was either. Oh i know what it was. I was teaching an online class. And we were and someone brought up. Do leaders have anti patterns in their speech that are really like reflection patterns or not helpful patterns and they were looking for in. What we're doing is is practicing communication with leaders and In my initial response in the class was not no i mean. I don't know if there's like you know a list of these things. But then i started thinking about it and i think there i think there is like the one that comes jumps to my mind is. Don't bring me problems. Bring me solutions. So that's an example of what the folks in the class were talking about. You go to a leader trying to communicate to a leader or whatever and trying to have a convert a conversation about something like the project is in trouble and you're and you're desperately looking for a partner in that leader and the his spells that and and then they deflect maybe it's a deflection pattern is something like that. So that's what we so medicare's that's what we wanted to talk about is maybe explore some common deflection patterns leadership deflection patterns. Where people are saying things. And what's the danger. Leaders are using them as a deflection. And then maybe you know what are some of the recipes to work around it or so. Maybe there's detection first and then how could you work around it. Or how do you handle that. So i've got two things specific to that phrase okay. I do believe there's value in leaders taking that approach.

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