20 Burst results for "Mikko"
Fresh update on "mikko" discussed on Poke the Bear
"At where Elliott Friedman talked about, you know how tall and be linked to the Bruins it all comes to the back to the fact that stall was surprised. He got traded in the first place to Buffalo because they mentioned that I think he's building like his retirement home in Minnesota. Like he wasn't expecting to get moved especially unfortunately to a team like Buffalo which even with you know, having him to the mix that seems Still Still Still in some trouble. But you look at the Bruins right way even it was maybe for this this season. They're looking at Eric Staal cuz you know, you get coil last year if you took the tires on stalling in this year, he'd be the perfect fit as being a guy who is actually a center but contemplate right-wing you put in next David. Krejci all sudden you're rolling again, right? So tough it for the Bruins and I guess a lot of other contenders who seem like they really value to Galaxy Sol home. Obviously production wise is great but also as a veteran bigger body, especially a guy who's a proven winner right one with the with Carolina before, you know, it's a tough head for the Bruins in terms of getting one those guys who very well could have put you over the top like he's not a you know, a mock stone or a or one of these other guys who when he would get a trade like that you'll go. All right, they go off all in but stalls are very good pick up and you know, it's unfortunate the Bruins weren't able to get a go at Kim's you would have I think definitely made a difference and also it looked like didn't really wouldn't taken a lot to get him off. And and that's that's saying something. I don't think it's kind of funny swing it was probably like, oh we're going to fleece the wild again. Yeah, we'll set we'll send you a Jacobson moral will send you you know, how long will send you exact seneschal send you two first-round picks for Eric Staal why I was like, oh my God. Yes. I mean you'd think that they'd learn after the disastrous wrong with Paul Fenton, but I think Thursday Someone to eat out that or Bill Guerin like saw that saw this trade offer from Buffalo and it was in like the the DMS of like the old Minnesota Wilds Twitter account from pulse and he just sent off anyway, so cuz I mean that trade still looks pretty bad in terms of return my experience a good player but as Minnesota who's you know Banning in terms of established centers wants him to be there since then you're going to run into some problems and they're moving on from Mikko Koivu I read today. So you also have that you're going to Nick bjugstad where they just Acquired and then I may be forgetting what I mean. It's the wild they're pretty forgettable. And it's sad by the way that they're forgettable. Minnesota is a huge incentive or hockey state in the country. Yeah, and the wild in my lifetime lifetime to the only time they were ever really relevant was when they signed Ryan Suter and Zach Parise and the same offseason and that sort of just went.
Avs ride 5-goal 1st period to 6-3 win over Stars in Game 5
"Yeah, the Avalanche trying to follow the Nuggets lead, so to speak and climb out of a 31 hole in their second round series with stars, they showed they might be able to do it with last night's thrilling 63 win. Colorado scored five goals in the first period, four of which came in just two minutes and 36 seconds. But the story the night may have actually been between the pipe for the ABS, where the team's third goalie Michael Hutchinson, made his first career playoff start, 30 year old Journeymen said it was a dream come true. That's what you work for. You know when your kid dies in dream of playing the back areas playing the Stanley Cup playoffs, so like for myself, I was excited and I was looking forward to the opportunity to get a chance to play under Bukovsky score two goals in the game, including the one in the first he was joined In that scoring barrage by Nathan MacKinnon, Mikko Rantanen, Zim Qadri and Pierre Edouard Belmar Puck drop in tomorrow's Game six and badminton set for six o'clock. Those aforementioned
"mikko" Discussed on Cyber Security Interviews
"Ya. Again trying to walk people through that they definitely get a little concerned, but also finding people kind of have this almost. Expectation. Let's say a little bit that. Now that okay. She knows something like a not pay hit. A massive amount of individuals that there could be some kind of retaliation, and this gets in Saudi of and when we talk about cyber what you're, what would somebody do what what why people think that? Maybe the government's going to do some type of retaliation whether it be Connecticut or cyber. Go how? How much should people be? Concerned that either the government's not protecting them from either criminal actors or states actors. And you know if something does happen, should there be response. It all comes down to how reliant we are becoming to the Internet. It's fascinating, think about. How how the Internet grid is similar to the revolution that happened with electrcity grit like electricity really became commonplace in the end of the eighteen hundreds. He in my home city. We got the first `electricity create in Eighteen, seventy, seven to replace the gas lit street lights with Christie Street light so that's one hundred and fifty years ago. Hundred fifty years is a long time, but it's not that long a time. And if you just imagine how much the electricity grids changed our our world, and change our societies, and changed our lives, and changed all the services we on how much baseness on how much connectivity were generated by an Trinity? That's excellent, but pretty obviously at the very same time became us as humans very very reliant on electricite degrade being their electricity grid, always working. For. Example I live on an island, little bit distant plays. We sometimes get power cuts and. Sometimes, those can be extended like you know you get a day or two without electricity. And that's really sobering, because when you realize that you know all the connectivity breaks down, and and how you know, the bay stations run out of batteries, which means obviously your mobile phone works for a little while of and power is caught because it turns them batteries at the base station run some batteries as well, and they will work for more than an hour or two..
"mikko" Discussed on Cyber Security Interviews
"Do you see that as possibly being a potential risk where a lot of companies are quickly topping technology that they might not have had a chance to vet before allowing the workforce or touching it to their network. Yeah, there are definitely no. Potential, major problems there as well when you have to realize that your employees will take initiative themselves, and they will use the tools. They will find on the Internet just to get things done. I mean when you look at the explosive growth of zoom. Basically was the tool that just worked, so employees went to the tool that just worked and in many organizations, these was never approved door. Never really up. Given guidance on an an an this is the new. Is the way organizations work, it is organic and It departments have to Co. they have to realize that the the the best product from usability point of view will work. We saw a very similar revolution ten years ago with bring your own device before I. Phone was commonplace in corporate. Workplace, employees started using them private end, and just brought the iphone tonight at the workplace whether the corporate it department liked it or not, and this is now happening with these remote working tools as well. I'm. kind of going back I. Mean You certainly seen again? A lot of technology kind of coming in and out of? Existence and they certainly all bring their own productivity gains, but security threats me. A little bit about your history and need be doing what we now call cyber security or information security for some time even before we even call it that. that's right. Yeah I've I've? Going to be twenty nine years working for f secure in June so It's been a long run in a very quickly moving industry. The whole industry cybersecurity industry didn't really exist at all when I when I started working. When I look back at how the industry grew where we are today, there's very few of the original players left i. mean if secure has been around since one thousand, nine, hundred eighty eight and that's a very long run for a company. The only of the existing brands that are are still globally known which are older than US would be McAfee. They started a year before secure. You even have secure has changed the brand. We used to be called data fellows. We started, but which renamed the company in the end of nineteen nineties. Now. epicure has always been in the. Public Company now, what is, but we've never been owned by anyone else. Of course. McAfee has gone through major different owners through the years. We are one of the original gangsters. If you will and being working in this industry for so many years from now many decatur has given me. I Dunno interesting perspective into how a small cottage industry changed into a multibillion dollar global animals how the small startup obvious employee number six when I joined as changed to a sizable company. We have seventeen hundred employees around the world now. He, it's definitely been been a pretty interesting growth, but you've also seen a lot of things change, but you know one of the things. I've always find interesting about information security. What we do is there are some constants you? What? What are some of the things that you seem? Still be an issue that. You saw twenty thirty years ago that we're still struggling with today. There's many many things which we think. We've solved and GonNa read off, and then they come back to bite us again. It surprising. This plenty of examples I think one of the reasons. I've been pondering appalled about is is how? We used to have a world where everything was connected all the computers online on the Internet, and there were no firewalls and older ports to all the service running. We're open and accessible. Like twenty years ago, you'll.
"mikko" Discussed on Cyber Security Interviews
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Rantanen, Grubauer lead Avalanche to 3-0 win over Senators
"Phil approve our turned aside thirty four shots as Colorado won its fifth in a row blanking on away three nothing I think the last couple games him before the break I think we did a really good job keeping you know to get a lot of shots the quality of chances we keep down so that's what we need moving forward and it's a game to build on again and get better and get better and bill consistency here the game winner came from Mikko Rantanen with forty one seconds left in the first period Renton and gain the pocket the senators blueline walked in and said the back and top shelf past Marcus hog bird the ads gain separation with a pair of third period goals as for punch list Ottawa in its last six games it is scored nine goals Bruce Morton Denver
"mikko" Discussed on RobinLynne
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"mikko" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"The worst tippers this job mikko completion of a suspended game precedes a makeup game that's the yanks are nationals tonight washington best in colorado an update on world cup soccer on the way i'm rob walsh ten entrepreneurs putting their best foot forward on the bottom line for small business on wall street the dow closed down one hundred and three points wins news time five forty one time for expanded traffic and transit on the one sponsored by nissan intelligent mobility here is greg rice let's go to brooklyn pick him on the jam cam in the last couple of seconds we've got trouble on the outbound go one is coming down to thirty nine hundred looks like some sort of a wreck in the central lane overall you've got brake lights from broadway in queens all the way to the outbound go want us coming down towards thirty nine three what a mess in queens northbound van wyk getting up to northern boulevard you've got only the shoulder getting by all the lanes are blocked because of a wreck to stand over mccue gardens along the northbound van wyk riding up towards northern boulevard the nissan intelligent mobility alternate route that's going to be the clearview take that to the frogs nick you'll get into the bronx in real good shape here's what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels inbound side of the georgia good ride to the upper lower there's no good route out not with the west side highway getting worse again lincoln tunnel we're looking at thirty to forty either way holland's better about fifteen to twenty an outside gonna cost you at least another fifteen minutes or so whitestone bridge queensbound has gotten a little better so is the throngs bronx rfk you are slow getting across the span the ride in the bronx ban on the bronx river parkway either way to east gun hill road hutch does it better northbound degan very slow and route to van cortlandt park south i'm greg rice our next report at five fifty one on ten ten wins nissan intelligent mobility is tech this changing the way you drive forever but no matter how much technology we put in our cars will always keep you in the driver's seat learn more about nissan intelligent mobility at nissan usa dot com wins news time five forty two the temperature hit ninety one degrees.
"mikko" Discussed on Unchained
"Let's also talk about what you're seeing in terms of the clients that are coming to you white g you believe is the average crypto hedge fund managers understanding of security best practices well the early ones that came in are actually relatively good on their understanding but they don't have technology solutions combined with policies and procedures that they want and i think actually are aware of their own their own shortcomings in terms of the average hedge fund i would say actually really low i think these guys primarily have been dealing with different types of assets in the past and their job is around building fun that's their expertise certainly not security experts so pretty much all of the funds have been clamoring to find solution on in a lot of them have been coming to go do you see any kind of misconceptions or sort of outrageous i guess ideas around how to keep things occur where you feel like we'll whoa you know if you're going to be in charge of other people's money maybe you need to get this straight they're coming to us i feel pretty good i mean we're trying to provide that for them they shouldn't have to worry about all of these details on so they're looking for mikko to help help solve those problems when the challenges that i have had answer few times people get it sometimes they'll say hey you know we want to be able to make withdrawal and have the money to minutes later.
"mikko" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour
"Uh i got some shift from a listener um four uh talking about crystals last week that that email just said really paul crystals question mark at i'm not saying they were by the way i started eating ice cream after the second night shown um if they were doing anything uh they wore off uh there's a couple of different ways you can support the show if you feel so inclined um you can support us financially by making a onetime donation through pay pal uh or my favorite you can become a monthly donor through patriotic on for as little as a dollar a month you can become a donor in it uh with patriotic able to give you guys occasional bonus staff for little things from my life like right now there's it just i put up a team photo of my one of my hockey teams we won the championship of a week or so ago and does what with the team photo up there with just there some words about who the guys are and how long i've known him four and at cetera chatra um and then something i'm going to do um shortly this is so cool at least to me it is mikko had minimized something nation your life ball uh i is i've shared i moved and so i was still unpacking some stuff and i came across a journal that i had written in 2011 and i was like wait 2011 that's the year i started the podcast and i went back and i have journal entries of me wanting to start a podcast in what my thoughts are anz as i'm getting started doing it and uh there wasn't a ton of 'em put it was it was really cool and so that's something i think i'm gonna wa record uh four petri on uh subscribers uh.
"mikko" Discussed on Millennial Money
"Wrong kinds of food i'm really trying right now my birthday birthdays in july and trang right now to do kind of a low carb load sugar thing and i'm gonna have to admit to you is really hard to do because i love those things rate but i know they're not great for my performance but anyway you know a food i think the way are really related to money is you know when you're thinking about a meal or you thinking about a recipe right there are ingredients that you need to put together in order for the recipe to turn outright especially for talking about baking if there's any big years a baker's listening you know if you do not actually met you're the ingredients you're not going to have the amazing cake or you're not going to have that that desert the taste so amazing that everybody you know falls in love with in so you can get away with you know kind of guesstimate ing wen you're cooking lots of other things especially if you made it a few times peaking is like one of the specialties where you every single time you have to be super exacting and i think there are a lot of things like that and money right there are some things where you can just kind of gas you can kind of you know go okay well i did it this way last time so mikko put a little more this or a little bit more of that but then there are definitely some things when it comes to money where you need to be liked the baker and you need to be super exacting or exacting as you can be right everything is with kind of a grain of salt is always my message for for all you guys are listening pretty get the idea i mean i i just think it has some direct correlations and we can understand fu.
"mikko" Discussed on Yeah, But Still
"It's a lot of it's all like it's it's a it's all pop features yeah i'm doesn't have any uh i don't know what was move are looming on yeah yeah hours cancer talk like listing signs you don't we don't need a podcast words to white guys socking about me goes oh yeah a fucking one wideeyed anymore white mikko's is better than the beatles and then the other guy like air new goes miga's fucking slaves ya um who has the best bars yeah the earth where yeah there's been a lot of pitchfork articles r oh a bar rescue bar barrestaurant zaferi like running into the studio gonna get your bars up this is a real hip hop joe biden joe biden khidir the show uh i'm don void well no joe biden it would be like a freaky friday search oh how joe button would be our sq in then and john tafur the idaho beyond bar rescue okay yeah yeah yeah i got it i'm down for a pitcher too complex crazy rifts i'm feeling good yeah i'm feeling who had raised really enjoy gotta i gotta just not eat i got a nadi before every pot i got to come in cast up in folk in jazzed off that jazz off that fuck in espart esso so jazz of that espresso in zero food in me we should get back to being christmas elves though a you're trying to pay for the workers masovic to dress saint nick what about them alves trees make the yuletide gay that's what i'm trying to do.
"mikko" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Carol goals for it if it is putting mikko can weapon thin civilian home or you think tv nafta's human shields i personally and saw the the the yukos human shield and on the other had their targeting civilians centers in his vote with rockets and mortar dole yeah that's exactly that's exactly what they want to hurt his delia we got a couple of minutes left arnold's to us about your life since you've got out of the military have you done since should you've got out of active duty okay if i have very i have travelled out while i work i went back to colombia to work i have worked seen a in other countries such with co uk costa rica on hong kong and then i went back to saudi i you i was reading in tel aviv like studied scale i work the in many other galz doing my study and now i'm actually iraq uh councillor for students like me legs new immigrants tune in that concludes uh from other countries okay did you live in tel aviv are you mary no not yet so you're you're a young man out starting his life's pulse yeah post military i would say so i'm not so young anymore but i i do feel a that i'm young welcome i'm in my seventy so users to kill you here carlos up would when your home in israel it's just it's very much like any other civilized country matter of fact i was in israel about three years ago right now it's like being in america or england or france it it's a lovely civilized country with people who basically like each other isn't it the thing that we really want to show the world that the basic leaving israelis living up coexistence then and the nice people and on an an a very diverse society leaving in peace we we obviously do have problems with terrorism but that they could they is closely since it is indeed i have great respect for the nation of israel great respect for members of the idea of because i've been there i've watched him i've seen them i'm not going by.
"mikko" Discussed on Mohr Stories With Jay Mohr
"Live with article i've always wanted it because i keith and mikko out as keith right i guess nobody for um you know josh communist like if you go out usually just the guy goes on thing yeah i mean that banned isn't it's not in my back i mean it's bits my friends bannon i because i love the the tunes icon of i caught up helped push long a little bit like i played i was he showed me his songs and i was just i was upset that he and asked me to be involved and i was like taman so cool as i can and yet smothered drummer like playing on and i got as kind of jealous and then filings like you know maybe you want to draw missiles like yes absolutely you wouldn't just ask him no no no i was somewhat lemieux's on thing so i i flew to montreal after a tour to record drums for three days or two days and bang that record out and then mixed it what what are so songs that like average joe probably knows that you like a because as a comic ugo i would have written that event that sentence would have come out like you or i like the lottery balls when they pop up on the news at 7 yeah and like fuck it's in the whole time the just what i needed by the cars every time i hear it i think i wish i had written that song but not only that i think i could have written that song like the lou the caught the lyrical content the way it sounds woods delivered the whole time in eight us he wa wa wa wa speak to withholding the keyboard and want to make a bull while i nailed it so bad in little league eyeballs and we're back into the care that sounds like the the minneapolis shuffle that some if i had a dollar for a timer.
"mikko" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz
"Uh and there was a confectionary distort so dealing and primarily japanese bakery items that a 1993 are the founders are invented basically mode she ice cream which is a premium icecream surrounded by sweet rice style and that brand was under the mikko wire name and had had primarily traditional japanese flavors so people who try the product loved it by the awareness was very small so then in two thousand sixteen a century park capital private equity out of los angeles purchased company and they had this vision of taking a very ethnic a snack and really taking it to the masses by creating a brand new brand that the my mo mo she icecream brand and coming out with more traditional flavors that we know like strawberry chocolate cookies and cream and really targeting the millennial consumer something that had never happened before you mean rather than redbean paste paste or a green tea moti uh they wanna get more american i'm wondering where's the market for moti ice cream is it simply in the big cities or is there a greater acceptance of more a quote unquote ethnic foods in other places outside of the city's could great question let me start out with the market itself so moshi icecream falls under the frozen novelty category which is about a threebilliondollar category and that categories been flat to down slightly over the last couple of years mode ice cream is part of that category moji ice cream is the category within their that it has the most growth.
"mikko" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Market and instructed a guy who's well output dr privately pointed equity so anyway look at the risk for and when turkish change risk for the market but you know when circumstances dimarco uh basically as i've said free repeatedly bear market don't materialize david mikko conception dakota killer about fundamental reasons i go get get a five four we have a bear market really number one most prevalent that the stock market smells coming recession and declined in anticipation recession the economic numbers don't read recently in the united states they really slow growth twotwo the epa said we stomach delaration european doing better growing sixty eight percent compared to doing must be better global grow into other three percent we said doesn't seem to be the core kid okay number two is turns hostile style take the plunge of the punchbowl we have the fed moving extraordinarily slowly okay and present valuation level bradley or low interest rates but i i happen to agree with degrees bondra bubble but i believe he felt that way three or four opening on them blood desert region you have a significant correction it could become q four in its place placing very sloppy and you do i love the comment that joined temple can calling bull market of border pessimism that grown scepticism matured optimism minute guy and euphoria i see very little signs of euphoria four threes in the market significant political event but leon to sir john templeton and i guess is goes back to mr weinberg a your goldman sachs are you in the mood now the trees are growing to this guy recuperation echoed his scott number one we live in a global economy and tied in european interest rates as well as earlier in the great i think would i would.
"mikko" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Who wrote the report protruding belly mikko because robin hood earlier that boot who who can be could be overwhelmed grupo your backward more broken up a clunker oh the main road bureau who grew the program bill hogabog until you can uh your coat courier how many many but the urban cook up bucaram who are we right now they're cream mikko unquote aquarium in in in south korea be the new group were urban okay aimed at a bit out hundred of them it reported group who gruber who kroger bell and make up for all your oriented group luke koekoek broker unquote who who quit working resoring that's usa today foreign affairs reporter orrin durrell this portion of the program is brought to you by harry's are you travelling this summer will be sure to pack your harry shaver at enjoy the mornings on vacation i always bring mine along these my harry's travel case you've heard me talk about harry's for some time now and more and more people are switching over currently over three million guys and counting have made the switch to harry's be part of this trend harry's is so confident you'll love their blades they're giving you their trial set for free all you have to do is cover the cost of shipping get started with harry's today and get their trial set for free again from.
"mikko" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Where you don't have to rely totally all one the track revenues themselves you have other sources which was hold the whole thing financially stable that's my proposal now what about the way and where pair mikko race track is located are just going to abandon that neighborhood are you just going to leave it at vacant know there's a golden opportunity their golden opportunity what does that area need a lot more than they need a race track the race track doesn't create any real jobs for that neighborhood what this that neighborhood need that neighborhood needs jobs you're going to have a large portion open land and you put a free enterprise own in there you put a job zone in there you put texans so there's an tax breaks you have a huge parker available for businesses to come in and create jobs for that northwest area they need jobs that is what would work and that is my proposal in you will see in in the newspaper shortly because we're going to do a news conference on it next week so call me about that if you wan you call me about other stuff but you have some thoughts are ideas about it like to hear from you because it's going to be a big deal we're going to have to make some decisions you know we have to ask the question is this the last practice coming up is this the last great this the final pregnant here's bob and parred well bob good evening that it in first of the st came on pro i almost think cool sports i can not with the same our do that you have current than put but you passion poised to be pained yeah right right there's people that are you all they get per from that's a good idea but so is forces gracious right close that a long time most recently horse racing and baseball at least twenty thirty forty and fifty that that with the big free was the only thing yeah i along you look at you will get racing welcome back and again it's call the boxing has turned to the boxing still there but they had this brutal martial arts and like i said horrible each of people talk about regret blocking professional pretty huge huge evasive and so forth but this this this this well i don't go to a new contract that question.
"mikko" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"I do a books is online out of be sitting there and i'm reading the wall street journal saturday to get a review books and they're does a book that sounds interesting to me well okay it's little typically happen he's instead of alright mikko over to whatever the book story is and try to see if they have this in stock no i just going amazon not put in the tide of a book it comes up you order it and it's your house in today's and and that's it and that that just it's not that i don't i'm not in favor supporting local businesses the stuff it's just it's easier for him and maybe i'm just lacy plus you know you got to get a pretty decent price by doing that for the that's right that's fine if this fired his go feared big trouble yeah players all that and that is floaters jeff approach and they just five someplace else from right off the bat well it kind of it right gigs okay right you know i think in it and i think it is moving i think it's mood for you have a lot of people who are that man you've got you know from an economic inequality perspective you've got the places like cost goes that are doing extremely extremely well it just tastes are changing but i had fascinated by this topic to the story just because if you think back really not that long ago mean siers was the type of thing if you were running shopping ball you wanted to have a siers score there because that would attract people and then people would come in this year's and and they go to the food courts and then go to the specially shots now it's like okay i'm some of these big by some of these these major retailers i'm not only are they not necessarily a draw but they might not be the best use of space how time to change eleven twenty four jeff rector six twenty to the tea.
"mikko" Discussed on WNRP 1620
"But but it it happens happens a a lot lot and and mikko mikko when when you're you're going going issues issues around around security security end end and and things things like like that that that that are are really really really really critical critical on on in in al al era era we've we've been been out out of of promoting promoting here here now now and and we we got got doctors doctors patient patient all all over over the the country country using using the the app app and and an an end end is is really really loving loving unbeaten unbeaten in in the the convenience convenience their their provide provide clicking clicking and and the the quality quality of of airman airman doctors doctors can can men men demise is out of customers hands and into the laboratories quickly as possible pairing interesting are will we've run of time for the sour it was another our pop take radio coming up you just afternoons his after trading.