27 Burst results for "Micra"
How Bitcoin Derivatives Work With Juthica Chou
"Hi there jessica. How are you good. how are you about. It's been a while since we in new york probably two years maybe on a sales more than that but time get so messed up in this space so we could have been two years. Dog is. I feel like i've been doing this for two decades completely. January feels like three years ago. Yes just the world is year the mouth things i can't even get my head around is a bit overwhelming anyway. We are where we are. So thanks for coming on I've been doing these regular shows with willie woo and a few will be rising to me and listen. I don't understand how derivatives work or asking me questions about derivatives. I'm like i don't know. I don't know how they work. I don't use them i. I'm just a spot byron transferred to cold storage so speaking to my producers like what what are we reach out to greg. Why don't we get on. She's she's the expert she'll explain it to us so you ready for this. Come on. i've before before we get into the first thing i did want to get into with you and i think you'll know a bit about it is to do with micra strategy. I'm sure you tranquil. They do should. We were quite wherever they're doing so they've just done another five hundred million dollar bond sale and they've talked about at the market securities offering for flexibility to stop to another billion dollars asset class. What does this all mean like. I've got no idea. Wh what is a bond sale for a company is it the same as a treasury bond is a similar. How does it work. Yeah so There's a couple ways will as cook though his learn. There's a lot of different ways that you can raise capital If you are whether you're a token or a company So the traditional way is that you issue shares which are securities. I'm so people have a stake in your company that would be like base going public in their initial
Why Central Banks Will Add Bitcoin to Their Balance Sheets
"Cathy. It's wonderful to be here with you again. I'm very happy to be here. Nathaniel is fit in lots of action over the last three months. So let's talk. I mean is wild since we talked so much has changed in such a short amount of time. Let's just start. I guess with the question that i think everyone is trying to sort through right now. Which is are we still in a bull market. Have we shifted into a bear market. Is there some weird dead cat. Bounce thing going on where. Where are we in this market cycle and is the cycle that we normally think about it. Even the right stick to us anymore. So we're talking about crypto here. Right crypto specifically. Yeah but i mean turns out it might. It might involve not crypto as well and the answer that question but actually Well we've just we just saw a fifty percent drop so this idea of a super cycle that that would never happen again. Well that's that's out the window. And i do think it was precipitated. By the es g movement to end this notion a which was exacerbated by elon. Musk that there are some real environmental problems here. with bitcoin with the mining bitcoin and And so i think that a lot of institutional buying went on pause. Shall i say and i think there were a lot of expectations that there would be follow through by institutions. We wrote a paper last september october. Saying that we did believe this. New asset class was finally getting the respect that it needs from institutions There have been some leaders out there. Certainly a fidelity and mass mutual and then on the balance sheet you've seen square and tesla micra strategy. Of course of course. And all of these rethought were teeing up the institutional world for some real participation in this space
The Age of Remote Work: Arianna Huffington and Karen Mangia
"Arianna. I love the latest book from thrive global your time to thrive and burnout increase. Well being an unlock your full potential with the new science of my kristaps so many good takeaways and especially loved what you wrote about waking up in the morning and the first thing that you did was check your cell phone the impact that that had on you. I'm guilty of doing the same thing. And i bet many of our listeners are so tell us why. This was such an aha moment for you. Well how we start our day and how we end. Our day are sort of pretty critical to the day we have and seventy two percent of people start their day by going to their fall before they're fully away before their feet have hit the ground. So what we recommend. That thrive and this is kind of one of my favorite out of hundreds of micra steps for behavior changes to take sixty seconds. Before you got your fault to be very intentional to focus on your breath to remember coach. Grateful for to fame. Ply- get ready for the day and as you said my call be clear about what your priorities are as opposed to what the world wants to view which is what i've found is for love absolutely starting the day setting your intentions versus what others expect from. You is a big mindshift when we have so much pressure to be productive karen. How is remote work. Changing our definition of what it means to be productive and successful. I think sometimes we get our relationship with success a little bit wrong you know. We have these myths and misconceptions that six asses the result of being always on and working all the time or that success. You know we just work hard enough. It will show up or it's the result of this perfect
Sales Conversations vs Sales Cycles, with Gopkiran Rao
"Gopi. Welcome to the show. Andy glad to be here. Thanks so much for having me on what's pleasure. It's been awhile since we spoke. Yeah i was actually looking at some old emails and realize we lost in september of last year. When i think he were on the verge of your arm your some of back to san diego said it has been awhile. Yeah so where have you been sheltering during the pandemic while. I'm quite fortunate and i find myself here. In twin peaks in san francisco epicenter of what feels like is rallies. Sinner coming to grips for this for this crisis that yup fortunate to be here with the family and in some strange ways not missing not being on a plane a lot of the time. Yeah i have that exact feeling. I've i've had this conversation. I've told people that. I've only i think about playing twice during the pandemic and just going back and forth in new york and san diego but its first time was i was paralyzed because Accustomed to packing a bag every week or every two weeks and three months and i i didn't know what to do. Amazing you you do have to read train yourself a little bit as opposed to you Not just surviving but chiming in intensely physical yet flow within vitamin what. You're working faithless. And that's been interesting. I think for so many people in some fans well so along the science. What's what's the biggest lesson you've learned about yourself personally during the pandemic autographed question you know. I think they're the necessity of human contact and yet the ability of the human to walk around the inability to make human contact That sounds like a play on words. Suppose i was trying to be travel there. But behind that sentiment and the i personally swansea request more directly have always taught best when i was in a physical setting in line with the people and that somehow grow creative process collaborative communication and foster coming to a decision that made the real and i think that's probably true for a lot of people that are prescribed to the analogue model also trading. Managing right producing. And i've been shocked by how quickly because it was forced to together with my immediate team and my extended team in. What is you know. A big global company to begin with just made have embraced a variety of agile. Principles have embraced. This idea that will happen to the flow of life and not the other way around that micro communication and micra. Collaboration actually sports more communication and creativity and the learning. I think it's that change. You know this is something that i'm in a fishing been comfortable with but i think being able to adapt to this bushwick marmon has actually made me feel that a lot of things site i thought about starting temps hiring recruiting physicians. Can actually i can make those things remote environments and On the flip side. And i think it's it's really helped me understand. The value of embracing book fits to people's lives choices and Around those have been good things overall.
Collecting and Processing Metrics for Monitoring Use Cases With Chronosphere
"My co founder martin in terms of the challenges that are inherent to monitoring. I know that there are a lot of usage patterns that are unique to metrics and log data. That aren't necessarily represented in other types of data use cases. I'm wondering if you can just talk about some of the complexities that arise. Because of the ways that monitoring information is used in the patterns around that and how the advent of cloud native environments and workflows complicates things further. I think that basically when you talk about like storing data and the amount of information that you store a lot of people tend to think perhaps i-it-it's massive scale. Perhaps you're like exploring. The data collected by lighter on his self driving car. Is matt cement wall. The use cases can be lodged in individual deployments not at the scale of how much an individual computer in your laptop from mid information about it in a very high frequency nature. Your mobile phone is running hundreds of processes and sending tons of danger to the internet every second and it tends to be actually like outside of these use cases that we thinking are on the verge of light coaching lodge volumes of data for us to collect analyze while that is true suffering itself is probably the leading us case for by constructing information about how it's running and then the volume that is at is ten feet one of the highest volumes of information recording that we're seeing in the real world at least gently to learn greens Defeat level of scale and granularity. Which is kind of can be collected that and it looked at massive and started as you mentioned. How do we even hanis. That is is often difficult. There's seventy intangible things about software a you kind of have to limit your skype to know. What kind of things do i want to actually pull out of this. Infinite data that could be generated about a piece of software running on a device somewhere and yet today we extract three main kinds of data which is log like later. Sorry something that you as navigation developer rush to capture about in the bench. Your program did look later metrics which is more like a signal that could be kind of omitted from your program in a more type. Saif way i would say really gonna choose a type of metric and then you've got to choose the different specific dimensions that you want to be able to pivot on that metric. It's kind of free fall in the logs. But then by the very nature of you having to think about what that metric is to expose it can be more meaningful to you as someone when kind of like looking at metro dead dander because you already put in the thought to describe what you're measuring with metrics and then tracing is very interesting kind of compound view of both that event data. That's kinda happening through your system but then tied back to an actual individual components that performing it and then being able to visualize the events for a given kind of request or a given kind of flow of a user using your system has crosses the different component boundaries in the cloud native while we think of much of the time boundaries are bits of code executing different micra services. Oh back end services. And that's kind of where the component is thought to be captured at the granularity of an event being executed to a partner by Tracing also used obviously on a mobile device on a move all device to look at you know. I called plex pace of ios or javer sufferers. Running on your android or iphone device as well because you have many code libraries. Obviously that nicole into from your application and then obviously the operating system is doing things to tracing as kind of a way of like looking at a coal diagram across competitive boundaries and as compared to boundaries
"micra" Discussed on Lego Star Wars Podcast
"Want this podcast out. Also if you like device and merch think is in the description. Also my next podcast owner. Next podcast my amazon affiliate links will be out one way to support me. No extra cost is to use those affiliate links when you purchase a product like lego Amazon gives a percentage of money back to me. So if you could use those affiliate links win buying something. That would really help this. Podcast out at no cost to you. So if you're going to do Any black friday shopping for lego concer- using those links links will be in the description. Really quick make sure to check out gaming center. Podcast if you're into gaming this podcast informs everything gaming gaming setup best mike's best tech interviews of game so check him out also happy thanksgiving to you. All in the us and happy black friday shopping. All right let's begin. So wow said pictures were released. I've covered these pictures in an earlier episode. Just going to give him my quick thoughts starting off with the millennium falcon micra fighter. This looks like the other ones i mean. I really wish john would have been in this hof appearance with his brown jacket but instead we're getting the regular version of him. Yeah next we have the tonton and eighty eighty micro fighters if you're wanting to get a health hof version of luke out considering getting this bills are fine. But hey luke skywalker. Micra fighters inclusion definitely After that we have the manual or inset which. I've already reviewed so. I don't really talk about that. Set mea next up. We have the tie fighter which looks really interesting to me says okay. I wish that they went and picked a different selection. But this is where we're getting so no plan being annoyed calm. The tie fighters are disappointed. The tie fighters almost like a mix between the two thousand eighteen fighter typewriter fighter and the four plus one sets. It's fine many many for your selection. But yeah it's it's a good set i would say and now the swing this x wing Also is in battle. Say that many many things your selections pretty good these skywalker obviously. Rtd to same as well. But i will say that. General donna and tanta for princess lay is really nice. Love that on. The imperial titanium shuttle hasn't been released at this time according but once it is all cover that but yeah that's that's pretty much my quick thoughts on the new The new set pictures. Yeah so now onto the black friday guide but before we again if you guys may be already aware i uses puffing called anchor from podcast if you've ever had the idea and making podcast us anger. Anger is completely free to use. And let me tell you anchor so easy to use. All you have to do is record yourself than music from the library and anchor will the rest. 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Seeing as set has already been going up on the aftermarket definitely now moving onto the later half of two hundred nineteen starting off with the death star cannon for thirteen dollars on amazon and walmart. I've been about getting short cannon again. Now is the time. I i don't see the appeal to getting it except for that one but hey i mean if you if want to get it then go ahead next up is the. Ats raider from the mandalorian. Ten dollars off. I think it's been ten dollars off for a long time but hey it's on amazon. Target and walmart. It'll be there all right now with buildable iota. Twenty dollars off amazon and walmart. I don't think target and jordan commander if you wanna get that if you wanna buy that it's twenty six dollars off at a running price of one hundred seventy four dollars. I also don't see the pianist. But i mean hey if you have you in the getting it then go now. Onto the riser skywalker sets starting off with the resistance. Aiming for twenty twenty four dollars that six dollars off thirty So not too great of a deal but yeah now moving onto the pasana speeder chase or twenty three nine nine at target and amazon. Okay said i mean i. It's not the best. Speeders are looking are okay but now onto the resistance wyoming for fifty dollars fifty five with se fifty five dollars a amazon walmart and target. So if you've been thinking about that then this is a good deal now onto kylo ren shuttle for one hundred and three dollars an amazon target and walmart really good deal almost thirty dollars off and this is not too bad either. And now with a million falcon for one hundred and twenty seven dollars at dollars. Amazon and target now moving onto twenty twenty starting off with the early half of the twentieth with both the trooper and the mandalorian bala- pack being twelve dollars at amazon target and walmart. Then we move into. The duo moved far being six sixteen dollars amazon walmart and target now moving on to for twenty four dollars at amazon target and walmart once again. And while we're on luke's land speeders. Also twenty four dollars amazon target and walmart and now moving onto the summer wave starting off with the flavor. I battle first battle. Pack we'll drive you at twenty three ninety nine if you can even find in stock but yeah if you find it. It'll be twenty three ninety nine at amazon walmart and also anikin. Interceptor is twenty. Three and ninety nine at amazon won't target and walmart and the eight t will be thirty one ninety nine at amazon target more and now nights to transport ship will be at walmart. Weiner we'll be fifty six dollars amazon target walmart and now the death star do be ten dollars off ninety dollars off of one hundred ninety dollars to one hundred at walmart so yeah. That's pretty much of a good deals. I could find really this year. 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Guild Esports Banned For Cheating
"Competitive integrity. It's a perfect segue. Okay This is from Collect points dot com and the headline here was riot. Disqualifies guilty sports from valerie. I strike you. Social media follows so everyone knows guilty. Sports they paid twenty million dollars to david beckham To have any sports team. And now they have a team that has been essentially banned from valerien first-strike which is the the tournament that riot is putting on and the reason is that in a previous match. They had exploited essentially a bug in the game. So there was a bug in the game that allowed guild to to have a view that was not normally sort of possible basically By exploiting a bug so they had better vision than their opponent as a consequence of exploiting this bug and and essentially they've been banned as a consequence and social backlash. the social media backlash was. Hey you know. It's it's unfortunate. But like they used. They exploited a bug. You left in your game right if you didn't want people to exploit it. You should have fixed the bug. That's kind of the counter argument. I'm curious where all three of you fall on this from a competitive integrity standpoint. Since we know lindsey so loose on competitive integrity this should not bother you at all right now exploring you the bug big deal. Leave them in. Is that how you feel is. Is anyone familiar. With the story of civilization kelly son who ran one of the essentially kelly sign was a gambling wizard who ran achieve at Reading diamond patterns on cards. In a way that i will literally never understand in casinos and her in phil ivey ran a one hundred million dollars scam around the world scam around the world because dealers would use her cards in this game that she was able to read and dealers accepted her cards. Use them when she was able to read them win a. I don't know how that could be any all except for the dealers to agree to use her car. Did not the house car Exact thing to me just as they any doesn't mean that they should get paid for it so you think even though it's a bug and the bug that because the publisher leaves it in the game. It's okay jeff. You agree with that. I think i grew that unless you know if this was a i guess i'm not familiar enough This above everyone knew about and it was in the rules of the need aac. Don't use this bug. I don't know how many new the bug existed but guild was the only one that exploited it view that as competitive ingenuity. I mean i'm a. I'm a jets fan unfortunately but you we always lament as the patriots. They seem to every you know. Every year they have. Bill comes up with some ingenious somewhat. Corrupt immoral micra jets and you will never hear patriots man call bill. Belichick's maneuvers corrupt. But but but it's the way they've been the rules within the rules of the game but it's sort of grey areas and yet. I don't think there's anything wrong with that process at grudgingly. You know as long as you're within the rules of the game so if something wasn't right now let wall prior. I think it's a bogus to come back and say after game. Hey you broke some. We didn't actually happen place. That's weird to me. I mean william are you. Is this like unanimous agreement. Here you think this is okay. You're you're muted william. He still goes. Okay is just one hundred. And twenty-fifth show your muted william. You're my friend. Go there we go. How about that is that this is the rare times. I got to pull out my team owner card canada's okay team start at. I actually have a pro team. That competes in valerie. Went in. I strike right now. We're actually ranked above guilty sports. Shout out. I think we're top. Five number five in the rankings. Right now but And invalid rights. I know about this three earliest first of all all of the time. There are soft bands enforced by teams and players for things that you could theoretically doing the game but the competitive said. You can't do the most classic example is skins right. Publishers wanted to all these crazy cool skins but actually some of them have competitive advantage right and so usually and most competitive e sports. There's a soft list of banned skins which are like. Hey we know you could pick these skins but like don't do it because they're not okay. They don't differentiate enough from the background on this map or saying like oh the publishers left in the game so it's their fault like there's just tons of things you're not allowed to do that are left in the game right now and everybody accepts that. So that's one two is. It's very clearly an exploit in a bug right like yes. It's a view that you can technically normally achieve. But it's very clearly an expert in a bug and four competitive broadcast matches. You don't typically take advantage of exploits in bugs. For exactly this reason you recognize there is a risk versus reward profile. Which is if you are taking advantage of a bug and you know the public or like riot has a very firm anti exploit policy. You're living on the razor's edge. And i think this very simply came down to g. Two is probably the strongest team in europe. right now they're ranked number one in almost all the rankings. I think guild really felt they needed an edge and decided to roll the dice on this. And guess what if you use an exploit and it is bad and people know about it and like you rolled the dice. There you are you. Should you should get the details. So i understand the frustration because it's a great story. It's a new team. They're doing really bell they built they beat an entrenched leader in g. Two and i think as much as has fans they're more and more being known as the bad guy out of europe right but like the reality is like you know. It's the same way you got a red card and soccer if you fall down and fake fake a trip right like yes sometimes you get away with it and in the tough games maybe s take a dive and hope the rap doesn't say but if he got called the red card and you lived with that and i think that's the situation here
Dallas Fuel is Making Changes
"Have had a shakeup in one of the premier teams and when I say premier teams I mean. Fan Base Wise. A lot of lot of people have been asking and looking at this for I, would say since the beginning of overwatch leak and that's The Dallas fuel have officially I think have turned the page and already to look forward to to changing things. Just in the matter of one week, they have dropped their head coach will all go order first off, they dropped a k. to came on the team for the most part. A lot of people thought he was going to be a starter. Really. Kinda he was more of a bench player when it turned out a lot of people upset saying you're wasting his talent. Blah Blah Blah. We'll came out this week. The heaters straight up stopped practicing. He didn't want to work with the team anymore. So micra fell now the C. G. O. Chief Gaming Officer operator whatever the acronym was I forget which is basically a fancy way of saying he's the top GM. Like he is now like, yes, they have a GM of the team in Tasma Oh book. I don't get it to us now. MICRA. Is He's the puppet master of the teams now under the NBA umbrella k. including empire and things like that. He's going to have the final say. So yeah for sure like he's he's going to be the top dog when it comes to making any roster decisions across all of these sports I feel like an through him ultimately, right? Right. So you have that okay, and a lot of people are upset about it. I you know. I get the frustration behind the fuel fans I get it because you came into the Overwatch League season one with you and soul dynasty were touted to be number one like. Know it was going to be one of you. We're going to be the champions of course envy was coming in with fuel use the envy roster plus a couple additional players that were only supposed to make it better. Right. They added Siegel they added ex- qc like how on Earth could it get any worse with them? Obviously, that didn't work out. So the expectations for the fuel have always been high like even though they've been one of the worst teams in the league since it started like even going into season two because they ended season one on a high note. So season to this, is it the fuel are going to change? nope not so much and it's pretty been a rinse and repeat in season three. So. When you have a player especially one that's like kind of a billboard material player saying he's refusing to practice I would have to death wish you like your are tied at that point. Yeah. You're out like there is no and if I was an owner, right if I was GM, there's like no negotiating with that, right I'm not going to be like, Oh, you don't want to practice to K-. What if we make a starting player? Then would you play pretty please which would you practice then like? You. Asked him be cut like there's not a whole lot you're going to do to convince that type of player. He's not decay is not Alan Iverson right? Like you're not that. Good. So if you were maybe the superstar of the team and you were doing everything will then hey, maybe they'll find a way to make this work not that not practicing is okay but they'll be more willing to resolve whatever the issue is. Manure. Semi contributing at this point in your a nuisance to the team, we're bringing down morale whatever it may be ultimately. That's easy decision to make. Yeah. So there's that and everyone was super pissed about it. Saying you got the you know the players aren't the problem stop stop blaming the players and although I agree to a certain extent then all of a sudden the news drop that dropped Eyraud head coach of the team. Now to me in my opinion longtime coming long-term coming, I've even mentioned it on the show that. The, the fuel were just not creative enough in a game that demands creativity you if you are following the Meta if you're just doing the cookie cutter with the top teams are doing and you're not a top team, you're not gonna all of a sudden beat them at their own game. You have to find a way to be creative and for whatever reason. The fuel just never were they made notoriously horrible in game adjustments in between map adjustments everything like that from the get-go and that was with Jane on the team right I thought it was worse with Jane when he was the assistant coach an Arrow. Look. We've met them. We know him he's a good to there's no doubt about it that he I think the players want to play for him but that doesn't defeat the fact that they weren't playing like they just bought performing and eventually the coach has to fall on that sword and Arrow just avoided that I think a little too long. They found no consistency in any way the season's right in season wind it was a a late run to a meaningless like fourth quarter Ryan. You know when you're already down by twenty one at that point there just wasn't enough there to to redeem that kind of the season one was just a shit show in general for them right from where it was supposed to be you know even last year I it just never really you know we talked about in doing changes making changes in between maps. That's something that you always kind of harped on that they did do enough right new expect you played the fuel like this is what you were going to get. In now, to see him this year, they're sitting, you know thirteen th the towards the bottom of the standings. It was a matter of time like at some point. You gotta just get a fresh look like look Arrow did really good. Would you coaching the World Cup team but he also had the five players in the world right arguello woke up team like showing up for him To, like save his job unfortunately.
"micra" Discussed on Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show
"This stuff is not going over well. With the Oklahoma State Administration Athletic Director Mike Holders, said quote. The tweets from the former players are of grave concern. So Mike Gundy At the very least incredibly tone deaf. And Just. Staggering, but that would occur in this climate in this environment. But he's trying to work his way out of it. That's Stevie. Thanks. Mike when we come back. We'll be joined by JEFF conical Mr Wednesday. It's. It's the DVD morning show. Val Porter with. Bill Crawford Micra Suda Joe Rickey Randy on vacation this week, but joining us now live from his basement Mr. Wednesday Jeff concl-. Good.
The Future of 'The Internet of Things' with Ron Rock from Microshare
"Welcome thank you enter now before we get into this topic. It's probably with hearing your own definition of the Internet of things. Are I think it means many things to many people. How do you describe it? Wow what a heavy question to start our conversation with today. You're right Iot means a lot of things to a lot of people bowl and I've actually learned in the last six months that some middle management in large corporations advise me to not mention Iot in the C. Suite because it's got this bad reputation IOT was first coined back in nineteen ninety nine at Mit. And the idea was that we had computers running browsers and they were all talking to one in another. It was the height of the DOT com and somebody came up with this great idea that wow what if machines could actually talk to each other directly. What if our refrigerator and our car our and our appliances at home what all these things could actually be interconnected what of cars and traffic lights and ambulances were all connected so this was a big? The guy idea what happened in the subsequent two decades a lot of money was spent on Iot and frankly a lot of failed projects and so so through that the buzz came through Iot. Everything's GonNa talk to everything to suddenly. It became a bad thing to talk about in the C suite. The were a few exceptions things. Like the GE jet engine we were able to put very expensive sensors in that engine. It generates over one hundred megabytes of data a second but the ROI. I Made Sense. We're going to keep planes in the air so no matter what the expense it made sense but we never really saw Iot in its Vision of two thousand. The George Jetson error. We never saw all of that automation. Come together so I agree that. It is going to bad rep. And I'm also also not using it to him because one it's confusing and also the other thing and we might talk about this. People say aw is not my Internet camera. That's being hacked. And unless things just has a really bad connotation so I know you now talk about Maka share as a sensor as a service company that's I think a much more compelling view but what does it actually mean well and and I can do a precursor to that I'd like to say we talk about Iot under this. Concept of digital twinning digital twin has a lot of definitions out in the marketplace as well at the highest level digital twinning is. We're going to create a virtual replica of everything in our physical lives. Why are we going to do this going to do it? To drive operational efficiencies. We're going to do it to extend the quality of life. We're GONNA do it to find new business opportunities in the marketplace. I say AH extend the quality of life because data in general has gotten a bad rap lately. And so just like. You're teeing up the question hacking. Our Cameras Time magazine Kazini Tries To scare the hell out of us every week with our baby monitor has been hacked in. Its watching. Little J. T. so it's bad and it's consid- exactly all all of that so what we don't talk about and the press doesn't talk a lot about is all the good things coming out of data so cars that don't get into accidents in the first place are are happening. Because of thousands of sensors talking to one another and proactively making our automobiles safer proactively driving our health care system to look look for cures to cancer improve cardiac care. All these types of things are benefits of data but we take those for granted and we try to scare everybody with the data must be bad so I think one of the first things we we tackle at Micra share is the idea that there's a lot of really good data out there and the more data we can collect elect the more efficient. We're going to be able to make operations the more. We're going to be able to create new business opportunities new insights and let's face it. The companies beneath that run in a data centric business model are the companies that are now the most valuable in the world and legacy companies that have been around a long time are struggling and you need to make that switch or risk going away so I agree with you. Data is so powerful. But there's so much out there. Let's let's make more personal for our listeners. What sort of data can you collect? If you've got these senses give a sense of what is the data we can collect and how that might be turned into insights sure so at at microbes shared. There's so many a different industries that we could have pursued as an early stage company. We decided to focus on commercial real estate and we picked commercial real estate for a few reasons. One it's not regulated to everybody has some commercial real estate. It's ubiquitous across the planet and it's typically been underserved from financial our our technology investment perspective. So why do people care about data in commercial real estate. Well if I'm the tenant I want to know how many people are in my room in in my building increasingly. We're now working with a group of investors here in the UK. They lend the money to build the skyscraper. And so I'm going to give you a one hundred million in dollars but I'm GonNa Build into the Covenant of the bonds that I get to see the data of the occupancy in that building whenever I want to now that has real monetary autry value absolute monetary value and. Why do I do that because I want to know that my tenant is potentially going to go away nine months before they typically would tell me because I'm watching real time how that building functions so the money people interested the landlord is interested? The tenant is interested interested and the real low hanging fruit that we have found. Is that the facilities management folks. The people that cleaned that building are really interested in that data. Why typically large companies like here in London Caribbean went out of business? These were big companies quote unquote too big to fail billions of pounds running on razor thin margins on a race to zero. What does a company like really do among other things they clean your office space? How do they typically clean it? They have the minimum wage employees pushing a cart from point A. TO POINT B. to point C.. Every day on a schedule regardless of utilization. So what if I could actually clean space. That's being used and not clean space. That isn't being used fun. Little fact the number one complaint North America America and Europe in the workplace is dirty bathrooms and so suddenly I start cleaning the bathrooms that are being utilized more frequently and I stopped cleaning the bathrooms that for whatever reason time of year Time of day or no longer being used so one of our large global facilities management companies a fortune one hundred company. We were in a meeting a few months ago and they said wait a minute. Ron I think I get it. Occupancy equals dust and that is a fundamental game changer. So now you're in a razor thin margin business huge big global footprint if I can suddenly suddenly shave a few points off of my cost whilst at the same time improving the level of service. That's a huge win. For these companies comes is back to a wellness thing. So we. He'd millennials warner come to work and being spied and and make their their passion but if they're working in a facility that I like ords duty then they're not gonna be happy and I know that if I go to a bathroom facility. There's a teddy piece of paper that someone signs of being there but you wrote that's program. Every hour ago they with it needs cleaning. Knock so just to break down the sense of basically says this spice this bathroom. This coffee area is arisen being used so that data goes back to someone who can take action on. WanNa that's right and typically those sensors in that data create insights. Those insights are integrated in with your dynamics three sixty five accounting system or your pegase systems business process management bpm system or sap and these insights then drive action so for example being in a bathroom and having push-button there that allows a consumer to say. Hey this bathroom needs to be cleaned. I now have a date time stamp of when they push I that button. It needs to be cleaned when the cleaning person shows up. They have a small magnet on their keychain. They tap the bottom of that sensor and I now have a date time stamp is to win. The response showed up as we look at some of these big global facilities management contracts. The margins are so thin that they've have begun crafting service level agreements. SLA's and so now the facilities management company can actually get an increase in revenue. If they meet certain service Chris Level Agreements. We now provide the data that shows real time feedback from the people using the building and the facilities management companies real time response as to how they are servicing the facilities that. They're engaged
"micra" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"The John will after the government is at twenty three billion dollar project to be out of fight Riyadh. Let's get a little bit more on the beatification story. The ramifications Jacko are equities reporters so big spent time. Yeah. Nadar lot of. Yes, men is a let's see big expectation because what we see many times with this Saudi cement stocks every time that there's a big announcement regarding project or a major investment is expected to happen. In different parts of the kingdom, the cement stocks react. We have several of them treating in Riyadh, and they are basically located in many different parts of the country. Emma is actually in Riyadh. It's based in Riyadh in its prediction is mostly so in the city. So what we have people telling us in the market right now is that it's just a bad that this investments will come through that they will be channelled into the local companies, and that of course, will be selling more summit great expectations on that said great expectations in the Kuwaiti market. The biggest week he jumped since July. So the market seems to be gearing up. My next guest is quite bullish on Kuwait's. Stay tuned for that. But you've got to run of rallies in Kuwait. Here's well, we're expecting the Kuwaiti me index menace to deliver the best performances July of last year. If trading continues the trend that we've seen in the past few days. This would happen this Thursday what we hear from analysts in from strategist that are following the Kuwaiti market closely. Right now is that there are several events that could actually support even more games for the market combined with a very positive macro scenario. So they do see Micra stability there is expectations of earnings growth. And of course, Kuwait is going to be the biggest member of the MSA from tier index once Argentina becomes an emerging market. And there's also expectation that Kuwait itself will be declared emerging market with inclusion expected for next year. So it's just a combination. Sorry combination of different pieces that actually just give investors get chance to Tibet. What's going to stand.
"micra" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Do you think they are? Are over a hundred gang members from El Salvador, not just MS thirteen. There's other ones like the eighteenth street gang. And then get this. This is this is a story that I happen to see. Government announced this in southern Mexico. A man was arrested. He was part of the new Micra caravan headed up this way. This man was arrested. It turns out he is a dangerous Salvadorian gang enforcer news trying to just blend in with the rest of the migrants just trying to get a better life. Chapas poss- Japanese Chiapas state. Authorities arrested a man identified only as nineteen year old alma car, Orlando N, aka L, junior or hell boy from El Salvador is various warrants for murder kidnapping, extortion and drug charges. They said he's a member of the eighteenth street gang ten into various other allegations. The arrest took place in top Chula Japan's near the border with Guatemala. He tried to enter as part of the migrant caravan state authorities there worked with the El Salvador gang unit and other agencies to identify him confirm his fugitive status, so they Mexico arrested him and they a atom ready for deportation. It's just days after the arrest of one of the organizers of the new migrant caravan was arrested for rape charges Twenty-six-year-old Honduran arrested by Honduras. Police Juan Carlos Molina rested at a bus station as he was preparing for the journey to go to America..
Max Hastings reflects on the Vietnam War
"With Maxine Evatt, his new book, Vietnam, he's the author of other groundbreaking books, including all hell, let loose catastrophe and the secret war quick Thanh out here and look at some of these grouping stories, you tell max the North Vietnamese civilian diet of stewed rat, the US captain who read the the US, captain who reads Conrad and haughty during of action patrols the experienced US soldiers who rarely wore underpants because of the humidity treasure trove of these anecdotes might what are you? You're very kind to say so, but I suddenly realized when I started out writing books about wars. I thought I was writing books about soldiers about which division went which way. But in the Colson Micra, I'm not only I but a whole generation of historians. I think we've all realized the. Woman doing as much social history as as military history whenever I'm going through my manuscripts. I cut out as many as I count the divisional names and numbers and all the rest of it, and the and I concentrate on the human stories because that's what people are most fascinated by. And I must fascinated by them. And I still I'm getting older maybe seventy and I thought when I started out on this book called I'm getting bit L to be traveling around the world doing these interviews creeping around the middle of night, South Carolina, staying Moto. But actually the stories these people tell I mean, I live in England in a middle class bubble when you find yourself with an infantryman amount. I liked you normally American who came from coal mining community and Appalachia and he was talking about his childhood. And he said where I grew up in the tomor. I grew up he said every Saturday night was the same. He said all the men got drunk and beat up their wives and said that included my mother, and this is a well outside my. Mine my experience thank God. But I'm absolutely fascinated. Whether one's doing the Chinese or Russians these stories that won't really fast. Well, he's an Australian story for you. You talk about the volunteer of the antiwar passions that rose in a crescendo in this country, Australia, and you say after one infantry man was killed protests. Telephoned he's parents and said he got what he deserved. It's George opping stuff max. Yeah. It's it's incredible. To remember. Now, just how bitter things got. I'm always being told. I think the nuances things that Australia. I think things were very bad in Sydney, Melbourne. The antiwar fever was, but I think in small communities the country as in the United States that things never got that nasty, but they on believably nasty. I mean there was another episode, but I came across one of the Australian Royal Australian regiment battalion records the battalion marching through the streets of I think it was Melvin and a protest dope dissolve in red paint. And then went through a cellphone the on the Connell leading the. Raid and just get as much red paint every machine cut and then overly soldiers, and these guys who'd come back from on they nationally as professional soldiers. I've said in the book, Australia and New Zealand does showed themselves. I think probably the finest western infantryman invent, and I will Bush rather than helmets by the way on the unday. Well, actually, if the Americans been smart later on the same in, but be may the fact is professional soldiers. They done what they were sent to do. And they don't very well. And it was extraordinarily that the antiwar movement in Australia as in America. I'm in America. You have people spitting on the streets on on soldiers. American navy captain was telling me that when he was Johnson back from Vietnam to Washington. He never went through the streets of Washington is uniform because he was lobby to be insulted things. Got that bad in the late sixty day. Okay. Well, we started this segment with. Quite from US, captain wolves Buna saying how confident he was that the US intervention in Vietnam, you know, represented a great, moral and strategic cools. Let's conclude with the last two sentences in your book max which happens to be another quote from captain wolf Bouma. Quite a bothers me that we didn't learn a lot from Vietnam. If we had we would not have invaded Iraq, Max Hastings. We'll Walt said I got him to read the manuscript in my book. I was John get some veterans to go through stuff to see when he saw that. He said, I've got he said that's going to get me into a lot of trouble saying that with my neo-con friends because he lives in very Republican circles these days, and then because he's a very good and honorable man. He said, no, he said, I'm I said that I believe that. So let it stand. And that's why I respect him and others like. Him. What one almost never lose sight of the fact that the west amount standing Americans and Australians in Vietnam alongside. Yeah. Some people who screwed up on some people didn't do so good and certainly won't boom sold professional whom admire enormously because he always did strive to learn the lessons the most important lesson. He said to me he said the lesson. I came back from Vietnam was tell the truth well on that. Now, George will the prominent Washington Post columnist. He says this about your book sometimes contrary to Mark's history repeats itself, I is tragedy then not as fast, but his tragedy again. Max, it's been a pleasure. Having on the program. Thank you, so much pleasure to talk to you all of our best. That's Max Hastings, easy, author of Vietnam and epic tragedy. Nineteen forty five to seventy five as from hopper colons.
"micra" Discussed on Do By Friday
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"micra" Discussed on Kotaku Splitscreen
"It holds up. So actually I should say that this is going to be on the shorter side because last week we talked for nearly two hours about Micra transactions. And then next week as you'll see, we'll get into this little bit later. A lot of the stuff that we're going to that is like in the news today will be a lot more. It'll be easier for us to talk about next week for a variety of reasons. So this. And as I say this, I know that like we're gonna turn this into an hour and a half, but I but I. Yeah, it's like you've recorded. One of these podcasts says before something Chason where I don't know where you would get that. I have no idea, no, no earthly idea or I would get that from. So before we get into it and talk about some of the games that we have been playing, I just wanted to say. So this is a little bit of a podcast mini scoop exclusive everybody. So I have been as many people know working on a new book of, I'll have to blood pixels. And actually I've been, it's been going through some big changes recently, and I recently decided that the original idea I had wasn't really working and so I may be doing a total reboot hard pivot, hard reboot, and there isn't went to bring that up is because I think that it's just interesting to aid just point out to anyone else out there who's creative and struggling with something and like feeling like, oh man, this idea is and working that take some comfort in the fact that this happens to everybody like. No matter how many other successful things you do in the past. There's always going to be these like YouTube creative struggles and hurdles. And yeah, I just thought that people would be interested to know that I am basically bungee circa two thousand thirteen and just rebooting. Tell review just throwing everything out and starting over. So. Yeah. So if you're wondering why you haven't heard much about book to in the past year or so, that's the main reason. So I'll talk about it more when there's more to talk about. I hope that it turns out to be dark dark reboot, and we get a nice gritty sort of version of what it was going to be and be actually, that's that might be a one way of describing this. Yes, yes, we as we, as we know from the video game industry tends to work very well. So the video game industry is a gritty reboot of the film industry. That's good. I don't know if that holds up. It sounds really good about that. But that might be keeper that one might be. Yeah, yeah. This'll that'll be split screen soundbite. That'll be part of our new advertisement campaign. All right. So let's talk about some games we're playing. I just have one main game and it's the same one. We talked about last week assassin's creed odyssey. I actually spend this this past weekend. My wife was out of town. Again. I lucked out the past few weekends. I was able to just sit in marathon this game. So this past week, and I also just marathon for for many hours and I actually finished the main family story. I don't think that qualifies as finishing the game because there's still some unresolved stuff obviously. And you get these odyssey quests and there are three different quest lines, and I think you don't really finish the game until you get all three. So like I haven't seen credits or anything of seaquest lens is kill every cultist which is yeah, endeavor that I would imagine. Yeah, takes quite a bit longer to finish. Just track down your your mom and dad. Yeah, although that one's pretty long, my current and you wind up killing a lot of cultists on the way, and I have stuff too..
"micra" Discussed on WGN Radio
"To do. Relationship. China you mentioned earlier than five five or six comedies in films. But people now consider you commit a comedic actor because of your work with will Ferrell and Adam McKay movies. Talladega nights and stepbrothers. Another one the Sherlock Holmes movie coming out soon turned about their relationship because that really has has brought the comedy out of you to the point where people will discard or disregard some of the other work that you've done because they just considered to be one of the funniest actors on the planet. Well, I really appreciate the fact that the audience is has my whole career have allowed me to do all kinds of different stuff. Micra has any brew line? It's it's always something different. You don't have a lot of variety of people and the directors that I worked with. But I'm really proud of the fact that people recognize my work with will Ferrell because he's one of my best friends that some of the best work. I think I've ever done and those beloved, you know, there's a special thing that happens when you make people laugh. Don't forget it, you know. And I can't tell you how many people have come up to me people in the in the service or army or whatever moving through airports. They came up to me and tell me like how much you know, that laughter meant to them. And it's very humbling. You realize like, wow, that's a really that's a really special thing that I get to do and many people. People in rough times in their lives. Turns of those movies in. Some relief people's lives. I don't know. That's pretty cool. It.
Inside Motor Sport
"You knew the risks when you decided to drive drunk. There could be a crash people could get hurt or killed, but that didn't stop. You did it. You knew you could get arrested, you can incur huge legal expenses and you could possibly even lose your job. You were well aware of the consequences of driving drunk, but one thing's for sure you were wrong. When you said it was no big deal drive, sober, forget pulled over. This message brought to you by nitsa. Thing, and we're in the business of gone five. So the teams and the push it to the absolute limits and sometimes Ivor and that that's what happens. Just just merged into the into the family. If between the whole, I'll even Barrett for that right to greet dot, intense mania. Some like that. That just is an acceptable from the race trips across the strategy at he is inside supercars. Welcome to inside civic is it's tiny, went lockers fondly back behind the microphone, Craig. It's great to be back. I didn't make engage Thailand band, but you had a good time today in Dadar did, and it's a portion of heavy back in the driver's seat once again on such because I watched from the distance. As you may or may not be aware. I don't get folks hillsdale's any watching the edited all lights. It was a Donut performance by triple eight of both days. Qualifying one two's both days races, the Qasr certainly had massive speed and they did they usual thing which something that have been doing for some years. And of course, now back on top of the championship with Shane grabbing that lay there with a second Bryce on Sunday, and one thing of coming up in the weeks ahead spoken at length with mocked up in the belt, the satisfaction of going to a new trek like that and having that sort of success that certainly if it's not next week, it'll definitely be the week after on the show just before we go into what he's on the show this week. Interesting to see that the Team Penske were floundering, almost certainly in was no way Scotty was doing his best. But really not making much of an inroad into things. It was the worst and first of all, rhodium since humble, she in two thousand sixteen. So that's a long time for them to of now former met distance. The other very obvious thing was the Spade. The Bayrak has now, obviously, to degree that's echoing the Zayd, be performance of the triple eight guys. Great to see Brad and came with a pair of drivers in an of course, running four cars in the main game this weekend, but to save Nick and Tim in the top five, that was a fantastic result. It wasn't a Tim slide mentioned early in the wakened that the Bayrak has do like that super smooth, low deg taught of rice trek, which is exactly what we head tail and bend. So I guess he was extremely disappointed on Saturday when the result didn't come his, why that he was expecting after good pay some Friday. And then as you said, bench. Back with both. He and Nick perk head on Sunday, but obviously they have got a great setup. And if you think back to when the series went overseas and they're on the tinkle circuits by always did seem to be able to rise an extra, an extra step in those of instance, well. Oh. Until he tracks that would be three years. And of course, I also also very well album pack that same type of very fast corners, service mood surface. And as you say, low degradation of the ties, you had ninety weekend because the the nice car people were down. That's Steve o. Donnell Jose executive president and chief racing development officer and also Joan was there who's also involved in? So you spoke to both of those gentlemen to stay Donald respect, civil Donal on the record. We said Hello to. To miss the pros. But we Tom Howard it on Tom, how'd from speak Hefei dot com. Headed an opportunity to speak with Steve Donal about why they were there and about motorized boating. And also we, we talked a little bit about the supercar series and its relationship with NASCAR similarities that
"micra" Discussed on O'Reilly Data Show
"We need to keep things secure but let's not sacrifice the portfolio of things that you wanna make sure that you do for your client so the first thing is just making sure that that portfolio that we've been talking about is that overly balanced our it isn't destroyed really by just locking things down now the next thing the companies tend to do is the ones that are able to get past the initial fear and start to make progress we really take a playbook out of microscopes now it's gonna weird because microsoft's is really all about well the presentations that i've heard it's really been about our textural concerns but one of the tenants of micra says is to focus you know to focus on the minimum viable domain or satirises focus alway down to a small service it's going to be meaningful if you can do that in an enterprise been this whole notion scary vague notion of privacy and security all of a sudden starts to become tenable right all of a sudden it starts to become viable for us to put in place privacy and security concerns that's going to help us given the small scope that we're focusing on so that's the next step is getting clients actually starting focus on you know the particular services that we wanna put out and keep that scopus smallest possible so there's also fairness and bias and the in adelaide ix and machine learning so we hear about examples of algorithms being trained in training day the that's maybe not representative of the larger population that they're going to be unleashed on.
"micra" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"I kinda like now you know i was joe girardi guy i didn't think girardi deserve to be given his walking papers yankees didn't even offer him a contract they wanted to go another direction number type of manager will find out if aaron boone's type of managing works going forward but i'm not going to say oh my god that yankees make a mistake after eight games are you crazy i know there are high expectations put a bombers here and i i hold darren boone's feet to the fire in that he needs to get to the world series this year girardi the seven came in the al cs last year so aaron boone was hired to surpass what girardi accomplished or girardi was what you're already dead world series they play the world series in october i'm not gonna kill aaron booth in a broker they got out to a more informed start micra merrick's up on the fan i mike jody it's been a while thank you for taking my call you got with tiny monday night oh man and talk about 'cause element and i think these guys are still invaluable to us they are really going to be an asset to us the i just love gazelle stinker i love those sweeping curveball at ten six and say stay healthy i think that really gonna help us even a spot start here and there those two guys i i don't think many teams have them on their team and those two along with the bullpen i think that's going to be one of our strengths martin both bolted a mental dynamite so far the mets lugo to get a start or two before vargas comes back they're hoping that that's the case even though they've got days off there's a cancer lugo if there's a reynard or something could get skipped again just continue to be used in the bullpen where he's been dynamite so far how do you think he's gonna hold up with that.
"micra" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast
"Think i feel like everything is black and white get rid of identity politics it's all their fault and i am as a minority woman i i am very tribal person i derive a lot of my own strengthen identity from who i am i've been frustrated all my life you know people speaking for me telling me what's good for me so i get it and even like intersection ality what happens is these terms get weapon okay so these these terms get these it's very academic and it gets weaponize the the right now just makes fun of it but as was so many of these things the original driving force was a good one an intersection out is the idea that you we have more than one group so that a latino woman's experience is very different from an asian women's experience is very different from and then there i saw a day asian woman's experience is very different from a straight asian and this can this can multiply there are own but i am not just want to make fun of it this is the thing i think it's easy to just this is part of the problem so i have a gay asian student who adopted from north carolina who said is such it is so important for me to actually be with the people who understand me so i get where it's coming from micra cheek yes i'm pretty hard on both sides it's the point.
"micra" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
"Knew that one day we would get to hear it and it looks like that one day is coming soon i'm orosa going back to doing apparently what she knows how to do best and that is reality tv the former trump white house staffer and starova apprentice is joining the cast of cbs's celebrity big brother she is something else she's going to be in the house with shannon elizabeth mark mcgrath quichen i polio him and a handful of others and yes she'll probably be the villain from day one army make us at she'll be the one that everybody in the house is want out they explain to me what you did or do that makes you a celebrity while you have a very strong personality like she does and people love to watch that type like producers love casting people at home orosa true and people love to watch a dumpster fire addresses um yeah i mean really so is that jelly you're not going to be the airing us celebrity ebbing probably what are you trying to tell us that you're not gonna lie on elizabeth an i like i like micra av you know but but all room still i mean you know what's next for her is like an 2021 when you wear whenever president trump or his son start celebrity apprentice up again you know she's going to go back to that shelf any way you go for more you can connect with wash it from dot.
"micra" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries
"Both the year was approved in two thousand sixteen and generic versions of to no fear dice oh proximal are expected later in two thousand eighteen yet most of the discussion about the availability of generic hiv drugs focuses on low and middle income countries in the united states numerous legal clinical and market factors create barriers to the adoption of generics as well as uncertainty about cost savings our images in clinical medicine features a 35yearold man who presented to the gastroenterology clinic for treatment of chronic hepatitis c virus infection he had a type of sickle cell disease hemoglobin s beta fallacy mya with recurrent episodic abdominal pain that had been present since childhood a complete blood count showed micra civic anemia the total billy rubin level was eight point five milligrams per deciliter and the indirect billy rubin level was six point two milligrams per deciliter a peripheral blood smeared showed micro citic and hypo chronic red cells target cells nucleated red cells and sickle cells and abdominal xray which was obtained during a previous presentation for abdominal pain showed a radio opaque gallstone and accounts defied spleen a ct scan of the abdomen showed multiple gallstones and decalcified splenetic pulp and capsule a ct scan of the abdomen showed multiple gallstones and decalcified splenetic pulp and capsule pigment gallstones may occur as a result of he mollis billy rubin stones which are normally radio loosened can be radio opec when billy rubin binds with calcium this patient completed treatment for chronic eight.
"micra" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show
"I think that it's so my favorite example is actually any lawn musk example so i don't know if it so that you may have heard this but i thought you can say like some of you may have heard of him oughta fair to assume that yeah yeah so so he talks about spacex and most people think spacex is like a better nasa but that's not true so you think about a rocket what point three percent of the cost of the rocket fuel and the rest of it is what gets burned up in space with doesn't come back so he lawn says okay if you could ever reusable rocket you could have you could maintain ninety nine point seven percent of the value of the rocket by bringing it back to earth and if you could do that you could have a two orders of magnitude improvement of the economics of space travel that's first principles thinking or whenever says if ten million people right micra blogs that's 10 times more the burden of proof is on people are negative and so like i don't have to see the business plan to say that's an insight i can get behind right conversely all see plenty of business plans look incredibly straightforward and i eliminate them immediately because they're just not an exponential enough and they're not first principles enough in my whole business isn't about how how often i lose it's the magnitude of the rightness when i win at so like i when i win i have to win super frequent big this is a such an important point and because it applies to light from not just what depents like if you're p e guy you don't why evidently you don't want more than private equity want have more than like a fifteen percent loss ratio sure so you're you're you want to take out risk and you want but i'm not a risktaker outer i'm a luck multiplier right like i'm not asking what can go wrong because i'm investing when it's worth zero rent i'm asking what could go spectacularly right is a rare event and i only have to be right a fair number of times as long as the idea has the exponential awesome.
"micra" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
"Near like exclusive to amazon aren't pretty much yeah i'm real and there but then again it's like if i had to get something somewhere else i will up it's a better deal you know i thought oh best buy africa best buy allott yeah because of their known she's financing and also because i worked over six years so i gotta you just you just be like you know and you know eric's yeah exactly yeah reward points get a lot of those yeah twenty bucks possible once in a while ago shit with that's where part i guess i guided i've i've fivedollar award the house they're headed that expired i'm like i'm not gonna use box were my yet soda yeah monster at sea cells the amazon question separate than the pre ordering you can keep him the say okay i actually core topic uram chore com this is a followup statement more than anything to the forza micra transaction nonsense the came out a couple days ago the storm storm comes from sue rush subaru's turn hey of gave daily group i've a bit of a lengthy four to seven update diffuse of buckling anywhere as i was just catching up on this week's episodes after hearing you guys talked about ford's after one person wrote in about the vip pass i thought i would send an update your way since you wanted to know how forza fans feel the vip hullabaloo about guinea double cashing game for only twenty five races as opposed to every race forever as it was in the past was horrible for the community since there was no precedent of changing the vip perks in past for two games more significantly the change was not communicated to the community before the launch of the game or even in the xbox store description at the time of the game lodge the store description has now been changed and correct well on october third alan hartmann turned ten studio had posted a letter to the forza community regarding a vip pass found here if you want reference it you can go and vote for its about sport dot net to find it.
"micra" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"The ever a pipe so the airport line is the set of services that is receiving in ingesting crash reports from ngos replica actions and then we have the dashboard and ate the eye in the dutch would api is how our developers who have bugs negga counts consume not data that we've we've process and to give you an idea of scale i think we're processing a dozen an exact number now but it's in the in the billions of crash reports per day so specially jill without you have all these consumer mobile applications inclines on applications wet the order of magnitude of crash proposes a lot higher we have to do with these billions of crush ripples by day and you're right narrow spikes just use the nature software if one of our major clients releases a new version of their application as a major bug in it we have to be a ready and able to receive all of those reports without harming the the rested assist so fundamentally what we have is at the front door bunks night on notify in point is what we call it we have a go like her service and this is like hundred and fifty lines of code is simple is tiny is robust and the idea behind mrs the enough runs in a load balanced environment old cougar cloud everything in books like runs on gugel cloud these days and so what we call the events of versus go service micra service that receives crush ripples and then places them onto a cute and we use rabbit mk you for all queueing system and once crush ripples land on a cue they all then pulled off the queue by what we call our event what cassava sarvant what a service originally was a monolithic no don't j s application and over the last couple of years we've been slowly pulling out pieces of got into java microsoft sr the noted potest getting a lot smaller thank goodness this kind of pipeline of the event worker an error processing pipeline.
"micra" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"And that that would really kind of my rockbottom premier exercise would always micra guy who opted and appealed after five of my children and play with him but when i could no longer do that without pain that when had to change the the china connection it actually a fascinating one i have as part of my faith fight volunteer service work and learn the language and then continued with it actually chinese major before i went on a medical goal edson charleston and africa and i kept it up over the years than frequently invited to give lectures in china one of your caucasian dr that can give a heart hawkin mandarin chinese and if i were going pretty struggled than and parking with holly everyone kept going me to the village in china which i call the longevity jan and finally with my wife that we've gotta go we gotta go see what's going on there and fell back what really launched me on the fiveyear journey of perching for answer for my pal right however pay her heart patient struggling with the same thing that i was struggling with an eu brawd on one of these trips i think it was your first trip my reading the book you brought one of your children along with you and this was not an easy journey for the three of you because it's a remote mountain village not easy to get to and certainly the intense his his of what life is like in salt lake city sioux how long initially did you spend in this little remote area herta athletes at part of it by your journey on her her we took our older our oldest child and them on a quick trip there were a number of though um we would go for several weeks at a time i have my research crew i refer came there with me we pick our whole family all three children three mark children um and it was a great experience for them if they get them out interacting with the people working in fields seal a different world me completely different world and it would and it was really transformative damn that well art of their development and in that they really do whatever privileged fly here of course and you after spending some time here not only did you discover as seven principles you call it which if you're willing to go on this journey can create longevity and.
"micra" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Food vaccines we reformulated it into a micra needle patch and in fact one of the other groups in the clinical trial was this the the conventional injected flu acting now we always worry about transporting the drugs you know they they go through them the male and they gave the heat destroys them is there a problem this let's say if you wanted to male this out to your patience because witted survived the delivery well that's another thing that we considered in the design of the patch was to make it as stabilised possible so we have show that the patch is stable without refrigeration we've gone out to one year now at forty degrees celsius and the vaccine is is still fully potent so as a result you don't need an ice pack for example you could just put your passion a small padded envelope hunts and so this is a who you're describing a face one trials you have looked at how effective it is but a you must have some initial findings sure this study was the of your your indicating feddie with designed primarily to look at safety as a first time in humans but we did measure the immune response in uh after giving the vaccine in the the various different methods and what we found is that the accent asian with the micronesia patch it was just as good as vaccination by the conventional injection by a few different measures of the immune response and you've already created the company working to commercialise this there if a company called micron biomedical wicket licensing the technology from george attack and is in the process of working not only to commercialise the.