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"metromail" Discussed on The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast

The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast

03:08 min | Last month

"metromail" Discussed on The Spawn Chunks - A Minecraft Podcast

"Now it does look like a smoothing of the end texture of assault not the sides it sort of as though the kind of hexagons that they've employed through the the n. texture of assault all kind of smoothed down to little bit but I think the name smooth only refers to how we obtain it renewable which is to smelt in furnace and that has to go along with the convention of smooth stone being stoned that you smelt it and smooth sandstone and red sandstone. Likewise so yeah i i get. The name doesn't necessarily conform to how we find it in its natural environment. It's more of the the mechanical side of things. It's you know it's it's consistency. With the naming convention of other blocks that we obtained that way and we typically find smooth variants of sandstone and so forth naturally in the world so it is the first time we're encountering a block that is already smooth with having to do anything to it beforehand and if we're going into the realism of things you know the deeper you go in the world. The more pressure in the more heat happens in the earth's crust so you'd end up with things like smooth assault that would happen natural because of I can't remember the technical term geothermal. Or no i mean the the rockies metromail fake and that that minimum thanks. That's also how you get slate..

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"metromail" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

Stories Philippines Podcast

07:57 min | 8 months ago

"metromail" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

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"metromail" Discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

43:15 min | 11 months ago

"metromail" Discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

"Now. I. See have a lot of the same guys in the League, but you know if you look back at my high school, a Lotta My. You know my friends have done done well there. You know having a good successful, so know there's a few other ones. Are you know drinking all the time getting? Had All right. Are you guys looked a winner? The good guys and then there's like like the total burnout. Some users of your high school there i. Can't believe it's still in the league. You don't mind It's always the same people you got your. You got some people who drink all the time of drafts, and you know I've fun to doing all this but I take it a lot more seriously than they do. We'll say that the once again. It's all about the waiver wire. Yeah that's very. You know both your second read booking. Reading the ID League is that any fancily? Yeah, it was called the Eddy fantasy. ran out of Milwaukee Wisconsin. It's all locally story? This is a little embarrassing. It's going to be you know forever and and I. Don't know podcast history we used to. We drive down and there's a ten team league are firstly we ever did nineteen ninety nine. Whenever and we stopped at the local gas station We'd get down there and not a gas station. What was it? It was not a gas well. It was something weak- Gaspe kind of what it was. So we, we've we by like you know beef Jerky. Snacks and soda and so on. I always pick up a couple of barely legals and I bring him to the draft and I would like you know. Just put him on. These guys. There'd be distracted the whole looking barely legal. With Nice. None of these guys do or these magazines came David. Just you know they. Just dropped them off the coffee table. Go sit down somewhere. And before he knew somebody was taking. You know I- Terrell Davis after he had retired in the second round. It was great it was a it was. Number One. We. Stop of we stop the draft not like. Oh. That's great. You'll see that's the thing. You know these national contests as much as I love them There's something about locally. It's It's pretty special. Interest all right anyway. David haven't ask you this question about a recent football. Guys draft a week ago. One with Michael Thomas over fuel Elliott and that would be kind of. Kind of a controversial pick Why did you decide to go that direction? Well, if you look at the overall production last year, Michael Thomas. Outperformed easy go Thomas. Deal. by about seventy points over the season Thomas had consistently produced and its first and second season we had looked at him and liked him. We had him last year. Yeltsin's go any helped us get to that. Thirty first I position and We've item up as somebody who is a very serious player and worthy of a number, one or two pick, and so we We selected him over Elliott and I will say that before this particular year we have always been focused on running backs in the first round. Elliott. Is Not somebody that excited us to the extent that we were willing to take them over Thomas. The only. The only person were excited. For is really Christian McCaffrey. Join the club I'm definitely with you on that that for sure It's interesting, too, because I think Elliott and Thomas might be on a little bit of a different trajectory. Right now we've had people come on this show even last season talking about how they think. That you Kinda, see Elliot slowing down a little bit not that he's past his prime, but you kind of maybe not the same robbery was a year or two ago. We're Michael. Thomas I mean look at that guy. He honed in ready to go and definitely prime for big time twenty twenty season. Let's talk about a different team in the NFC, and that's the troy. Troy Jeff you guys locked up the Andrea. Swift and carry on Johnson in that same draft. These are two players that I've seen guys within in several drafts so far. This has strategy that you guys like to employ in the football. Guys, Players Championship, not necessarily just with Detroit, but locking up ground round game when it looks like it's going to be a committee between two guys. Well yeah, I like to try to always get the hand cough. I mean it doesn't always happen. like there was one instance where we were I forget who it was we were trying to. We're trying to draft a hand company in the tenth around and I was our first trip. Is here and James White was available. And we took him over. WHOEVER THE HANDCUFF! What's the point you know? You WanNa. Get the handcuff. There's if there's somebody really better out there. At least someone he thinks better. You're going to grab him instead. But I can give up on James Whitney time throughout. We've done ten draft so far and James. Where does that fall on down to the? End the other draft, but yeah. I would try to get the hang up if I could if it was the right pack. At the right time really for running back, we tried to handcuff more than the receivers. Yeah, definitely. Yeah No, it makes sense you guys. Are you guys pretty bullish on swift and Johnson this year and that Detroit Ground Game? Just where they're coming up at the draft so far I I like swift. But who knows the reality like who's really going to take it? Though that's why wouldn't have them both in the same team? Look if one of them gets cerebral GONNA have the other ones. And if we have to take one a little bit earlier than we wanted to, it's all right, but will work out in the end colourfully you never know. Speed so let's stick with running back. You guys have drafted both Lee on Devon Single Terry multiple. Justice here, so jeff are Have you seen zero on most players or just kind of I? Don't know if they felt you necessarily or talk to me a little bit about balancing their. Exactly what you just said, that's where they're falling. We're looking for running backs in the third round wave. You on always there and we're always looking for money back to the fourth round, and and and Segal Terry's. They catch the ball. Taylor, Bell! He didn't have a good year last year but I. Don't think careers any music to get him to the third round. I think that's pretty good. How can you pass up around? It was Melvin Gordon boots. Seven gone in yet. David is and Jeffer- show and joining the high stakes fantasy football hour tonight four time football guys players championship. League champions as well as thirty first overall in the FCC. Last year Dave when when Emmanuel Sanders got signed by New Orleans. A lot of people were concerned about the targets potentially going down for Jared Cook and that offense this year. Are you in Jeff? SORTA on that same Chan or do you believe he's a nice value right now? We think he's nice value where we have taken him so far, which isn't in the mid rounds and Sanders may take From Him and we understand that, but cook is someone that has found the end zone and he he receives end zone, targeted metromail robbery, and we love drew brees and hopefully between Michael Thomas Sanders and cooks. They opened the field up. and Cook will continue to get some endzone targets which were hoping for, but where we're picking him. In the mid rounds. The value is there for him. and their tend not to be better tight ends at that spot. So I! Don't think that Emmanuel Sanders is a factor in our consideration of. Can Jared Cook where we take him? Dave I you know you look at it. From the standpoint of a lot of people leading drew brees slip just like quarterback slip in general, but then breach slipped down, and and certainly age is a factor there, but you guys think he's. He's prime for another big year, right? Do, we do There were shot right. He's gotTA. Keep his mouth shut for starters. Yeah. We drafted him nine times before you start shooting off. And but but drew brees. This is true. But drew brees has not shown signs of dropping off in his production. He he performed strongly laster, performed strongly at the end of last year, and with weapons hopefully continues that and there hasn't been a physical breakdown that we've seen or indications of that led to Twelfth Grade Eleven and twelve round the value. for quarterback of. His stature with the weapons he has. It's time. To take them there, and so that's where we've been.

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"metromail" Discussed on Gugacast

Gugacast

10:48 min | 1 year ago

"metromail" Discussed on Gugacast

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"metromail" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

06:50 min | 1 year ago

"metromail" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"metromail" Discussed on Gamepinions

Gamepinions

12:17 min | 1 year ago

"metromail" Discussed on Gamepinions

"I'm going to the subway just wasn't very fond of the maps either. Like oh I'm just kind of going to my day to day and here comes some guys gun shoot. Them is a weird. I don't really have much in that account when I feel like the enemies doing something ridiculous where I feel like I'll be advantage if I did it just for a little bit. Because is obviously is a kill cam and eventually find out where you are so yeah I like riding around but if running around gets a lot then itself points yeah. Cooper eight spots area. But I won't stick to a single permanent spot L.. Stick to a single area. Yeah yeah I mean that's kind of what I do too. It really depends like you know. There's certain maps were all Kinda. Just run you. You know to like a hallway. All you know hook up my gun to whatever wall is in the way I'll sit there for a few seconds if anybody walks by take him out and then I just kind of move Yvonne. Because I mean to me. It's boring sitting there waiting for someone to show up as boring like unless surely a sniper. It just it's it's Kinda stupid. I mean there's no kind of feel like that's honestly part of their audience though enjoys that aspect of it which they're trying to also cater towards campers non campers. I feel like they made that one to their primary focuses. Because there's no way you can play those maps or Beta test those maps in any way and not realize there are spots. Were camping his definitely. You know a thing like you're you're gonNA be able to camp in those spot in certain in certain areas and there's no way that they didn't notice that so I think they're trying to appeal to their audience there and that aspect but we are breaking down the game quite a bit you guys though. I feel like we're duty right here. The only legitimate capping CONC- snipers I mean what else can you do. Especially in cul de. Yeah about what he's supposed to do. Well that's true. They have a good point with snipers being there. And what else are we supposed to do so I didn't. I didn't really think about that. Yeah Yeah and they have the Lens Flare and all that you know the different ways to kind of indicate. Hey you're about to get shot. Get killed killed there. They kind of moving onto the triangle to battlefield. It's kind of cute also realistic groundwater fake maps and People Council. This is so cool. Yeah battlefield go on the battlefield doesn't much better doesn't really work much ethnic no I personally I mean I think think round whereas kind of trash honestly I think it's kind of knock great very poorly executed. All it turns into is going up on the roof and just killing you when you physicals are vehicles are really bad to control not. Yeah Yeah and I know we're talking about call of duty modern warefare lot but this is a really good breakdown of one of the Games that has been released in twenty nineteen and I think we need to also kind of analyze. Some other Games have been released this year. Maybe break them down on a bit to John. Have you ever played just big title games at the moment but like secure ugly. It's like the dark souls Japanese of has it yet. I you know we haven't played either. Yeah we have not but TJ has and he actually has talked about on this podcast before If I had to guess in all the Games that came out this year that would probably would have been his game of the year. Oh again now. He sees a little bit biased. When it comes to games because I mean you have your favorite games of course if if new halo came out this year will be like? Oh Yeah of course it has its flaws. I love Halo chief right so but Seguro I think artistically weekly and in the way it was performed you know like the way the Games developed is obviously very nice. I think it was a different style. Probably teacher was discussing than the previous dark souls. Also and how it's I guess the combat systems a little bit different. Did you recall. It's very similar to how dark souls plays or like you know that's series from software game. Yes ain't creators designer. I know like I think he was mainly talking about the different art style and how it kind of feels a a little bit. I guess different and more. I think it's supposed to be more of like a a Japanese like style of Blake Art. I'm pretty sure they were going for a different. I think a different kind of cultural like aspect. Honest with you. Yeah like you know like Samurai kind of those kind of nightly things over there. I'm sorry I don't know the technical terms but but it's a highly praised game in. It's probably going to be you know. We wasn't announced the game of the year. Who was the official game of the year? Oh yes words. Yeah I mean. Every website has their own game of the year award. I mean we're GONNA have our little tiny game of the war game of the year. Sure thing here too but as like the the biggest one that I guess is more critically recognized. Yeah it was considered game of the year this year which I mean if you have a lot of the time to devote to those kind of games than I can guarantee you we will fully enjoys him and you know if you even want to spend any time that you have towards it. I mean they are very good gains very beautiful but macguffin offer everybody. Because it's you know you can be frustrating and it has definitely a learning curve to it. Definitely Pantley I mean. That's something like I enjoy then. Do I get frustrated fast. Yeah no there's other games that came out this year to Just to to list a few Pokemon sort sword and shield came out this year. The first real pokemon game to come out on the switch I. I didn't play that I wanted to didn't get around to it you guys. I'm assuming didn't get around to it either. No but I know your sister has and she had a spoke to me a little bit about it thinks she wasn't. I wasn't impressed with it. She said it was rather easy. And you guys had played the original Pok Mon Games and to see something like this. Come out where they're disclaimer. They're touting it to be like this bring a pokemon standard in a way like I feel like pokemon and general has never been super difficult. It's always kind of been like you know babies I are. PG and away But yeah it's it's really it's it's kind of just got easier and easier though and I don't know if that's just because the game has gotten gotten easier or if we're just getting better at playing games. Yeah we're more skilled more skilled. Now we're more evolved. Have you played played any of those games by chance John or no any other twenty nineteen games. The have released that you've really even bothered to kind of play with Played a lot of just in general in general art as unskilled Pets soccer felt that we definitely have death. Stranding is definitely going to be brought up again but Y- death stranding is pretty so you you talk about. They discussed a lot of it. However however Metro Exodus I believe released very early early in two thousand nineteen in the Metro? Games are a fantastic series of you know honestly I it's hard for me to get into shooter. Games let alone something like call duty but Metro Metro in its story if you trace it back. It's just fantastic and exodus can came out was very open like the maps were just vast. Ast and I believe exit was released earlier this year I had caught up with every single one of them with modal brother. So that's why I'm a little maybe off with my scale as to when they did release. That's okay yeah I'm I'm not super familiar with that series I know about it. Obviously but I've never actually outside of a Demo Komo. I've never actually played one. How about you John? And he metromail not played a dental but but but is a very. I felt like I just like all the little aspects of it. You know how everything just. I don't know it's different than gears of war. It's different than any shooter game. I can really stick it. You know to. It's not like a halo. It's on call duty. Not Unlike anything I've ever played before and almost like I like this. This this is definitely different and it sticks with you you you WANNA go back to it if you actually give it a chance. I think honestly the earlier Metros in my opinion and then being such smaller maps and more it almost felt like doom in a way. Because it's not very hard you know you're supposed to do. It's a whole heck of a lot a lot of shooting and you traversed this map very quickly usually in it's dark and you're just gunning down enemies and then when this game came out. It was a lot more or stealth which was very interesting for that kind of game in made a little scary and your enemies were almost you know. Most of them were human. Ironically in my opinion opinion you fall a lot of other humans that were kind of bad so it Kinda gave A. I feel like a Tom Clancy. Spend it in a way which was Kinda Nice. It's kind of like how I would want it done but it was definitely different than the previous Metro's still good in my opinion but as far as the game of the year I mean I love that weird districting stuff i. That's just me yeah. I'm a huge fan of death standing Now before we get into the game of the year just a couple more games to kind of you know. Take note of that didn't get to play A link to the past For the switch really wanted wanted to play that I. That's that's right right. No Link's awakening is. I'm so confused. I'm getting mixed up. I think it's link's awakening was it links awakened okay. Yeah I'm I'm thinking of the Three d version Yeah I wanted to play. That didn't get a chance to play Luigi Mansion three wasn't super interested in it. I wanted to play that but I really didn't get a chance to to do that either. I also wanted to play. Fire emblem three houses. Did Not get a chance to do that. The New Star Wars game fallen order. Oh Yeah we haven't touched did not even touch. It looks really good though. And that's probably going to be after completely completely finished with death stranding. That will probably the next game that I get a has to be star. Wars are thing. I think we played that we might have skewed opinion. It might be a little bit different and so just before the game of the year thing just want to throw that out there. There's a lot of awesome games. Knock it to play this year and same here. I mean we're just going based off of what we have played. Yeah in what we would consider our little game of the year. It's just unfortunate that there's only twenty four hours a day and jobs and limited funds so we literally can't play everything it's just it's Israel so we read down a few games that I did pick up that kind of going through this year. Had some now are John. Shoot every us for several sportscene talk. We talked like a whole pocket and will be released. Nineteen so antics L.. Twenty inches picked up recently asleep. NFL Not too long ago To other games that I play or have played that came out at this year and goose game. I played that too and else fun I sent it. I think it was worth because I would. They gave the year. Are you talking about the goose in use can drag things around is goose. You do a whole bunch of he stuff was like to me like a way concern later but it was very fun game.

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"metromail" Discussed on The Product Podcast

The Product Podcast

11:21 min | 1 year ago

"metromail" Discussed on The Product Podcast

"So the last part that we're seeing an amplitude dude is the idea of organ team starting to come together and now this is sort of a natural part of things coming in and out but I think what's really interesting now is is how we're seeing the cross ownership of teams right for a long time marketing channels and products own. Just what's happening Senate proxy of Life Cycle Team. And maybe there's some crossover the whole of growth has been really hot. The last couple of years right Emma growth is basically saying is that we think people should be on a couple of different teams that can look across all the metrics and do the right thing for the business. Well growth in my penis kind of like a short-term band-aid what's actually going to happen right and that's what we're starting starting to see more now from our customers is that marketing isn't just going to own channel optimization but Morgan's GonNa own is finding the right people who are most likely to retain right if you think if you go back to Peleton them marketers if they're doing ads if they're focusing their they're not just going to blast out to everyone because that's that's not the right strategy. They're going to look for who the right people that fit our segments that are most likely to retain and that's homeless. Spend money on right because that. That's what marketing you should be held accountable a cannibal to bring in those right people. Same thing for designers designers aren't going to be focused on designing the onboard experience. It's or like a piece of it but we're designers thinking about the tire customer experience and own that from end to end because that's how he experiences like Nike Right. It's not one designer each day doing a portion. It's everyone take step back and say what is the best experience for customers. And that's asking ourselves as productivity and so we see from people who use amplitude. We always ask our customers to log with title because it helps us customize some of the things that they see is the titles that were seen are actually changing and so for those of us really isn't products guys here is that there's actually new titles that we can start to look for things that were interesting right and so we see things like data governor. We are whole job is to make sure that the data's clean easy to use easy to share across your company right that's super important now or growth designer or director of retention or personalization product. These are new titles that are just starting to pop up and that's because the team functions are starting to integrate a lot more so those are three trends that we're seeing and again like none of these are brand new. What's actually happening is companies can finally execute on this? We've been talking about inexperience lifetime value forever but now we can start to optimize. We can make it our strategy. We used data inside our products. Actually Act and so about shutdown. Why aren't our products better? And that's almost always because you've heard almost everyone here talk about so far is that you need that data about I users about the behaviors about what they're doing in order to make those decisions in order to decide in order to figure out how do we how do we build the best and and experience and how do we know. We've we've actually succeeded. That's how they did. It comes to play and so the first thing we need to do that is to really get high quality data across our entire entire our customer experience who thinks they have high quality data today. Yeah right I don't know that anybody in the world consider that even Nike. They're they're in a better place but they're still working on it right. That's that's an ongoing project for us. But that's that's barracks you and we can't just collect the whole use it later. That has to be part of the strategy right and so the idea here. Is that if you look across our user journeys whether they're on Web or mobile or in store we have to track every every step along metric and you guys should be laughing at me right now because this is a joke because no one knows customer journeys perfectly straight like this right there look a lot more like us. And that's why getting high quality data so difficult right because the top one is web. The second one's mobile the bottom lines in the store people are bouncing around right. That data is typically fully silent across those different groups and so for us to get high quality data across our across our ecosystem that has to be entirely integrated. It has to be a single source that can pull it all together and make it easy for all the teams to look at and understand because with the mobile team does mobile doesn't just affect that experience. It's going to what's what's GonNa be in store and on the web and so they have to know how that's what the results that is. That's number one have to have high quality data the second thing. That's super important. Runway is idea like systematic. And when I talk about systematic growth. It's it's mostly having to do with. How fast can experiment and learn and when people are talking about experimentation a lot and it's often this in the vein of like we gotta make sure you have the right? Experience is the blue button or the dark blue button right like no. That's I mean that is a use for experimentation is to optimize funnels but when I talk about experimentation for product people are trying to find the best ideas that actually help us creek great experiences for our customers. So there's a study that came out out a couple of years ago from Microsoft Stanford and what they did. They looked at all the all the teams in Microsoft Office and Microsoft and they were trying to figure out in which teams of the teams that perform the best. Why do they seem to have so many more? Why do they seem to do so much? Better teams that didn't perform as well and so they spend all this time. I'm trying to San. What's it like through education and experience? Was it just a personalization are persona thing right. Well it turns out there. If you actually looked the data there was no difference in terms of the quality of ideas among those groups. Each group had a third of their which are bad outcomes a third of their ideas years which flat and a third of their ideas. That were good that means for all teams. Most of their ideas are going to fail and so the reason why experiment is not to decide. The color box is to figure out. How fast can you identify your ideas? That are GONNA work in double down on this. And that's what the team that did the best that Microsoft was. They're really good at saying here are ten ideas. We're GONNA figure out which three of them are going to be the ones that are going to work really really well and we're going to spend Oliver does but that's what they do in advance. They don't ship all of them. Because if you ship all them you're GONNA get flat. The good is going to cancel the bad. And you're in the middle. Do Small tests difficult got which one are going to work and go. And that's why like having this high quality it is used to do this really fast experimentation to identify. What are the right ideas? Here's that we have because we're proud of people really smart like we. We know our customers better than anyone else. But we don't always know the best idea to do that. and that's what this experimentation is designed to do is to actually identify the best idea but even that doesn't actually solve the problems we're talking about before right because there's something here. Sure that the free these have or three. These three problems are missing. That we haven't I haven't talked about don't have an idea. It's is called context. And so when I say that like when a mean by context what that means is that these are incredibly sophisticated systems but the forgot to taking account the context of the situation right so facebook is just looking at rich post of James. Got The most attention over the past year and yes the the part of his house burning down was certainly the most attention grabbing. But obviously not the right thing your mind and linked in is like is telling Sean that he's a perfect fit for this the job because of his past history which is true. But Sean doesn't want to work anymore right. And so what. What a lot of parks missing is this idea of being contractually aware understand what our users are trying to do from a tent their preferences right what they're thinking about and using that to help guide us into what we building and how we should be customized products for them and there's an industry? It's actually moving this direction really really fast. And it's probably GONNA surprise you car insurance you like what are you talking about. How car insurance doing this? Well let's do a brief history lesson for Karcher so not too long ago. Car Insurance was totally physical relationship. Right you walk into your store. You're talking agent. You think some options and you get your car insurance when you walk out then. We had digital accessible car insurance. We could search online may look look a few options. You probably still had to call in but at least you could do a little bit on your own now. Most car insurance today digital interactive. Where you can say I have to claim mm-hmm or by batteries data out of gas helped me even still that today is very user out right is in like the user has to tell hell the APP what it needs what would i? It doesn't. It's not thinking it's not trying to take an account my context in serve me additional value. Well there's a company called metromail trauma not you're going to be referred to them. What they do is there a pays Yugo car insurance and so one thing is they only charge you for when you're actually using your car but the also do other things like optimizing trips monitor? Your Car's health. Find your missing car. And most importantly the biggest value add they can do. which by the way doesn't require things like ai or machine learning this is just a really smart way of writing context to your customers is helping you avoid a parking ticket? I live in San Francisco and I have to move my car every other Monday. or I seventy five dollar ticket from the street sweepers which adds up really fast right so metro malic can be like hey nate. It's the second Monday. Ah You got to move your car before eight right. And that's my car. Insurance taking the context of what. I need right knowing where my car is reminding me to move. My car like that is added value a- and that's something we should be thinking about as building our product. What are those things that we can do with the data that we have when it's really good really smart that can provide a ton more value to our customers news and when we see absence starts to do this but we start to hear about them is that they're customized contextual the personal familiar the trustworthy right right that changes the dynamic of how your customers are interacting with you? You're not just an APP. You're not just a service right. You becomes part of their lives and some that they can trust and depend pendulum. And that's how we get those long term relationships that were really all striving for and so we put these things together. It's a combination of high quality body data the ability to rapidly. Find those best ideas and use that to help us actually inject context back into the product right and so we don't get those mistakes that we saw before and that's not what we call intelligence right is is thinking about each of these steps as part of your process of how you build your product. You can't it just as soon you'll track the data later. You have to start there and make sure you can understand how people are using it because then that can help you make some more decisions about what you build and finally you can identify places that you you can add more context back into your your products for your customers. That's it thank you very much. Thank you for listening to with the product. podcast if you like this episode. Don't forget to leave a review on itunes but more product insights head over to product school dot Com..

"metromail" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"metromail" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"The white or like trying to catch them all certain though that was sickening. I don't like what is you a reporter? He will match Rome metro interviewers. What you mean what you may that video with him in Eddie was just like it was it was almost same Yati the way they would just like where you go. And how you doing? Why are you going over there or not happy and like like he didn't checks? Eddie. That was bro. Eddie, don't just turn around corners in told us. How hard heart is Edison. Eddie just so having to turn around on the why're. Why listen I fell I'm so by jet. You should've seen that I fell special bans, they the only ones allowed in the back. Learn I'm not I'm not talking about the back. I'm talking about you saying why he gets his why he's first of all he was keeping in the beginning for match from talking about why are you going to America, you're not happy with the? Nobody. RV you telling me, you wanna know the answer to that. I think those were the right questions to adult. I don't know. No, no, no. I'm not saying it wasn't the right questions. What what it was was? It was more like. It's not what why are we learning was like come on, man. You shouldn't flirt with those like you shouldn't flirt with those. I think he was I don't I don't think it was questioned out of curiosity. I think question of you need to stop doing what you're doing curiosity. Like, you you you're gonna get the apple cart while she's doing it. And I really wanna know how much you're gonna get paid off these paper views in the UK 'cause from jacket a true told me by five men. So you think PBC can't can't get them with a back money up to five million dollars. If you come a US star, you get way more money in the long term. So this whole narrative that he needs to stay matchel metromail hill for what we need to come to America talk. Desolate you watch the interview he made a good point said look AJ is under pressure to go to dissolve. So who scattered who Scott? But there's a key word fresh on zone to fighting America. Because what they want is Americans subscribers. We had the biggest base of customers and they wanna American subscribers. So you want the fighting American. I was I was keeping he said he's getting pressure from that of designed to fight in the merica, not if I knew UK but in America. RV? But if you're sky if AJ Feis in in in the US, Scott can't do a pay per view. So they losing you don't get what it what it does say. We're not we don't have. They don't give. That's my point. That's my point. So if your sky if AJ fights in the u s you lose sky only makes pay-per-view in the UK, you get it. So so. Listen if the zone is pressuring AJ to go to the US and do US fights to attract US subscribers. So Scott can't make money off that don't try get it. Checkers are looking positioning. They sound desperate will how do you? How do you out of you? Iran neutral, you got seven months, and I haven't heard one lick card yet. One call were mending I- Showtime causes going to be better than this coming up then dissolve ESPN put on better cars in does own enough for ninety nine months of that. And I get a whole bunch of regional program in this day. We don't have no behind the scene. You should never said that because ESPN is wet. They charge in his five dollars a month. It's five ninety nine.

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"metromail" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"metromail" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Charts? I love it. And I wondered, you know, I've read reviews online some good some not so good. But I thought if anybody probably knows about this stuff, I'm a huge huge fan of the idea of paying per mile that we drive and in fact, you live in the state of Oregon. That's correct years ago. Oregon had a pilot testing the idea of charging people based on how often they bought gasoline and translating that into charging the equivalent of per mile for auto insurance. I don't know whatever happened with that pilot. But now a number of private companies are offering nine traditional auto insurance where you pay for each mile. You drive. It works out to about twenty dollars a car and then a little bit under three cents a mile. I think that's great in your case, obviously. And so people that are hyper long commuters who are in their vehicles all the time the idea being charged by the mile would just destroy their wallet. But for you with the technologies available today to track how many miles you're actually driving. Right. I love that. Which company are you thinking of metromail? So metro mile is available on the west coast in California, Oregon and Washington and then on the eastern seaboard in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Virginia. And now, they have Illinois and the idea of paying only for the miles. You drive. I think is a great thing because they can calculate your exact level of risk..

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"metromail" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"metromail" Discussed on AP News

"Trump delivers his New Year's greetings via Twitter today. Donahue as more presidents video message on New Year's day. It's going to be a great year complicated, but great people make it overly complicated, actually, the complication. The president talked about is the debate over border security to have a wall as part of border security, and we're working on it. We are now a week and a half into a partial government shutdown House Democrats released their plan to reopen the government without approving money for President Trump's border wall this morning. The president tweeted the problem is without a wall. There can be no real border security. The president also tweeted a happy New Year's message to everyone including the haters and the fake news media. Ed, Donahue, Washington Senator elect metromail says Trump's conduct over the past two years is evidence that the president is not risen to the mantle of. Of the office and Washington Post op Ed piece Romney praises, some of Trump successes adding with the nation so divided resentful and angry presidential leadership in qualities of characters is indispensable. Romney says he won't comment on all Trump's tweets, but he will speak out against statements or actions that are divisive racist. Sexist anti immigrant dishonest or destructive to democratic institutions. Police in Manchester England are questioning a suspect about the stabbings of three people at a train station on New Year's Eve mirror. Andy Burnham says it looks to be a terror attack. But I do know it's a has all the hallmarks that appears to be an isolated incident while I would stress that people do need to remain vigilant. A witness says the knife-wielding man yelled Islamic slogans during the attack a man and woman are hospitalized with very serious, but not life-threatening injuries. A police officer was treated for shoulder wound. This is a p. Radio news. A retired marine who's ahead of security for Michigan-based auto parts supply company has been arrested and charged with espionage by the Russian government. If he's lived Barry reports, Paul Whalen went to Moscow for a wedding. Paul brother says that he was in Moscow for the wedding of another former retired marine who is marrying a Russian woman and the brother says that Paul Whalen had been to Russia several times previously. So when his friend was planning the wedding. He asked him to come along to help out the Russians claim he was involved in a spying operation State Department says it's been told of the arrests, but Whelan's family says the US embassy in Moscow told them that no one from the embassy has been able to talk with him as arrest comes after Vladimir Putin denounced the arrest and guilty plea of a Russian woman to acting as a secret agent and trying to infiltrate conservative political groups before the twenty sixteen elections. I'm Tim Maguire AP radio news..

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"metromail" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"metromail" Discussed on AP News

"Trump delivers his New Year's greetings via Twitter today. Donahue as more presidents video message on New Year's day. It's going to be a great year complicated, but great people make it overly complicated, actually, the complication. The president talked about is the debate over border security to have a wall as part of border security, and we're working on it. We are now a week and a half into a partial government shutdown House Democrats released their plan to reopen the government without approving money for President Trump's border wall this morning. The president tweeted the problem is without a wall. There can be no real border security. The president also tweeted a happy New Year's message to everyone including the haters and the fake news media. Ed, Donahue, Washington Senator elect metromail says Trump's conduct over the past two years is evidence that the president is not risen to the mantle of. The office. Washington Post op Ed piece Romney praises some of Trump successes adding with the nation so divided resentful and angry presidential leadership qualities of characters is indispensable. Romney says he won't comment on all of Trump's tweets, but he will speak out against statements or actions that are divisive racist. Sexist anti immigrant dishonest or destructive to democratic institutions. Police in Manchester England are questioning a suspect about the stabbings of three people at a train station on New Year's Eve mayor Andy Burnham says it looks to be a terror attack. But I do know eight has all the hallmarks that appears to be an isolated incident while I would stress that people do need to remain vigilant. A witness says the knife-wielding man yelled Islamic slogans during the attack a man and woman are hospitalized with very serious, but not life-threatening injuries. A police officer was treated for a shoulder wound. This is AP read. Radio news, a retired marine who's ahead of security for Michigan-based auto parts supply company has been arrested and charged with espionage by the Russian government. He's Lynn Perry reports Paul Whalen went to Moscow for a wedding Pauline's brother says that he was in Moscow for the wedding of another former retired marine who was marrying a Russian woman. And the brother says that Paul Allen had been to Russia several times previously. So when his friend was planning the wedding. He asked him to come along to help out the Russians claim he was involved in a spying operation State Department says it's been told of the arrest, but Whelan's family says the US embassy in Moscow told them that no one from the embassy has been able to talk with him. His arrest comes after of Ladimir Putin denounced the arrest and guilty plea of a Russian woman to acting as a secret agent in trying to infiltrate conservative US political groups before.

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"metromail" Discussed on This Week in Startups

This Week in Startups

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"metromail" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"Okay, let's get back to this amazing program. Okay, everybody we're going to do another amazing start at this one is clear road and Paul Salama now thank is the COO your founder and CEO Federico was too busy to pitch me. Is that right? Tread lightly or saying it, what is it? You know what? Actually he has a Frenchaccent and so we figure that my American accent. He would go better on MIR, I would've loved a little French accent right now. But Frederick this is this is a power move. I'm just a message to Frederick sending your COO and meeting with another investor. Instead of me, that is like the ultimate nag. Now I have to wonder like there's probably ten more important investors than me. He was terrified actually of me more of of you in particular, really God. I gotta work on that. I mean, I do get that once in a while. All right. Here we go. Paul, the CEO of clear road. You have two minutes on the clock, three to them. Thanks Jason. So in America, the people's least favorite activity is the drive commute in the morning, and that's no surprise given how terrible our roads are. We're actually facing a backlog of almost a trillion dollars. We've relied on gas taxes, but these are becoming obsolete and actually tolling solutions eat up forty percent of the revenue in the system cost. So clear out his solving this funding crisis with micro tolling that is charging drivers a very small amount based on the miles that they drive. On any road actually. And we're doing this are secret is that we collect old data data that's already being provided from connective vehicle technologies. So you're onstar system your metromail.

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"metromail" Discussed on Techdirt

Techdirt

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"metromail" Discussed on Techdirt

"Provide serious benefits. And if it's keeping people healthy and keeping people alive longer, that's that's probably a good thing, but we have to way with all these costs and you know, so many of the discussions I think don't don't sort of try in way these things out. So one one other thing to think of of this which we haven't discussed also is like. How accurate is all of this data if they're making decisions on this, do we know that the data is accurate? And if you're going to get benefits for. You know, walking so many steps a day, for example. Do you have incentives to hook your fit bit up to a pendulum. And, and you know lie to to the insurance companies that they think you off a lot more than you did. I mean, surely, you know if the incentives are there, there's definitely incentives to cheat the system. Right, exactly. That's already a device you can buy on like Alibaba that like you put your fit bit on and it'll it'll basically walk all, are you serious? I think there's something I mean. It wouldn't surprise me. But I mean, I had a friend who hired a friend of mine told me, you know about a a mutual acquaintance of ours who. That that she saw him like the end of the day, sitting down at the table just like waving Fitbit, back and forth. And here's just like I gotta make my steps and it's like that was just in in, you know, to lie to himself basically, and and maybe to a few friends who are linked to him on on on Facebook. I was just at lunch today and everyone was talking about the, they're all in a Fitbit challenged group. I guess there's like a competitive element to these challenges. That's probably what he was trying to sure what's so shame was. It's, it's, it's horrible. And it says it says something. I don't know. Frankly, I think is something negative about you as a person, but like, but now what you don't know if he actually was part of the challenge, you're assuming if you ever. There's no good excuse. Just deceiving yourself that. It's pathetic, but it's not. It's not a good receptive. Now, let's now let's add in this element of you could get premiums in perks from your life insurance company from doing now, then then suddenly starting to get into the territory of is this fraud? Are you committing fraud against the insurance company? So so I can't wait to see that case. The first case of somebody accused of Fitbit for with furniture company, but I mean, it's it's probably going to happen. Right? I don't know. I mean, like I, I now have this like metromail device and I'm I'm, I could just disconnect it and then not pay anything for my insurance. Right. And at some point they're going to be like, should be able to detect it, right? Yeah. I mean, I, I don't know. They're, they're, they're basically, I guess with this fifth thing, like how much how much discount would they offer based on like, great. If you did ten thousand steps today, you're gonna. You're gonna save, you know, five five dollars a.

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"metromail" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

06:42 min | 2 years ago

"metromail" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"AM now back to sixty minutes Espionage orchestrated by China to rip off American. Trade secrets and intellectual property has been declared a national security emergency by the. US Justice department costing our economy hundreds of. Billions of dollars a year The, Obama administration launched a new strategy to fight back with. More aggressive investigations and a greater number of prosecutions and effort that's intensified, under President Trump but as we first reported in. Two thousand sixteen we have discovered the dragnet isn't just catching Chinese spies it's ensnaring, a growing number of Americans who aren't spies at all It was so urgent that I I run here to open. The door without even being forty dressed in may, of twenty fifteen the FBI paid an early morning visit. To scientists shushing she at his home in suburban Philadelphia open door Have on bullet, professor, yes that She was chair, of the temple university physics department but the FBI was convinced he, was a spy passing. High tech American secrets to China he was stunned when. Agents burst in and handcuffed him did you have? Any idea what was? Going, on why they were here no I had absolutely. No, idea So the very first thing that one in mind was. So this must be mistake she couldn't believe this was happening to him. In the US he was born in China and raised during the? Cultural revolution a time when families feared an unexpected, knock on the door his father a government official was taken away to a forced labor. Camp as an adult she came to the US to. Live and work in a free country why did? You become an American? Citizen, metromail born in this country My home is in this country My career is in this country so it's Phil natural. That I should become a citizen She. Established himself as a world leader in the study of superconductors that could help improve. MRI's he managed nine government? Research. Projects and more than. A million dollars in federal funding so this is your lab yes. There's one off violence the arrest had a swift impact temple. Told him to stay home? He was removed as the principal, investigator of his own research what's, going through your mind so I was saying to myself Panini jail all these? Things out in working for years Tonight So tell me about the day you were arrested My life was turned upside down Sheree Chen's life also was turned upside down. When federal prosecutors suspected her of spying for China she's been a US citizen for two decades and has devoted her career to public service as a flood forecaster in the state of Missouri and, most recently with the national? Weather, service in Ohio. You proud of your work yeah. I do not I really pull them my heart. I told my work Chen showed us the award she. Won for helping to save the city of Cairo Illinois from record flooding in the. Spring of two thousand eleven armed with her forecast the army corps. Of engineers blew up a Levy and rerouted floodwaters? Would you feel about that. When KIRO, was spared. I'm a proud of that my knowledge my work Really protect the properties. On a saving lives but three years later Chen says FBI agents. Marched her out of her office in handcuffs I? Saw my co workers all. Looking through, the windows Me Away I think prosecutors are feeling pressure to bring these. Cases I think investigators are excited about bringing cases that may be high profile attorney Peter Zeidan Berg is a former federal prosecutor who represented both Xiaoshan she and Sherry. Chen he believes both American citizens are collateral damage in the government's ongoing war against Chinese economic, espionage that fear of Chinese economic. Espionage it's not. Unfounded, no I am not suggesting that it is what I'm suggesting is notwithstanding that fact before you put handcuffs on someone and take them away the you gotta make sure that you've got your case together and the facts add up in these, cases fax didn't add up. Shell she faced a Justice department narrative worthy of a spy thriller, prosecutors accused him of collaborating with various government entities in China of scheming for years Here's to obtain revolutionary American technology and emailing photos and blueprints of that technology to Chinese specifically this American made device called, a pocket heater it's used. To make a superfine coding that maximizes the flow of electricity in, exchange prosecutors said he would be showered with money property and prestige in China The very first words coming out of, my mouth was that's absurd That that's really absurd why it turns out the. Device she was discussing with his Chinese academic counterparts wasn't pocket. Here it was a completely different heating device. That she was developing he'd planned to share. It in scientific publications it was an earlier generation of this one is this in? Any way similar. To the pocket heater that we've been. Talking about not at all it is very different from the eater so when, it comes to. The science. Sells like the federal investigators flat out got it wrong that's correct And then. There's this prosecutors allege that she's collaboration with. Chinese scientists was somehow sinister in reality it. Was mandated by one of his grants.

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"metromail" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"metromail" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Of, cancer the same as smoking two packs of cigarettes a day everybody laughed at me back, in nineteen seventy eight. When George out today. The won't help. Organization just, said the same thing they sure did they came out with a study about nitrites Exactly. That's the process needs, Yup and so if we those things cancer will, be a historical. Thing it'll be the end won't have anymore You have to get rid of, the bad stuff and give your. To good stuff so can maintain itself In the old days and I'm talking about way back in the? Fifteen hundred sixteen hundreds what kind of incidents of, cancer do you think they had doc in those days actually extremely low and we know this from mommy Doing autopsies, and mummies looking at bodies were Preserved in. Bombed and so forth I'm, doing on time she's on, them years, later and there's. No doubt, about of course there's many. Reasons number one they did not have. Electric no electricity has contributed to cancer significantly and that's because People had woodstoves are thousands of. Years they put the. Wood ashes and the gardens, and what ashes weren't ashes, carbon ninety, nine percent of. Their powdery, call would ask you to. Really narrow the trees fucked up out. Of the ground Really needs three mineral oil even require sixty well when we went to election city was burning wizard you'll smells in the song or gardens and our source of minerals went away nutritional weight Fifty six years we've had hundreds of diseases including significant increased cancer would you not happen before and everybody too bad genes because. He, didn't know what else to, call it actually came, because of the nutritional deficiency of minerals, because her source of Maryland wouldn't ashes was gone Technology to lecture Let's go to. The phones again let's pick it up by going to rise in the city. Of, New. York hi Roz welcome. To, the, show oh hi I'm. Grateful to you I wanted. To find out I'm suffering from severe Michael prolapsed and also Sylvia bloating Micro. Prolapsed that's that's the. Valve, in, the heart right doc. It's great it's a metromail. Heart is in large I mean large is and so Right and. Left sided, don't touch. Each other when. The heartbeat flap upwards, because they're, not touching. Each other There's nothing to restrain them from flapping upwards Sunday Kroll, apps and of course then you. Get. Bud slashing back. Into the wrong chamber and causes Burma's and weakness and all that kind of stuff And so how much you weigh A. Hundred and three Adele five two Okay that's about right okay do, you, have any? History things, like asthma, bronchitis or skin following. Bagman, Durham, tennis I? Had had exam yes Okay well you have what we call a gluten problem and gloom consumption causes a absorption problem significantly reduce your Dirksen and this results in, your inability to absorb Nixon, even say the food supplementing you're not. Going to have the Knicks you wind up a little, kinds of, breakdowns of tissue including heart. Including Breakdown of the heart muscles would is bigger and this could be called congestive heart failure could be called Hendrix will be kind of, in your heart disease one, hundred two pounds need to get rid. Of all the bad stuff we know yourself do you, have any, children No Okay brothers and? Sisters Okay you need to warn them because they. Have the same problem they have a good mother gives you and your brothers and sisters in your nieces and nephews, from your, sisters on you know. From your. Mother's side all right and so you want to give them all the, band who's, fried foods processed meats oils. And. Bruton's we notes Maximize. Your nutrients. Get rid of the inflammation and then one healthy.

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"metromail" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"metromail" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Or actually. Using and then with that ultimately, pay especially for using somebody's alternative. Forms now, Julie one of the trends you've seen in the larger insurer tech, space wasn't it really, hot and then it kind of cooled off right in the first quarter of this. Year it was one of the best quarters for fundraising. Overall and then this quarter you saw a little bit of a debit fell twenty nine, percent but you'd have still seen a lot of fundraising. Largely it's been a lot of term life insurance. Companies metro is one of the only ones out there that actually does the insuring on a per mile. Basis it's been one of them that you haven't seen too much competition to rise into, yet but overall funding still pretty. Strong it just took a debt from that first quarter which was a really hot quarter for the. Sector, well you're. Competing With traditional incumbents. And often they can be clunky and not necessarily so tech, savvy what is your value proposition and how do you compete in a market that has a lot. Of rules per mile insurance in many ways was starting point. We identified it's actually long been, known that the number of miles. You drive, lead sue just more access and so the change ultimately was that, these devices that we, use to track number of miles became possible and we can use that in part. The insurance product and so the challenge for large insurance. Company is that because these little mouths customers are basically subsidizing the high mileage festivals it's, really impossible to include this an existing attorneys company so. We need to start the companies from scratch do. That so what are some of the other players out there that are getting attention some of the other. Ones like I mentioned the term life are getting a lot of attention you have ethos, fabric lemonade is a very hot. Renters and homeowners insurance startup that's out there that's raising money from the likes of SoftBank sequoia and. A, lot of Other big names in the space to and then you've seen a lot of the incumbents actually start, platforms that will invest in? Companies like metro mile or lemonade or other ones out there to sort of try to form partnerships get a taste of what's. Going on 'cause like Dan mention it's really hard to rebuild something that has been, around, for fifty to. One hundred years just taking out a legacy system and building something new is a lot easier than it, sounds like so that's an advantage that a lot of. The startups in the space metromail half so Dan you say that nationwide expansion is a big goal for you with this. Funding when should we expect that yeah I think you'll, see a lot of this coming year we actually launched Arizona. Earlier this year then we watching number of new states later this year next? Year so we're pretty excited, about the what's, made it hard to expand nationally so far yeah. So we actually we've. Been rolling number of states, until we decided to become. What we call. The full stack insurance company so for a long time we were in Terrance provider but we had. An insurance carrier that supported us the big transition for us was a couple of years ago where. We decided that the biggest friction point for our customers was the claims experience and. We had, an advantage in the way that we delivered our experience to the use of. This device and being with? The, accident and in order to make all that possible we. Actually had become the insurance company so. That big transition happen but two years ago and we've been making. That transition happen over last couple of years and then as of about six months? Ago. That's been complete, and so now we're back on track Washington state's right Dan Preston CEO of metro will following your.

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"metromail" Discussed on Clark Howard Show

Clark Howard Show

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"metromail" Discussed on Clark Howard Show

"For mild for the miles i drive somebody who has an ultra long commute hates me right now so much they can't stand it because if you're paying by mile for insurance someone who drives a bundle of miles would really get hurt by that but it is if you know it's an overused word fair but if you think about the risk that you represent driving how many miles you drive here helen about six hours less so six thousand or less miles the absolute risk that you bring to an insurer versus someone of similar age similar driving record who drives a more standard thirteen or fourteen thousand miles a year you're representing a much lower level of risk because accidents are based on the opportunity of being on the road so is metromail offering you something it substantially cheaper for driving six thousand miles a year oh yes would probably cut rain premium and half which would make sense right because you're being charged based on what a typical driver would drive and the risks they would represent i think you should try it oh great that's such good news that's i'm happy to hear that and they played it there's a resistant playing their claims well as i said i've never had a complaint about so they're not on my radar in terms of how they handled claims so you were you are a pioneer because i have no guidance for you on their claims paying experience.

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