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"michael copeland" Discussed on Geek News Central

Geek News Central

07:44 min | 9 months ago

"michael copeland" Discussed on Geek News Central

"Subpoena apple or google or one of those companies that have an location tracking app on their say where his todd ben last seventy two hours. I wanna know minute by minute where he was so maybe they don't have to install it here in america able you already haven't we're all carrying it around with us as we go everywhere flip phone anyone. But this is the first country to announce that they're using this tech. I wonder how the i wonder how. Google and then wonder how Apple feels about this. You know apple supposedly quote unquote is big on user privacy. But this doesn't sound like this is the case just like me. Arriving in hawaiian being asked for my papers and it was actually our code. So that's interesting. Isn't it very very very very interesting. Thank you just screwed myself up. Can't see you guys hang on. Let me quebec track and see you. So we'll see what the biden administration does know. We'll see if they start mandating sexual stuff. Thank god the states. Still have some control but by the way indiana just thirteen miles from here is still open. You can get a restaurant in go to restaurant and have a beer but here in michigan no restaurants no beer unless you consume it in your own home it. Kobe doesn't cross the in an indiana state. Line our next story slack. Oh man at an office this morning after the dentist appointment. Got a cup of coffee you know. Check in with the team for a few minutes sir. Doing our morning meetings and slack went down slack. Win went down big time on the first full workday of twenty twenty one. The company said monday morning. Custer's may be have trouble loading channels or connecting dislike at this time our team is investigating while yes it did start at ten. Am eastern and it finally recovered about two o'clock this afternoon and Who knows what happened here but They had some major major issues so we don't know what what caused it they haven't said yet that I resorted to the texting people. Eighteen today And we did have some meetings going on so we stay connected and extended a couple of meetings. Because we weren't able to really communicate today was another zoom day. Zoo absolutely zoomed out. That should be the you know the word of Of this previous year we just laughed a but anyway Slack was slack was out at just sucked in for those of you. That relying you understand how important it is. Because i you know actually thought i could actually send an email but my team doesn't check email as much as they checked slack. So you know ease live on email. Now we live on slack. Just goes to show you how certain tax really changes everything i know. Many of you are. Julian assange fans carse. Julian assange has had a number of issues. He's got. I don't know if he still has pending sexual assault charges or whatever it was but Assange an australian citizen and He is in custody of course because remember he left. The the embassy embassy was ian. Nicaraguan or something but Today district judge vanessa. Barrister told us signs. This morning that there was no legal obstacle to his being sent to the united states where he faces multiple criminal charges under the american espionage act and computer fraud and abuse act over his wiki leaks website but he will not be extradited to the united states from a ruling that was made. But it's not over the next step is the garments can appeal to london's high court Assange is also supposedly a suicide risk in the judge decided not to order his extradition despite giving a ruling which she demolished all of his legal teams other arguments against extradition he. She says i am satisfied. That the risks of mr savage will commit. Suicide is a substantial one. Adopting the conclusions of medical expert professor. Michael copeland basically says he suicidal. So i had there was a rumor. He was being considered to be pardoned. Maybe them as not be true. Gives you have to be convicted of something. I to be pardoned right And maybe that. Maybe that's a bad rumor. I don't know but So he still might be extradited at some point but for now he's a he's going to remain in uk And of course. The united states is going to appeal this. And he's there's gonna be a formal application for bail will be made so that he can potentially get out of the prison. He's in but if he's you know he was specifically admitted because he was had the suicide risk now edward snow noni other hand. You guys know my my thoughts on him. You know those of you that. Listen to show long enough. I a matter of fact. I can't believe that. Edward snowden is still not still walking but he's he's in In russia being protected by by putin and But right now. Julia sizes one. Step closer to Not being extradited but he has to be careful for the. Us has a tendency to swoop people up when they kind of get how should we say it can complacent so we We'll see what happens with Julian assange spent a while. Right pen awhile. This has been going on since march. Two thousand ten and remember. It's all about him a sanding him assisting then army. I know what are now. He is now a she The the servicemember with the last name manning.

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"michael copeland" Discussed on Geek News Central

Geek News Central

07:44 min | 9 months ago

"michael copeland" Discussed on Geek News Central

"Subpoena apple or google or one of those companies that have an location tracking app on their say where his todd ben last seventy two hours. I wanna know minute by minute where he was so maybe they don't have to install it here in america able you already haven't we're all carrying it around with us as we go everywhere flip phone anyone. But this is the first country to announce that they're using this tech. I wonder how the i wonder how. Google and wonder how Apple feels about this you know apple supposedly quote unquote is big on user privacy. But this doesn't sound like this is the case just like me. Arriving in hawaiian being asked for my papers and it was actually our code. So that's interesting. Isn't it very very very very interesting. Thank you just screwed myself up. Can't see you guys hang on. Let me quebec metric and see you. So we'll see what the biden administration does know. We'll see if they start mandating sexual stuff. Thank god the states. Still have some control but by the way indiana just thirteen miles from here is still open. You can get a restaurant in go to restaurant and have a beer but here in michigan no restaurants no beer unless you consume it in your own home it. Kobe doesn't cross the in an indiana state. Line our next story slack. Oh man at an office this morning after the dentist appointment. Got a cup of coffee you know. Check in with the team for few minutes. Start doing our morning meetings and slack went down slack. Win went down big time on the first full workday of twenty twenty one. The company said monday morning. Custer's may be have trouble loading channels or connecting dislike at this time our team is investigating while yes it did start at ten. Am eastern and it finally recovered about two o'clock this afternoon and Who knows what happened here but They had some major major issues so we don't know what what caused it they haven't said yet that I resorted to the texting people. Eighteen today And we did have some meetings going on so we stay connected and extended a couple of meetings. Because we weren't able to really communicate today was another zoom day. I'm absolutely zoomed out. That should be the you know the word of Of this previous year we just laughed a but anyway Slack was Slack was out at just sucked in for those of you. That relying you understand how important it is. Because i you know i actually thought i could actually send an email but my team doesn't check email as much as they checked slack. So you know ease live on email. Now we live on slack. Just goes to show you how certain tax really changes everything i know many of you are julian. Assange fans carse. Julian assange has had a number of issues. He's got. I don't know if he still has pending sexual assault charges or whatever it was but Assange an australian citizen and He is in custody of course because remember he left. The the embassy embassy was ian nicaraguan or something but Today district judge vanessa. Barrister told assange this morning that there was no legal obstacle to his being sent to the united states where he faces multiple criminal charges under the american espionage act and computer fraud and abuse act over his wiki leaks website but he will not be extradited to the united states from a ruling that was made. But it's not over the next step is the garments can appeal to london's high court Assange is also supposedly a suicide risk in the judge decided not to order his extradition despite giving a ruling which she demolished all of his legal teams other arguments against extradition he. She says i am satisfied. That the risks of mr savage will commit suicide is a substantial one adopting the conclusions of medic expert professor michael copeland basically says he suicidal so i had there was a rumor. He was being considered to be pardoned. Maybe them is not be true. Gives you have to be convicted of something. I to be pardoned right And maybe that. Maybe that's a bad rumor. I don't know but So he still might be extradited at some point but for now he's a he's going to remain in uk And of course. The united states is going to appeal this. And he's there's gonna be a formal application for bail will be made so that he can potentially get out of the prison. He's in but if he's you know he was specifically admitted because he was had the suicide risk now edward snow noni other hand. You guys know my my thoughts on him. You know those of you that. Listen to show long enough. I a matter of fact. I can't believe that. Edward snowden is still not still walking but he's he's in In russia being protected by by putin and but right now Julia sizes one step closer to Not being extradited but he has to be careful for the. Us has a tendency to swoop people up when they kind of get a little How should we say it can complacent so we We'll see what happens with Julian assange spent a while. Right pen awhile. This has been going on since march. Two thousand ten and remember. It's all about him a sanding him assisting then army. I don't know what are now. He is now a she The the servicemember with the last name manning.

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"michael copeland" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

08:01 min | 10 months ago

"michael copeland" Discussed on No Agenda

"Those stories. They said audit with took windows. It took so long to to code windows one point. Oh that steve ballmer had hair when they started. I mean that's funny shit. You had a whole team of comedy. Writers put together for you. Apparently yes we hired a bunch of writers. That's you can hire comedy writers. They do exist. And they're cheap. And i think you should just go back and call it the tech grouch. I mean let's registered the name gratitude on it will johnson divorce. Act the tech grouch. And you put that little star on an instant best seller and it will be an instant bestseller. I will let you enjoyed the reading that particular tome i enjoy all of them your stories. That are very interesting Yes now did get to hear from me. Because i wrote that got to hear from michael. Copeland michael cobblers ago corral. And he's a big shot. He started a bunch of companies in candidates tillerson auto or with his with his trophy wife. Who's an absolute beauty and marlene. He won't call you after this but okay. Yeah so she going. I mean she's the one of the flashiest women in canada. She's very famous And i just she's just great. I have to say and he goes on with some more of his stuff and he starts asking questions about you know marlon wants to know if he did you use spencer the cab. What's marlins last name cowpland. Ceo w. l. a. n. d. c. o. w. p. l. a. Andy look her up. And yep r. m. a. r. l. e. n. jesse here. yeah. But i mean in a in a hot lips. Houlahan kind of Facelift way. I mean i can see where she was super hot. When she was younger she had worked on. That has ruined it. I don't know just yet to look at all their pictures. A lot of lousy pictures they did. I think some people don't like her anyways beside the point she they ask you anyways. Oh did you add an estimated. did you say anyways did i. I think you did. Oh yeah 'cause. I'm talking about canadians so So they asked the question did. Was i spencer. The cat had pc week. And i mentioned going into stores that got more antics. I forgot about this spencer. The cat was actually five riders. This this is this goal road florax. This is gold. Just you gotta document inside baseball. You buy your social media. They will love it. They will gen z. Step daughter what she thinks guys far. These people don't buy books. Get get your audience. Before they're dead brother. Let's go click. Now there's an argument and let me help you with the european. With around the world pronunciation of in american english anyways i british english anyways in australian english anyways in welsh english. Anyways say you go only because you said that. I pulled the clip out. I don't believe i said it night of the rv. Jim irvine is our top donor for this shows showed thirteen. Thirteen hundred on thirteen hundred. Yeah i can't really say it. S o oh. Oh stop stop. Stop eric's into redux show. Okay you got the redux all right. 'cause i'm just seeing it and i'm loading it now so you have to go ahead. That's what i'm looking at. Ira go for. It is the new process in place. And it's a minor foul up. It has bugs glitch. Were so jim. Foothill ranch california gave a six hundred sixty seven dollars. Ninety eight cents. Wow thank you for keeping myself in my hot wife sane amidst all the california insanity thank you for your in-depth cova an election coverage we who are not about to die salute. You keep up the phrase from the shays at least have heard them and get them in the morning night of the rv. Jim irvine This might make me a barren. But i don't have the records to prove it. I think he's on the lizzy put him under the system. Works system works drips scott errol at large now. This was kind of this was a mistake. He actually gave thirteen hundred become member. Thirteen hundred club. Okay and as separate donation of one hundred and seven dollars and twenty eight cents. So he could be upgraded to duke. Okay so is he. The upgrade list of duke Let me check baleno. So i think that did happen because i also got the new title list. Yes yes he is upgraded. I'd like credit for the show number as well as a little bit. More needed to make duke to dr scott earl at large now duke at large and i also want to thank sir dribs scott for stepping up. He is managing the community chapters for the no agenda show. Yeah because the thing is there's a you know when people can submit as what is much they want. You can get hyper caster app or anything and you can. You could submit it but then it has to be approved. But i want images so he said okay So he's for every link someone sands or something funny as funny they. Mark is a funny chapter. He puts a cool image in there and phone boys now adding the no agenda quotes to the rundown. So it's become quite a thing. Yeah he's hot two point. Oh baby is like we're on file. It's almost being on a big motorcycle on moving and jump off the five miles down the road without falling over. Here's my favorite my favorite up from you john. You said the other day. Oh man this podcast to porno. It's so good just right in. Time said yeah. I'm going to save podcast now. You're getting all these other shows. We're getting more listeners. This great well. It's true we got all kinds of cool people listening like ryan of stuff going on different shows. You're getting some more you do. You're throwing a nice wide net with this podcast in two point. Oh gimmick yes well now. The joe rogan has officially gone. He's no you can't open a podcast app. See him is gone. Sorry what. Joe rogan is gone. You can no longer listen to joe rogan on or any of the back catalogue. It's all gone. It's gone from all the podcast. Apps december first he's exclusive on spotify was january. I know no december. He's exclusive on spotify now and everything went away all the histories really. Yeah well that was his deal. He's exclusive to spot. I know that was the deal about would lingers like the internet. You know tall. Well i still have a whole bunch that have been on my in my podcast app. But no it's done was the deal was for the entire catalogue so it wasn't just what about if it doesn't get. Does he have thing on youtube anymore. No youtube now has deal with spotify and spotify creates the twenty minutes of each episode for youtube. I z lips. Yeah just clips which are very popular now. The they draw it in. But if if.

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"michael copeland" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

08:01 min | 10 months ago

"michael copeland" Discussed on No Agenda

"Those stories. They said audit with took windows. It took so long to to code windows one point. Oh that steve ballmer had hair when they started. I mean that's funny shit. You had a whole team of comedy. Writers put together for you. Apparently yes we hired a bunch of writers. That's you can hire comedy writers. They do exist. And they're cheap. And i think you should just go back and call it the tech grouch. I mean let's registered the name gratitude on it will johnson divorce. Act the tech grouch. And you put that little star on an instant bestseller and it will be an instant bestseller. I will let you enjoyed the reading that particular home. I enjoy all of them your stories. That are very interesting Yes now did get to hear from me. Because i wrote that got to hear from michael. Copeland michael cobblers ago corral. And he's a big shot. He started a bunch of companies in been candidates tillerson auto or with his with his trophy wife. Who's an absolute beauty and marlene. He won't call you after this but okay. Yeah so she going. I mean she's the one of the flashiest women in canada. She's very famous And i just she's just great. I have to say and he goes on with some more of his stuff and he starts asking questions about you know marlon wants to know if he did you use spencer the cab. What's marlins last name cowpland. Ceo w. l. a. n. d. c. o. w. p. l. a. and look her up and yep r. m. a. r. l. e. n. p. o. w. jesse here. Yeah but i mean in a in a hot lips. Houlahan kind of Facelift way. I mean i can see where she was super hot. When she was younger she had worked on. That has ruined it. I don't know just yet to look at all their pictures. A lot of lousy pictures they did. I think some people don't like her anyways beside the point she they ask you anyways. Oh did you add an estimated. did you say anyways did i. I think you did. Oh yeah 'cause. I'm talking about canadians so So they asked the question did. Was i spencer. The cat had pc week. And i mentioned going into stores that got more antics. I forgot about this spencer. The cat was actually five riders. This this this goal road florax gold. Just you gotta document inside baseball. You buy your social media. They will love it. They will gen z. Step daughter what she thinks guys far. These people don't buy books a get. Get your audience before they're dead brother. Let's go click. Now there's an argument and let me help you with the european. With around the world pronunciation of in american english anyways i british english anyways in australian english anyways in welsh english. Anyways say you go only because you said that. I pulled the clip out. I don't believe i said it night of the rv. Jim irvine is our top donor for this shows showed thirteen. Thirteen hundred on thirteen hundred. Yeah i can't really say it. S o oh. Oh stop stop. Stop eric's into redux show. Okay you got the redux all right. 'cause i'm just seeing it and i'm loading it now so you have to go ahead. That's what i'm looking at right. Go for it is the new process in place. And it's a minor foul up. It has bugs glitch. So we're jim foothill ranch. California gave a six hundred sixty seven dollars. Ninety eight cents. Wow thank you for keeping myself in my hot wife sane amidst all the california insanity thank you for your in-depth cova an election coverage we who are not about to die salute. You keep up the phrase from the shays at least have heard them and get them in the morning night of the rv. Jim irvine This might make me a barren. But i don't have the records to prove it. I think he's on the lizzy. Put him under the system works system works drip scott errol at large now. This was kind of this was a mistake. He actually gave thirteen hundred become member. Thirteen hundred club okay. And as separate donation of one hundred and seven dollars and twenty eight cents so he could be upgraded to duke. Okay so is he. The upgrade list of duke Let me check baleno. So i think that did happen because i also got the new title list. Yes yes he is upgraded. I'd like credit for the show number as well as a little bit. More needed to make duke to dr scott earl at large now duke at large and i also want to thank sir dribs scott for stepping up. He is managing the community chapters for the no agenda show. Yeah because the thing is there's a you know when people can submit as what is much they want. You can get hyper caster app or anything and you can. You could submit it but then it has to be approved. But i want images so he said okay So he's for every link someone sands or something funny funny they. Mark is a funny chapter. He puts a cool image in there and phone boys now adding the no agenda quotes to the rundown. So it's become quite a thing. Yeah he's hot. cast two point. Oh baby is like we're on file. It's almost being on a big motorcycle. You're going fast moving and jump off the five miles down the road without falling over. Here's my favorite my favorite up from you. John you said the other day. Oh man this podcast to pornos so good just right in time said yeah. I'm going to save podcast now. You're getting all these other shows. We're getting more listeners. This great well. It's true we got all kinds of cool people listening like ryan kinds of stuff going on different shows. You're getting some more you. You're throwing a nice wide net with this podcast in two point. Oh gimmick yes well now. The joe rogan has officially gone. He's no you can't open a podcast app. See him is gone. Sorry what. Joe rogan is gone. You can no longer listen to joe rogan on or any of the back catalogue. It's all gone. It's gone from all the podcast. Apps december first exclusive on spotify was january. I know no december. He's exclusive on spotify now and everything went away all the histories really. Yeah well that was his deal. He's exclusive to spot. I know that was the deal about would lingers like the internet. You know tall. Well i still have a whole bunch that have been on my in my podcast app. But no it's done was the deal was for the entire catalogue so it wasn't just but what about if it doesn't get. Does he have thing on youtube anymore. No youtube now has deal with spotify and spotify creates the twenty minutes of each episode for youtube. I z lips. Yeah just clips which are very popular now. The they draw it in. But if if.

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"michael copeland" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:38 min | 11 months ago

"michael copeland" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"That kind of changed their philosophy. They've always been a heavy run team and then in the fourth quarter kind of put the ball in Russell's hands and let him go and shift I've seen this year. I don't know what cause it is just a We're gonna give it to Russell early and it and put it in his hands and they're doing a really good job of it. They're explosive. I think the one thing you have to be prepared for with Russell. These plays are gonna last longer. He has a great ability to extend plays in every part of the field is open and now They've got just some fantastic receivers that make that even more of a challenge. So you just gotta be. You can embrace that. The opportunity the challenge to play against greatness and See if you can beat it. And then I used to love that. As a player. I love watching our players embrace that challenge. What makes this so fun as we go up there this weekend now backto Murph in Mac on KNBR, 1045 and 6 80 Sports leader. Yeah, Jordan chat with John Lynch. Today's always great and gave us some pretty good news on Tevin Coleman, K. Juan Williams and Jordan Reed and Jimmy Water a little bit and Jimmie Ward didn't ask Kwon donit Kwon Alexander. My bad my bad If you don't tell Greg Greg will be upset if I know you wanted. Greg wanted Kevin K one and read, and by the way, Polly Mac fans, we all are pulling back and it has is a little bit under the weather. Today, you'll be back on Monday. So cope stepping in capably like a Jamaican column to Mike J. Michael Copeland. And by the way as a mid segment Reed, owner of Jim Michael Reade Jermichael here, could you play this week? Fish? Yeah, cope. So listen Thursday night till that's just a preventable matchup. Did Murph in fish Mercy? The bottom fish is bad. The bottom It is. Well, I do that after I played raft last week, and by the way, Raph, I gotta be honest. I haven't watched his last two. Don't even waste your time on on. Suppose maybe the end of the apology videos because nobody wants us dead, he said four of the first seven Did you watch it? I saw the one yesterday. I just I responded with a pew King emoji like this is how long is he making him too long? Meet again. I've already got so mad for friends worthy when I decided to do my takeout of everybody with my profanity and every firstly I thought it was funny with me assuming the hell persona the chewing the gum, too. And B 23 seconds. I didn't take up too much of your morning has in and out. I hit it and quit it on. I said I did it Nice. So I don't know what the huge rage with any inspired so much raid. Everybody cry and all the snowflakes got that. Yeah, the league the no food in the studio flake snowflakes were not our job. Buncha. You know what can I quote the great? Ah, Dante Whitner s O f t soft. Yeah. Okay, Listen, we have a little bit of brake here before we get to Jenna Mueller, Who's our friend up in Seattle. And this has been sitting in the cooler for a while. It's the George Kittle. Mike finally watched all five minutes of it last night. He's just I mean to say it is put about George Kelly that of his mind. Hey, must be I got imagine, like, here's my negative take on kill. Sometimes I wonder if it's exhausting to be around him. He's just one of those he's on. He's on weight. He's either 100% Ari's asleep right that he's only got two speeds like George walks in the room. You better be ready a riff because he's coming. He's coming with full energy. So he was miked up for the game against the Patriots, and we have a few sound bites from it. There's a five minute one. I retweeted it on my timeline. It's entertaining. If you've got a sandwich this afternoon. Go cue up your phone. Go to my Twitter timeline. It's on there five minutes, so check that out. But here he was just a taste of it..

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"michael copeland" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"michael copeland" Discussed on KCRW

"Tonight marks the beginning of Russia Tiana, the Jewish New Year, But like so many things this year, it will be punctuated by the challenges and uncertainty brought by the Corona virus pandemic. We called up several rabbis to hear about their preparations ahead of this evening. We start in New York with Orthodox Rabbi Aaron Glatt. His congregation is young Israel of Woodmere, and he's also an epidemiologist, he says It is crucial to celebrate safely. How we act during high Ah, ladies in a more practical way, not just in a spiritually, of course, the spiritually doesn't change. Maybe more so than in other years. What we physically dio during the high holidays will determine outcomes for people whether they'll have a happy healthy year or having to do the opposite. When we caught up with Rabbi Sarah Fort of Congregation Beth Yeah, Sharon, who's in Houston, she was thinking about her message. When I was in a rabbinical school, I was taught you always you give the sermon that you need to hear. And the thing about all of us Even rabbis is that we're all living through the same pandemic that everybody else is. Michael Copeland is a rabbi in California who's congregation caters to the LGBTQ community It's called are Zahav. She says her sermon will try to help those coping with loss. We're dealing with not only coded but dealing with fires here that have taken people's homes. And so high holidays comes along in a time when people are already holding a tremendous amount of Les and how we begin to process what they're holding. Rabbi Shalom A. Levy of Beth Elohim, a black synagogue in Queens, says it is all about looking inside yourself. This new year is beginning on a note of reckoning with dealing with this pandemic, and we're dealing with an epidemic of races and Russia. Shauna traditionally starts period where it involves deep introspection about What's going on in your life and in the world. But while it's been a painful year for all Americans, Rabbi Micah Greenstein of Temple Israel and Memphis says Russia Shauna still carries the same meaning it always has. It's never too late to become a better version of yourself. Than you were before. So if we can just help everyone and act and know that they're not alone, then it will be the most successful.

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"michael copeland" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"michael copeland" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Tonight marks the beginning of Russia Tiana, the Jewish New Year, But like so many things this year, it will be punctuated by the challenges and uncertainty brought by the Corona virus pandemic. We called up several rabbis to hear about their preparations ahead of this evening. We start in New York with Orthodox Rabbi Aaron Glatt. His congregation is young Israel of Woodmere, and he's also an epidemiologist, he says it is crucial to celebrate safely. How we act during high realities in a more practical way, not just in a spiritually, of course, this creature wait doesn't change but maybe more so than in other years. What we physically dio during the high holidays will determine outcomes for people whether they'll have a happy healthy year or having to do the opposite when we caught up with Rabbi Sarah Fort of Congregation Beth Yeah, Sharon, who's in Houston, she was thinking about her message. When I was in a rabbinical school, I was taught you always you give the sermon that you need to hear. And the thing about all of us Even rabbis is that we're all living through the same pandemic than everybody else's. Michael Copeland is a rabbi in California who's congregation caters to the LGBTQ community. It's called She says her sermon will try to help those coping with loss. We're dealing with not only coded but dealing with fires here that have taken people's homes and so high holidays comes along in a time when people are already holding a tremendous amount of glass, and how do we begin to process what they're holding? Rabbi Shalom A. Levy of Beth Elohim of Black Synagogue in Queens, says it is all about looking inside yourself. This new year is beginning on a note of reckoning with dealing with this pandemic, and we're dealing with an epidemic of races and Russia. Shauna traditionally starts period where it involves deep introspection about what's going on in your life and in the world. But while it's been a painful year for all Americans, Rabbi Micah Greenstein of Temple Israel and Memphis says Russia Shauna still carries the same meaning it always has. It's never too late. To become a better version of yourself than you were before. So if we can just help everyone connect and know that they're not alone, then it will be the most successful. An impactful and meaningful holidays of our lives. Surely a message We can all learn from Shana Tova to all who celebrate this is NPR news. Coming up A little later on. We will have a StoryCorps in a father and daughter talk about being one of the only black families in a small town in Iowa. First, though, we're doing traffic.

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"michael copeland" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"michael copeland" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The beginning of Russia Tiana, the Jewish New Year, But like so many things this year, it will be punctuated by the challenges and uncertainty brought by the Corona virus pandemic. We called up several rabbis to hear about their preparations ahead of this evening. We start in New York with Orthodox Rabbi Aaron Glatt. His congregation is young Israel of Woodmere, and he's also an epidemiologist, he says It is crucial to celebrate safely. How we act during high Ah, ladies in a more practical way, not just in a spiritually, of course the spiritually it doesn't change. Maybe more so than in other years. What we physically dio during the high holidays will determine outcomes for people whether they'll have a happy healthy year or having to do the opposite. When we caught up with Rabbi Sarah Fort of Congregation Beth Yeah, Sharon, who's in Houston, she was thinking about her message. When I was in a rabbinical school, I was taught you always you give the sermon that you need to hear. And the thing about all of us Even rabbis is that we're all living through the same pandemic that everybody else is. Michael Copeland is a rabbi in California who's congregation caters to the LGBTQ community It's called are Zahav. She says her sermon will try to help those coping with loss. We're dealing with not only coded by dealing with fires here that have taken people's homes and so high holidays comes along in a time when people are already holding a tremendous amount of loss and how we begin to process what they're holding. Rabbi Shalom A. Levy of Beth Elohim, a black synagogue in Queens, says it is all about looking inside yourself. This new year is beginning on a note of reckoning with dealing with this pandemic, and we're dealing with an epidemic of racism and Russia. Shauna traditionally starts that period where it involves deep introspection about what's going on in your life and in the world. But while it's been a painful year for all Americans, Rabbi Micah Greenstein of Temple Israel and Memphis says Russia Shauna still carries the same meaning it always has. It's never too late. To become a better version of yourself than you were before. So if we can just help everyone connect and know that they're not alone, then it will be the most successful. An impactful and meaningful holidays of our lives. Surely a message We can all learn from Shana Tova to all who celebrate this is NPR news. You're listening to morning.

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"michael copeland" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"michael copeland" Discussed on KCRW

"The beginning of Russia Tiana, the Jewish New Year, But like so many things this year, it will be punctuated by the challenges and uncertainty brought by the Corona virus pandemic. We called up several rabbis to hear about their preparations ahead of this evening. We start in New York with Orthodox Rabbi Aaron Glatt. His congregation is young Israel of Woodmere, and he's also an epidemiologist, he says it is crucial to celebrate safely. How we act during high holidays in a more practical way, not just in a spiritually, of course the spiritually it doesn't change. Maybe more so than in other years. What we physically dio during the high holidays will determine outcomes for people whether they'll have a happy healthy year or Heather to do the opposite. When we caught up with Rabbi Sarah Fort of Congregation Beth Yeah, Sharon, who's in Houston, she was thinking about her message. When I was in rabbinical school, I was taught you always you give the sermon that you need to hear. And the thing about all of us Even rabbis is that we're all living through the same pandemic that everybody else is. Michael Copeland is a rabbi in California who's congregation caters to the LGBTQ community It's called are Zahav. She says her sermon will try to help those coping with loss. We're dealing with not only coded but dealing with fires here that have taken people's homes and so high holidays comes along in a time when people are already holding a tremendous amount of loss and how we begin to process what they're holding. Rabbi Shalom A. Levy of Beth Elohim, a black synagogue in Queens, says it is all about looking inside yourself. This new year is beginning on a note of reckoning with dealing with this pandemic, and we're dealing with an epidemic of races and Russia. Shauna traditionally starts that period where it involves deep introspection about what's going on in your life and in the world. But while it's been a painful year for all Americans, Rabbi Micah Greenstein of Temple Israel and Memphis says Russia Shauna still carries the same meaning it always has. It's never too late. To become a better version of yourself than you were before. So if we can just help everyone connect and know that they're not alone, then it will be the most successful. An impactful and meaningful holidays of our lives. Surely a message. We can all learn from Shana Tova to all who celebrate This is NPR news on this Friday. You are listening to K C R W State.

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"michael copeland" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"michael copeland" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Marks the beginning of Russia Tiana, the Jewish New Year, But like so many things this year, it will be punctuated by the challenges and uncertainty brought by the Corona virus pandemic. We called up several rabbis to hear about their preparations ahead of this evening. We start in New York with Orthodox Rabbi Aaron Glatt. His congregation is young Israel of Woodmere, and he's also an epidemiologist, he says It is crucial to celebrate safely. How we act during high Ah, ladies in a more practical way, not just in a spiritually, of course, the spiritually doesn't change. Maybe more so than in other years. What we physically dio during the high holidays will determine outcomes for people whether they'll have a happy healthy year or having to do the opposite when we caught up with Rabbi Sarah Fort of Congregation Beth Yeah, Sharon, who's in Houston, she was thinking about her message. When I was in rabbinical school, I was taught you always you give the sermon that you need to hear. And the thing about all of us Even rabbis is that we're all living through the same. Condemning everybody else's. Michael Copeland is a rabbi in California who's congregation caters to the LGBTQ community. It's called She says her sermon will try to help those coping with loss. We're dealing with not only coded but dealing with fires here that have taken people's homes and so high holidays comes along in a time when people are already holding a tremendous amount of loss, and how do we begin to process what they're holding? Rabbi Shalom A. Levy of Beth Elohim of Black Synagogue in Queens, says it is all about looking inside yourself. This new year is beginning on a note of reckoning with dealing with this pandemic, and we're dealing with an epidemic of races and Russia. Shauna traditionally starts a period where it involves deep introspection about what's going on in your life and in the world. But while it's been a painful year for all Americans, Rabbi Micah Greenstein of Temple Israel and Memphis says Russia Shauna still carries the same meaning it always has. It's never too late. To become a better version of yourself than you were before. So if we can just help everyone connect and know that they're not alone, then it will be the most successful. An impactful and meaningful holidays of our lives. Surely a message We can all learn from Shana.

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"michael copeland" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"michael copeland" Discussed on KCRW

"Live from NPR News. I'm Dwayne Brown. Stocks fell sharply today on Wall Street as big tech companies led the way lower companies like Facebook, Apple and Amazon were down significantly after keeping the market afloat since March. Analysts Michael Farr says no one expected today sell off, which he describes as a pullback, not a correction, which we've been running up for several weeks. This is the first real pull back we've had in awhile, so this could easily be nothing more than a pause that refreshes shakes out some of the weaker hands, Warren Buffett says. You get to see who's swimming naked when the tide goes out. This is a bit of a tide going out. The tech heavy NASDAQ lost about 5% today, a sharp reversal from recent gains. Investors are also keeping an eye out for the government's monthly jobs report that's due out tomorrow. NATO ambassadors will meet an urgent session Friday to discuss if and how to respond to the poisoning of Alexey Navalny, as Teri Schultz tells us. The meeting comes after Germany confirmed the Russian opposition activists had been poisoned with a nerve agent first developed in the Soviet Union. The German government shared Navalny's toxicology test results, with allies, prompting the NATO secretary general to convene a discussion on possible next steps. In 2018. NATO expelled seven Russian diplomats after the UK government found that Nova Chuck had been used to poison former Russians by Sergei Scrip Paul and his daughter along with two other people in Salisbury. But that attack was on NATO territory, and the navalny poisoning took place in Russia, so it's unclear whether NATO will consider it has a mandate to act against Moscow. This time. Russia denies involvement in the August 20th attack, which caused Navalny to collapse in pain after drinking tea at an airport in Russia's far north. For NPR News. I'm Teri Schultz in Brussels. Stocks finished lower across the board on Wall Street. Today, the Dow lost 807 points. You're listening to NPR news, and this is Casey AR W News on a Thursday September 3rd. O'Leary. PAROLE. Here's What's happening at 5 32 l remember, Garcetti says an L A F D firefighter who's been missing for two weeks in Baja Mexico may have been the victim of a violent kidnapping. Frank Miller disappeared from his condominium near Rosarito. His family says his vehicle was missing and condo was ransacked. They filed a missing persons report with Mexican authorities. The FBI has also offered assistance in the investigation and yesterday, Garcetti said, angular is somebody who has put his life on the line for us, and we will do everything in our power to find him. Regular is a 20 year veteran of the FBI, he works out of a station in Cyprus Park. Prosecutors in the district attorney's office have started dismissing felony cases that relied on the work of LAPD officers charged with falsifying records. Officers Braxton, Sean Michael Copeland and Nicholas Martinez had been charged with falsifying records to claim without any evidence that people were gang members more on this now from K C. R W Sarees Castle. At least seven cases have already been dismissed or recommended for dismissal, and seven more could be tossed out, according to district Attorney Jackie Lacey's office. The district attorney's review includes hundreds of cases dating back to the start of each of the accused officers careers. Lacey's office that it was sending letters to more than 750 defendants and their attorneys. In cases were one or more of the charged. Officers were listed as potential witnesses. The DEA is urging them to contact her office if they felt the officers involvement was prejudicial to their case. Officer Shaw Co. Blends and Martinez recharged last month after review of Body Cam footage showed the people the officers stopped had not admitted to being gang members case here. It'll be serous counselor reporting in San Diego State University has halted In person classes for a month after dozens of students contracted covert 19. Now it will be strictly remote learning at least until officials reassess the situation in a few weeks, and he retired four years ago, But Vin Scully is back. Everybody and a very pleasant good afternoon to you. The iconic Dodgers announcer made his social media debut this week yesterday on Twitter and Instagram, where he shared this video. I'm delighted to see if I can't serve you in any way, shape or form. We might chat about a famous date in baseball or a player or a team and hopefully nothing controversial. This is strictly a meeting of friends having some fun talking about our favorite subject..

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"michael copeland" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

07:10 min | 1 year ago

"michael copeland" Discussed on KCRW

"I'm Josh Barrow On today's show. We'll talk about the upcoming expiration of enhanced unemployment benefits and what the government needs to keep the economy afloat. Even is the Corona virus situation gets worse again and we'll talk about what governments can do now to address the crisis they failed to address properly months ago. Let's look at the Supreme Court term with big decisions promoting both religious freedom and LGBT equality. How successful has the court been balancing those items? And we'll look at the Mexican president's visit to the U. S with Jose Diaz person? You all that? Plus a big decision about Oklahoma is coming up next on left right center. We'll be right back. Live from NPR News. I'm Jack Spear. President Donald Trump has commuted the prison sentence of his longtime friend and confidante, Roger Stone. That word coming down late today from the White House, which says Trump called Stone when form of the action for crimes related to the Russia investigation. NPR's Ryan Lucas has more. In its statement announcing this, the White House says that Stone was the victim of what it calls Russia HOAX The White House says that Stone was charged by overzealous prosecutors on special counsel Robert Mueller's team pursuing a case that the White House says never should have existed. And it says that Stone wouldn't be facing prison time if Miller's team hadn't been pursuing. This quote unquote baseless investigation. NPR's Ryan Lewis Stone was convicted of lying to Congress witness tampering and obstructing a house investigation. You know whether the Trump campaign conspired with Russia to win the 2016 election, he was set to report next week to begin serving a more than three year prison term. Of a Texas or past 10,000 patients in hospitals for covert. 19. Texas public Radio's Josh Pack, reports the governor's warning residents there to stay safe in orderto avoid another shutdown. Governor Greg Abbott warned the increased death rates in Texas may lead to a statewide lock down. There are more than 3000 covenant team related deaths and 10,000 hospitalizations reported in the state. You're than 20% of Taft Hospital beds in Texas are available. In several cities across the state are nearing hospital capacity. After allowing businesses to reopen in May, Governor Abbott backtracked and issued an executive order in July requiring face coverings in public spaces. Now to avoid a lock down the governor's urging Texans toe wear those face masks. I'm Josh Peck in San Antonio as the covert 19 pandemic continues to spread within California prisons, state announced in early release plan for thousands of inmates from member station KQED. Scott Shaffer has the story. More than 2000 California inmates are currently infected, and at least 31 have died. The situation is most dire at San Quentin Prison, where more than 100 prison staff are also sick. The state has already released thousands of low risk inmates system wide Now, the Department of Corrections says it will expedite early parole for inmates with less than six months left in their sentence. Don spectre is with the prison law office and it will make AH Community in the prison much safer because there's less risk of people getting evidence spreading that into the community. The state says Up to 8000 inmates will be ready for release by the end of August. For NPR News. I'm Scott Shafer in San Francisco rating agency S and P is taking a look at the country's major airlines and perhaps not surprisingly, not liking what it is seeing at the time. The Corona virus pandemic a severely affected travel less in peace as it's downgraded United Airlines, one of the major U. S carriers and notch deeper into junk territory. Stocks ending the week on an up note. The Dow gained 369 points. This is NPR, and this is Casey AR W. On a Friday, July 10th and Larry Parole. Here's what's happening at 70 for Really. County Department of Public Health reported that the positivity rate of Corona virus testing is continuing to creep up. It's at about 10% this evening. The number of hospitalizations over the past week have been running well above the levels of a month ago, but Officials report that it fell slightly today. County health officials reported 51 new deaths, bringing the overall county death toll from the virus to over 3700. American Eric Our study said that the threat level remains high should assume that everyone is infectious. Continue to stay at home as often as you can. Telecommute if you can and participate on Lee an essential activities. Over 2500 new Corona virus cases were confirmed in the county today, bringing the overall total to more than 127,000 Latin ex people in L. A county now more than twice as likely as whites to be infected with the virus and twice as likely to die based on data. In the L. A County Department of public Health black residents, 27% more likely to be infected and nearly twice as likely to die from the virus. Compared to whites only counter remains the epicenter of Corona virus cases in California by orders of magnitude and as numbers go up, questions are being asked. About the speed of reopening the county and the state. This week, several more counties were added to the States watch list of places experiencing heightened transmission of the virus and rising hospitalizations. Currently, half of California's 58 counties are on the list. Speaking to K. C. R W's Press played l. A county supervisor Mark Ridley Thomas said. There's a delicate balance between safety and commerce that needs to be found. We have to figure out how to Reconcile these Tensions. Health officials in L. A and other parts of so Cal Warren. The situation is likely to get worse. Tens of thousands of people out of work have the added worry of losing a big part of their income $600 per week. Federal Corona virus unemployment benefit benefit Is set to expire at the end of the month. We have Left unhelpful communication. From the White House on this we have Issues that say unemployment is rising to depression like levels. Numbers from the State Employment Development Department say unemployment in L. A county was nearly 21% in May. Three members of an elite LAPD unit have been charged today with falsely identifying dozens of people they stopped his gang members. Some of those people ended up in a database used by law enforcement to share intelligence, an investigative tool. The LAPD recently stopped using because Of civil rights concerns. Here's Casey or W's Daryl Stats man. The district attorney says the three officers falsified field interview cards used by police when talking to people while on duty. In some cases, the D A says the officers wrote that a person admitted to being a gang member, even though the individual denied it. Some of the false information contained on the cards was used to wrongfully enter people into a statewide gang database. Paxton, Sean Michael Copeland and Nicholas Martinez are all members of the LAPD is metropolitan Division, which handles major crimes and includes officers with specialized training. They've each been charged with obstruction of justice. Allegations about the falsification surfaced earlier this year, and just last month, the LAPD he placed a moratorium on the use of the cow gang database. It is. Case your jobs. Darryl SATs been reporting support for NPR come from the Ford Foundation, working with visionaries on the front lines of social change worldwide to address inequality in all its forms. Learn more at Ford Foundation. Dot org It is 707 Here at K C..

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"michael copeland" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"michael copeland" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Using promo code s. e. d. i plan on attending ending kafka summit and i hope to see you there. Choksi welcome to software engineering daily. I'm so excited to be here. I know you it's mutual. I mean most of the time with a podcast broadcast. You have the ace symmetric intimacy. We actually have. Yes symmetric asymmetric intimacy. We actually know each other right. It's really funny when people come up up to you now feel like they know you and you're like. I don't know who you are but it's also great at the same time you host the sixteen z podcast. Why did it make sense for a venture capital firm to start a podcast. It's a really good question so first of all the broader context for the podcasts as white as a v._c. Firm have an editorial operation and the reason for that is that a six and z has always had a culture of writing and communicating and sharing ideas well before we built an editorial operation that was here before i even joined and and then there's this trend of a lot of i used to joke when i was at i was at wired at the time that it's really funny v._c._r. The new editors and it kinda said it in a snarky way because i felt like who are these people that think they know it's up in us. Editors have more things to say but then i realized that they were talking about more leading versus lagging indicators others and i got frustrated because i felt like i'm focusing on lagging indicators in my narrative work and i would like to go back to leading indicators which is why it came to a six z so before i joined there was another journalist who was here and i joined as editors and the model sorta shifted to more editing other people than storytelling in the third persons we went to a first person send model and that takes me to why a podcast so to answer your question why we did a podcast it actually existed three months before i even joined and and the it was i believe the brainchild of chris dickson and then kim lhasa vich and michael copeland helped with getting off the ground and it was intended to start off just sort of hallway conversations and dixon was an early blogger and so i believe that podcasting sort of potentially the next evolution of blogging and being able talk intimately but really started as an experiment but the night took over shortly after joining in the production and it's been growing since what lessons from the history of blogging apply to podcasting oh. I love that question jeffrey..

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"michael copeland" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

10:43 min | 2 years ago

"michael copeland" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"To software engineering daily. I'm so excited to be here. I know you it's mutual. I mean most of the time with a podcast broadcast. You have the ace symmetric intimacy. We actually have. Yes symmetric asymmetric intimacy. We actually know each other right. It's really funny when people come up up to you now feel like they know you and you're like. I don't know who you are but it's also great at the same time you host the sixteen z podcast. Why did it make sense for a venture capital firm to start a podcast. It's a really good question so first of all the broader context for the podcasts as white as a v._c. Firm have an editorial operation and the reason for that is that a six and z has always had a culture of writing and communicating and sharing ideas well before we built an editorial operation that was here before i even joined and and then there's this trend of a lot of i used to joke when i was at i was at wired at the time that it's really funny v._c._r. The new editors and it kinda said it in a snarky way because i felt like who are these people that think they know it's up in us. Editors have more things to say but then i realized that they were talking about more leading versus lagging indicators others and i got frustrated because i felt like i'm focusing on lagging indicators in my narrative work and i would like to go back to leading indicators which is why it came to a six z so before i joined there was another journalist who was here and i joined as editors and the model sorta shifted to more editing other people than storytelling in the third persons we went to a first person send model and that takes me to why a podcast so to answer your question why we did a podcast it actually existed three months before i even joined and and the it was i believe the brainchild of chris dickson and then kim lhasa vich and michael copeland helped with getting off the ground and it was intended to start off just sort of hallway conversations and dixon was an early blogger and so i believe that podcasting sort of potentially the next evolution of blogging and being able talk intimately but really started as an experiment but the night took over shortly after joining in the production and it's been growing since what lessons from the history of blogging apply to podcasting oh. I love that question jeffrey. I'm so glad you're asking that because i think about this all the time so it's funny a a lot of people complain about the end bogging or the nostalgically think of the heyday of blogging. I kind of roll my eyes a little because i feel like you know what you're just missing talking to each other what i love about podcasting. Is there something more inclusive about it that anybody can listen to a podcast on a mobile phone and it's not to say that blogging wasn't accessible because if you think about the history of the printing press and how the printing press made what would formally very elite ideas more available in the form of mass books similarly lee blogging sort of took what we're quote formally elite ideas in the form of certain media outlets articles into the form of mass blogs but there was even though i loved the early wave of blogging a little bit of elitism to it where it felt it was very much a bunch of bloggers who would talk to each other. There wasn't really this shared sense of an experienced. The whole community was having one of the parallels in podcasting is that in many ways podcasting is the next evolution of blogging because of the intimacy podcast. They're so intimate. You're really in someone's ear. The other similarity is the authentic nature of the communication. You don't have to write like a five paragraph essay and have it perfectly edited so podcasting is very similar and and that sort of you're really hearing someone's voice. You can't fake that but what's different is that podcasting is to me like shared community and it's a movement like people are really following a movement. You have a completely different relation to the people are listening to to go deeper there. A sixteen zero recently had a series about podcasting. There was a long p._d._f. There's a long article two hour long episode with connie chan and nick kwa. Did you have any any reflections on the spirit of podcasting in its modern form today from all that research in that grinding on that data yeah i mean you had an amazing post which is on pod sheets and your view on open source podcasting. You also did like a great overview of all the different players in the industry and i thought that was great. I loved loved it and very aligned with a lot of my own views too so the podcast about podcasting it was me in connie nick as you noted and nicholas known for doing hotpot newsletter which is one of my favorites and i know you're nodding that's one of yours too and the report on investing in the podcast ecosystem in two thousand nineteen grew out of our internal deal team and was authored by legion who's on her deal team and she works very close with andrew chen. Who's one of general partners who's really interested in investing in podcasting startups and then avery seagal also authored a section in that report on podcasting casting china because it's huge in china and he works very closely with connie chan who's very interested in investing in podcasting startups and new media startups as well and then the third author was ben at karachi who did a lot of research on that report and they also really called a lot of the research out there so i wanna give a shout out to edison research. They produce the infinite dial study and tom webster. I've been following his work for like fifteen years. Is the main lead there in. It's a really thoughtful report so that's the context with that report. I think the big takeaways at a very high level are that podcasting is hitting a quote inflection point that it's becoming more mainstream now. I actually still don't think it's there. It's still very early. Days of my big reflection on modern podcasting is that it is becoming more mainstream but it is still phase one because we don't have the infrastructure that we need to really do podcasting well by that. I mean it's still lacks discovery. I mean how do you find a podcast. How do people find software engineering daily if they don't already know about exactly and as you know one of the ways people find podcast number one way to discover podcast is listen to other podcasts so that's basically how people find out then there's a complete lack of episodic discovery mrs or my big pet peeves. I don't believe everybody wants to follow. Every single episode of a podcast is not a serialized narrative show. They want topical things so what i want all the podcasts on quantum computing crafting fantasy novels and romance which are all things. I'm interested in kind of weird combo but i can't find that now so that's missing but what's some good news on this talking about modern podcasting is that google recently announced that they are transcribing podcasts which is a huge important move because now finally all that sort of dark voice for lack of a better phrase is is going to finally be indexed which will help a ton with the discovery side. How would you encapsulate the competitive dynamics between apple spotify google well first of all. None of this is investment advice. I am not an investor. I'm commenting on mainly. The trends of these companies being really containers of interesting models that are happening in the podcasting industry. Sorry so it's funny because i've never seen this before where three platforms at all have the opportunity to own space seem to be really doing very different things so so spotify. It's really interesting because they have very openly said they wanted really grow podcasting. The ceo daniel is on the public record talking about in a speech. He gave this year about what all the investments are making. You know they acquired gimblett. Obviously they acquired anchor. All people whose work i've been following for a long time and they're realizing that audio wpro is music and podcasting and they're two different things and that's super important and they're obviously clearly thinking about the user generated side of things hence the acquisition of anchor so a lot of people will often say that they have to become the youtube of podcasting which they have a lot of potential for but i think what's really interesting about spotify always had really creative ways of thinking about a person's whole audio profile for the day and i believe third piece of this that is not currently in there is audio books because to me the definition of podcasting lasting in connie beliefs as to is. It's not just technically quote podcasts audiobooks. That's other audio. It's spoken-word basically not words that are sung spotify has a really unique opportunity because of their model with playlists and their ability to do more creative things on the recommendation side then google will have a really interesting play because as their their model has always been to index the world's information the ability to index podcasts is huge and i recently heard that there are more people coming to podcast ask via google then via spotify. I wanna double check. This stat google has an advantage. I'm be transcription side and being able to search and find podcasts and then the third player apple huge fan of that team by the way james boggs. Those guys in the past apple hasn't really invested deeply and podcasting. You know the classic story. There's like two people in the department winner by people or whatever it is it seems that they are now but the thing about apple is at because of their big position on protecting user privacy. They're not gonna do some other things that podcasters want which is like the ability to communicate with fans like to be able to send out an email for instance update to your fans and by the way none of these three are hosting platforms. They're all distribution platforms right. None of them are actually upload your podcast to spotify google or apple. They're basically taking second all the feeds. What is your provision for podcasting becoming social and is an inevitability. I do believe podcasting should be social inherently even though it's not i know elite. Our partner in the deal team also believes in social podcasting so far one of the leading social podcasting apps breaker but i think there's a lot of interesting innovation still what happened on this in this space. I'm interested in two things on that front. I definitely want the graph of people there's a classic thing you always ask other people what other podcast podcast you listen to and find out through word of mouth like here are the podcast that i want to hear but i'm also interested in people coming around live events around podcasting and sort of coming together in that that frame but for me and other piece of it as a creator. How do you communicate with your fans like right now. I'm in a room with two people sometimes recording something and dan. I can't engage with them so when i go on public and they're like we went self as we want to hang out is really cute and really weird and completely mind boggling that this happens but i would love to be able to continually early because if you think about it it's again movement. You're creating a world view in a glimpse into our world and how to think about tech imagine if we could send updates to them via apps apps and various things cruise is a san francisco based company.

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"michael copeland" Discussed on The AI Podcast

The AI Podcast

11:21 min | 2 years ago

"michael copeland" Discussed on The AI Podcast

"You'll get to the blog page. It's got all of our back episodes. <hes> the ones that I've done and before me Michael Copeland even a nice picture of Michael You can learn about him too so check it out and and also if you would take an extra minute to rate review leave US feedback. Tell your friends subscribe all that great stuff and let us know what you think and who you you might like to see or what you might like to hear us talk about on upcoming episodes that being said let's get into it for the past few years. Our guest today has been working on using a I hi an immersive visualization to change the future of analytics Oshkosh in Dirk is head of machine learning projects at virtual lyrics. Pasadena California based company company building an A._I.. Based data analytics platform in desktop and virtual reality crashes here to talk about how hey I am V._R.. And immersive visualization nations general can make data science more accessible for citizen data analysts and improve efficiencies for expert data scientists and of course why all that matters matters to industry to lovers of data to all kinds of people so Akash. Thank you so much for joining the Nvidia A._i.. podcast welcome thanks for having me so let's start at the beginning. We always do tell us about virtual lyrics. Some of the things I talked about. Maybe you can unpack them. Tell us about what a data analytics platform in desktop in virtually reality is and you know what virtual ethics is aiming to general yeah I know it sounds like we kind of just put together a bunch of buzzwords and she started that accompany around it but <hes> Birch lyrics like you said a it's a advanced data science and data exploration platform and we believe that artificial intelligence paired with immersive digitalization Asian is on a collision course. That's really going to change the future state analytics so for a long time people have been generating x y plots. They'll put something on the X.. Axis put something on the y axis and the look at it and I'll try and make sense of the shape of that plot where things are moving is that just comparing two variables against each other. There is no longer good enough people have been talking about big data for decades now but they does not just egg. It's really complex and so what that means is. You don't just have a lot of rows of data. You also now have a lot of columns or features of Data and so that really means you need to change the tools. You're using to interpret what's going on inside inside your data sets so our platform is way to experience immersive visuals <hes> it's completely interactive tool and it's really intuitive way to collaborate with different people <hes> within your organization to talk about data what might team focuses on is democratizing machine learning techniques that typically require advance aunts knowledge and experience within data science and machine learning but the problem is that most people don't really have that experience or even if they do sometimes they just want to move past the minutiae of right and just kind of get to the end result in faster way sure and so in our software we try to expose those techniques so that the click -able and that can be <hes> you know immediately mapped onto a dimension like color size or shape such that people can actually make sense of those machine earning results since we have both the the luxury and the constraints strain of of being on radio basically as opposed to you know come across individual medium. Is there a kind of a simple example we could use to to paint this for the for the user. What what kind of data might we talking about and what's the difference when you when you talk about plotting x y thing I can see you know aligned graph spreadsheet? That's it's kind of concrete exactly when we talk about you know moving in two columns and features. What does that actually look like sure exactly say you know I'll go forward with the <hes> the spreadsheet example that to us right so people have been using excel and other spreadsheet tools for a long time? There's a lot of data recorded out there typically. When we talk about plotting you know one or two columns uh-huh of <hes> data against each other? That's what I'm talking about with those x y plots but what happens when you're spreadsheets starts to get really wide. You may not know what to plot against each other anymore right so that's where we can build machine. Learning tools are software that help drive the users analysis <hes> so that they don't really need to think about what to plot. They just can start thinking about what does this plot mean so what kinds of customers you have what industries to serve so we <hes> big part of our focus is that we build a general purpose <hes> data analytics platform right so as you can imagine every industry at this point has been collecting data for a while now and so we've got we've got customers in finance shipping and logistics marketing healthcare industry defense so kind of all the different verticals were working with different clients all over the place so let's say I'm an American and I am looking at some data on a spreadsheet and then I'm looking at it through your platform. What am I going to see <hes>? What's the difference you you know what what's going to wow me when I when I go into the virtual ethics world sure to say you're trying to figure out how to get more people to start listening adding to the podcast right <hes>? Maybe you have some information about your existing viewers. <hes> maybe some demographic information their age where they're from. I'm in the country or around the world and maybe say you have some survey information about them as well right or you've purchased some data about these users typically. You know the what you what you really want to do is get a sense of what is k._p._i.. In this situation so you might say all right well. How many episodes have they listened to write for the podcast that that could be your K._p._i.? Now you're tasked with figuring out which of those other features you mentioned The ranks your features in terms of which ones matter to your K._p._i.. And then also automatically generates visualization so you can start looking at how those different combinations nations features actually shape the relationship with the K._p._i.. Right so that's you might quickly discover okay age where they're located within the country around the world on and if you survey responses are really key indicators right maybe one of them is whether they work with data not right and suddenly you've got a plot that shows that crystal clear and you can start making decisions based on that plot. You don't have to spend all day figuring out you know which of those features actually mattered so not only am I not having to grapple with kind of tracking back and forth across all these calms on my spreadsheet and sort of you know either mentally or even in the cells figure out like okay so so if I correlate age to location to you know do they have a background background in computer science then is that GonNa show but I want your system will not only kind of surface those insights for me but also presented in a way that's just much more accessible visually troy exactly yeah and and the reason we do immersive visualization is because nowadays data so complex. It's not just going to be one single thing right like if I told you you owe ages the only thing you need to look at when you're segmenting the people that watch this podcast you would tell me that's probably unlikely right rights because it's going to be this multifaceted thing so you need the immersive visualization to actually be able to look at several dimensions of data at the same time I so I sort of took a broad swipe at answering this just a second ago but where does the machine learning in the I <hes> come in so a big part of it is figuring out how to rank those features on so we use proprietary very into there's something called a random forest and from there we recommend <hes> multiple visualizations that <hes> you know make sense of those features that we've we've ranked right. That's one of the the examples of where the lives in our software and one of the things that I think distinguishes the way we approach machine learning within virtual lyrics is that we aren't necessarily focused on an optimized these models for predictive accuracy instead. We're optimizing them for speed getting the user to their insights. As fast as possible also explain ability. It's still using same type of machine learning that <hes> you know other other folks talked about on the podcast but two different end right. We're not necessarily focused on generating think predictions. It's more about gathering insights and making something that's highly explainable so we've got about twelve questions now washer and so they're Kinda. I'll throw the two at you and and and maybe they're linked one is I'm kind of wondering what the difference is and to paint the picture for the listener. I'm actually recording this from my home studio and next to my microphone. There's a V._R.. Rick because I've been doing some stuff with V._R.. And so I wonder what would happen if I put that on and I'm in virtual ethics and what's the difference between that had environment and the desktop environment in how you present the information and then I'm also wondering kind of the difference between what you make more accessible for for citizen analysts versus how you're helping the experts up their game. Even higher sure exactly dancer. I question about the OCULUS. How does the V._R.? Tie into all of this right so V._R.. Is All about going somewhere where you can't experience that in real life right <hes> so we've seen a lot of V._R.. Experiences out there right now that are about you know doing occupational training and I may be going into fantastic worlds that had don't actually exist on but for us with this means is being able to immerse yourself in date right when you can you have your data show up right next to you and sort of like iron man be able to reach out and start swiping at your data and moving things around and <hes> you know that sort of thing that's really really powerful and it's going to connect with a lot more people. People are going to come into work and be more excited about doing data analysis how we're going to talk about reaching out and grabbing the data because that's what I imagined than I didn't want it absolutely a very that's a huge part of it right being able to directly interact with data and I think for a lot of people for longtime data's been this kind of scary thing because there's huge excel spreadsheets out there that you know the longer look at them your eyes start to glaze over but when there's you know these multicolored objects right in front of you <hes> you know different shapes and you can literally reach out and point at them and click on them and then start seeing more or information about them open up a browser. You can do all that stuff in V._R.. And that's something that you can't really do in real life right. That's a big component of why V._R.. The other huge each component of V._R.. Is that it's a lot easier to collaborate right so right now. It's it's maybe hard for you to understand what all this looks like because we're talking over skype but if we were in V._R.. You'd be able to see exactly what I'm talking about. You could see what I'm pointing at my my body language as expressing myself and talking about this data and that's a a much more communicative experience right so so that's another area where when data scientists are citizen data scientists are explaining what they've been working on to their stakeholders headquarters that extra bit of communication and understanding goes a long way and the spirit of collaboration. I'm thinking now about the data science novice and the expert. How.

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"michael copeland" Discussed on The AI Podcast

The AI Podcast

10:21 min | 2 years ago

"michael copeland" Discussed on The AI Podcast

"The laura. Hello and welcome to the Invidia AI podcast. I'm your host Noah Kravitz before we get to today's episode. A quick thank you and quick favorite. Ask. It's been a little over a year since I took the host chair from the esteemed Michael Copeland, and it's been a blast. So thank you to all of you for me from our producer, Brian. And from everyone else involved with the show and NVIDIA in general. Thank you for listening. We'd love to get more of your feedback on the show. So drop us an Email. The address is a podcast at Invidia dot com. Send us your thoughts your questions reactions and even ideas for guests or future show, topics. That's a podcast at Invidia dot com now for the favor if you like the show, please take a few minutes to do any or all of the following three things. One. Give us a five star review on apple podcasts. Wherever you get your podcasts to click subscribe. If you're not ready. Subscribe subscribe to the show, you'll get all the episodes automatically and three Tele friend about the podcast. That's it. Thanks now. It's how some fun we get up soda ideas from all sorts of places. Some we find in our daily work tracking the world of official intelligence, some come to us from individuals and organizations who want to come on the show and talk about the cool things they're doing with AI some come from listeners who've recommended guests using Yama to plug it. One more time our Email address AI podcast at Invidia dot com. Once in a while some magic happens and an episode idea comes from the same place, we all turn to to answer lives most pressing questions the search engine. I have two young kids. They're into Legos. I'm into Lagos my wife. Yes. She likes the Laos to. So we will lot of Legos at our house many of which were built into sets and then disassembled and dumped into storage bins longtime ago. So a few weeks ago? I was having a fit of temporary insanity or something and decided to try to do something about this big mess, and started sorting one of these big bins of Legos organize Legos or little easier and a little more fun to build back into sets than just these giant messes or so my son's tell me, so but ten minutes into my work. I had my on. There's gotta be a better way moment, and I had the web a few minutes after that. I was dashing off an Email to producer Brian in fever dream sang, Brian I found this guy. He built a LEGO sorting robot. It's using tensor flow. We got again on the show. Join us today is Francisco Garcia Pokka Garcia, three on medium. Which is important Francisco is the guy who I- breathlessly told Brian about a few weeks ago and he replied right away. And he wanted to come on the show, which is awesome Francisco designed built and perhaps best of all lovingly documented, his work. Designing a LEGO sorter using tensor flow on raspberry, it looks awesome. I want one and Francisco is here to talk about the project Francisco. Thank you so much for joining the Invidia a podcast. Well, thank you for for attention at certain on the extremely exciting to to be a part of this. And and see the work that have done this year cannot translate into these great opportunities. Thanks. Oh, our pleasure. It's it's very cool stuff. It hits hits close to home for me. And I would suspect a lot of a lot of the listeners out there. So I read through the blog it's a five part series. It's awesome. It's videos has got diagrams it gets into the nitty gritty of stuff, but it's very easy to read so kudos to you for that. And one of the cool things right away was that you described stumbling upon the story of Japanese cucumber farmer who saw Google alpha go robot and decided to try deep learning to automate cucumber sorting at his parents farm, and then that inspired you. So tell us about that tells the story so so that's what it started. Right. So so I have the. The the fortune of working for a fantastic company in my day job. I do technology. But that's me. And when I come home, I'm too quickly writing my own code or playing with technology on my free time. So I stumbled upon a couple of months ago with this up from a block post around the Japanese cucumber farmer, and it really got my attention. Right. You know, for me was there's some places in the world were a car drives by itself. An again, log millions of hours, and it those does it successfully. But then you have like this this small farmer. We've cucumbers assembling in a do it yourself manner. A intelligent cucumbers order, and I spend myself like talking over and over. I would use the example at work. And I think for me that was I it's still something that intrigues me is like, okay, how how is this going to work in the future right from self driving cars all the way. Those use cases in the rest of the world for people who don't know. There are a lot of types of cucumbers. And there are a lot of things that go into deciding is this comer, you know, first of all is it suitable to to sell or is it a bad cucumber? But then all the different types of the things that that differentiates it just to paint a picture, imagine, whatever it is for me. It's folding laundry. One of those tasks you have to do that you wish could be automated, and you'll kind of get the vibe. But but sorry continue. Yes. Exactly. And I think one of the things I learned is if the number is trade is far more valuable to put it in the super Mark. It's shaped like a C you don't want. It's low quality. Right. So so so I really thought about this and stock in my mind for for many months, and then I said, hey, I want to try it out. I I read several times a Google blog and says, well, they're using raspberry pi and are doing oh on the cloud. It's it seems pretty straightforward. So so I started doing it some. Thought of how could I put together, and I do have small kids as well. So I have an eight year old a seven year old and a four year old. And I'm LEGO find myself as well, and we have legal sets around the house. So and I said, hey, you know, I could really order the pieces. You know, I started playing started forwarding and seeing how many beaches I had each caller Stipe. But it really treat me that you can use Legos pickup brake-system toward like the bricks you need. Exactly, right. So that was applause. I said, hey, look, if I run out of pieces, I can always custom mortar. But then as I was sorting them as well. I started entering that are on all our tons of LEGO that we have we have some I'm going to call them generic bricks in the mix. Right. So how do you just a picture? What do you mean? Generic bricks non branded last break got it. Okay. They look the same as LEGO. But if you look really closely, they're different. Yeah. And then I said, wow. You know, I can order the pieces I can design an experiment, and I jumped I went online to the brake system with LEGO order a bunch of breaks when to EBay and try to find those generic and I a couple of weeks, they're starting shipping. And I started building my sound set. So that's how I ended up in the LEGO sort of commotion. No, you said that your day job is technology. Do a are you I in AI deep learning that kind of thing. Yes. Okay. To not starting from ground zero here. But you had have background have have a little bit of obviously interesting some knowledge and then thought, hey, let's try this with the with the Legos and the generic bricks. That's correct. Okay. And my goal at the start. So so I said, well, I'm gonna do it myself. I wanna use Legos. But really what I was trying from a personal perspective. I wanted to see how how good could it be out of the box. So I would say I'm gonna. Build the automated machine to capture whatever samples I need from images. But I really want to see how good a neural network can be just out of the box. Right. And and if you look at my blog post, I didn't I used very simple templates for the sensor flow piece. I used inception. V three Tetra. I didn't. I didn't do a lot rain. The software component. But that was my goal is how how easy to use the off the shelf stuff. See what it can do. That's correct. Okay. Now, I knew and focusing out there. No. There are a million one kinds of layers let alone bring in the generic brick variations. So on your blog. You kinda laid out what your goals were for the project. How many let's start with how many types of pieces were you looking to sort through and classify. So I started out with twenty types of pieces. Okay. That's where I started. The first version of the machine ended up being able to soared eleven classes of bricks, and this was due to like a design constraint that had in terms of how many bins that could physically put. You're doing this at home. You have three kids can't can't take over the neighborhood with your LEGO robot. Just yet. That's correct. Did you start with an I wanna leap ahead because I'm fascinated by the sort of mechanical part this. But but will stay with you know, with the software. I'm assuming you started with trading your net doing simulations not getting into the hardware piece of this just yet. So so what I did is before I started building anything. So so, you know, this Legos decided on my success criteria googled, I did the same thing as you that little bit. And I ended up in this again, what Google at this denser flow for poets example. Okay. And that's the base code. That's running the the training and the inference of this of this machine. Again, I wanted to very out of the box berry like let's he was ready available and from there. I got an idea. And it really got it me. Like, hey, you're going to need

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"michael copeland" Discussed on The AI Podcast

The AI Podcast

06:53 min | 2 years ago

"michael copeland" Discussed on The AI Podcast

"The laura. Hello and welcome to the Invidia AI podcast. I'm your host Noah Kravitz before we get to today's episode. A quick thank you and a quick favorite ask. It's been a little over a year since I took the host chair from the esteemed Michael Copeland, and it's been a blast. So thank you to all of you for me from our producer, Brian. And from everyone else involved with the show and NVIDIA in general. Thank you for listening. We'd love to get more of your feedback on the show. So drops Email. The address is a podcast at Invidia dot com. Send us your thoughts your questions reactions and even ideas for guests or future show, topics. That's a podcast at Invidia dot com now for the favor if you like the show, please take a few minutes to do any or all of the following three things. One. Give us a five star review on apple podcasts. Wherever you get your podcasts to cook. Subscribe. If you're not already subscribe subscribe to the show, you'll get all the episodes automatically and three Tele friend about the podcast. That's it. Thanks now. Let's have some fun. We get episode ideas from all sorts of places. Some we find in our daily work tracking the world of artificial intelligence, some come to us from individuals and organizations who wanna come on the show and talk about the cool things they're doing with AI some come from listeners who've recommended guests using Yemen to plug it. One more time our Email address AI podcast at Invidia dot com. Once in a while some magic happens and an episode idea comes from the same place, we all turn to to answer lives most pressing questions the search engine. I have two young kids. They're into Legos. I'm into Lagos my wife. Yes. She likes the Laos to. So we will lot of legs at our house many of which were built into sets and then disassembled and dumped into storage bins longtime ago. So a few weeks ago? I was having a fit of temporary insanity or something and decided to try to do something about this big mess, and started sorting one of these big bins of Legos organize Legos or little easier and a little more fun to build back into sets than just these giant messes or so my son's tell me, so but ten minutes into my work. I had my on. There's gotta be a better way moment, and I had the web a few minutes after that. I was dashing off an Email to producer Brian in fever dream sang, Brian I found this guy. He built a LEGO sorting robot. It's using tensor flow. We got again on the show. Join us today is Francisco Garcia Pokka Garcia, three on medium. Which is important Francisco is the guy who I- breathlessly told Brian about a few weeks ago and he replied right away. And he wanted to come on the show, which is awesome Francisco designed built and perhaps best of all lovingly documented, his work. Designing a LEGO sorter using tensor flow on raspberry, it looks awesome. I want one and Francisco is here to talk about the project Francisco. Thank you so much for joining the video podcast. Well, thank you for for the nation at certain on the extremely exciting to to be a part of this. And and see the work that I've done this year cannot translate into these great opportunities. Thanks. Oh, our pleasure. It's it's very cool stuff. It hits hits close to home for me. And I would suspect a lot of a lot of the listeners out there. So I read through the blog a five part series. It's awesome. It's videos has got diagrams it gets into the nitty gritty of stuff, but it's very easy to read so kudos to you for that. And one of the cool things right away was that you described stumbling upon the story of Japanese cucumber farmer who saw Google alpha go robot and decided to try deep learning to automate cucumber sorting at his parents farm, and then that inspired you. So tell us about that tells the story so so that's what it started. Right. So so I have the. The the fortune of working for a fantastic company in my day job. I do technology. But that's me. And when I come home, I'm too early writing my own code or playing with technology on my free time. So I stumbled upon a couple of months ago with this up from a block boast around the Japanese cucumber farmer, and it really got my attention. Right. You know for me. It was there's some places in the world were a car drives by itself. An again, log millions of hours, and it those does it successfully. But then you have like this this small farmer. We've cucumbers assembling in a yourself manner. A intelligent cucumbers order, and I spend myself like talking over and over. I would use the example at work. And I think for me that was I it's still something that intrigues me is like, okay, how how is this going to work in the future right from self driving cars all the way. Those use cases in the rest of the world for people who don't know. There are a lot of types of cucumbers. And there are a lot of things that go into deciding is this cucumber, you know, first of all is it suitable to to sell or is it a bad cucumber? But then all the different types of the things that that differentiates it just to paint a picture, imagine, whatever it is for me. It's folding laundry. One of those tasks you have to do that you wish could be automated, and you'll kind of get the vibe. But but sorry continue. Yes. Exactly. And I think one of the things I learned is if the number is trade is far more valuable to put it in the super Mark. It's shaped like a C you don't want. It's low quality. Right. So so so I really thought about this and stock in my mind for for many months, and then I said, hey, I want to try it out. I I read several times a Google blog and says, well, they're using raspberry pi and are doing oh on the cloud. It's it seems pretty straightforward. So so I started doing it some. Thought of how could I put together, and I do have small kids as well. So I have an eight year old a seven year old and a four year old. And I'm LEGO find myself as well, and we have legal sets around the house. So and I said, hey, you know, I could really order the pieces. You know, I started playing started forwarding and seeing how many beaches I had each caller Stipe. But it really treat me that you can use Legos pickup brake system toward like the bricks you need. Exactly, right. So that was applause. I said, hey, look, if I run out of pieces, I can always custom mortar. But then as I was sorting them as well. I started entering that are on all our tons of LEGO that we have we have some I'm going to call them generic

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